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Member since Dec-23-03 · Last seen Jul-04-13
Favorite players: Capablanca, Karpov, Adams, Carlsen, Blackburne

   rclb has kibitzed 203 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-29-11 Balashov vs R Sabjanov, 1994 (replies)
rclb: you just want to push the pawn.... and it's right. Got the first few moves anyway...
   Mar-21-11 D Howell vs S Feller, 2010 (replies)
rclb: Seems like this was the firebird chess engine versus David Howell This game should be forfeited by Feller and Howell should have his elo increased accordingly. Plus, the whole French team should be disqualified. You just can't have this in Chess.
   Feb-10-11 Petrosian vs V Loginov, 1983 (replies)
rclb: If Tal offers a sacrifice, accept it. If I offer a sacrifice, consider it. If Petrosian offers a sacrifice, resign." -- Botvinnik
   Feb-08-11 0 (replies)
rclb: <patzer2>?? (major theological error, and totally unsustainable scientifically).
   Feb-03-11 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
rclb: Only prospect for a WC from the west??? It's also worth noting that Caruana is from that well known former soviet eastern European nation Italy. 5 years younger than Naka, and probably stronger now than Naka 5 years ago.
   Jan-30-11 Luke McShane (replies)
rclb: Great tournament for Luke after his very successful London Classic. Hopefully he will be able to stand up to the big boys next year. Maybe a bit more opening prep will see him 2700+ by then.
   Jan-22-11 McShane vs Wojtaszek, 2011 (replies)
rclb: 10 ...f5 is a mistake, after which moves like 11...Be6 and 12...Nf7 seem almost logical. After that, Luke plays like an engine. Very impressive.
   Jan-21-11 Tata Steel Group B (2011) (replies)
rclb: In this form, Luke is pretty much on a par with Carlsen and Anand! In real life, Adams is probably stronger.
   Jan-19-11 McShane vs Tkachiev, 2011 (replies)
rclb: 24 Nxf6+! After that combination white has all the winning chances.
   Feb-14-06 S Hamel vs De Vere, 1867 (replies)
rclb: 34Ke2 Qe5+ 35Qe4 Qxb2+ 36Ke1 (or 36Ke3) Re5 skewers the queen
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