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Kenneth Parker, Carrboro, North Carolina. I'm an amateur Chess player who prefers Descriptive Notation, but am improving on Algebraic.
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   sea7kenp has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-14-18 Rubinstein vs J Mieses, 1922
sea7kenp: If this Tournament Book uses Descriptive Notation, I especially want to buy a copy. Please provide title, author, etc, so that I can locate it. Thank you!
   Sep-03-18 Ragozin vs Botvinnik, 1930
sea7kenp: "This won't hurt a bit!" :-)
   Jul-16-18 Robatsch vs Botvinnik, 1962 (replies)
sea7kenp: Xeroxx: This may be the only Game Botvinnik Annotated on this site, but I own a book by him, titled "Botvinnik, One Hundred Selected Games". It is a 1960 Dover edition, in Descriptive Notation (which I personally favor), of Games he played from 1926 to 1946. I find his Annotations ...
   Jul-15-18 Guillermo Celestino vs Larsen, 1995 (replies)
sea7kenp: I am surprised, that no Kibitzing has occurred yet. My observation: Black's position "looks" cramped at move 8, yet Black wins on Move 23. But it is less Surprising, since Black is Bent Larsen!
   Apr-18-18 Botvinnik vs J H Donner, 1965
sea7kenp: I like how, at the end, Black's Queen is Walled off, and then the Queen Rook Pawn Promotes. Pretty Position!
   Apr-18-18 H Helms vs O Tenner, 1942
sea7kenp: I believe Black's 8th Move should have been 8 ... Ne2, preparing to Castle next move.
   Apr-09-18 Bisguier vs D Byrne, 1946 (replies)
sea7kenp: Excellent win by Bisguier!
   Apr-09-18 Flohr vs Larsen, 1966 (replies)
sea7kenp: Please note that, according to "Larsen's Selected Games of Chess", this Game actually went several more moves, with Flohr Resigning on his 41st Move.
   Feb-07-18 Boleslavsky vs Ragozin, 1942
sea7kenp: This Game actually came up in the Introduction to Botvinnik's book, "100 Selected Games". Apparently, Botvinnik brought up 9 ... Bc5 to Boleslavsky, who apparently thinks it's better for White. In fact, in 1943, Botvinnik had a bad experience with this, playing Black against ...
   Dec-26-17 Sliwa vs Stahlberg, 1955
sea7kenp: I don't often see people winning the Black side of the Queens Gambit Accepted.
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