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Member since Jul-21-04 · Last seen Nov-19-06
Chess amateur from Romania, trying to help with the matches database

   cracky90 has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-24-06 Turin Olympiad (2006) (replies)
cracky90: Vajda won on table 4 in Romania - Estonia. Also Nevednichy drew with black in a complex position; with the first two boards looking good, i expect at least 3-1 for Romania in the end. Go Dieter and Andrei!
   May-16-06 Bosna Sarajevo Tournament (2006) (replies)
cracky90: On Sonneborn, Nisipeanu wins by 0.25. At least, that's how a friend calculated it for me.
   Apr-20-06 Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu (replies)
cracky90: This is going to be a very interesting double-round robin. I expect Nisipeanu to try and avenge a loss to Saskiran. Good solid players all of them. I am a little afraid of Carlsen, he improves very fast!
   Apr-08-06 Nisipeanu vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
cracky90: Burgas37, i dont think the organisers dont show Topalov won already. And by the way, isn't it Burgas a city in Bulgaria? :rolleyes:
   Apr-07-06 Topalov vs Nisipeanu, 2006 (replies)
cracky90: Transilvania was never part of Hungary, until they took it by force. Dacian people lived there, and as well as on the rest of the Romanian territory. How could you claim that Romanians took it from Transilvania, as long as Hungary was part of an empire that conquered people, and ...
   Apr-06-06 Nisipeanu vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
cracky90: Can someone check e6? I'm at work and with no chess tools around :)
   Dec-25-05 Anand vs Nisipeanu, 2004 (replies)
cracky90: Even tho' i like Nisipeanu's style very much, I can't just understand his employ of the Philidor. His record is bad with this defence as Black. *shrug*
   Nov-24-05 Caro-Kann Defense (B12) (replies)
cracky90: I have a quick question: does the Advance Variation of the Caro Kann 1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.e5 is passive for white, or very agressive? It seems that some two grandmasters can't agree on this (apparently) simple fact.
   Nov-24-05 Capablanca vs R T Black, 1916 (replies)
cracky90: Great queen hunt by Capablanca and a stunning display of technique in the ensuing Queen and Knight versus Rook, Bishop and 2 pawns. This game, and particulary the ending, is annotated in Irving Chernev's "Capablanca's Best Endings".
   Nov-21-05 Gheorghiu vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
cracky90: Nice sacrifice by Gheorghiu at move 45 to draw the game. Gheorghiu said in his book that the move was a major surprise for the audience and GM comentators alike. Also, from move 54 to the finish, Gheorghiu doesn't even bother stoping the black pawn, because it was a drawn ending.
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