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Member since May-01-04 · Last seen Nov-30-16
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   bernardchinshin has kibitzed 92 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-29-16 Fine vs Lasker, 1936 (replies)
bernardchinshin: "ArturoRivera: at move 14, Kh7 stills drops a piece." After 14...Kh7 15. e5 Bxf3.
   Oct-24-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
bernardchinshin: 22.g3 is not a silly move. It prepares for f5 and then Rxf5 if black plays exf5. Earlier, without g3, 21. f5 exf5 22Rxf5 would have lost to 22...Rd2
   May-16-07 Mtel Masters (2007) (replies)
bernardchinshin: In Mateo's analysis, White does not have to play 50.hxg4 but can play Kxb4.
   Mar-20-07 16th Amber Tournament (Blindfold) (2007) (replies)
bernardchinshin: I am very glad to see that Kramnik is playing so well. Maybe he is getting ready to play more enterprisingly for the defence of his title. He may prove to be an exciting champion that all chess fans want after all.
   Feb-22-07 Morelia-Linares (2007) (replies)
bernardchinshin: Topalov just resigned. This means Carlsen is in the lead.
   Dec-19-06 Kasparov vs A Queiroz, 2004 (replies)
bernardchinshin: <jtd200>. 23. Bxh6 is not a win. 23...gxh6 24. Qxh6 Qh7
   Nov-27-06 Tukmakov vs Sosonko, 1974 (replies)
bernardchinshin: What happens if 17...hxg4?
   Nov-22-06 H Tikkanen vs M Ouakhir, 2005 (replies)
bernardchinshin: Why did this game end in a draw? Is it not a win for White?
   Nov-15-06 M Konopka vs J Michalek, 2001 (replies)
bernardchinshin: <blz777:> According to most chess trainers, the best way is to solve the puzzles just by looking at the diagram. By doing so, you train and improve your visualisation and calculation skills. Remember at the chess board, you cannot move the pieces when calculating. ...
   Nov-06-06 Shirov vs Mamedyarov, 2006 (replies)
bernardchinshin: What happens if 20...Nxe5?
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