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dernier thylacine
Member since Jan-03-14 · Last seen Sep-26-18
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   dernier thylacine has kibitzed 92 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-26-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
dernier thylacine: The situation will be more pleasant in the last game for Carlsen than for his opponent; and if draw again in game twelve, I think Carlsen will still keep the better chances for the end of the match..
   Nov-24-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
dernier thylacine: Is it not won for White by playing 52.Rb1?... Anyway, defending now seems to become very difficult for Black...
   Nov-20-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
dernier thylacine: Sorry about the spelling mistakes ("Second", not "secund", and so...) But I guess bad english is still better than good french, here, lol...
   Oct-25-16 Blackburne vs Lipke, 1898
dernier thylacine: Even a move later, 58...Bf6 instead of 58..Kc7?, preventing endless chess would still be enough to win for Black; other reasonable try: simply 58..Qxc2 and if 59.Qb7+ Kd6 60.Cxf5+ Kc5 ...
   Oct-09-14 H Czarnowski vs G Neumann, 1867 (replies)
dernier thylacine: Its seems to me that Czarnowski could still win a wonderful endgame by 67.Ng6!! instead of the miscalculation of 67.Ne6? (the trap was too easy to see for a very strong master like Neumann), but I have still to check all the possibilities...
   Oct-08-14 A J Goldsby (replies)
dernier thylacine: I am just an "amateur" and I do not know the competition chess community, but I am very happy that exists at least and at last a good and complete book about the La Bourdonnais -Mc Donnell encounters, the one of Cary Utterberg of course; and as Utterberg included ...
   Oct-08-14 La Bourdonnais vs McDonnell, 1834 (replies)
dernier thylacine: About the annotations of Morphy: they show mostly an unbelievable accuracy; the variants he considers are almost always confirmed by the strongest computers, like the ones of Fischer; we cannot say the same about Alekhine for example: his analytical stuff is generally very
   Oct-07-14 Steinitz vs Maroczy, 1899 (replies)
dernier thylacine: SORRY: it seems I was wrong; after a deeper analysis, it's like Steinitz could not force the win after 53.h6, for example 53...Rd7 54.Kh5 Rb7 55.Ra6+ Kf7! and it looks unclear (but not 55...Kf5?? 56.Rg6! and Black would be lost).
   Oct-05-14 Keres vs Geller, 1962 (replies)
dernier thylacine: OFFRAMP: I could not understand what you do not or do not want to understand. For me, even I am a Frenchman whose english is poor, it did not need three minutes before I undestood the com. of EdZelli. So what? Again a mental pyramid for you?
   Sep-27-14 Staunton vs Horwitz, 1846 (replies)
dernier thylacine: What a pity, ELROCH! Because Horwitz was specially famous for his endgames technique, so he could create one of his jewels here, but lost this opportunity!!
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