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Jack Rabbit
Member since Jul-09-04 · Last seen Feb-05-13
I play chess just well enough to know after the game which move I should not have made. That does not keep me from loving the game or wishing to learn to play it much better.
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   Jack Rabbit has kibitzed 201 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-26-05 Anand vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: <Per>: Try http://marca.todoajedrez.tv/live.htm If that doesn't work, you can get there through the official site.
 
   Feb-25-05 Leko vs Anand, 2005 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: Vallejo-Kasparov has spun into a Queen's Gambit Accepted.
 
   Feb-24-05 Anand vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: <19. Kb1> is a good prophyactic move. White's threats are still on the table.
 
   Feb-22-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: From out of the Rabbit hole . . . Topalov-Adams - Leko-Kasparov - Kasidzhanov-Vallejo 1-0
 
   Feb-05-05 Onischuk vs Vyzmanavin, 1994
 
Jack Rabbit: After <61 Rb6+ Ke7 62 g7> Black surrenders after either <62 -- Kf7 63 Rb7+> or allowing the Lucena position with <62 -- Rh8+ 63 Kg8 Ke8 64 Rb2>.
 
   Feb-05-05 Polugaevsky vs Nunn, 1982 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: <66 -- Kg6 67 Rf2 Ra7+!> (67 -- Rc1+ will yield the Lucena position after 68 Kd8 Rd1+ 69 Ke8 Rd1 70 e7) <68 Kd6> (68 Kb6 Re7 69 Re1 Kf6) <68 -- Ra6+> and the White King must either abandon the Pawn or submit to a repetition of moves.
 
   Feb-05-05 Taimanov vs Larsen, 1970 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: The defending King is cut off from the queening square and the attacking King is in contact with the Pawn. 1. <65 -- Rg7 66 Kh5 Rh7+ 67 Kg6> 2. <65 -- Ke4 66 Rf7> and White shuffles forward. 3. <65 -- Kd5 66 Kh5 Rh8+ 67 Kg6 Rg8+ 68 Kh6 Rh8+ 69 Kg7> 4. The best ...
 
   Feb-05-05 Najdorf vs Petrosian, 1966 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: Interesting way of winning with the Rook Pawn. The White King will be cut off from with the Black King on escort duty and the Rook able to shield attacks. 1. <75 Kd2 Kb2> 2. <75 Kd3 Kb2 76 Rh2+ Kb1 77 Rh1+ Rc1> 3. <75 Kd4 Kb2 76 Rh2+ Rc2>
 
   Feb-05-05 Najdorf vs P Michel, 1946 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: It's a Lucena variant, and not much of a variant. <75 -- Ke7 76 Re4+ Kd6 77 Kf7 Rf2+> (77 -- Kd5 78 Re7 Rf2+ 79 Ke8 Rg2 80 Kf8 Rf2+ 81 Rf7 1-0) <78 Kg6 Rg6+ 79 Kf6 Rf2+ 80 Kg5 Rg5+ 81 Rg4 1-0> It's good exercise to solve it from the diagram.
 
   Jan-30-05 I Sokolov vs Anand, 2005 (replies)
 
Jack Rabbit: A draw has been agreed. Congratulations to Peter Leko.
 
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