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Bionic Brain
Member since Mar-10-03 · Last seen Dec-24-03
Hi there! I'm from Birmingham, England, and an expert on the King's Indian Defence! However, i never usually play it - I'm more into the "Romantic gambits". My favourite chess player is Akiba Rubinstein, and my favourite game is ... well check out my Games Collections to find out!
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   Bionic Brain has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Aug-03-03 Kramnik vs Deep Fritz, 2002 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: I think it was Capablanca
 
   Aug-02-03 Zsuzsa Polgar vs Geller, 1992 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Now thats taking the Queens Gambit too literally if you ask me.
 
   Jul-31-03 Steinitz vs Paulsen, 1870 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: In addition, the game Short-Timman, 1991 offers a great king walk where the king infiltrates right to h6 before helping the Queen deliver mate!!! (P.S i hope i havent ruined that for you!)
 
   Jul-31-03 Kirkpatrick vs NN, 1987 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Forgive me if I'm being stupid but how does that win?????????
 
   Mar-30-03 Krogius vs Stein, 1960 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Stein plays rather a dubious line in the King's Indian. He then starts a do-or -die sacrificial attack. Krogius, however, could have refuted the attack in several places, but I will only give the most important one here: After 27...exf4, Krogius finds an excellent defence in ...
 
   Mar-17-03 Janowski vs W Cohn, 1900 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Really? I'd never have guessed that.
 
   Mar-17-03 Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Yes, but as refutor says, 23...Rxg3 wins for Black.
 
   Mar-16-03 Bird vs Gelbfuhs, 1873 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Maybe from Black's first move, GM? More usual is 1...d5, with Black aiming for a King's fianchetto. After this White usually continues with a Queen's fianchetto, or a Stonewall (Pawns on d4 and e3), both aiming for a Kingside attack. 1.f4 e5 is From's Gambit, and is usually ...
 
   Mar-15-03 Blackburne vs Grube / Burnett, 1871 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: Ha ha! 36...Qe3+ (36...Qh4+ 37. Kd7 Qh3+?? 38.Be6+ wins the Queen) 37.Be6+ Kh7 38. Rh8+ Kg6 39.Kd7 threatening 40.Bf5+ winning the Black queen. Either way, White wins!
 
   Mar-14-03 Botvinnik vs Ragozin, 1947 (replies)
 
Bionic Brain: A Couple of things - 1) After 11.e4, White's central superiority is very difficult to challenge - Botvinnik has the Bishop pair and a stable space advantage. Botvinnik makes these look sufficient to win the game, but note how vigorously he has to play. 2)After 20.Qd2! why ...
 
   Mar-14-03 Korchnoi vs Zsuzsa Polgar, 1995
   Mar-14-03 Alekhine vs NN, 1911 (replies)
   Mar-13-03 L Hill vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
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