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Member since Feb-21-04 · Last seen Feb-14-16
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   foodfight has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-31-14 J Burnett vs D Howell, 2014 (replies)
 
foodfight: Andrew Martin featured this 1st round game in a "Game of the Day" video @ http://britishchesschampionships.co...
 
   Jul-31-14 Emms vs C Ward, 2014
 
foodfight: Andrew Martin did a "Game of the Day" video on this game at http://britishchesschampionships.co...
 
   Sep-14-10 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
 
foodfight: Lubomir Kavalek annotates this game here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dy...
 
   Dec-23-09 Michael Prusikin (replies)
 
foodfight: One of Prusikin's games is featured at "Informant at Chess Cafe." http://www.chesscafe.com/informant/... The game is: M. Prusikin 2529 A. Braun 2558 Deutschland (h) 2009 1-0 Please post it if you can.
 
   Aug-01-08 Pelletier vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
foodfight: A video at chessedelic covers this game starting at 22. Qb2 http://www.chessedelic.com/2008/07/...
 
   Jul-15-08 J Gustafsson vs Leko, 2008 (replies)
 
foodfight: see video at http://www.truveo.com/Chess-News-19...
 
   Dec-31-07 Short vs Karpov, 1989
 
foodfight: In a Chess Cafe article, Tim Harding suggests 12. Bb5 as a possible way for White to play on if so inclined.
 
   Apr-04-06 A Zatonskih vs Browne, 2006
 
foodfight: Robert Byrne offers this 41..Bxf5 line in his NY Times column "After 41 Rc8, there was nothing Browne could do but give up. If 41 . . . Bf5, then 42 Qf5 g6 43 Qe6 Nf8 44 Rf8 Rg7 45 Rcc8 g5 46 Qf5 Rg6 47 Rh8 Kg7 48 Rcg8 Kf7 49 Qe6 mate.
 
   Jul-16-04 Mark Izrailovich Dvoretsky (replies)
 
foodfight: Can anybody post a copy of the game Dvoretsky - Tataev dicussed by Dvoretsky in his July 14 Chess Cafe column?
 
   Jul-08-04 Adams vs Kasimdzhanov, 2004 (replies)
 
foodfight: 10..d6 to hold up e5 and to allow the N to come to f6. Nf6 will eventually support ..d5
 
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