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bishop
Member since Jan-05-02 · Last seen Jul-29-15
I live in Coconut Creek Florida, my rating is in the 2200 range, I think that the strongest players of all time are in order, Paul Morphy, Bobby Fischer, Jose Raul Capablanca. Alexander Alekhine, Emanuel Lasker.
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   bishop has kibitzed 880 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-14-03 Chigorin vs H Caro, 1898 (replies)
 
bishop: 36...Ne7 37.Rxe7+ Rxe7 38.Qh5+ Kd8(...Kf8 Qf7#) 39.Qh8+ Re8 40.Qf6+ Re7 41.Qxe7#
 
   Oct-14-03 Von Der Lasa vs Dufresne, 1850
 
bishop: xu fei, I believe that you can only truly call a position a zugzwang if ANY move that you make makes your position worse. Since 30...c6 did not make Black's position worse than it already was and even threatened to improve it, you cannot actually call the position after 30.Kf2 ...
 
   Oct-14-03 Pillsbury vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
 
bishop: ughaibu, in your line 29.Nc5 Bxc5 30.e6 Black looks like he can survive after ...Kd6. But 29.Nxf8+ is good enough.
 
   Oct-14-03 Lasker vs Bird, 1890 (replies)
 
bishop: If 20...Bxb5 21.Rxe7 b6 22.a4 Ba6(or Bc4) 23.Re1 and White has an the edge because of his better Rooks. If 26...exd5 maybe better is 27.cxd5 but this looks ok for Black. There seems to be no good alternative to 45...Rh8 as ...Kg7 allows, after 46.c5, the White King to penetrate into ...
 
   Oct-04-03 Lahno vs P Nikolic, 2003
 
bishop: 9...Re8 is a normal book move to have the Rook do some work if the center should open up. 10...Rf8 is the only way to protect f7, however Black is not losing a tempo as White will have to retreat his Knight with no improvement to his position. 12..Re8 once again places the Rook in ...
 
   Oct-04-03 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
 
bishop: Capablanca could not possibly have missed the simple move 41.Rc1, there simply was no way for him to escape from the fatal pin. The losing move seems to be 34...Qc7 after which Capablanca's Rook is in trouble.
 
   Sep-26-03 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
 
bishop: After some thought I have a slightly different opinion as to what really happened in the Deeep Blue- Kasparov match. The match was suppose to be a draw! Lets remember that earlier in the match Kasparov resigned in, as later analysis proved, a drawn position. The last game was suppose
 
   Sep-24-03 J W te Kolste vs Bogoljubov, 1925 (replies)
 
bishop: White plays to timidly vs the sicilian. The combination of f3 and castles short, cannot possibly succeed vs this opening. Bogoljubov's ...b4 and ...d5 are standard operating procedure. 15.Bf4 was a losing move.
 
   Sep-23-03 L Christiansen vs C Madsen, 1975 (replies)
 
bishop: Look 5 squares to your left. By the way your name sounds offensive.
 
   Sep-23-03 Marshall vs Chigorin, 1902 (replies)
 
bishop: Marshall routs Chigorin and the Chigorin. The experimental 4...Na5 has not been tried again, according to the Opening Explorer.
 
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