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Member since Aug-13-09 · Last seen Dec-09-18
Just a woodpusher coming back to the game after a long absence...
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   BwanaVa has kibitzed 94 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
BwanaVa: Spassky? Not a chance. Petrosian? Maybe. However, Petrosian is a perfect example of molding the match considerations to meet his goals. After the 1963 match v. Botvinnik it was revealed that Petrosian's plan was to play in such a way as to push the hard thinking and planning into ...
   Oct-22-18 M Parry vs L Paichadze, 2008 (replies)
BwanaVa: Black should continue, but after 41 Nxg6 Qxc5 42. Nf4+ I think White is going land some punches and I don't know that Black gets those pawns moving.
   Jun-20-18 Timman vs Korchnoi, 1991
BwanaVa: "Mr. Holland's Opus" is an American film starring Richard Dreyfuss. Since Timman was long the finest chess player in Holland (and top five in the world) and this is one of his finest games...
   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 (replies)
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.
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