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Member since Oct-18-04 · Last seen Sep-12-06
Just a guy who likes chess, but is pretty amateurish.

   blunderqueenagain has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-30-06 S Kuemin vs R Staechelin, 2005 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: I got it! I got a Thursday puzzle! And quite quickly, too, once I saw the bishop on b2. I know, I know... easy for all you experts, but it's something for a patzer like me.
   Jul-29-05 J Nikolac vs Timman, 1979 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: Incredible! This is the first time I've actually solved a Friday puzzle! Perhaps I was helped by the small number of moves available to black. However, I'm not sure I'd have had the courage to actually play the right move in a real game. I mean, what if I'd missed ...
   Jun-21-05 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: Humans are not allowed to consult books in the middle of chess games, but they are allowed to bring their memory of various openings and tactics, and to use it. So it makes sense that computers be allowed to use their own memory to consider openings. The fact that they ...
   Apr-12-05 Petrosian vs R Cardoso, 1958 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: <Ericsupreme> 33. Nf4 is met with Qxg5, a win for black.
   Feb-24-05 J Costa vs Polgar, 1987 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: O how glorious! 23. Kc1 Nb3# Not only does the knight deliver mate, it forks king, queen, and rook in the same move! Now that must be the most beautiful finish I've ever seen! I'm in awe that this actually happened in a real game!
   Jan-27-05 D Rivera vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: <amdocs> After Ra1, black plays Qxc3.
   Jan-04-05 A Harju vs M Liimatta, 1986 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: <CFC rating> After 20. Ke1, black plays 20 ... Ne3 and the knight escapes, so black is still up a rook.
   Dec-29-04 E Delmar vs NN, 1898 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: Gah! I can't believe I missed this one. I was doing OK this week, but today I couldn't find the second move. I knew I wanted to 1) execute a double check against the king, and 2) get the knight to end up on h6, but for some reason all I looked at were 19. Nxg4 and 19. Ng6,
   Dec-08-04 S Williams vs A H Wohl, 2003 (replies)
blunderqueenagain: <CHEG> Yep, looks as if that effectively stops the Bf5 line. Thanks for the info. Ah well, I really don't successfully solve the Wednesday puzzles that often. Monday and Tuesday, maybe, but I've got a ways to go before I can get the more advanced ones. ...
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