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Member since Nov-25-08 · Last seen Sep-16-12
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   TheChessGuy has kibitzed 250 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-09-11 Kasparov vs Gavrikov, 1981 (replies)
TheChessGuy: For once I reached the same conclusion as Gazza. Very neat game from his first win of the Soviet championship in Frunze, Kyrgyz SSR during 1981.
   Dec-08-11 Alekhine vs R L Bornholz, 1929 (replies)
TheChessGuy: Moral of the story: when playing Alekhin between about 1925 and 1932 don't accept material!
   Dec-06-11 Keres vs Botvinnik, 1948 (replies)
TheChessGuy: Botvinnik was renowned for his 'austerity' of character [rimshot] .
   Nov-15-11 Korchnoi vs Geller, 1971 (replies)
TheChessGuy: Geller might very well have lost on time.
   Jun-27-11 Sasikiran vs Y Hou, 2011 (replies)
TheChessGuy: The final position is a zugzwang for Black. She loses in all variations and this is why: her king on f8 lost the opposition and can't impede the progress of White's passed pawn. The only legal move for the king is to go to g7, to which Sasi would reply 67.e7, forcing the loss of
   Jun-27-11 Z Andriasian vs M Litwiniec, 2010 (replies)
TheChessGuy: <Domdaniel> It looks Polish to me as well. If that is so, then her first name would be spelled Mirosława (it uses l kreska, ł, /w/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet), pronounced Mee-row-swava. Knowing that the West Slavic languages use the letter "c" to ...
   Jun-22-11 Topalov vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
TheChessGuy: Damiano's Mate, a most aesthetically pleasing combination.
   May-25-11 Gelfand vs Grischuk, 2011 (replies)
TheChessGuy: מזל טוב, בוריס אברמובי&- #1509;
   May-12-11 Denker vs H Avram, 1940 (replies)
TheChessGuy: Here's the really neat thing: Denker found all of this in a blitz game.
   May-09-11 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1991 (replies)
TheChessGuy: The pun refers to a documentary film about the Rumble in the Jungle, the legendary title fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Kinshasa in 1974. One of the best movies about boxing I've ever seen; any fan of the Sweet Science should check it out.
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