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Gene M
Member since Nov-06-05 · Last seen Feb-07-18
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   Gene M has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jan-06-18 F Kleist vs M Bluvshtein, 2001
Gene M: 23.. kf8<g? worsened the Komodo_9 evaluation (FixedDepth =12) for Black, from +1.4 to +2.0. The reason is that White's f2-Rook is given an indirect attack on Black's king, kinda pinning Black's f6-pawn. Better was pawn advance 23.. f65. Next, 24. Nc4<a5 threatened 25. ...
   Jan-03-11 Petrosian vs Korchnoi, 1963 (replies)
Gene M: In a review on of an A.Soltis book, Petrosian's blunder is alluded to (in review687 .pdf): My notes of the review mention a similar blunder: Levenfish-Riumin, 1936, Moscow After qe2, White replied weakly with Ng3?, where ...
   Jan-01-11 Short vs Miles, 1980 (replies)
Gene M: Miles, Short, and Fritz all agree Miles lost on blunder 47.. nf8<d7, which changed the Fritz eval from +0.7 to +3.0. Better was 47.. rg2<b; or possibly even n:e5<d7 eyeing 3 pawns as compensation for being down a minor officer. 48. h6<5 destroy's Black's control of the ...
   Sep-16-10 Fischerandom Chess (replies)
Gene M: Undoubtedly the size of White's unfair advantage is bigger in some FRC-chess960 setups than it is in the traditional setup, and smaller in some others. What we have not yet learned about chess is: What are the factors that make White's advantage relatively larger or smaller. And what
   Jul-25-09 Ed Trice chessforum (replies)
Gene M: . Be more careful please with the wild guesses. I do not know who 'PinnedPiece' is. I do not care about the argument you two are engaged in with each other. I have never before visited this page, and this time I was pinged because my moniker was mentioned. GeneM (the real GeneM) .
   Jul-12-09 Alexander Markovich Mikhalevski
Gene M: Bummer that the game A.Mikhalevsky-Mittelman 1999 is not in, nor in Mega Database from, nor in HugeBase database from Convekta. The game is cited on page 64 in Amatzia Avni's book "The Grandmaster's Mind". I think Alexander M. is the younger brother of ...
   Jan-19-08 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Gene M: I hear more vitriole against Bobby Fischer who merely spoke bad words, than I hear against the latest murderer or embezzler in AnyCity USA. "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." How many people did Bobby shoot, or even threaten with physical violence? ...
   Nov-26-06 Timman vs Judit Polgar, 2000 (replies)
Gene M: This Timman-Polgar 2000 game is discussed in Joh Nunn's book "Understanding Chess Move by Move", page 77-87.
   Feb-25-06 YouRang chessforum (replies)
Gene M: Cu8sFan (re your post 2006/02/23 about chess statistics), If you like a few statistics in chess, you might like my new chess book entitled... "Play Stronger Chess by Examining Chess960: Usable Strategies of Fischer Random Chess Discovered" It has a few sections discussing chess ...
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