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   domradave has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-05-18 Ulf Andersson vs G Sigurjonsson, 1979 (replies)
domradave: I saw a lecture on this game at the Marshall Chess Club by Bernard Zuckerman. His point was that you don't need sacrifices to ground down your opponent!
   Oct-16-17 Areshchenko vs A Demchenko, 2017
domradave: Soltis gave the solution in yesterday's Post. 37 NF4 and h4 and then the other Knight to h5-g3 mate.
   Jan-29-17 Raymond Keene (replies)
domradave: I love the book on Nimzovich. Ray, you certainly learned a lot from Nimzo and I have learned a lot from you and your books. Happy Birthday!
   Apr-17-16 Wen Yang vs V Artemiev, 2016 (replies)
domradave: Andy Soltis in today's New York Post says that not taking the rook would have lead to a draw by perpetual check.
   Apr-28-15 Bogoljubov vs Reti, 1923 (replies)
domradave: I love this game! I first saw it in Fred Reinfeld's THE COMPLETE CHESSPLAYER. What Reti does with the knight is just amazing!
   Jan-27-15 Fred Reinfeld (replies)
domradave: Reinfeld's book, THE COMPLETE CHESSPLAYER is a great place to start. I just finished his book on Capablanca. In his book, THE UNKNOWN ALEKHINE, he claims Alekhine was the greater player.
   Jan-03-15 Matthew Green
domradave: I played some speed chess with Green at the Queens Chess club in the early 80s. I couldn't beat him. He always opened with the English opening.
   Dec-19-14 Asa Hoffmann (replies)
domradave: I think Asa is a good guy. Every encounter I had with him was fine.
   Dec-16-14 Paul Keres (replies)
domradave: I have Fine's Basic Chess Endings and Keres' Practical Chess Endings and much prefer Keres. It is simpler and there are less variations. So I will go through Keres first and Fine second.
   Dec-13-14 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
domradave: As Raymond Keene points out in his book on The Modern Defense, this is almost one of the greatest games ever played! Petrosian sacs the exchange on move 29 but can't find the correct follow-up. A shame!
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