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Member since Feb-20-03 · Last seen Aug-19-12
A much nicer guy these days. Rekindling my chess inspiration. Looking forward to discussing interesting games with you guys!

   seoulmama has kibitzed 310 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-07-06 Kosteniuk vs Y Xu, 2001 (replies)
seoulmama: AlexandraThess, Caro-Kann is just not my cup of tea - so I have the right to be sarcastic. After all, it IS pretty miserable :-)
   Apr-06-06 Topalov - Nisipeanu Match (2006) (replies)
seoulmama: This should be a thunderous match up - both players are incredibly imaginative, even brutal when it comes to playing chess. Looking forward to this one
   Mar-19-06 Korchnoi vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
seoulmama: If White takes the pawn, 10.dxc5, he is left with a splintered pawn center. Also the isolated, doubled pawns on the c-file is nothing to be proud of.
   Sep-20-05 P Kotsur vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
seoulmama: This one is a gem. However, Sutovsky's analysis in NIC shows that the most beautiful variations lay hidden; for instance, in one line Black sacs his Queen for a mere Rook, and plays on. Obviously very pretty play results. I will provide you the analysis as soon as I get my sweaty ...
   Sep-20-05 Van Wely vs Stellwagen, 2005 (replies)
seoulmama: This one is very intense. I'm surprised if it is not analyzed in the next issue of New in Chess. Van Wely's piece sacrifice was extremely imaginative.
   Aug-16-05 Korchnoi vs Beliavsky, 1987 (replies)
seoulmama: A funny addition: Consider the following: two pawn exchanges on f4, Bishop takes on f4, Black tries Re8 (to defend against Rc6), White plays Bd6 and after Black has moved his pawns, zugzwang follows
   May-26-05 Timman vs Kasparov, 1992 (replies)
seoulmama: Kind words I mean.
   May-22-05 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
seoulmama: Gypsy, but after my suggestion Black would have the better Bishop, and a possible Knight on d4. White's Bishop on b1 would be pathetic
   Dec-02-04 A Bangiev vs V Borisov, 1990 (replies)
seoulmama: Actually, the game went on - Black took the Bishop, and White sacrificed his Rook on b7. Then 1-0
   Dec-02-04 Fedorov vs Shirov, 2000 (replies)
seoulmama: Geqonz, as much as I admire Shirov, I seriously doubt that his own personal question mark has much to do with the KG's objective value.
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