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hart
Member since Sep-06-03
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   hart has kibitzed 32 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-17-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
hart: <Illusha> Re: "Hi, I would like to help some of you mentally challanged or internet challanged people." You and I are probably not that different from each other: I am actually skilled with computers, but overlooked the obvious in this one instance; you are surely an intelligent ...
 
   Feb-11-04 F Olafsson vs Tal, 1971 (replies)
 
hart: <Hi chessgames.com> I notice that questions like <Taylor Nixon's> pop up day after day. Maybe it would be helpful to people like him if the list of links under your heading "PLAY CHESS" on the home page appeared higher up, perhaps above "RECENT KIBITZING"?
 
   Feb-05-04 Zukertort vs Englisch, 1883 (replies)
 
hart: Would 47. Qa4 work as well as 47. Qb5, or is this variation somehow inferior?
 
   Feb-02-04 Pillsbury vs Maroczy, 1900 (replies)
 
hart: prince2910: What other information are you giving the web site? If you give them nothing other than a password and a user name, I think you can sleep peacefully. If you give them your e-mail address, they can spam you. If you give them your credit card number, well, that's a different ...
 
   Jan-26-04 Smirin vs Pelletier, 2002 (replies)
 
hart: Following the gentle encouragement of a fellow kibitzer, this morning I eschewed any logical approach to the chess puzzle. I closed my eyes and used the Force. The solution came to me in a moment beyond time, embracing eternity. Only then did I look at the puzzle. Now I am free to ...
 
   Jan-23-04 J Perlis vs Tartakower, 1907 (replies)
 
hart: I used the 3-step problem solving strategy that I described 2 days ago. Step 1: Study the board and determine Black's objective, using process of elimination. Checkmate? Quite possibly. The King is relatively trapped already. But no, there are not enough pieces threatening him. Capture
 
   Jan-22-04 N Nathan vs Anderssen, 1850 (replies)
 
hart: There are times when, even after I give up on the puzzle and click on the solution, I don't see how that particular move constitutes a coup de grāce. Consequently, I am grateful for your commentaries on the implications of the puzzle's solution. I learn a lot from you folks. Thanks.
 
   Jan-21-04 Fischer vs L A Sanchez, 1959 (replies)
 
hart: Re: today's chess puzzle. Several days ago, one of the kibitzers here suggested that, instead of announcing how long it took each of us to solve the puzzle, we outline the strategy that we used to solve it. Today, I scrutinized the board, asking myself, "What is White's objective?" ...
 
   Jan-18-04 NN vs G Abrahams, 1929 (replies)
 
hart: Hi mdorothy, No need to feel chagrinned! Knowledge is power, and you have just become more knowedgeable. Look forward to the day when you castle in a similar situation, and your opponent gulps, "I didn't know you could do that!" I just taught someone how to capture en passant the other
 
   Dec-20-03 Sprecher vs Lutz, 1937 (replies)
 
hart: I prophesied the solution 2 seconds before I looked at the problem.
 
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