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King Harvest
Member since Jan-07-16 · Last seen Mar-16-19
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   King Harvest has kibitzed 72 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-07-19 Ivanchuk vs de Firmian, 1989 (replies)
 
King Harvest: I'm enjoying listening to players better than I admit to flailing at this "medium" puzzle lol. Not that I solved it...
 
   Feb-23-19 Rossolimo vs I Romanenko, 1948
 
King Harvest: Beautiful puzzle from start to finish... the start is so easy, too, but I certainly couldn't see this one thru to the end.
 
   Feb-14-19 Foltys vs Golombek, 1947 (replies)
 
King Harvest: <goldfarbdj:... the main thing I want to point out is that comment from chrisowen, from nine years back. I knew he was getting worse over time, but....!!!!> Wow. That blows up my theory that <chrisowen> is a chessgames cipher/super-puzzle.
 
   Feb-12-19 D Reca vs Reti, 1924
 
King Harvest: To finish... 33.Kh4 g5#... and that's a mate you don't see everyday... and a "pure mate" as well, I believe.
 
   Feb-12-19 K H Podzielny vs L Cako, 2009 (replies)
 
King Harvest: <SpamIAm: Solution is a Podzielny of Cako.> Made me groan, and then <SpamIAm: Figment of my i-magyar-nation!> made me Groningen.
 
   Feb-10-19 K Commons vs P Peev, 1976 (replies)
 
King Harvest: In re: the pun... seems a bit pedestrian... I prefer... C'mmons, hurry up, I've got to peev.
 
   Feb-01-19 E Rotunno vs Alekhine, 1938 (replies)
 
King Harvest: @<1stboard> I didn't run it through a chess engine so check my work but I don't think 37.e3 is an alternate solution. 37...e3 38.Qxf4 exf2+ 39.Kxf2 (not 39. Qxf2? Qd1+ with mate to follow) and I think black has serious problems. and 37...e3 38.Qxf4 Qd1+ 39.Rf1 e2 might ...
 
   Jan-24-19 V S Gujrathi vs M Antipov, 2017 (replies)
 
King Harvest: @TheaN <Not really sure where CG is heading with their puzzles in some late examples. 32.Rc1, winning, is not really a puzzle. It was my pick for lack of something better...> 100% -- I agree. I'm opposed to complaining about something free especially when it's something ...
 
   Jan-21-19 A Escobar Forero vs F La Rota, 2008 (replies)
 
King Harvest: Also, what the heck kind of name is <La Rota!?> Isn't that Spanish for "the broken"?
 
   Jan-15-19 Wang Hao vs M Kravtsiv, 2008 (replies)
 
King Harvest: I enjoyed <TheaN>'s and <drollere>'s comments. Thank God CG puzzles aren't a formal competition. We have chess itself for that! I too evaluate puzzles according to their worth on a Monday to Sunday scale quite like TheaN's. However each regular solver inevitably ...
 
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