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ChessCoachClark
Member since Jul-06-13
Coach for the Royal Guards Chess Club, which meets weekly at a public library and the Imperial Guardians Chess Club. Recently became a professional coach at three private schools. Continuing to find it very satisfying to train new/beginning and intermediate students of this magnificent game. Our first motto is, "Excellence is more than skill." Our second motto is, "Honor is our reputation."
So, sportsmanship and respecting diversity are essential to us, always.
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   ChessCoachClark has kibitzed 105 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-10-17 Mamedyarov vs Lu Shanglei, 2016 (replies)
 
ChessCoachClark: <jffun1958: 4-mate: 24. Nb5+ Bxc6 (only move) 25. Na7+ Kc7 (only move) 26. exf5 e5 27. Bxe5#> Position after 25. Na7+ is as follows: [DIAGRAM] The given line from jffun1958 just doesn't work, as 25. ... Kc7 is ineligible-- the White Knight at e6 attacks c7. Also, ...
 
   Jul-11-17 Nunn vs Seirawan, 1982 (replies)
 
ChessCoachClark: After 29. ... Ke8, 30. Qxh8+, Rybka 4 x64 suggests 30. ... Qf8 as the best move for Black, which isn't saying much since White should have a mate in 24 with perfect play. Black is nominally better-- one less Pawn down than losing the second Rook, also. The next best move is ...
 
   Jun-03-17 Efimov vs Bronstein, 1941
 
ChessCoachClark: Looked at this game this morning and used it in our Royal Guards Chess Club meeting this afternoon! The last move is an excellent demonstration of an In-Between Move. Also, the continuation with the Knight being captured (13. Nxe2 Qe1#) is a Mighty Queen Mate which is both ...
 
   Mar-03-16 B Perfors vs F van Seters, 1955
 
ChessCoachClark: The ending of this game is a parallel to Bernstein vs Capablanca (Moscow, 1914), 29 moves, 0-1. See position #1 of the Chess Training Pocket Book by Lev Alburt for continuations and other analysis. At least one very modern game also had this sort of ending.
 
   Jan-03-16 E J Diemer vs Illig, 1954
 
ChessCoachClark: Laszlo Polgar included this game in CHESS: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games as Game #4587 on page 843.
 
   Dec-27-15 P Nikolic vs Huebner, 1994
 
ChessCoachClark: Newspapers made a puzzle of this game after 22. ... Qa2 for beginners. Could be a Monday puzzle at CG.com.
 
   Dec-27-15 Lasker vs NN, 1896 (replies)
 
ChessCoachClark: Laszlo Polgar included this game in CHESS: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games as Game #4543 on page 831, but didn't identify which Lasker, Edward or Emanuel.
 
   Dec-19-15 A Ettlinger vs Janowski, 1898
 
ChessCoachClark: Laszlo Polgar included this game in CHESS: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games as Game #4512 on page 822.
 
   Dec-19-15 Ed. Lasker vs B F Winkelman, 1926
 
ChessCoachClark: Laszlo Polgar included this game in CHESS: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games as Game #4562 on page 836, but several moves differ.
 
   Dec-19-15 Bogoljubov vs Patigler, 1938
 
ChessCoachClark: I love the multi-tactic ending to this game! A good demonstration of the coordination of your pieces. Laszlo Polgar included this game in CHESS: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games as Game #4494 on page 817.
 
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