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Drew with Purdy at 16, Spassky in a 6 man simul some 20 years ago...and defeated the occassional GM touring the southern hemisphere..must resume to correspondence career in a year or two.. Full Member

   profK has kibitzed 699 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-04-18 Maroczy vs Pillsbury, 1898
profK: Yeah, How could the old geza have lost this dead draw?
   Dec-01-18 Acs vs L Szabo, 1992
profK: Definitely an Alapin novelty worth remembering as white.
   Nov-30-18 O Valentiner vs E Dyckhoff, 1905
profK: 30. Ne4 is quite a missable move!!!!
   Nov-20-18 H Rittner vs J Kellner, 1968
profK: Moro was not even born when this game got played !!!! Yet for 30 years JVKellner played 3...Be7 in the French and yet the variation is attributed to Moro...This is BAD historical assignment !!!
   Nov-05-18 P Potemkin vs Alekhine, 1912 (replies)
profK: The battleship POTEMKIN may have lasted a bit longer!
   Oct-27-18 Alekhine vs Evans+3 players, 1933
profK: Was it the famous Alekhine line that said "two Le fou always wins but 3 Le fou don't!!!"
   Oct-23-18 Anderssen vs G Neumann, 1866 (replies)
profK: Doesn't black effectively transform into a Fischer defence against the KGA?
   Sep-25-18 Keres vs Mecking, 1972
profK: At this point the 'old' brigade had not quite made way for the 'young' brigade !!!
   Aug-05-18 J de Wolf vs R de Nieuwe, 2000
profK: Anything except 24...Rd8. 24...Ne6 is plausible.
   Jul-24-18 Gligoric vs Ivkov, 1971
profK: Wow as an Aussie I've not heard of this one….Keres played 2...Bb4+ in a few notable games, but it was not referred to as an Australian marsupial then!!!
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