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Member since Oct-09-10 · Last seen Nov-29-19
BUNA was a chessclub in eastern Germany.
That's where I spent my youth.

For those curious I add a decent game of mine from the GDR youth correspondence chess final 1983.

[Event "DDR-JFM/Finale"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "1983.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "BUNA"]
[Black "Hintzsche"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A65"]
[PlyCount "69"]
[SourceDate "2012.06.29"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 e6 4. Nc3 exd5 5. cxd5 d6 6. e4 g6 7. Bd3 Bg7 8. Nge2 O-O 9. O-O a6 10. a4 Qc7 11. h3 Nbd7 12. f4 Rb8 13. Be3 Re8 14. Ng3 c4 15. Bc2 b5 16. axb5 axb5 17. Ra7 Qd8 18. Qd2 b4 19. Na4 Bb7 20. Bf2 Ba8 21. Bb1 h5 22. e5 dxe5 23. f5 e4 24. fxg6 fxg6 25. Bd4 h4 26. Nxe4 Nxe4 27. Bxe4 Rb7 (27... Rxe4 28. Bxg7 Kxg7 29. Nc5 Re7 30. Ne6+ Rxe6 31. dxe6 Qb6+ 32. Kh1 Qxa7 33. Rf7+ Kg8 34. Qh6) 28. Bxg6 Rf8 (28... Rxa7 29. Bf7+ Kf8 30. Be6+ Nf6 31. Bc5+ Rae7 32. Rxf6+ Bxf6 33. Qh6+ Bg7 34. Qf4+ Bf6 35. Qxf6#) 29. Bxg7 Rxf1+ 30. Kxf1 Kxg7 31. Ra6 Nf8 32. Qd4+ Kg8 33. Nc5 Rb6 34. Ne6 Rxe6 35. Bf7+ 1-0

   BUNA has kibitzed 483 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-29-19 Vladimir Petrov (replies)
BUNA: <cameosis: he was latvian, not russian -- his correct name is vladimirs petrovs, not "vladimir petrov", the russified version. same with mihails tals ... but ignorance and cultural hegemony is still strong in the 21st century.> Vladimir Petrov was an ethnic russian who was born ...
   Nov-13-19 Grand Prix Hamburg (2019) (replies)
BUNA: <goodevans: <It has been confirmed that the wild card will go to a Russian player...> For anything but the candidate's that would seem reasonable but to favour one nation's chances of the world title doesn't sit well.> Time to remember the Moscow Candidates tournament in ...
   Nov-05-19 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
BUNA: <fabelhaft: <I can't recall one Carlsen impressive win in a Swiss tournament> Well, he was the first World Champion to play one in 45 years, and won it: Qatar Masters (2015)> Well, elite Swiss tournaments with a price fund of 130.000$ didn't exist when Karpov and Kasparov ...
   Oct-21-19 Isle of Man Grand Swiss (2019) (replies)
BUNA: <FSR: I don't understand how Howell could play such a beginner's blunder. Or did he deliberately decide to sac his queen? Bizarre.> Yes, Howell had 3 minutes left on move 18 (!) and in this situation decided to sac his queen, apparently "to complicate matters". John Nunn in his ...
   Oct-09-19 Smyslov - Botvinnik World Championship Rematch (1958) (replies)
BUNA: Yacov Isaakovich Murey emigrated in 1976. In 1978 he acted as one of Korchnoi's seconds during the WCC and took part in the Moscow Interzonal 1982 as israeli citizen.
   Sep-29-19 World Cup (2019) (replies)
BUNA: <diceman: Why not just have the 10 best players by rating in the candidates?> Nice idea. That would have meant that the 1959 Candidates (8 players) would have taken place without Fischer (and Benko and Olafsson), as Chessmetrics ranks him #14 in July 1959. Why not drop the WCC ...
   Sep-29-19 Yakov Geraisimovich Rokhlin
BUNA: Yakov Rokhlin was born in 1903. A russian site has a picture of his gravestone with the dates 1903 - 1996. > Rokhlin beat Lasker in a simul game in february of 1924 when Lasker for the first time visited the Soviet Union (Leningrad). Here is ...
   Sep-17-19 Tarrasch vs Vogel, 1910
BUNA: The game is indeed a classic, an example of a clean attack against a passive opponent. But you know what is strange? This game is game number 4 in Tarrasch's influential book "Die moderne Schachpartie" (The contemporary chessgame - 1912) and you can also find it in a couple of soviet ...
   Sep-14-19 D Yuffa vs McShane, 2019 (replies)
BUNA: <So basically no GM knows how to win this endgame.> That is not correct. GM Malakhov obviously knew how to win in 2009. V Malakhov vs Kuzubov, 2009 He needed only 20 moves to win black's knight after black had established the recommended position with a fianchettoed knight.
   Aug-31-19 Geller vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
BUNA: <PJs Studio: Fischer wore down Geller in this ending with a vengeance! Amazing scientific approach by the to-be world champion.> No, the game was dead equal after 67... g3 (or even after 63.. g4). Geller threatened to give his rook in the right moment (69. ... Kh2 70.Kg4 g2 ...
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