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Howard
Member since Oct-09-06 · Last seen Jul-24-17
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   Howard has kibitzed 2722 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-24-17 Short vs Kasparov, 1993
 
Howard: If I remember correctly, this was the game in which when Short played 6.Bc4, it literally knocked GM Patrick Wolff off his chair! More specifically.....Wolff was in the press room in London watching the game, and when 6.Bc4 came up on the screen, he was--at the time--sitting in a ...
 
   Jul-24-17 A Dueckstein vs Pachman, 1962
 
Howard: 26.Ba4 was probably what patzer2 meant---"26.Ba6" is obviously impossible.
 
   Jul-24-17 K Rogoff vs Kavalek, 1978
 
Howard: Just obtained a copy of that aforementioned 1979 issue of CL&R---it states that the "fairly obvious 50.P-K4" would have drawn.
 
   Jul-24-17 Korchnoi vs Karpov, 1978
 
Howard: 40.Nf4! would have won according to the Informant.
 
   Jul-24-17 Fischer vs J Sherwin, 1957
 
Howard: You're probably not missing anything--but, since the move Fischer actually played was good enough to wrap up the win, it probably didn't matter.
 
   Jul-24-17 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985
 
Howard: In response to that inquiry...take a look at White's queen, on d3 !
 
   Jul-22-17 Spassky vs Uhlmann, 1976 (replies)
 
Howard: An issue from "CL&R" in 1979 stated that current theory (in 1979, mind you!) said that 6...Nbc6 was considered best for Black, keeping his options open. Anyone know NOW what theory states?
 
   Jul-22-17 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
 
Howard: For the record, a reader asked in the January, 1979 issue of CL&R why Capa didn't play 25...Rxd4. The reason was.... ...tell ya what. Let's let the readers look at that one. I'll get back to you all later on this.
 
   Jul-22-17 Browne vs Huebner, 1975
 
Howard: Just found it! In the January, 1979 issue, Mednis states that the "sophisticated" 85.Bb6! would have won. For the record, the tournament book doesn't indicate this, but then it doesn't give much analysis to this long ending anyway.
 
   Jul-21-17 Miles vs Yusupov, 1985 (replies)
 
Howard: What does THAT game have to do with this discussion ?
 
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