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Member since Apr-23-04 · Last seen Aug-17-11
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   2ndNature has kibitzed 250 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-02-10 Dominguez Perez vs Morozevich, 2009 (replies)
2ndNature: <dzechiel: does white have anything better than 36 exf5> How about 36. Qd6+? For example: 36. Qd6+ Be7 37. Qxc7 and White is winning very convincingly.
   Dec-03-09 Kamsky vs Leko, 2008 (replies)
2ndNature: Sorry, but this time I couldn't help it - it took me milliseconds to solve this puzzle. It seems to me that some Mondays are more difficult...
   Nov-23-09 Carlsen vs V Gashimov, 2009 (replies)
2ndNature: 27. Rd8 (with threat 28. Rg8+ Kh6 29. Qh7#) would also win. For example: 27. Rd8 Nxd8 28. Qg5+ ... 29. Qg8# if: 27... Nf8 then 28. Qg5+ Ng6 29. Rg8#
   Nov-13-09 L Milman vs J Fang, 2005 (replies)
2ndNature: @dzechiel Thanks for using CAPITALISATION in an non-abusive manner, i.e. unlike some other* kibitzers. *) You know who you are.
   Oct-30-09 H Munoz Sotomayor vs H Salazar Jacob, 1990 (replies)
2ndNature: <holy tramp: <Phony Benoni et al>> must be this game Fischer vs C Munoz, 1960
   Oct-01-09 E Atalik vs J Werle, 2006 (replies)
2ndNature: <An Englishman> My guess is that "a-Catalan" refers to "Ekaterin(a)" - when you say it they sound similarly.
   Sep-28-09 Fine vs Dake, 1933 (replies)
2ndNature: <al wazir> On 36...Rd7 maybe 37.Nc3 and black has problems with defending Qa4 and Rc7. OTOH, what would white have to play to refute 34...Qe6?
   Sep-07-09 H Mueller vs O Bernstein, 1934 (replies)
2ndNature: <Once> You comments stand out (in a good way) from these self patting "I got this one..." posts. Or is this just the way my brain is wired... ;)
   Aug-28-09 N Kosintseva vs X Zhao, 2008
2ndNature: <radu stancu>... maybe 63.Kh4 [DIAGRAM]
   Aug-20-09 Gligoric vs Sveshnikov, 1986 (replies)
2ndNature: Kudos <Once> for your... commentary? ;)
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