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lipschutz
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   lipschutz has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-07-11 Steinitz vs Chigorin, 1892 (replies)
 
lipschutz: Chigorin actually played the illegal 35Kxg7 but, as he apologized, Steinitz refrained from forcing him to make a move with his King. However, Steinitz was annoyed Chigorin played on for a further 15 moves in a hopeless position. (NYTribune, Mar. 4, 1892)
 
   Sep-16-11 P Richardson vs E Delmar, 1885 (replies)
 
lipschutz: This game was played at the Cafe International in New York in 1871, not 1885. It was an offhand game, which probably explains Delmar's highly speculative 4...Nxf2. (Ref.: "Philip Richardson The Stormy Petrel of Chess" by John S. Hilbert, pp.58-59)
 
   Dec-25-09 New York vs Philadelphia, 1886 (replies)
 
lipschutz: This game was played by mail between the New York Chess Club and the Franklin Chess Club of Philadelphia. New York actually resigned after 15...Qxf3. The rest of the moves given here are from Kemeny's (I think) analysis in the "Philadelphia Times". (See "International Chess ...
 
   May-28-09 N Starr vs J Trottier, 2001 (replies)
 
lipschutz: Given White's four consecutive backward piece moves (#17-20) and another at move 24, this game could also have been titled "She Stoops to Conquer"!
 
   Feb-27-09 Lipschutz vs Gossip, 1889 (replies)
 
lipschutz: Im still annoyed about blundering this game away. Had I won, I would have finished fifth ahead of Amos Burn and won $400 instead of $300!
 
   Aug-16-08 G Kuzmin vs D Gurevich, 1992 (replies)
 
lipschutz: A puzzle with squillions of solutions!
 
   Apr-07-08 Albin vs O Bernstein, 1904 (replies)
 
lipschutz: Albin's play was dreadful! If only my opponents would play moves like 14. exd5??
 
   Jul-19-07 J A Leonard vs T Loyd, 1861 (replies)
 
lipschutz: And 29. h3+ Kh4 30. Qh7# would also be mate. I guess Leonard was enjoying himself so much he wanted to drag it out!
 
   Jun-18-07 J Henningsen vs R Borik, 1979 (replies)
 
lipschutz: Cute puzzle! I saw that, if the Black pawn on d5 and Knight on f6 were missing, White could win the Queen with Bf7+. Then it took me a few minutes to see that there actually was a way to force the King away from the Queen like this!
 
   Jun-05-06 A Schwarz vs W Paulsen, 1880 (replies)
 
lipschutz: I looked first at 40...Rxf2 but Black needs to check to forestall 41.Qe8+ (40...Nf4 goes nowhere) so the solution had to be 40...Qxf2+.
 
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