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USCF 1452. Have played a total of 12 rated games since 1997. Trying to get back into the game. Full Member

   AlbertoDominguez has kibitzed 25 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-19-18 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: <<Stonehenge>> I can't be 100% sure, but I am fairly certain that the picture is actually of Reshevsky. It's blurry, but it looks like the signature sailor suit he used for simuls as a child. It doesn't look very much like ...
   Apr-21-18 E Corzo vs Capablanca, 1902 (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: According to every other source I've seen (Edward Winter, Hooper & Brandreth's The Unknown Capablanc, Reinfeld's The Immortal Capablanca, Panov's book, Linder's recent book on Capa, Lakdawala's Move by Move book, and the Chess Stars collection of Capa's games), White in ...
   Apr-16-18 B Fleissig vs Schlechter, 1893
AlbertoDominguez: <thomastonk: I observed this some time ago, when I read that Schlechter claimed that he led this chess column since 1892 (instead of 1893).> This makes perfect sense, since Dr. S. Gold arrived in the US on December 11, 1892 (according to Wikipedia).
   Mar-22-18 Ruslan Ponomariov (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: The page reads "The following year he was eliminated from the FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (2001) in the first round by Vietnamese GM Thien Hai Dao." That should read the 2000 tournament. Pono actually won the 2001/2 tournament.
   Mar-05-18 Smyslov vs Reshevsky, 1991
AlbertoDominguez: There appears to be an error. Moscow Veterans (Boensch,U) is listed as game 2 at classical time control. I believe it was actually game 4 at the G/30 control. This is supported by Kasparov's MGP4 Game #23, which lists it as match game 4.
   Jan-04-18 Capablanca vs J Baca Arus, 1912
AlbertoDominguez: This game appears in: Caparros' collection, game #175 Hooper's The Unknown Capablanca, Game #121 Pachman's Modern Chess Tactics v2, Game #36 (in my Spanish translation) Reti's Modern Ideas in Chess, p115 (in the Dover edition)
   Nov-04-17 V I Lenin vs M Gorky, 1908
AlbertoDominguez: Pirandus: Informator started in 1966, so your comment cannot be correct.
   Sep-21-17 Rachels vs D B Gurevich, 1989 (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: Dvoretsky analyzes this game in Secrets of Endgame Technique (p.45)
   Jul-10-17 Tartakower vs Spielmann, 1926 (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: Actually I'm looking at paceman' book right now. He doesn't give 42.Kd1. His comment is as follows: "After this mistake the game is lost. A much stronger line is 42.QK8! RB3 43.QQB8 when Black has nothing better than 42...RB7+ 43.KN3 RxP 44.QxP. Then in view of the threats ...
   Apr-12-17 Euwe vs Reti, 1920 (replies)
AlbertoDominguez: visayanbraindoctor - the two double-rook sacrifice games are indeed both from the same four-game match
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