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NyP
Member since Aug-02-07 · Last seen Sep-05-19
Living in Budapest. Favorite player: Judit Polgár.

   NyP has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-30-19 Egor Filipets vs A G Aleksandrov, 2018 (replies)
 
NyP: Why do they call this variation "Agincourt" defense?
 
   Jan-19-17 Otto Breitenstein (replies)
 
NyP: His games are from a THEME tournament.
 
   Jun-27-16 Endre Steiner (replies)
 
NyP: <Caissanist> Strictly speaking he was not a holocaust victim, as he died during labour service. He was recruited to the regular Hungarian army, but "unreliable" people were not given arms (political left, jews, etc). Their fate depended on their officers. For some this service was
 
   Dec-31-15 J Shahade vs Wang Pin, 2002 (replies)
 
NyP: <Kenkaku - Perhaps 30...Rf8 would save.> I'm not shure if it saves the day. Just one example: 30.--Rf8 31. Qh4+ Rf6 32. Rd3 Qc7 33. Qb4+ Kf7 34 Bh5+
 
   Nov-06-15 Alekhine vs F Kiss, 1927 (replies)
 
NyP: Some information about Ferenc Kiss: His name is pronounced "Kish", meaning "Little" in Hungarian and is one of the most common family names. Ferenc Kiss was an actor, one of the biggest stars of his time. In 1936 he invited Alekhine to his home and they played a game. After the game ...
 
   Sep-15-14 M Rodshtein vs J D Tisdall, 2014 (replies)
 
NyP: <Trebbybear> I don't see the win for black after 23...Re3: 24.Re3 Qf4+ 25.Ke2 Bg4+ 26 Kd2
 
   Jun-02-13 E Tate vs Shabalov, 2006 (replies)
 
NyP: <An Englishman: ...Black might have had some fighting chances here with 23...f7-f6, planning ...Kf7, ...Rf8 and ...Kg8> I agree, it is a very logical plan and it saves the king for the time being. The problem, I believe, is, that after f6-Qe3 white has too many other threats: Nf4,
 
   May-19-13 Yifan Hou vs Lagno, 2012 (replies)
 
NyP: <An Englishman: ...Black would have to settle for perpetual check after 38...Qh5+. I presume that White can escape the checks, but how?> I also thought that black can secure the draw with Qh5-Kg1-Qd1. I guess the solution is Qh5-Kg3!
 
   Jan-27-13 Tata Steel Group B (2013) (replies)
 
NyP: Rapport played for the win from the beginning with black against a 2600+ GM.
 
   Dec-01-12 FIDE Grand Prix Tashkent (2012) (replies)
 
NyP: <Jambow: Has Leko ever won with black before?> Since year 2000 Leko could beat only some unknown patzers with black, like: Anand (Corus) Kramnik (WCh) Ivanchuk (Ningbo) Topalov (Candidates) Gelfand (Dortmund) Kamsky (Tal Memorial) Polgar J (Budapest) - not ...
 
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