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Tournament Chess Player since 1974 - Old, cranky dislikes too many things, but finds even more amusing. Writer, Teacher, have lived just about everywhere. Favorite player is handle, also like Tarrasch, Capablanca, Janowski, Rubinstein, Lasker, Alekhine, Keres, Fischer, Tal, Stein, Kasparov, (have attained grudging respect for Karpov) Morozevich, Anand, Caruana. Addicted chess book hoarder. Currently live in Washington, D.C. metro area. Full Member

   SteinitzLives has kibitzed 1305 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-19-16 Reti vs Tarrasch, 1922
SteinitzLives: Loved black's position up to move 7, after that it is all down hill. 8 . . . . . Nge7 is as lame as it looks, and ultimately is the final weakness that loses. When black did not take enough active queenside initiative (which is often, but not always what playing . . . . c4 is ...
   Dec-02-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
SteinitzLives: I think Karjakin's seconds deserve a lot of credit, think of training the challenger to endure long grueling endgames for hours and hours portraying an opponent who would keep the game alive and take just enough of a risk to try to cause an error. Carlsen tried to be Carlsen ...
   Dec-01-16 Steinitz vs G Marco, 1896
SteinitzLives: Count the pawn breaks that work for white and don't work for black, very instructive.
   Nov-06-16 Kavalek vs Kraidman, 1969
SteinitzLives: Wow what a game! Kraidman plays the less popular 3. . . . exd4 against the Petrov (modern variation) sacs the exchange, and keeps up great pressure on mighty Lubosh, double-edged and real exciting! I castled with black on move 10 in the game I played, and was able to get ...
   Aug-06-16 D Hell
SteinitzLives: A, B, and C must be the first three rings of it. . . . Or perhaps where a student's parents send junior after a bad academic report card.
   Aug-06-16 Samuel Reshevsky (replies)
SteinitzLives: <keypusher> Yes, a contemporaneous article would naturally trump wikipedia. In this specific case, note that accountants come in all forms and fashions, public private, gov't, solo practitioners, tax or audit specialists, not to mention, do I dare: consultants and ...
   Aug-06-16 Sinquefield Cup (2016) (replies)
SteinitzLives: It's very possible that most of these GMs get asked for their autographs pretty regularly, so maybe they wrote fast and sloppily out of habit, or perhaps the marker was too big for the small space they had to write in. I just wish one of them had had enough disdain for ...
   Jul-19-16 Odd Lie (replies)
SteinitzLives: Reminds me of an innuendo: an Italian suppository.
   Jul-12-16 Kramnik vs R Buhmann, 2016 (replies)
SteinitzLives: Yes, that was on chess24's feed too, but it was a mistake of some sort. This drawn game will go down as one of the most exciting and imbalanced ones of the tourney! Gutsy sac by Vlad, good moves by Buhmann, very entertaining and instructive.
   Jun-26-16 S Shankland vs Ganguly, 2016 (replies)
SteinitzLives: Black seems warn out in this game, where as white's pieces and pawn center have so much more life and mobility to them. Great to see Shankland, who is now the 7 game winner, catch him.
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