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micahtuhy
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   micahtuhy has kibitzed 356 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-13-18 Paris (1878)
 
micahtuhy: Do we have any links or access to Steinitz reporting on the tournament for The Field? I was curious if this would be where some of the animosities started.
 
   Oct-13-18 Bird vs J Mason, 1876
 
micahtuhy: This game is often called the First Brilliancy Prize, which I think may be a misnomer. It says in Kasparov's MGP Volume One, that as special prize was awarded to William Steinitz for Steinitz-Mongredian, a game that Anderssen called "the diamond of the Austrian Champion" and the ...
 
   Oct-13-18 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
micahtuhy: I just read the biographical data here on chessgames.com, and it says Paulsen placed second at Baden Baden 1870. This is incorrect, as Paulsen placed sole fifth behind Anderssen, Steinitz, Blackburne, and Gustav Neumann. Who might make the correction?
 
   Oct-12-18 Louis Paulsen (replies)
 
micahtuhy: I just read the biographical data here on chessgames.com, and it says Paulsen placed second at Baden Baden 1870. This is incorrect, as Paulsen placed sole fifth behind Anderssen, Steinitz, Blackburne, and Gustav Neumann. Does anyone know where corrections may be submitted for ...
 
   Jun-06-18 Alekhine vs R Bruce, 1938
 
micahtuhy: If youíre curious where the puzzle is, itís number 5 In the first section on Alekhine.
 
   Mar-22-18 Kramnik vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
 
micahtuhy: <Nietzowitsch> Erro Ergo Sum is actually a famous quote by Tartakower, the king of chess witticisms.
 
   May-18-16 Budberg
 
micahtuhy: Budberg's Name and Life lost to history. But yet, hundreds of years from now he shall still leave a trace in the complete games of Alexander Alekhine.
 
   Aug-23-15 Sinquefield Cup (2015) (replies)
 
micahtuhy: When was the last time a major tournament like this opened with all decisive games? Fantastic! (does anyone have the answer to this question?)
 
   Jan-29-10 Shirov vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
 
micahtuhy: I have to agree with <Nimzonick>. White has the passed pawns and I think its Shirov that can try to press for the win. Rybka analysis aside, If Shirov has enough time to get that King up the board he will cause some serious problems. Let us also not forget that Shirov has ...
 
   Nov-11-09 Kramnik vs Ponomariov, 2009 (replies)
 
micahtuhy: Kramnik again demonstrates his endgame technique is at least top three in the world.
 
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