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vintage geisha
Member since Aug-15-05 · Last seen Jul-21-15
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   vintage geisha has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-12-10 A Stefanova vs Kamsky, 2010 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: Thanks Patzer, that is helpful. I think that white comes out of the opening in somewhat poor shape, though, and his moves continue to retard further development. Starting with his Bishop maneuver on move 10, White allows Black several tempo to strengthen both his pieces ...
 
   Sep-12-10 Ljubojevic vs M Gurevich, 1991 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: Behold, the sacrifice on d4!
 
   Aug-29-10 The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: <My Cat Plays Chess> , the Benko and Benoni are great openings, but in the case of the Benko, we have all the necessary requirements to find a (not refutation) solid series of replies to an opening that legitimately offers up the loss of a pawn. I think accepting the ...
 
   Aug-26-10 H Multhopp vs J Gonzales, 2000
 
vintage geisha: the czech defense is part of the modern/pirc complex. It delays fianchetto of the dark squared bishop till the game's plans become more concrete. As in this case, fianchettoing the bishop is often abandoned.
 
   Jun-29-10 Nimzowitsch vs Rubinstein, 1926 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: I tried reading through all the analysis, but it just seemed to be more a more chess engines without anyone hitting this point dead on. With h6, I believe, black has created a light square complex on his kingside. Moves such as Qh5 are now far more devastating, keeping in ...
 
   Jun-25-10 Dzindzichashvili vs Y Sakharov, 1957 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: This would be a good study for how to use an extra piece, no?
 
   Mar-11-10 P Cramling vs Y Dembo, 2009
 
vintage geisha: ulhumbrus, you confuse me.
 
   Mar-11-10 Y Dembo vs G Mammadova, 2010 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: Brilliant... marching your kings pawn off to land safely on the other side- I see humor in this
 
   Dec-06-09 J Mojzis vs A Kuligowski, 1980
 
vintage geisha: Interesting. Nxe7 picks up a piece. Or if you really wanna be flashy, Rxe7!
 
   Dec-06-09 J Johnson vs Kaufman, 1979 (replies)
 
vintage geisha: Thanks, hulk. That's the king of contribution I was expecting.
 
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