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dbailey
Member since Jan-18-03 · Last seen Mar-13-07
Live: Appleton, Wisconsin
Age: 16
Opening: Reti
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   dbailey has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-30-03 Ehlvest vs J Nogueiras, 2000 (replies)
 
dbailey: 19. .. Ne5?? Perhaps it would have been better if he didn't capture the bishop on the next move, but instead 20. .. Rxd1 if the bishop takes the queen, Rxe1 will but black good. For 22. Bf1 Nxe4 or 22. Bf1 Rxf1 both sees to work for black. If white did take the rook after 20. .. ...
 
   May-30-03 Spassky vs M Rivas Pastor, 1991 (replies)
 
dbailey: Cannot stop the threat of mate on g8 with the rook. 15. Rhd1 was a great move not only because it gained a tempo, but it was an excellent refute to the preceeding pawn move by black. Also, by black's capturing of the knight with his pawn, allowed his pawns to be doubled on the ...
 
   May-30-03 King's Indian Attack (A07) (replies)
 
dbailey: 1. Nf3 d5 2. c4 is also know as a Reti system.
 
   May-29-03 J Olsar vs L Betko, 2000 (replies)
 
dbailey: Three connected pass pawns against one rook is no match.
 
   May-29-03 Chigorin vs Steinitz, 1892 (replies)
 
dbailey: If 47. .. Rxd5 then 48. Ng6+ Kg8 49. Nxe7+ Kf7 (or Kg8) 50. Nxd5 wins.
 
   May-09-03 Fischerandom Chess (replies)
 
dbailey: Well, i don't think anyone could really (or would want to) find any opening theory for one of these 959 board positions. It would be a waste of time, and you only have a 1 in 959 chance of getting that board again to put all that time into winning results. Even the opening theory of
 
   May-08-03 E Dekker vs J L Switzar, 1874 (replies)
 
dbailey: A great short game, ending it with the traping of the queen. The Knight shouldn't have taken it's scope off of the important d4 square, by trying to grap an pawn.
 
   Apr-14-03 Khalifman vs Tiviakov, 2003 (replies)
 
dbailey: Do you mean [Shadout Mapes] 34. Bh7+ Kxh7 35.exf7?
 
   Mar-03-03 A Lein vs D Pruess, 2003 (replies)
 
dbailey: Why would he do 78. Kd5 ? Wouldn't that let him get a queen with check, and a draw?
 
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