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Member since May-12-09 · Last seen Nov-05-21
I am a college student at the University of Oklahoma. I enjoy games of all sorts, including chess, backgammon, all card games, tennis, and soccer. Santa was generous to me in 2009. Boomer Sooner!
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   randomsac has kibitzed 313 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-08-13 J Richardson vs A Eva, 1939 (replies)
randomsac: Oops. Obviously black's queen is in quite a bind with tons of pawns cutting off escape. Ng5 seals the deal.
   Sep-19-13 Kholmov vs Tal, 1963 (replies)
randomsac: ...Re5 seemed really natural to play. <gawain> I had the same feeling. The board was simple enough that I felt like what's the worst that could happen? After this key interference, the board plays itself.
   Sep-16-13 H Reefschlaeger vs C Astengo, 2008 (replies)
randomsac: Yet another reincarnation of Philidor's mate. It's really interesting how pattern recognition makes this a Monday puzzle.
   Sep-13-13 Nakamura vs Aronian, 2013 (replies)
randomsac: Good play from Nakamura. He was able to take advantage of a couple of key opportunities. I find the end position rather entertaining, as he not only wins the exchange but chokes black into submission.
   Sep-06-13 Onischuk vs V Laznicka, 2013 (replies)
randomsac: <OhioChessFan> thanks. I didn't notice how much pressure Rfd1 put on black.
   Aug-20-13 Nakamura vs B Adhiban, 2013 (replies)
randomsac: A very exciting game. I like Nakamura's bold play with getting his king involved to lock down the middle files of the board.
   Aug-01-13 M Horwitz vs S Sloan, 2012 (replies)
randomsac: I don't get it. Is this really forsaken for white?
   Jun-05-12 Bird vs De Vere, 1868 (replies)
randomsac: Bird had some guts using those pawns. Great finish.
   Feb-08-11 E J Almedina Ortiz vs P Parfenov, 2010 (replies)
randomsac: Qh7! allows white to pick up a free rook because doubled rooks on the open f-file are giving great mating pressure.
   Jan-11-11 C van Oosterom vs P Hulshof, 2009 (replies)
randomsac: At first I worried because the black king could escape to f7 after attacking h8. But then I realized that the black king is now trapped in a mating net and an unblockable knight was in just the right spot to checkmate with Ng5#. Black's rook on e8 was a key player for the whole ...
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