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drukenknight
Member since Sep-24-02 · Last seen Jul-26-13
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   drukenknight has kibitzed 5065 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-05-13 Lasker vs N Whitaker, 1907 (replies)
 
drukenknight: Con artist works continues after death and new, exotic fortress for you ... Well I guess even after his death Norman Whitaker may have fooled us all; there's still no mate in there we (my buddy is stronger than me) cannot find any. So from the final position we used the crap ...
 
   Apr-07-13 Naiditsch vs W So, 2012 (replies)
 
drukenknight: Going without computer here; but it seems to me 40...Re6 gets the R back to the third rank where it belongs. However, if white gets a passed pawn on the a file it will be deadly to the fortress. I am sure these GMs know this, so he gave check on move 40 to try to remove the a ...
 
   Apr-06-13 Tal vs Timman, 1985 (replies)
 
drukenknight: tough game to figure, thank you for all your comments, bg. I will try to work it again...
 
   Nov-28-12 Kavalek vs Fischer, 1967 (replies)
 
drukenknight: no it should win. I had set up the pieces wrong the last time i tried to work this.
 
   Mar-27-12 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1959 (replies)
 
drukenknight: 26 Qf4 followed by QxQ seems to lead to an interesting endgame. Still looking at it to be sure, move 26 might be one of the last chances for white to hold on; as the latter stages of this are bleak for white. Having re looked at this, it is very good game for both sides, I ...
 
   Mar-15-12 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
 
drukenknight: Oh I finally got some more input on BABIP. It seems to be about 0.02 stand deviation from a mean of about 0.29 I believe. here is thread, classic illustration of pitcher Hellickson who sabr geeks think he will regress and Hellickson of course doesnt buy it: ...
 
   Mar-11-12 Steinitz vs Anderssen, 1866 (replies)
 
drukenknight: it looks like even stronger for white was: 24 Nd6 I get something like: 24. Nd6 Re6 25. Rc4 Qb2 26. Nb7 a4 27. Rb1 Qa2 28. Nc5 axb3 29. Ra1
 
   Mar-11-12 Morphy vs S Boden, 1858 (replies)
 
drukenknight: why not 13...Ne3?
 
   Feb-29-12 Fischer vs G Forintos, 1967 (replies)
 
drukenknight: 35...h4 may be the way to hold this getting something like: 36. Kf2 Bd5 37. Bd6+ Kg7 38. Re7 Be6 39. Ra7 Rd5 40. Bb4 Bc8 41. Rc7 Bd7 42. g4 hxg3+ 43. Kxg3 Kg6 44. h4 f6 45. Bc3
 
   Feb-29-12 Gligoric vs Fischer, 1967 (replies)
 
drukenknight: what I am looking at is 44 Ng4 in order to give the Q more scope on the a6 diagonal and the N is close enuf to maybe give a check later. also what about 50 Qa7?
 
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