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master of defence
Member since Apr-09-11 · Last seen Aug-10-18
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   master of defence has kibitzed 830 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-24-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
master of defence: Final result: 1-0 Too bad Karjakin, you had a draw in your hands since move 20, but had to screw it up badly like this. 56...Nh6 was the right choice according to engines.
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
master of defence: For everyone wondering about 33.Ba4, read Eyal's comment above. He did reasonably okay explaining it. And I suppose the purpose of 33.Qc2 was to rule out ...Qf5, when Ba4 is a real threat. Too bad 33...Rb4 looks like an easy equalizer for Black.
   Sep-20-16 S Factor vs N Whitaker, 1929 (replies)
master of defence: Nice game full of positional sacrifices by White. But as they say, "The one who blunders last is to blame", in this case, he missed a clear win in the end with 29.d7+! Qxd7 30.Qe1+ Kf8 31.Qxb4+ Ke8 32.Qb8+ Ke7 33.c8=Q.
   Nov-14-14 Helmer vs J Krejcik, 1917 (replies)
master of defence: Nice game, I wonder if the 5...Nxh2!? sac is sound at all, i.e, had White missed a chance to win the game with his piece up? P.S: Black missed a faster mate with 15...Nd4+ 16.Kc1(16.Kc3 Qxc4#) Qf1+ 17.Be1 Qxe1#.
   Nov-11-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
master of defence: 34.Rc1 1-0 by timeout. LOL! ;-)
   Nov-09-14 David Moody (replies)
master of defence: <Next year at this time I'll turn 64, which for a chess player is equivalent to 27 for a Rock Star.> Yeah, makes sense, lol. Funny thing is that both numbers are also cube of 4 & 3, respectively.
   Oct-16-14 O Dementiev vs Dzindzichashvili, 1972 (replies)
master of defence: Position after 61.g6: [DIAGRAM] Notice if it were White to move again, he would have a mate in 4 with 62.Qh7+ Kf8 63.Qh8+ Ke7 64.Bh4+ Nxh4(64...Kd7 65.Qd8#) 65.Rf7#. But anyway, great finish by Dzindzichasvili. 61...Rh1+ 62.Kxh1(Otherwise 62...Rxh5) Nxg3+ and ...
   Oct-03-14 Joseph Platz (replies)
master of defence: You may be indeed correct <perfidious>, given that after 1933, when Adolf Hitler become the 'F├╝hrer', Dr. Platz has moved from Germany to United States, as indicates his biography here. But looking at Hans Platz's profile here, he also doesn't have the game from ...
   Sep-24-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   Jul-29-14 eternaloptimist chessforum (replies)
master of defence: Hm, isn't this account on gameknot yours? Note it also has the same country as you(United States): Have you forgot your password? You can create a new account on if you wish, it's actually have more features than ...
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