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   parisattack has kibitzed 3331 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-14 Nezhmetdinov vs O Chernikov, 1962
parisattack: <thegoodanarchist: If Tal used magic, this guy used witchcraft!> That's the best description of the difference between them I've heard!
   Oct-17-14 Shams chessforum (replies)
parisattack: The Modern Bogo looks pretty sexy. I have it on my Christmas 'buy' list of chess and go books. "The Fighting French" by Soltis is good...ditto Short's little tome on the French. I've been trying to play it Nimzo/Petrosian/Heidenfeld style and getting my you-know-what kicked.
   Oct-12-14 Caruana vs Grischuk, 2014 (replies)
parisattack: Wow. Stepping on Superman's cape, pulling the mask off the Lone Ranger. What's next?
   Oct-11-14 Reuben Fine (replies)
parisattack: <SteinitzLives> has inspired me --- He's so fine that Reuben Fine. He's so Fine that Reuben Fine That Reu-ben Fine Well, he knew his gambits and he knew his bind For he know there would come a time When he would beat an old-er Alekhine Play to win, play to win, that's ...
   Oct-10-14 D Andreikin vs Caruana, 2014 (replies)
parisattack: <FSR: Check out Fischer's record against the Scandinavian: Brutal, indeed. Those are actually the games that kept me from every playing the Scandi. Gligoric similar tho not quite so vicious against the Benoni.
   Oct-07-14 TheFocus chessforum (replies)
parisattack: Take the Old Pali Road (watch out for hikers!), hand glide into town. We used to drive up to the Pali, coast the OPR, eat burgers from M & M, tako poke from Tomashiro or bento plate from Shirokiya on the way down.
   Sep-28-14 I Bilek vs Tal, 1967 (replies)
parisattack: <Domdaniel: OK, one point re the opening: 2...b5 vs the King's Indian Attack has sometimes been credited to Spassky. As here, it is often a means to use clever move-order tricks to create a large aggressive pawn mass for Black, with ...d5, ...c5, and even ...a5 following.>
   Sep-27-14 Robert N Wendling
parisattack: Cool beans! Check my forum, thanks!
   Sep-27-14 Robert James Fischer (replies)
parisattack: Carlsen and Caruana have the advantage of social media - and they still can't make a splash. Even Napoleon Solo had Illya.
   Sep-26-14 M Surtees vs A Oyama, 2013
parisattack: Surtees' ROT (Revolutionary Opening Theory) is certainly interesting...flavors of Philidor and Franklin K. Young. He does seem to castle more often than ROT seems to imply. This is the best explanation of ROT I can find:
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