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Chessical
Member since Nov-03-03 · Last seen May-25-17
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 2855 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-17 A Rabinovich vs Rotlewi, 1911
 
Chessical: [DIAGRAM] <21. hxg4?!>, instead <21. Nb5> seems better: <21...Nf3+> 22. Qxf3 gxf3 23. Nxc7 Bxc7 24. Kf2 Rabinovich underestimated the strength of the sacrifice on <e3>.
 
   May-06-17 J Perlis vs Teichmann, 1909
 
Chessical: [DIAGRAM] I believe that Teichmann missed a drawing line. By playing: <56... g4+!> he should have been able to hold the game: <57. Ke2> Bd5; and now, <58. Rxd6+> Ke5 59. Rh6 gxh3 60. gxh3 Bxb3 61. Bd3 (not 61. Rxh5?? Bd1+!) 61...Rxa4 62. Rxh5 <58. Ke3> Ke5 ...
 
   May-06-17 Salwe vs E Cohn, 1909
 
Chessical: Salwe unsurprisingly missed some quicker wins during this long and labourious endgame. [DIAGRAM] <87. Rf6+!> finishes Black off after 87...Ke7 88. Rh6 Qd5+ 89. Kg3 Qg5 90. a7 Qxh6 91. a8=Q Qxe3+ 92. Bf3 [DIAGRAM] <107>. Kg2 wins quickly 107... Qe1 108. Rd4+ Kc7 109. ...
 
   Apr-29-17 Yates vs Maroczy, 1930
 
Chessical: Maroczy equalises quickly with Black. If <24...Qd4> 25. Rac1 Qa7 26. Be4 Qxc7 27. Rxc7 Rxb2 28. Bd3; which is slightly better for Black. If <27...Rxf2> 28. Kxf2 Qd4+ 29. Kg2 Bd5+ 30. Kh3 =
 
   Apr-29-17 Steinitz vs D M Martinez, 1882 (replies)
 
Chessical: <chessgame901> <69...Kb4> cannot avoid an inevitable loss for Black. 69. g8=Q Kb4 70. Ke4 a5 71. Kd4 a4 72. Qc4+ Ka5 73. Kc5 a2 74. Qb5 mate
 
   Apr-26-17 USSR Championship (1949) (replies)
 
Chessical: Petrosian's first Soviet Championship, he qualified from the semi-final held in Tiflis.
 
   Apr-23-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Chessical: Could not So's amanuensis clarify the issues flagged up but still unresolved in his biography? In the meantime: "<chessgames.com> Is it really 2013? (Some sources indicate 2012.) A citation is needed. Also, when did this period end? As it reads, one could easily assume ...
 
   Apr-17-17 Vladimir Akopian
 
Chessical: He was trained by Oleg Dementiev the mid 1980s.
 
   Apr-16-17 J M Hodgson vs Short, 1979
 
Chessical: There does not appear to be anything wrong with 25.Nxd6.
 
   Apr-02-17 Maggie Feng (replies)
 
Chessical: Ms Feng won the K9 section of the 2016 U.S. Junior High School Championship. https://new.uschess.org/news/maggie...
 
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