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   moiz has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-23-06 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
moiz: Consider the time in which Morphy played, no computers, very few chess-books, fewer precedents to follow... and the way he played... GOSH!
   Nov-23-06 M Turkovic vs B Pill, 1996 (replies)
moiz: I think a mention must be made as to why a game is defined as "game of the day" (an unusual combination of moves, a brilliant sacrifice...), else soon enough even obscure club games will be so defined.
   Oct-09-06 A Petrosian vs L Hazai, 1970 (replies)
moiz: What a Game and a Pun to match!
   Aug-21-06 M Larios Crespo vs D Salvador Lopez, 2001 (replies)
moiz: The smothered mate is the dream finish of all chess players. Once You've seen it, you aint going to forget it. I remember God (Paul Morphy, for those not baptised in chess!) playing it once
   Aug-18-06 Adianto vs N Mariano, 2005 (replies)
moiz: I agree, Cecil, sets the boys apart from the men.
   Aug-09-06 J R Koch vs A Hauchard, 1997 (replies)
moiz: The queen sac intrigues me, esp after white is clutching black by the throat. Was there no other move available?
   Aug-07-06 Nunn vs K Georgiev, 1988 (replies)
moiz: A chess player must extend the courtesy of "resign" to his opponent, when he finds himself in the position Black was in here. O.W.Holmes must have the last say here : The whole force of conversation depends on how much you can take for granted. Vulgar chess-players have to play their ...
   Aug-05-06 Alekhine vs NN, 1915 (replies)
moiz: I think there are just far too many ladies for the two men to handle! Its an orgy out there!
   Aug-04-06 Averbakh vs Spassky, 1956 (replies)
moiz: In "Predict the Next Move", I think only Spassky would play Nc6 !
   Aug-03-06 N Seidel vs Nehl, 1956 (replies)
moiz: 2 pieces down, Seidel had little option but to go all out. Nehl didnt help his own cause by his lack of development and his loss of castling rights
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