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Member since Dec-07-08 · Last seen Mar-13-16
In real life, I'm rated 1396. On the Free Internet Chess Server, where I go by "surreyite", I'm rated about 1650. My favourite player is Yasser Seirawan. It is my lifelong dream to win with a sweet queen sac. It is my lifelong dream to LOSE to a sweet queen sac.
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   eightbyeight has kibitzed 168 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-10-13 B Kovanova vs M Socko, 2008
eightbyeight: Two queens versus a queen and two rooks? You don't see that every day. I'd like to see some other combinations of two queens versus a queen and material equivalence of a queen (such as queen and three minor pieces versus two queens).
   Aug-12-13 F de Castellvi vs N Vinyoles, 1475 (replies)
eightbyeight: I propose that for the first tournament game played in 2475, in honour of 1000 years of recorded chess, the players be required to play the Scandinavian defense.
   Aug-12-13 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
eightbyeight: If anyone's interested, I've just put together a number of freely licensed tools for infinitely scalable chess diagrams. I hope you'll find it useful.
   Jul-31-13 E Delmar vs P Driver, 1908
eightbyeight: Black should be convicted of dangerous Driving causing death (his own).
   Sep-17-12 E C Foot vs Steinitz, 1893 (replies)
eightbyeight: <kevin86> White was a she.
   May-20-12 chessforum (replies)
eightbyeight: Just like the current speech bubble for kibitzing and pencil for annotations, there should be some kind of icon that indicates a game is playable with Guess-the-Move.
   May-17-12 A Granero Roca vs J A Hernando Rodrigo, 2001
eightbyeight: Black wins back a pawn and has good drawing chances with 34 ... Rxb5, when White cannot recapture because of the back rank mate.
   Apr-17-12 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
eightbyeight: In your most recent addition to your puzzle-of-the-day collection, you have misspelled "April" as "Apirl". Please corrcet this. (Irony intended.)
   Apr-08-12 R Hughes vs A Stolarczyk, 2006 (replies)
eightbyeight: At move 42, White is vulnerable both on the back rank and the long diagonal. He could play 42. Be2 Rc2 43. Re1 (otherwise his rooks are forked) but I can't see anything after that.
   Mar-27-12 G Bishop vs A G Hagen, 2009
eightbyeight: I'm aware the king is exposed. That was sarcasm.
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