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RadioBoy
Member since Dec-03-15 · Last seen Sep-21-19
1973 Ohio High School co-champion. Highest rating 1989. Favorite players Korchnoi, Tal, Lasker, Bronstein.

   RadioBoy has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-08-19 J Tompa vs Plachetka, 1974 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Played a blindfold chess game my freshman year in college with about 20 people watching. Won in about 20 moves and for a couple weeks afterward people were still giving me funny looks just short of checking me for cloven hooves and a tail.
 
   Aug-23-19 Fischer vs Gligoric, 1966 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: I have lost count of the number of important (for me or my team) games that I won in my younger days with the exchange variation as white. Keep your pawns on a3, b2 & c3 and never undouble Black's c pawns. Remember to leave a few pawns on the kings side. Innocently shuffle about ...
 
   Aug-05-19 Tal vs Portisch, 1958
 
RadioBoy: 33...Kf5 34.ng7+! Kg6 35.Qxc4 Kxg7 36.Qxe4 retains the piece.
 
   Jul-30-19 Stahlberg vs Bronstein, 1950 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Unless botvinnik admits to 'scheming' in his own games I suspect that it is a not-so-subtle put down. Like he wins by astute tactical analysis and planning while everyone else has to resort to 'scheming'.
 
   Jul-21-19 Keres vs Spassky, 1955 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Gadzooks! The spectator behind Keres is smoking!
 
   Jul-08-19 Huebner vs Korchnoi, 1980
 
RadioBoy: korchnoi may not exactly be impartial, but he claimed that in the match after that that petrosian was cheating by shaking the table when it was his turn to move. supposedly that was why huebner resigned the match, because he was too much of a gentleman to accuse petrosian of ...
 
   Jul-08-19 Korchnoi vs Spassky, 1977
 
RadioBoy: What makes you think that Korchnoi was paranoid? After he defected every grandmaster of note in the Soviet Union signed a letter accusing him of being a traitor to the people. Except for botvinick and bronstein I believe. And the KGB slapped his son into a work camp during his ...
 
   Jun-27-19 L Karlsson vs Korchnoi, 1986
 
RadioBoy: Where's the knockout punch after 40.Bg2?
 
   Jun-27-19 K Niemi vs P Cramling, 2005 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Why not 37. Bf2 or Qf2?
 
   Jun-19-19 Janowski vs Lasker, 1909 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Edward Lasker in the magazine chess life wrote an amazing tournament report of New York 1924 in which he participated. About Janowski he noted that no sooner would he win first prize in a tournament then he would lose it all back immediately at the roulette table. Janowski was also
 
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