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Member since Jun-17-05 · Last seen Jan-20-22
I like to play Chess960 especially, and have an information site about it here:

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   drleper has kibitzed 268 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-21 Zhou Jianchao vs Yu Yangyi, 2021 (replies)
drleper: Hmm, why are you posting reams of computer analysis at different moves and depths!?
   Jul-30-21 Carlsen vs S Martinovic, 2021
drleper: <keypusher: <Jamboree> SF14 thinks you're absolutely right about moves 59 and 63. Thanks for sharing this amazing ending!> Since there's only 7 pieces left this one is tablebase solved, and Jamboree's analysis is correct, incredible ending. The only wrong step I found ...
   Dec-07-20 M Z Ali vs B Westin, 1987 (replies)
drleper: 7...h6 putting the question to the knight.
   Oct-31-20 R Nezhmetdinov vs G Ilivitsky, 1947 (replies)
drleper: Incredible game.
   Oct-30-20 Morphy vs J Schulten, 1857 (replies)
drleper: I'd always seen it online as Alekhine, something like: <To beat me you have to do it three times – once in the opening, once in the middlegame, and once in the endgame.>
   Oct-30-20 Nakamura vs Lenderman, 2020
drleper: I see white spent some time making patterns with the rook.
   Oct-08-20 Gelfand vs Kramnik, 1994
drleper: Kramnik mentioned this game during the round 3 commentary for Norway Chess 2020, when Judit asked about "painful lessons" (this game was an example). He mixed up the move order and just lost a pawn by accident on move 5. Discussion is here:
   Nov-22-19 Grischuk vs Duda, 2019
drleper: Would have been nice to see 45.Rxd3+ cxd3+ 46.Kxd3, and black is totally busted: [DIAGRAM] The bishop watches the b pawn, and the king can wind towards the h file for the wing pawn. Nothing much for black to do.
   Nov-25-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
drleper: <The reason I think was psychological. Tal knew it was preparation. He feared though that if he played the expected move he would be "cooperating" with Larsen (his Nd7 is just playable and typically dubious move by Larsen). In any case he refused the opportunity to be ...
   Nov-12-18 M de Jong vs V Akotchik, 2008 (replies)
drleper: <lost in space> It's not quite mate there, black has a couple of useless delaying moves -> 42.e7+ Rd5 43.Bxd5+ Qf7 44. e8=R#
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