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   unferth has kibitzed 639 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-28-14 Sinquefield Cup (2014) (replies)
unferth: <Hogge>
   Aug-27-14 Jeremy Lim (replies)
unferth: <He is going to have to move without the ball and get some of his touches via offensive rebounds.> I just posted info demonstrating that he's been one of the top offensive rebounders in the NBA year after year; he gets as many of his own touches as anybody. <I think he is a
   Aug-19-14 Robert James Fischer (replies)
unferth: <john barleycorn> Andy Sacks, one of the two mentioned as drawing with Fischer, posts here occasionally & has discussed that simul on the page for the Fischer-Rogosin game.
   Jun-20-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
unferth: whoops, in that Herceg Novi list I missed Hort, #12 (and of course Fischer at #1)
   Apr-11-14 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
unferth: it's "no" to a wager that doesn't reflect my views ... is it also "no" to one that does reflect yours?
   Mar-26-14 Nezhmetdinov vs Krogius, 1965 (replies)
unferth: <olinart: I think black has a nice counter and gave up too soon. From the position at the end of the game 45:Bb1xe4 .. Bxe4 Qxe4 Qe3 Qxf5+ Kg8 g3-g4 B-d4 Black has a winning attack and White will at least have to give back material.> 48 Rg2 (not g3-g4) stops black's ...
   Mar-21-14 Tal vs B Dudley, 1964 (replies)
unferth: Tal did this in a SIMUL? I quit.
   Feb-22-14 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
unferth: The Soviets might have prevailed absent aid from the west, but they certainly would not have done so without British and American military participation on multiple fronts. the vast amounts of men and materiel tied down and lost in France, Italy, North Africa, and elsewhere would ...
   Feb-20-14 J Hanken vs Santasiere, 1957
unferth: 38 Kg5 isn't forced. I think it's more likely that Hanken resigned because either Kf4 or Kg5 allows a knight check that picks up the bishop via discovery, while Kh4 runs into Be7#.
   Nov-20-13 S Foisor vs E Formanek, 2012 (replies)
unferth: <FSR> that must be his FIDE rating:
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