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ForeverYoung
Member since Jan-03-03 · Last seen Mar-30-19
I'm the game/15 champ in downtown Portland, Oregon at the Pioneer Square. Just a 47 year old woodpusher who believes strongly in 1 P-K4 and a man who won 454 games in 2002.

   ForeverYoung has kibitzed 375 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-25-15 W So vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: Anybody else out there have a problem with 24 ... Nxb4?
 
   Nov-20-15 Capablanca vs S Campos, 1927 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: The mate I found was 21 Nxf6+ Kf8 22 Rh8+ Ke7 23 Nxd7+ Rf6 24 Bxf6+ gxf6 25 Rh7+ Ke8 26 Nxf6+ Kf8 27 Rf7 mate
 
   Nov-03-15 Tartakower vs S Rosselli del Turco, 1926 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: It is a safe guess that Botvinnik studied this game and employed the winning idea vs. Riumin in 1931.
 
   Sep-12-15 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: In a conversation with a friend recently I decided that Bobby should have asked for a rematch clause if the match score reached 9 wins to 9 wins. He probably would have retained the title for at least 20 years until Gary took it from him. If Portisch had been a challenger he ...
 
   Feb-27-15 I Bilek vs Larsen, 1967 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: Some clear Nimzowitch in this game exploiting white's pawn formation. 19 ... Kh8! was the key defensive move snuffing out white's attack.
 
   Feb-27-15 Larsen vs Matulovic, 1967 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: The games begin with 14 a4! culminating with 22 Ra1! Afterwards we see some grandmasterly technique by white to score the point.
 
   Jan-30-15 A Filipowicz vs A Matanovic, 1973
 
ForeverYoung: Very fine TN in 11 ... Bd6! The old 11 ... h6 12 Bh4 Bc5 13 b4! Bxb4 14 Nxd4 Nxd4 15 Qxd4 Bxe1 16 Qxg7 Kd7 17 Rxe1 b5 18 Qd4+ Kc6 19 Bf6 Rhc8 loses to 20 Be5!!
 
   Dec-26-14 Karpov vs M Schauwecker, 1973 (replies)
 
ForeverYoung: This game is unusually instructive. White has a nice edge after 17 Rd1. After 18 Nd5! he puts the squeeze on black to perfection.
 
   Dec-26-14 E Bhend vs V Tukmakov, 1973
 
ForeverYoung: Your comment rings true. While playing through this game from the Bath tournament book it make sense that black would miss ... Bd5.
 
   Dec-26-14 Ljubojevic vs H Pfleger, 1973
 
ForeverYoung: This is a very interesting game. White snatching a pawn then weathering black's counterplay then negotiates a very difficult ending in which he has to escape the queen checks by black.
 
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