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Theoryhack
Member since Feb-23-04 · Last seen Jun-12-13
Steve James, UK. BCF 165, play for Bourne End, Maidenhead, Bucks county and Hilsmark kingfisher
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   Theoryhack has kibitzed 55 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-10-11 E Korchmar vs E Poliak, 1937 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: That has to be one of the cutest game I have ever seen :)
 
   Apr-05-05 W Zili vs R M D P de Almeida, 1996
 
Theoryhack: The portugese was a lot of fun to play back in the 90s. White is comming to grips with it now. 3 Nf3! is a handy way of avoiding it. (3...Bg4 4 Bb5! Nbd7 5 h3)
 
   Apr-05-05 Jonkman vs T Ellenbroek, 1996 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: e6 was poor - c6 was better. Be4 hastenbed the end, but Bg6 h4 and then what?
 
   Apr-05-05 B Stepanovic vs O Ivannikov, 1995
 
Theoryhack: 5 Nf3! to prevent e5 is best. 5 Nc3 also allows e5 with the usual difficulties.
 
   Apr-05-05 J Kopal vs T Gelashvili, 1994
 
Theoryhack: 6 d5!
 
   Apr-05-05 T Holosova vs M Dvorakova, 1994 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: If 4 d4 Nc6 then 5 d5!. Here, with 4 Nf3 Nc6, 5 Bb5! Bd7 6 OO
 
   Apr-05-05 A Poesinger vs C Schmidl, 1993 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: 6...Qc7! 7...Bf5!
 
   Apr-05-05 T Aalto vs NN, 1993 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: With the black queen on a5, this would have failed to 8...Qxe5
 
   Apr-05-05 O Korneev vs W Hettler, 1993 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: Normal is 4...Nf6 5 Nf3 and then a6. 5...b5 simply didnt stopnd5 in the way nf6 would have done.
 
   Apr-05-05 M Peltola vs E Maljutin, 1992 (replies)
 
Theoryhack: Cute! de is always going to be pain, Kxd1 is going to be bad pain. but still, nice play by Black who made things look very easy.
 
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