|Mar-26-11|| ||redorc19: WOW i found this game in Chess: 5334 Problems by Laszlo Polgar the combination is simply beautiful... how would i recommend it for a Problem of the Day?|
|Jun-30-12|| ||solskytz: Charming trap! Never saw the like of it.
Hard to understand the point of Nh7, even though the Queen's mobility is limited and the solution is only one move away.
|Jun-30-12|| ||Dionysius1: Why I like this trap so much is that it is so fresh. It's two reasonably familiar patterns - running a Q out of squares and a discovered check on the h file - put together in an unfamiliar way.|
|May-03-14|| ||GrahamClayton: 11...g6 might have been played, giving the Queen an escape square on g7.|
|May-21-17|| ||offramp: I wonder what were the specifics of the event: cr (1981).|
|May-21-17|| ||ChessHigherCat: Costa Rica (Co-star Iggy) or else Czech Republic or quite possibly the canadian royalsocietyofnoncapitalizationofpropernamesandp-
|May-21-17|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: Might "cr" also stand for "correspondence?"|
|May-21-17|| ||perfidious: <An Englishman: Good Evening: Might "cr" also stand for "correspondence?">|
Indeed it does.
|May-21-17|| ||morfishine: Magee was a strong player. A pity he has only one other game in the database, but its another good one upending Bill Wall: B Wall vs T Magee, 1980|
|May-21-17|| ||Timi: White's move 12 could be an interesting Thursday puzzle|
|Jun-04-17|| ||wwall: It was a friendly correspondence game. Magee (NC), Aker (IN) and Wall (OH) all of us were playing several postal games together during this period. I have to admit, both Magee and Aker were beating me more than I was beating them, and a few chess miniatures and traps came out of our games as we experimented with the openings. I lost 4 and drew 3 with Magee. I played Aker 23 times in postal chess, winning 8, losing 12, and drawing 3.|