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BabyJ
Member since Oct-10-05 · Last seen Feb-03-06
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   BabyJ has kibitzed 79 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-03-06 Gelfand vs Ftacnik, 1989 (replies)
 
BabyJ: 34...Ke7 35 Rf7+ Ke8 36 Rf4+! and 37 Rxh4 will keep attacking! Note that it's probably this, and not 36 Rf6+ Ke7 37 Rxd6 hxg3+ and 38...Kxd6. Is this enough for White? But Black could also have played 35...Kd8!, forcing 36 Bf6+ and 37 Bxh4, which is the clue that it would
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs Adorjan, 1984
 
BabyJ: OK, I haven't found a single game of Dlugy's against the Bogo-Indian that I was looking for, so apparently all those Bogo-games that he spotlighted in his C.L. column when he wrote a column on the Bogo are missing here. Let's find that Gelfand game where he beat the ...
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs J Bonin, 1984 (replies)
 
BabyJ: Against Bonin (the USA), Dlugy plays one of the masterpieces of the Royal Game! The position after 18 d5! is almost comical. Black's knight is now attacked (as it wasn't on the previous move) and cannot move.
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs L Christiansen, 1984
 
BabyJ: Dlugy's game against ChristmasPants is interesting, in that after move 14 (Nc3) it is again like what COULD have happened in Rubinstein-Boguljubow (Sweden 1920 M. G. # 10) IF Rubinstein had played d5! at move 6, and IF we have a Black knight on f6 rather than a Black ...
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs Chandler, 1986
 
BabyJ: If 23 Qxc6?? Re1+! will rip off a rook! Don't miss stuff like that!
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs Kudrin, 1986
 
BabyJ: What an amazing example of signature Max Dlugy blasting! Not since Nigel Short have we seen strong players so humiliated at the Chessboard! We're talking HUM-il-i-A-shun!
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs de Firmian, 1989
 
BabyJ: A professional hooverization of the position into a draw by Defirmian.
 
   Jan-11-06 Dlugy vs Piket, 1990
 
BabyJ: Now this is fascinating. For heaven's sake, what are the odds that the very FIRST game I turn to would be like the very first game in my Bogo notebook - Rubinstein vs. Boguljubow ? In fact, this game would have been IDENTICAL to the 10th match game in ...
 
   Jan-11-06 Speelman vs Short, 1988
 
BabyJ: But is that true? This was written way back AFTER I had looked at several of MAX DLUGY'S games against the Bogo, where he was blasting even when Black used the modern move order and he was forced to retake on d2. HOWEVER, I may have MYSELF improved with this 12...c6! ...
 
   Jan-10-06 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1937 (replies)
 
BabyJ: Certainly a stunning game by Euwe. It seems difficult for Euwe to be led by the opponent. He's always sticking to his own method of playing. Maybe he's somewhat like Gligorich.
 
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