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george IV
Member since Sep-06-04 · Last seen Feb-01-06
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   george IV has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-01-06 S Landau vs E E Book, 1937 (replies)
 
george IV: Landau throws his pieces over Book's head!!
 
   Jan-17-06 A Naumann vs V Bogdanovski, 2002
 
george IV: Exciting battle. In the opening, what should be the best answer for Black in case of 9.Ne4?
 
   Oct-21-05 Nicolas Rossolimo (replies)
 
george IV: You were very close <Averageguy>. The game actually ended 1.♖xf5! exf5 2.♕xh6+! ♔xh6 3.♖h1+ ♔g6 4.♔f4!! ♕e6 (covers the file in case of 5.♗h5+ ♔h7 6.♗xf7+ ♕h6) 5.♖h8! and mate is inevitable.
 
   Aug-19-05 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1913 (replies)
 
george IV: <PARACONT1> Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe Alekhine demanded a fund of $10,000 for a rematch with Capablanca in 1931. That amount of money, after the 1929 crack, was almost impossible to raise. If Alekhine really was willing to play a rematch against Capablanca, I ...
 
   Jul-20-05 E Eliskases vs W Henneberger, 1934 (replies)
 
george IV: But you see, it's not easy to resist de temptation of taking a Queen with check. I'm sure Eliskases did it in a split second.
 
   Apr-29-05 A Rodriguez Vila vs E F Romero, 2004
 
george IV: <InspiredByMorphy> 27f5 26.Qxe6 fxg4 27.Qe8+ Rg8 28.Qe5+ is perpetual check.
 
   Mar-03-05 Kasparov vs Leko, 2005 (replies)
 
george IV: <Abaduba> Of course. Thanks.
 
   Feb-17-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
george IV: <capanegra> No problema. Besides, your question looks pertinent to me, as I have the same doubt about that tricky variation. By the way, thanks for answering Mr. Keene!!
 
   Feb-16-05 Pirc, Austrian Attack (B09) (replies)
 
george IV: I just noticed that there are only 68 games in the database with 6.e5, while everybody plays instead 6.Bd3 (468 games) or 6.Be3 (115 games). So, my question is: where is the weakness of 6.e5 if nobody plays it??
 
   Dec-30-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
george IV: I was wondering if <chessgames.com> has ever thought in adding to this magnificent site: 1) The cross-tables of the most famous tournaments and matches in history. 2) A link dedicated to composed chess problems.
 
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