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Member since Jan-29-11 · Last seen Sep-07-12
Just another patzer...

   beckerqueiroz has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Sep-07-12 Ding Liren vs Onischuk, 2012 (replies)
beckerqueiroz: me to play, even though I'm not much good at rook endings, it would seem to me that Black's position is already a bit complicated. If 55...fxg5 56.Rd6+ and next hxg5 (if 56...Kf5 57.Rd5+) and the two connected pawns are very strong, while the solitary h-pawn is doomed.
   Jan-26-12 Fedorov vs V Yemelin, 1996
beckerqueiroz: All I can say is: Fedorov has the guts.
   Jan-25-12 J Gallagher vs A H Wohl, 1992
beckerqueiroz: I love the way Gallagher showed us the other side of the KG, namely playing for an endgame advantage, which he does so often with great successes. I hope he will be back into active play sometime soon, bringing us more of his beautiful KG games.
   Jan-04-12 Karjakin vs Gelfand, 2011
beckerqueiroz: Although this is a blindfold game, it's worth noticing that Gelfand had played the same position against Gashimov and to 12.Ng5 had responded 12...Nxc4. Then in the 2010 Tal Memorial he lost against Karjakin, who played 11.Kb1 instead of 11.c4. Still in the Tal, a few rounds ...
   Mar-15-11 V Fedoseev vs Kasimdzhanov, 2011
beckerqueiroz: Pretty feeble game, really! But by the way, Shams, 3.d4 is a good way of going for tactical complications in the Petroff, but certainly playing 6.Ng4 is not the best. It would be good to play 6.Nxd7 or 6.O-O or even the agressive 6.Nc3, but 6.Ng4 of all options? Not worth ...
   Jan-29-11 B Vega Gutierrez vs A M Pereira, 2010
beckerqueiroz: Seems White is winning if played be 24.Rh5! instead of the text move and obviously if 24...gxh5 25.Qf5 and black can't escape mate. White went on to build a strong attack and threw it all away missing the point for a little pawn...
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