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   unrepentant has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-30-20 A Kovchan vs A Moiseenko, 2002 (replies)
unrepentant: What's the point of 36. Kg2 ? Wouldn't 36. Nd4 be a better move? a) 36. Nd5 Nd5 37. ed threatening d3 w/Bc4 and b5 in mind? b) 36. Nd5 Rcd2 37. Ba4 c) 36. Nd5 Rc6 37. Ba4 Re6 38. Nc7 Re7 39. Na6 ba 40. Qa6 white has 2P for a N and 3 passed pawns? White might ...
   Dec-10-20 Y Vovk vs S Lots, 2007 (replies)
unrepentant: Get well, Walter!
   Nov-12-20 A Nickel vs P Dahms, 1989 (replies)
unrepentant: DAAAYYUuuum. This is one of the ugliest black treatments of an opening I think I've ever seen. What was he thinking??
   Jul-12-20 Vyzmanavin vs Ulybin, 1995 (replies)
unrepentant: Yippeekaiyay, muafugga, I solved it again!!! :) :) twice in the same week for the same puzzle!! I still stumbled on 24. ... Rg4 just like last time. Give it to me again in 4 days and I'll remember the solution all the way to the resignation. hahaha
   Jul-05-20 Yakovich vs G Giorgadze, 1996 (replies)
unrepentant: no-mannered sumagun... Sorry for the late reply Sally Simpson. Thank you for your reply to my question. I didn't know how to find my post until just now. DUH. and I play chess??
   Jan-17-19 Seirawan vs J Nogueiras, 1987 (replies)
unrepentant: Saturn2, glad to see your answer. I thought 43. Nd4 was clearer also.
   Jul-31-18 Averbakh vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
unrepentant: SWClark25, Thank you! I missed that obviously.
   Apr-26-18 T Barendse vs T Lanchava, 2004 (replies)
unrepentant: Wouldn't 31. ... g3 be more forceful? Very interesting game nonetheless!
   Mar-20-18 Polugaevsky vs Nunn, 1980 (replies)
unrepentant: I need some help. What's wrong with 19. Kg1 ? I can't find a crusher. Thank you.
   Mar-10-18 M W Healey vs Graham J Moore, 2017 (replies)
unrepentant: > thegoodanarchist: Who is G Moore, you ask? "Well, his friends call him Les." Was this a reference to Lester Moore in Boot Hill (Tombstone, AZ)? Lester Moore 4 shots with a 44 no Les no more
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