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Member since Dec-08-13 · Last seen Dec-12-22
I'm a 60 year old retired employee (financial accountant) who wants to get back to playing chess after 35 years. So, I have a lot of catching up to do.
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   yariharimo has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jun-15-15 A Groenn vs E Fossan, 2005 (replies)
yariharimo: Can anybody tell me why Black didn't play 18...Nxg4? Because I would have.
   Jul-01-14 Yakovich vs A Jovic, 1988
yariharimo: Does anyone know what happened here? Did Black lose on time? If 42. Nxe4 Be5+ 43.g3 Rxd1, Black would be ahead a piece.
   May-19-14 Najdorf vs Portisch, 1962 (replies)
yariharimo: <wordfunph> Did Najdorf say why the sacrifice was a blunder? Black's losing the right to castle was White's compensation for the pawn. It would be interesting to know why he thought of it as a blunder.
   May-19-14 Bogoljubov vs Spielmann, 1919 (replies)
yariharimo: Hi, everyone, I thought you might like to examine a similar game bet. the same players until the 17th move where White played Qh4 instead of Qc3, and Black was able to parry White's attack and won the game. Very interesting, demonstrates why 17.Qc3 was the right move.
   Feb-11-14 Bondarevsky vs Kotov, 1948 (replies)
yariharimo: Is this a case where White's attack had just gone wrong? What if at on move 14, White had just played Rb1 instead of Ba3? Would White be any better? I asked this because the database showed 3 choices by Black on move 11 and 11...Bb4 leads to this line.
   Dec-08-13 Lputian vs Romanishin, 1988
yariharimo: Help, anyone. Did White lose on time? Or did he resign, I don't know what could be Black's strategy to win this endgame.
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