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Member since Aug-11-12 · Last seen May-24-15
I am an older 1800 player, back to the game after years of abstinence. I am from the Netherlands.
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   Tullius has kibitzed 63 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-21-15 Joseph Henry Blackburne (replies)
Tullius: If you want to see a few pictures of Mr Blackburne's grave in Ladywell Cemetery you can find them here: http://streathambrixtonchess.blogsp... I hope it works. I think his grave is in a terrible state and something should be done about it.
   May-16-15 Y Yu vs L Bruzon Batista, 2015
Tullius: Looking at the position again I think that <Mating Net> was right after all. It seems to be a simple matter of reversing the move order: first Rc4 and then f4 instead of what was played. Now White has no perpetual because his Rook is behind his Queen. I tried everything I ...
   May-16-15 A Matanovic vs Sax, 1978 (replies)
Tullius: He probably meant 35.Rxg2. I see that this is your first post; I wish you a pleasant time here.
   May-06-15 Schlechter vs Tarrasch, 1900 (replies)
Tullius: After 25...h6 Black loses his Queen: 26.Rxh6+ Kg7 27.Rh7+ Bxh7 28.Qxh7+ Kxf6 29.e5+ followed by 30.Qxc2.
   May-03-15 S Kjellander vs E Secchi, 1959
Tullius: <Benzol> I suppose Black knew what he was doing when he played 24...Rec8; he must have taken 25.Bf1 into account. By doing so he takes a risk and creates an imbalance that makes the position difficult to assess. In the end the Rooks prove stronger than the Queen, but who can ...
   Apr-30-15 E Formanek vs M Sisniega, 1976
Tullius: Time trouble would also explain why Formanek did not play 38.Rxb7.
   Apr-28-15 M Simmons vs R Fesalbon, 2004
Tullius: 24...Nd4 threatens Nf3+, winning the Queen. In the end, however, Black gets a taste of his own medicine.
   Apr-18-15 Tukmakov vs N Rashkovsky, 1966 (replies)
Tullius: I think the score should be 29.Qd1 instead of 29.Rd1.
   Apr-18-15 A Pinkus vs R Durkin, 1941 (replies)
Tullius: I don't see a forced mate, but White is winning anyway. After 25...Kg8 26.Nxc5 Black cannot recapture because his Rook is also hanging. After 26...Re8 27.Nxe4 Rxe4 Black has only two minor pieces for the Queen and is four pawns down.
   Apr-10-15 Bisguier vs W Adams, 1950 (replies)
Tullius: 33...Rh8 looks suspicious; it does not seem to serve any purpose, so maybe the score is wrong here. It would make much more sense if 33...Ra8 was played instead; this would explain why 37.Re8 did not happen. Of course this is mere speculation, but something must be wrong here. Maybe
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