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inmate5
Member since Aug-26-11 · Last seen Sep-19-17
I live in Norway. I am a house, garden and kitchen player, and occasionally play a serious game. I have many favorite players, including Magnus, Levon, Garry, Vassily (Ivanchuk) and Alexander (Grischuk). For an amateur I am quite hard to beat. I am not an inmate, have never been one and hope not to become one.

   inmate5 has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-23-14 J Becerra Rivero vs J Sarkar, 2006 (replies)
 
inmate5: Hi <Viennablue>, nice to see your post, I was looking at exactly the same thing. For example: 18.Rxe6+ Kf7 19. Rxf6+ Kxf6 20. Qd4+ Qe5 21.Bc3 Qxd4 22. Bxd4+ Kg6 23. Bxh8 Bf5 24. Bd4 Rc8 and i.m.o. white has good chances to win, but it is not yet over.
 
   Nov-15-13 Deep Fritz vs Deep Junior, 2001 (replies)
 
inmate5: "Stairway to heaven" maybe?
 
   Oct-25-13 Keene vs C Micheli, 1973
 
inmate5: Monte Carlo
 
   Oct-20-13 Boris Shipov vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1963 (replies)
 
inmate5: Nice, Once! Congratulations!
 
   Oct-11-13 A Kashlinskaya vs V Gunina, 2013
 
inmate5: < chessguru1: i think 48.Qf7 with the threat 49.Qg8 or Rg8 wins... > < Gilmoy: 48.Qf7 Qc1+ 49.Kh2 Qf1 and White has no time for a quiet move. > But then (from your diagram) white wins after 50.g5+ Bxg5 51.Rh7++ (or also after 50.Rh7+ Kg5 51. Rxh4) However, after ...
 
   Sep-03-13 Karpov Poikovsky (2013) (replies)
 
inmate5: <Nezhmetdinov> The big winner is not yet a grandmaster as he was first again.
 
   Aug-08-13 Brunello vs I Cheparinov, 2013
 
inmate5: 45... ♗xf7 46. ♗xf7(!) a2 47. e6(!)
 
   Aug-07-13 Illescas Cordoba vs Rachels, 1987 (replies)
 
inmate5: Black could have played 27...Rd2 as a last try.
 
   Jul-23-13 Capablanca vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1913 (replies)
 
inmate5: <erniecohen: Both Capablanca and Burgess got this one wrong. After 35. ♕d4 ♕e2 36. ♕xd3 ♖b2+ 37. ♔c1 ♖d8 38. ♕xe2 ♖xe2 it is Black who has a probable win; he is up an exchange for a pawn, has a ♖ on the 7th rank, and the d7 ...
 
   Jul-20-13 B Pietrusiak vs Velimirovic, 1964 (replies)
 
inmate5: <morfishine: 22.Rh2 looks to be a better defense> That doesn't help either: 22...Bh3+ 23. Rxh3 Qf2++
 
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