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Member since Mar-07-04
My favorite players are Vishy and Fischer. I haven't been playing chess seriously for long, just since November 2003, but I take lessons from Larry Kaufman and really enjoy the game. And I am also Vischer on ICC.
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   Vischer has kibitzed 323 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-16-05 Taylor vs K Dreyer, 1934 (replies)
Vischer: Ah I guess it doesn't matter because 6.Ng5 just wins immediately
   Dec-11-04 D Barua vs Gulko, 1993 (replies)
Vischer: hehe I was going to sac the wrong COLORED piece; didn't even notice it was black to play and win.
   Nov-25-04 Russian Championship Superfinal (2004) (replies)
Vischer: in all the names endingin -eev like Bareev, Dreev, Timofeev, is it pronounced "eve" or is it pronounced "EH-ev"?
   Nov-21-04 S Savchenko vs Smagin, 1992 (replies)
Vischer: <> <this particular puzzle was taken from a collection of tactics specially chosen to confound computers> That sounds interesting; I don't know exactly how one makes a puzzle specially to confound computers but it might be fun to see the puzzles, and also ...
   Oct-22-04 Gulko vs A Volovich, 1968 (replies)
Vischer: Interesting line is 25...♔f8 26.♘g5 ♕c6 27.♘xh7+ ♔xf7 28.♕e6+ ♔e8 29.♕xe7+! ♗xe7 30.♖xe7+ ♔d8 31.♖xb7+ etc.
   Sep-28-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
Vischer: GO LEKO!
   Sep-25-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
Vischer: I think 36.Rc1 would have led to a different result. I was sure Leko could At LEAST draw this! BOO 0-1!
   Sep-17-04 Ganguly vs Harikrishna, 2004
Vischer: 5...Bd6 isn't a horrible move, it is the stoneware defense and is similar to 4...Bd6 in the four knights or 4...Bd6 in the larsen. Black continues with 0-0, Re8, and Bf8 getting the good setup of ♔♗♖
   Aug-28-04 Anand vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
Vischer: <If you are playing against an opponent who opens 1.e4, the best winning chances seem to be in the sicilian defense. While white has a "ready made attack" as <NM Larry Kauffman> describes in his magnificent book "The chess advantage in black and white," he suggests that ...
   Aug-13-04 C Crouch vs Kindermann, 1978 (replies)
Vischer: Why doesn't 5.Be2 just outright refute the latvian gambit?
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