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wilfredo munoz
Member since May-31-16 · Last seen Jun-07-17
I live in the Philippines. I have no official rating but I joined a barangay tournament where I am living. I study the games of Philidor, Steinitz, Nimzowich & Lasker inter alia. I have yet to determine who my fav player will be.
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   wilfredo munoz has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-15-16 Caruana vs So, 2015 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: <Ulhumbrus>, I see your point. So's 10 ... Rf6 was a little odd. Did he see his Rook-Bishop teamup (inter alia) ripping White's K-side open? I really want to know the behind-the-scenes, so to speak. But these things, given my very limited exposure to top level chess, ...
   Dec-14-16 Negi vs So, 2003
wilfredo munoz: Should Black refrain from taking the Knight and instead played 33 ... Qf6, the Black K would then be survived by his R, B & two pawn islands through 34 Rf3 & 35 Rh3, provided Black plays Qxh6. Mate in 10 is realized after 34 ... Qe7 35 Nf7+ Kg8 36 Qd5 Qe2+ 37 Kb3 Rf8 38 Ng5+ ...
   Dec-10-16 Alekhine vs H Johner, 1934 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: Besides 54 ... Kc8 in the puzzle above, Black can try 54 ... Kd7 which will be answered with 55 Be6+ Kc6 (Kxd6 loses to 56 Bf7+) 56 Qe7, preparing Qc7# with a strong followup in case Black's Q gets snobbish.
   Dec-07-16 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1850 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: <FSR> Check out this page and then click on the subheading "Variations" just a few scrolls down. You'll see this opening line among many variants. And you'll see that name--Philidor--and that following the colon beside it you'll ...
   Dec-06-16 A Evenson vs Alekhine, 1916 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: Great kibitzing ya'll!
   Dec-06-16 B Blumenfeld vs Alekhine, 1908
wilfredo munoz: What an odd Hanham has it become! I was waiting for Ngf6 and then Al played Ne7, which as it turned out is playable after all.
   Dec-06-16 Rodzynski vs Alekhine, 1913 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: Has anyone come up with a delaying move like 19 Rf1 as shown? Black to move: [DIAGRAM]
   Dec-06-16 G Beckhuis vs Shirov, 1994
wilfredo munoz: Hi, <Sally Simpson>! The position: 8/8/8k7/8/2R4R/1p1p3K/8.fen was shown to me by a friend's acquaintance at FB. According to him White, who is to move, wins. I tried solving it many times but still reached a drawn game via perpetual Q checks. He insists that W wins the
   Oct-12-16 I Rogers vs R Mantovani, 1999
wilfredo munoz: I think 58 ... Kb6 is a typo.
   Oct-05-16 Krasenkow vs Karpov, 2003 (replies)
wilfredo munoz: How about 29 ... Qb2? No need for overloading or pinning.
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