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not yet a patzer
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+++ <Analysis of 11.Ng5> +++


   not yet a patzer has kibitzed 132 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-09-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: <whiteshark: <Marvellous, <chessmoron>>! <Incredible <WannaBe>>! You are both qualified as substitutes for the WC 2008, in case of Anand or Kramnik scrub the match.> Sheesh! I can't even compete with a wabbit and a guy named chessmoron! I ...
 
   Oct-09-07 ahmadov chessforum (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: And now, I have to pretend I have a <job> and get back to work. Thanks for all the chess fun! NYAP
 
   Oct-09-07 sentriclecub chessforum (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: The forum system works fine. If analysis is posted on the main page for all to monitor and then on the applicable forum so it can be easily located, it is a very efficient system. I can't see how Google Docs could work for this application. Even though I am a bean head and ...
 
   Oct-09-07 S Gross vs D Blasl, 1999 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: YOOO! DUDES! Got It!! Got It!! Got It!! Exactly Correctly Right! HOT! HOT! HOT! Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!
 
   Oct-08-07 M Judd vs J Congdon, 1874 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: <Waitaka: <not yet a patzer> Cmon, you found it. You saw the royal fork, and nothing better. You found but did not believe you did. Cheer up!> Hmmm, so trading a knight for a rook is the solution? Okay, I'll cheer up:o)
 
   Oct-05-07 J Kostro vs W Schmidt, 1968 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: <MostlyAverageJoe: <not yet a patzer> and <moppa> Rd8+ is not really a desperation move - it gains a tempo that white is sorely missing> <MAJ> I totally agree. I am just trying to think of a different word for "desperate" when a player trades a rook ...
 
   Oct-04-07 P Nikolic vs Piket, 2000 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: HEY <ForeverYoung> I WOULD HAVE HAD A 4 FOR 4 START, TOO!!! If it weren't for Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
 
   Oct-02-07 V Kravchenko vs E Vorobiov, 2000 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: <MAJ> You see, this is my problem. I did not consider g7 as an escape for the king, because a piece was already there. Of course when the king moves to h7 to capture the rook, then g7 is open, and he can move back out of check from the rook on the h-file. I think ...
 
   Oct-01-07 P A Boll vs A C Timmerman, 1978 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: <,MostlyAverageJoe: ...I wasted more time than that, contemplating how to make Rxf8+ work, before considering Qh8+.> I messed around with that, too. It is definitely deflating to miss the Monday puzzle. Especially when it is a queen sac :o(
 
   Sep-28-07 Kotov vs Unzicker, 1952 (replies)
 
not yet a patzer: I don't know about this. Is 27...Kxg7 forced, or even the best move? I did not feel I could anticipate that response from white, so was reluctant to consider 27.Nxg7.
 
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