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Member since Nov-03-03 · Last seen Dec-22-14
I am an UK chess player who plays OTB and correspondence. I particularly appreciate the games of Tal, Alekhine, Tarrasch and Capablanca.
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   Chessical has kibitzed 2550 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-20-14 Nutcracker Match of the Generations (2014) (replies)
Chessical: The correct V Fedoseev is surely Vladimir Fedoseev
   Dec-20-14 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Chessical: <Benzol, Suenteus> The following may be of assistance:
   Nov-03-14 Tabanus chessforum (replies)
   Oct-29-14 WCC Editing Project chessforum (replies)
Chessical: <WCC Editing Project> I have e-mailed you a text for consideration as an introduction to the Korchnoi - Geller Candidates Quarterfinal (1971) - Game Collection: WCC Index (Korchnoi-Geller 1971) .
   Oct-27-14 London (1932) (replies)
Chessical: <London 1932> "The Book of the London International Chess Tournament, 1932....Mr. Frank Hollings, T, Great Turnstile, Holborn. W.C.I. has published the above book (price 6s.), containing the sixty-six games in the Masters’ section, all of which are annotated Dr. ...
   Sep-04-14 Karpova chessforum (replies)
Chessical: I have no issues at all with waiting in a queue, after all I am British!
   Aug-30-14 Salwe vs P A Evtifeev, 1906
Chessical: [DIAGRAM] <23... Bxd4!> 24. Ne2 (<24. Rad1?!> Bc5 25. Rd2 Rg6 wins) <24... Bxf2> 25. Rxf2 Qh4 26. Kg1 Qxh3 27. Rg2 Qh1+ 28. Kf2 Qxa1; and wins.
   Aug-29-14 Pillsbury vs Maroczy, 1903 (replies)
Chessical: 7. Qxg4 <g2+> 8. Qxh4 gxh1=Q [DIAGRAM] Black's position is extremely difficult to play over the board, but "Fritz" may have found a precarious path to survival in the immediacy (but probably very little more) : <9. Qh5> Be7 10. Nxf7! Bh4+! (<10...Nf6?> - Bird / ...
   Aug-29-14 Z Almasi vs C Lutz, 2005
Chessical: After the very imaginative and rather effective <21...Bc7!?> [DIAGRAM] <21... Qxc7> (diag.) 22. Qxd5 Qf4+ (<22... Rd8?> 23. Qxf5 wins) 23. Ncd2! (<23. Kb1> Rd8 24. Qe6+ Kf8 25. Nfe5 Be8 is less effective) 23... Rd8 24. Qxc5 Rxd2 25. Rxe4+ Qxe4 26. Bxb5+; ...
   Aug-28-14 Korchnoi vs Mecking, 1974 (replies)
Chessical: <Runemaster> Perhaps <33...Nxe5> is okay for Black? For example, [DIAGRAM] <33... Bxe5> 34. dxe5 Nc5 35. Bf1 Nb3 36. Bb2 Na4; and Black seems to be holding on.
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