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STYNTZ
Member since May-21-03 · Last seen Nov-06-18
m/56, played only couple of years.rated around 1650 on chessnet. favorite player is morphy, fav openings are kgambit and danish. i live in ontario,canada
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   STYNTZ has kibitzed 74 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
STYNTZ: if anyone is familiar with an opening system known as STONEWALL could they please tell me the eco or how i can search for it here ? thanks in advance
 
   Apr-08-07 WannaBe chessforum (replies)
 
STYNTZ: thank u sir. i will try that method. it seems that fritz handles pgn as a text file,then. i have used CHESSMASTER, and it brings in PGN directly. i was told fritz was better,but i havent played one agaist the other yet. thanks again for the help
 
   Oct-09-05 Keres vs Vladimir Petrov, 1940 (replies)
 
STYNTZ: if i live to be 100 and play every day i wiould never see 21 B-c4.i wonder how long it took keres to find that move.exquisite does noy even come close to describing it!!!
 
   Mar-13-05 Morphy vs Loewenthal, 1858 (replies)
 
STYNTZ: the idea of 100 pd. compared to todays dollars is a little short of the mark. if a teachers pay then was 93 pounds as stated on the other website, today a teachers salary is $40,000 and up. therefore they were playing for the equivilant of 30 to 40 thousand dollars. that is a ...
 
   Jan-03-04 Morphy vs A Morphy, 1848 (replies)
 
STYNTZ: according to the player profile,morphy was born in 1837. that means when he played this game he was 11. he shows more understanding of the game than players that have been at it for years!!
 
   Dec-28-03 Steinitz vs W J Wilson, 1862 (replies)
 
STYNTZ: so we are all in agreement that 13--Bxe5 leads to a win for black. is it possible that steinitz missed this rather obvious move or did he have a resource that we have not found yet? it may be that he knew that his opponent would not hesitate to attack the king and only looked that ...
 
   Aug-03-03 J Penrose vs Pryor, 1980 (replies)
 
STYNTZ: another DANISH GAMBIT. it is amazing how many times black gets destroyed with it. maybe it should have its own opening code to distinguish from center game propper.
 
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