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Member since Dec-04-06 · Last seen Aug-26-21
Just a fan, with 25 years without playing

   Sololoy has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-28-18 US Championship (Women) (2018) (replies)
Sololoy: There are few situations that make me overcome my shyness in writing in a foreign language... All my support to Nazi Paikidze. I didn't know about her... Besides her beauty and chess ability, she happens to have more stamina than many men around. Congratulations Nazi!
   Feb-26-18 A Esipenko vs J Salomon, 2018 (replies)
Sololoy: Because it follows 25 ... Qh1+ 26 bxh1 rxb++
   Jan-05-15 I A Zaitsev vs Y Sakharov, 1969 (replies)
Sololoy: joupajou: Nd5 is good enough, 'cause it gets a minor piece anyway!
   Oct-28-12 Unzicker vs Uhlmann, 1962 (replies)
Sololoy: Maybe the last chance for white was 27 Qf5+ and Qxf5, 28 Nxf5 and Black can't go with Nxe1 because of 29 Ne7+ and 30 Ng8
   Apr-08-11 Motylev vs A Iljushin, 2000 (replies)
Sololoy: The winning move 38 Bh7+ could have been done earlier: 34 Bh7+. Sometimes good players do not have all the variations in mind and they go constructing them as they play.
   Dec-17-10 K Hulak vs Barlov, 1987 (replies)
Sololoy: Following the game with exchange of rocks until move 30, the line should be: 31 Qd6 (heading for e7 and mate on the 7th row) a).- 31 .. Qc6 then 32 Qxb8+ and so on b).- 31 .. Qf8 then 32 Qxe6+ Kh8 33 Qe5+ Kg8 34 Kxg2 leads to the position given by <gofer> but ...
   Oct-29-10 A Miatello vs G Gaehwiler, 2010 (replies)
Sololoy: "<Once>: upon a time, in a land forever at war, there was a king who hid behind a wall." I really disfruted reading your post. I could imagine how much you must enjoy writing. It is nice. Hope you go on writing like that from time to time.
   Feb-13-10 K V Shantharam vs Kaidanov, 1991 (replies)
Sololoy: I saw 30 Rxc5 treating Rh5#; if 30... Bxc5 then 31 Qxf6 leads to mate. I could not follow other blocking pawn's moves, like 30... e5 or f5. Rxc6 followed by Qxe7 is unclear to me...
   Feb-04-10 J Tisdall vs P Lyrberg, 1994 (replies)
Sololoy: It seems that black missed a mate in 1 many times, but the correct moves around move 30 should be: 30 Bf1 (preventing # on g2) Ne6 (defending the rook) 31 Bc3 (keeping the bishop) until move 36 where the lsb goes from f1 to d3 (not from c4 to d3)
   Dec-14-09 Gligoric vs Matulovic, 1967 (replies)
Sololoy: After 40 Bxe6+ Ke7, Gligoric missed a mate in 3: 41 Bg8+ (the bishop covers f7) Kd1 42 Qg5+ Rf6 and 43 Qxf6#
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