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   parisattack has kibitzed 3729 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-25-16 truepacifism chessforum
 
parisattack: It is certainly best (IMHO) to learn the basic endings first. But as a friend of mine said who also was an opening aficionado - "You'll always play an opening but not always play an endgame!" :) What openings or types of openings appeal to you at this time? It has been a ...
 
   Aug-23-16 D Eggleston vs Z Andriasian, 2016 (replies)
 
parisattack: Very nice, thematic Pirc win!
 
   Aug-23-16 V Baghdasaryan vs J Maiwald, 2010
 
parisattack: A nice example of the Robatsch Poison-Pawn variation.
 
   Aug-23-16 Robatsch (B06)
 
parisattack: <redlance: Parisattack how do you feel today about the Robatsch> I still am in love with it.:) I like the Gurgenidze the best, next would be the old lines with ...d6 and ...c6.
 
   Aug-17-16 offramp chessforum (replies)
 
parisattack: Da nada. I thought it was quite funny. They do indeed look a tad mystified.
 
   Aug-12-16 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
parisattack: <My reading is as follows: the cg staff are human beings doing a job. When members make this job more difficult - never mind whether those members are self-obsessed fruitcakes, paranoid crazies with a chip on each shoulder, or decent types with a justified complaint - then ...
 
   Aug-10-16 Botvinnik vs Boleslavsky, 1943 (replies)
 
parisattack: Early go with the ...e5 Sicilian by Boleslavsky. The pioneers are the ones with the arrows in their backs.
 
   Aug-10-16 Fusilli chessforum (replies)
 
parisattack: <Fusilli: I want to win millions of dollars at Power Ball, quit my job and devote my time to traveling and playing chess.> Sounds like a great idea! But be sure to send me a couple mill so I can join you on the world chess tour. :)
 
   Aug-07-16 Arkell vs J Rudd, 2016
 
parisattack: <English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Hedgehog System>. Interesting alternative name for <QGD-Exchange>.
 
   Aug-06-16 Amsterdam (1936)
 
parisattack: < Phony Benoni: User: sachistu has been looking into this. A tournament book, originally issued by E.R. Cordinley in 1937 and reprinted (with some corrections) by Chess Enterprises in1980, provides the following roun-by-round schedule of games. This information has been ...
 
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