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scottnewhouse
Member since Feb-18-04 · Last seen Nov-29-07
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   scottnewhouse has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-20-06 jepflast chessforum (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: Is there any agreement on which way to take. I believe that Black would have to take with the f pawn otherwise he must deal with the f7 or g6 pawns being weak. Taking with the f pawn removes the f7 pawn as a weakness. Am I wrong there? After 28. fxg6 fxg6 then I like 29. Qd3. ...
 
   Nov-20-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: <themadhair>Thanks.
 
   Oct-19-06 G Gnichtel vs P Carlsson, 2006 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: I saw 27...c3 28. Nb3 Qxa4 but Bc5 wins more forcefully.
 
   Sep-29-06 B V Alterman vs Karpov, 1995 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: <jahhaj>I like your palindromic name. :) I see the problem is that b4 allows the Bishop to escape along the diagonal. Thanks.
 
   May-24-06 Smyslov vs Flohr, 1949 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: <Marco65>The white pawn still sits on g5 in <ataturk>'s line.
 
   May-10-06 G Michelakis vs Kotronias, 1996 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: There are three possibilities for Black after 35. h3. These include 35...Bxd5, 35...Ng3+, and 35...Bh4. All of these are very bad for White.
 
   Mar-14-06 B Nyren vs Taimanov, 1952 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: <Belka>You also have an excellent point. I agree with what you are saying. The simplest and most straightforward solution is the best. I would suggest that neither answer is wrong (24...Ra1+ or 24...Nd3) but 24...Ra1+ is better because it is simpler.
 
   Feb-08-06 Kholmov vs W Golz, 1956 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: <Inf>33. g5+ forks the King and Rook which is now on f6.
 
   Oct-16-05 H Rossetto vs Rodolfo Cardoso, 1958 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: In case anyone missed it. Black by taking 41...exd5 he takes away a timely check. If the Black d pawn can advance then Black's Queen can get in a check and harass the White King. This would make White's game more difficult. Of course this is more or lessed forced by the ...
 
   Aug-26-05 Karpov vs A Sokolov, 1987 (replies)
 
scottnewhouse: I have to say the more I look at it the more I believe 58. Kb5 is most likely a draw. Therefore, I will rescind my earlier comment about these three moves winning. Obviously 58. Nxa5 is the best choice. 58. b4 wins as well but not as effectively and 58. Kb5 is most likely a ...
 
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