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   parisattack has kibitzed 3427 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-10-15 J Emma vs Jacobo Bolbochan, 1959 (replies)
parisattack: Nice game, never seen it; gracias. I like the system - of course I have an unhealthy bias towards anything hypermodern... The Botvinnik setup can be played either against ...c5, ...e5 or both, yes? The deal here I think is the quick punch on the Q-side. I played 1. e4 for a time
   Feb-10-15 Shams chessforum (replies)
parisattack: Hi <Fusilli> I am mostly away from chess for a few months but hope to get back into things this summer. In any event, not much interest on for my topics - books and openings.
   Jan-12-15 ChessBookForum chessforum (replies)
parisattack: Hi <TonyRo> I am on sabbatical from for awhile - but wanted to let you know I received my copy of THE KILLER SICILIAN. (Took almost three weeks!) Definitely Five Stars! I've only spent an hour with it so far but its an *awesome* tome! I like the layout very well; ...
   Dec-31-14 Robert James Fischer (replies)
parisattack: You both have a wry wit. Happy B-Day 2 U <Lamont>.
   Dec-30-14 Alatortsev vs Tolush, 1939
parisattack: An interesting older line against the KID - fianchetto with Nge2 and e4 (by transposition here). From move 11 no games newer than 1954... Horowitz gives it a full section in Chess Openings: Theory and Practice.
   Dec-30-14 Robatsch (B06)
parisattack: < Penguincw:> As a lifelong Robatscher I can attest to falling into a very similar version of that trap long ago... Thanks for the memories! ;) No one should essay the Robatsch without studying Howson's 200 Traps in the Fianchetto Openings. There have been times when I ...
   Dec-29-14 Larsen vs Ivkov, 1967 (replies)
parisattack: <BwanaVa: I will note for the record that in fact this IS NOT a Kings Indian Attack-this is the Botvinnik variation in the English Opening. In the KIA the KN goes to f3, the Qn to d2, and the white c-pawn either doesn't move in the opening or more typically goes to c3. Sadly,
   Dec-28-14 Ludek Pachman (replies)
parisattack: <john barleycorn: Pachman's bio needs an overhaul, most definitely.> I fully concur. Eminent player, theoretician and writer. In the mid-60s when MCO 10 was the standard opening reference his four volume Modern Chess Opening Theory (Open, Semi-Open, Queen's Gambit, Indian ...
   Dec-28-14 M Tosic vs Velimirovic, 1994
parisattack: Nice Kan-Reversed! 1. b4, e5; 2. a3 referred to in UON as St.George Reversed.
   Dec-27-14 Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (replies)
parisattack: <Fans of Shak> hope <MamedyarovFan> is doing well as 2014 becomes 2015.
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