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Pawn and Two
Member since May-08-05 · Last seen Nov-23-14
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   Pawn and Two has kibitzed 1277 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-28-14 Biographer Bistro (replies)
Pawn and Two: <gauer> The dates for the Spassky-Geller Candidates Quarterfinal Match (1968) are given by B. Cafferty in his book, <Candidates Matches 1968>. The match was held in Sukhumi from April 2nd to the 17th. Referee: V. Mikenas Seconds: Spassky - Bondarevsky; Geller - ...
   Nov-09-13 Pillsbury vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <TheFocus> Thanks for the information on Wenman's book on Pillsbury. I was not aware of this book. I do have another book on Pillsbury, "Pillsbury The Extraordinary" , by Andrew Soltis & Ken Smith, published by Chess Digest, Inc. This book includes 30 of Pillsbury's ...
   Nov-08-13 Geller vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
Pawn and Two: Here is a very confusing explanation of the "en passant" rule, published more than a century ago in "The British Chess Code", and retained as late as 1918 in, "The International Chess Code" - London & New York 1918.
   Oct-26-13 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
Pawn and Two: <Phony Benoni> I have submitted all the missing games, and pertinent information for Bad Oeynhausen 1939, including the missing or incorrect information for the games currently in our database. I posted a note on the Biographer's Bistro page.
   Sep-22-13 Taimanov vs Matulovic, 1970 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <thegoodanarchist> A nice new car in 1970 would have cost considerably more than $1,450. I know someone who bought a new car back then, and the price was in line with the following information:
   Aug-30-13 Capablanca vs Tartakower, 1924 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <maxi & Life Master AJ> After the move 36...a6!, were you also able to find a drawing line against the variation indicated by <Peligroso Patzer> on May 6, 2012?: 37.Kh5! b5 38.Kg6!. If you have analysis, please post it. This line should provide some interesting ...
   Aug-15-13 Alekhine vs Bogoljubov, 1929 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <WCC Editing Project> Thank you for posting the link to the Taylor Kingston reviews. This was the first time I had seen these reviews. I have both the Bogoljubow book, and the Petrovs book. There is a lot of interesting information in both books. However, I wish they ...
   Jul-11-13 Zukertort vs Blackburne, 1883 (replies)
Pawn and Two: This game was in a fine balance until Black's 22nd move: [DIAGRAM] At this point, Blackburne played 22...Nxf6??, and then Zukertort found the winning line, matching Houdini's analysis exactly for the following moves: (4.68) (26 ply) 22...Nxf6?? 23.f5! Ne4 24.Bxe4! dxe4 ...
   Jul-08-13 H Steiner vs Reshevsky, 1936 (replies)
Pawn and Two: After 10 rounds in the 1936 U.S. Championship, with 5 rounds remaining, the leading scores were: 7 1/2 - Treysman 7 - Dake, Reshevsky, Simonson 6 1/2 - Fine, Kashdan 6 - Kevitz, Kupchik This round 11 win over Steiner was a vital score for Reshevsky, as the final tally shows
   Jun-30-13 Alekhine vs Kashdan, 1931 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <Phony Benoni> In the tournament book, "Bled 1931 International Chess Tournament" by Hans Kmoch, Caissa Edition, translated from the original 1934 Russian edition by Jimmy Adams, we find the following information regarding your questions for this game: The number of moves
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