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Chessical
Member since Nov-03-03 · Last seen Jul-28-16
I am an UK chess player who plays OTB and correspondence. I particularly appreciate the games of Tal, Alekhine, Tarrasch and Capablanca.

I am particularly interested in the history of chess since from the 19th century. I now spend most of my time working on games collections.

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   Chessical has kibitzed 2758 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-25-16 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Chessical: I wish to raise the question of submission of games for the database. I have had Game Collection: Jaffe - Janowski (2) ready for submission since February this year. Zanzibar found the final missing game (for that my sincere thanks). I submitted the game, but five months later, it
 
   Jul-16-16 Steinitz - Gunsberg World Championship Match (1890)
 
Chessical: "THE CHESS CHAMPIONS. It is announced by a Reuters New York message that Baron Albert Rothschild will hold the stakes at the forthcoming chess match, while Baron Zubaroff, formerly Russian Ambassador at Berlin, will be umpire for M. Tschigorin; Professor J. L. Rice, of New York,
 
   Jul-03-16 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1890
 
Chessical: <20.Nxd5?> loses the exchange in a simple fashion. Chigorin had a reputation for making unforced blunders despite his great chess strength. <20.R(b)e1)> =
 
   Jul-03-16 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1890
 
Chessical: Gunsberg lost the first game of the match as Black due to a simple blunder. He had almost equalised against Chigorin's Ponziani Opening but overlooked a very simple tactic. Instead of <21...g6!>, Gunsberg played <21...Nd5> [DIAGRAM] oblivious to <22.Qxf8!>.
 
   Jun-26-16 keypusher chessforum (replies)
 
Chessical: <Keypusher> I would like to have the Chigorin - Gunsberg Match (1890) included in the Tournament Index. I note, however, that you have already assembled the games so you have precedence. Is this currently an on-going project for you? If it is not may I write it up for ...
 
   Jun-24-16 Ljubojevic vs Smyslov, 1973 (replies)
 
Chessical: Ljubojevic could have forced a draw with: <20. Qd3+> Kf7 21. Qb3+ Kg6 22. Qc2+ Kf7 23. Qb3+ Kg6 24. Qd3+ Kf7 25. Qd5+ Kg6 26. Qd3+ etc.
 
   Jun-24-16 I A Horowitz vs Kashdan, 1938
 
Chessical: [DIAGRAM] Kasdan blundered with <79...Rc1?> instead of Ra8 and now Horowitz could have played <80. a7!> winning.
 
   Apr-23-16 Bournemouth (1939) (replies)
 
Chessical: Mieses was 74 years, 5 months old not 102.
 
   Apr-10-16 A Pomar Salamanca vs Keene, 1971
 
Chessical: Keene's plan to free his position after <19...c6> has a tactical flaw; Pomar spots a knight fork on <f6> and wins Keene's <d> pawn.
 
   Mar-26-16 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
 
Chessical: I was planning to put together a Tournament Index submission for Horowitz-Kashdan 1938. I then discovered that you have already included it in your Game Collection: US Open 1938, Boston = 39th ACF Congress . Would you mind if I encroached?
 
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