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benba57
Member since Mar-02-07 · Last seen Dec-05-08
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   benba57 has kibitzed 105 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-08-08 A Doherty vs M Ashby, 1988 (replies)
 
benba57: Bh6 is not check.
 
   Apr-02-08 Spassky vs M Nurmamedov, 1960
 
benba57: King's gambit often can lead to a queenside majority for white, if an endgame arrises.
 
   Apr-02-08 Spassky vs Furman, 1959 (replies)
 
benba57: Don't worry PolishPentium, everyone has considered that move in this game.
 
   Apr-02-08 Spassky vs Averbakh, 1955 (replies)
 
benba57: Response to refutor: I agree completely; however Qe8, Qf8, and Qg8 all look very passive. After any of these moves white will quickly control the e-file.
 
   Mar-31-08 Opocensky vs Alekhine, 1936 (replies)
 
benba57: One would think white's rook on the 7th rank would be an advantage, but I suppose not.
 
   Mar-31-08 Fritz vs Kramnik, 2000 (replies)
 
benba57: Bf3 is a great sacrafice, and it's certainly interesting that Fritz does not see it. It seems like the more you study games played by chess computers the stranger they get.
 
   Mar-31-08 H Kennicott vs B Raphael, 1857 (replies)
 
benba57: Interesting combination by black on moves 13-17
 
   Mar-31-08 E Williams vs Staunton, 1851 (replies)
 
benba57: Does anyone know what characterizes the Staunton variation?
 
   Mar-22-08 C F Schmid vs Blackburne, 1881
 
benba57: Knight13, if white plays 19. Ra1 black can simply win the b pawn with ... Bxd3 20. white recaptures (either way is fine for black) Knight takes b2.
 
   Jul-31-07 Mackenzie vs M Judd, 1881 (replies)
 
benba57: I enjoyed the position after move 8. It makes me a bit nervous but it seems to be a sound idea for black.
 
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