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Ed Caruthers
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   Ed Caruthers has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Aug-08-05 P Nikolic vs G A Timoshenko, 1990 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: I guess the point is, even grandmasters drop pieces by overlooking the obvious. I only wish I hadn't.
 
   Mar-28-05 Keene vs Tarjan, 1975 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Portisch-Gheorghiu, Manila 1974, went 17...Nc8. Did Gligorich recommend Tarjan's next 6 moves? Did both Gligorich and Tarjan miss your 23rd in pregame analysis?
 
   Feb-22-05 I Rabinovich vs Botvinnik, 1937 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Does the position after 24...Kf7 look bad for White? Why doesn't White ever push h4-h5, to loosen up Black's king?
 
   Jan-25-05 Vukcevich vs Bisguier, 1969 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Did V. miss the trick a move earlier? 19.Nh6+ looks like it works. Not that 19.Rd1 gave Black any chance to avoid the combination.
 
   Jan-13-05 A Kovacevic vs Tringov, 1993 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Did Black lose on time? This is an ending I would have to play out with Black. If the Rooks get exchanged, it's a well-known draw. I think White can use the extra material to push Black to the edge & wind up winning the Rook. But Black gets lots of checks with the Rook. ...
 
   Jan-13-05 L Ross vs D B Gurevich, 2004 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Laura Ross is a 2100+ player who knows how easy the ending is for Black. And Gurevich is 2500+ and would win this ending 1000 out of 1000. More generally, I think you're better off getting some rest before the next game (or the drive home)instead of sitting at the board feeling
 
   Jan-07-05 Short vs W Watson, 1986 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Was 28...Nxg3 the critical error, losing an extra exchange? What's the evaluation after 28...Bg7; 29.Bxe5, Bxe5; 30.Rxe5, Kf8?
 
   Jan-04-05 A Harju vs M Liimatta, 1987 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: Why not 13...Qxh2+ winning the exchange a few moves earlier? Were there chances to win more if White went wrong between the 13th & 17th moves?
 
   Oct-25-04 A Sokolov vs Bologan, 1998 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: One of those rare games with a theme running all the way through it. After 12...d5, all Black's dark squares are weak. White offers a P at b2, an exchange at a1, and another P at h2 to get rid of the Bg7. The Bc5 dominates the game. And 26Qd6+ will use the dark square fork to ...
 
   Oct-03-04 Duras vs Z Barasz, 1912 (replies)
 
Ed Caruthers: <chessgames.com> Where & when was DSB-18.Kongress? is there another name we might recognize?
 
   Sep-24-04 Lahno vs M Seps, 2004 (replies)
   Sep-03-04 Taimanov vs A Shashin, 1978 (replies)
   Sep-01-04 J L Arnason vs Dreev, 1990 (replies)
   Aug-16-04 Anand vs F Vallejo Pons, 2004 (replies)
   Jul-22-04 Duncan Suttles (replies)
   Jul-09-04 M Basman vs Miles, 1981 (replies)
   Jun-25-04 E Dizdarevic vs Miles, 1985 (replies)
   May-20-04 G Andruet vs Spassky, 1988 (replies)
   May-19-04 Bronstein vs Beliavsky, 1975 (replies)
   May-11-04 M Walter vs G Nagy, 1924 (replies)
   May-07-04 Janowski vs J N Berger, 1907 (replies)
   May-05-04 Tarrasch vs Gunsberg, 1890 (replies)
   May-04-04 J Enevoldsen vs Nimzowitsch, 1933 (replies)
   May-04-04 Kasparov vs A V Kharitonov, 1977 (replies)
   May-02-04 Ljubojevic vs J Durao, 1974 (replies)
   Apr-28-04 Sutovsky vs D Sermek, 1993 (replies)
   Apr-21-04 Averbakh vs Spassky, 1956 (replies)
   Apr-09-04 E J Diemer vs T Heiling, 1984 (replies)
   Mar-30-04 Nunn vs C G Ward, 1998 (replies)
   Mar-26-04 Miles vs Browne, 1982 (replies)
   Mar-25-04 Kasparov vs G West, 1977 (replies)
   Mar-23-04 Dragoljub Velimirovic (replies)
   Mar-12-04 Reshevsky vs A Vasconcellos, 1944 (replies)
   Mar-04-04 Kasparov vs Topalov, 2004 (replies)
   Jan-26-04 Reti vs Leonhardt, 1908 (replies)
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