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Member since Mar-25-06 · Last seen May-24-08
26/M/AZ, USA.

   TurtleKaze has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-08 Bagirov vs Ehlvest, 1988 (replies)
TurtleKaze: I don't even see how black loses a pawn (with white concerned with back-rank issues after 34... exf3) The pawn at f5 cannot be taken the following move by either Q or R without either losing material or being mated. The same is true after 35. Rxd8 Rxd8 36. Rxd8 Qxd8 (except white
   May-07-08 Hecht vs C B van den Berg, 1963
TurtleKaze: Nice catch, it would be easy for a recorder to make that error. I thought I was crazy for a minute.
   Mar-27-08 S Haslinger vs A Jaunouby, 2008 (replies)
TurtleKaze: Thanks Guguni, I felt that something was about to give... Just couldn't see what.
   Feb-18-08 Humburg vs W Mandel, 1965 (replies)
TurtleKaze: No... taking the b3 Bishop loses too. Just not as spectacularly.
   Feb-18-08 Rubinstein vs NN, 1902 (replies)
TurtleKaze: 13. Qh6 ...Nf5 14. Bxf5 would win faster. This guy's just showing off!
   Feb-17-08 Topalov vs Ivanchuk, 2008 (replies)
TurtleKaze: What a great game... Probably not gonna end in a draw.
   Feb-16-08 G Horvath vs Kupreichik, 1992 (replies)
TurtleKaze: Wow zooter, didn't see 41. Qh8! after ...Qe2. Good find.
   Apr-30-06 G A Popov vs P Angelov, 1960 (replies)
TurtleKaze: I saw up to move 30 in the text, but wow... I just stared after 31. Rd7 and couldn't find white's answer to 31... Bxd7 for the longest time. Great puzzle, same technique but more clever than a smothered mate.
   Apr-13-06 Morphy vs NN, 1857 (replies)
TurtleKaze: Where are the games where the NN beats an overly cocky GM? If I've learned anything from chess, it's to never underestimate your opponent.
   Apr-09-06 Khalifman vs Ermenkov, 1994 (replies)
TurtleKaze: Black's 26...Qb8 was a completely wasted move, and (I think) the Queen is better placed on d8 anyway. 26...c4, with the plan of getting the d-pawn to d4 ASAP looks like it might win, and in the very least, is the best stalling move... If white replies with an immediate b6, it can
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