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Member since Jan-14-04 · Last seen Aug-10-06
amateur, hope humans beat computers soon
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   kashparov72c5 has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-05-05 Topalov vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
kashparov72c5: I see good prospects for white with Ke2 and Rd2 toget the d pawn...
   Aug-06-05 Petrosian vs J H Donner, 1966 (replies)
kashparov72c5: Now on 55...Rd7 there would follow 56 Qe4 Re7 57 Rf8+ Kc7 58 Qa8.
   Aug-06-05 Fischer vs H Seidman, 1956 (replies)
kashparov72c5: I have a book that says blacks 37th move was actually Rd1?
   Aug-06-05 S Belavenets vs Bronstein, 1941 (replies)
kashparov72c5: the more "solid" 23. nf4 allows nxf4 24. exf4 (24. gxf4 Bh3!) nh3ch 25. kg2(25. kf1 e3) Bf3ch 26. nxf3 exf3ch 27. kf1 Qd3ch wins.
   Feb-27-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
kashparov72c5: adams +1 vallejo = topalov=1
   Feb-01-05 Anatoly Lein (replies)
kashparov72c5: I got to be around GM anatoly Lein recently at the North american open in las vegas , it was cool, because i didnt know he had such a chess history and he was sitting there watching us lowly b class players play blitz skittles, he also has a good sense of humor.
   Mar-31-04 Grischuk vs Z Zhang, 2004 (replies)
kashparov72c5: No Draw with opposite colored bishops! yes that is what i like to see. By the way Great observation of the queen bishops long wait to come out...
   Mar-28-04 M Gurevich vs Short, 1990 (replies)
kashparov72c5: oh the game was actually reached by transposition opened the game with d4 then e6 then e4 and so on, maybe that will help you find it.I have a book with this game in it and that is how the game is notated...
   Mar-28-04 Adams vs Epishin, 1992 (replies)
kashparov72c5: Does anybody know the continuation?
   Mar-24-04 Fischer vs M Christoph, 1970 (replies)
kashparov72c5: this was a simul right, i must say it is strange to watch fischer lose at some such a oint in his career. Couldn't white keep checking blacks king?
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