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Member since Aug-13-09 · Last seen Apr-19-18
Just a woodpusher coming back to the game after a long absence...
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   BwanaVa has kibitzed 91 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-14-18 A Mengarini vs Reshevsky, 1951
BwanaVa: Horowitz-Denker 1942-can you please describe the game and its importance? does not seem to have said game in its database.
   Jan-05-18 C N Barnes vs Denker, 1974
BwanaVa: An unfortunate error at move 24 for black, but Denker seems to be busted like a dropped watermelon at that point.
   Jan-04-18 I A Horowitz vs Kavalek, 1972 (replies)
BwanaVa: I have read that Horowitz was so pleased with the move, he said to a few folks "Not bad for a patzer!"
   Oct-19-17 J A Grefe vs Lombardy, 1977
BwanaVa: Nice assault! 31. Kd2 Q:c3+ 32. Ke2 Ng3+ wins the house.
   Oct-17-17 Szabo vs Denker, 1946
BwanaVa: This is good, but his roll of Fine in the 1944 US Championship has to be his best...
   Aug-04-17 Aronian vs Caruana, 2017 (replies)
BwanaVa: Nerwal and JimNorCal-Thank you!
   Jul-27-17 A Lein vs Polugaevsky, 1966
BwanaVa: In "Flank Openings", Raymond Keene annotates 24. Ng4 with "Lein wakes up!", and describes the systematic "peeling back" of black's defenses.
   Apr-12-17 A Lein vs Denker, 1976 (replies)
BwanaVa: A game of some historic importance. 1976 was the year of the "Soviet Invasion", with Shamkovich and Lein being the first to come over. Denker, US Champion in 1944, had been absent from competitive chess for years reentered the fray after retiring. This game was played in the last ...
   Mar-03-17 Nikolay 2 Solovjev vs Aydin Suleymanli, 2016
BwanaVa: What happened? Black resigns here? Or is part of the game score missing and does the game continue for a while before white wins? Time loss? What happened?
   Jan-27-17 B Gledura vs Nakamura, 2017 (replies)
BwanaVa: I will note in passing that this is not a Kings Indian Attack. It may be a Reti-English hybrid, but it is not a KIA.
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