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BickeDag
Member since Dec-15-18 · Last seen Aug-14-20
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   BickeDag has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-15-20 J Blackburn vs M Goodger, 2002 (replies)
 
BickeDag: Of course Blackburn plays the Blackburne Variation of the Dutch.
 
   Jul-05-20 Tarrasch vs Von Scheve, 1880 (replies)
 
BickeDag: This game appears to be a copy of Tarrasch vs Von Scheve, 1879
 
   Oct-15-19 Albin Reif (replies)
 
BickeDag: In his two games on this website, he was destroyed in miniatures by a couple of the best chess players in history.
 
   Sep-07-19 Alekhine vs F Ureta, 1927
 
BickeDag: After 43... ♗f6 44. ♖h5 ♗xe4 45. dxe4 d4 black still has drawing chances.
 
   Aug-29-19 K Akbaev vs M Al Sayed, 2013
 
BickeDag: 7. ♘g6! gains at least pawn or several tempo, but it would take a computer or an insanely confident analysis to see why. It's certainly not something you would find in blitz. 7... fxg6 8. ♗xg6+ ♔e7 9. ♕e2+ ♗e6 10. O-O ♕d6 11. ♖d1 ♕a6 ...
 
   May-19-19 Z Rahman vs I Rausis, 2001
 
BickeDag: This is the first time in the database that the move 10. ♕xb5 has been played. It leads to some very interesting play, often resulting in trades leaving white with 2 rooks, 2 knights, and a bishop, and black with 2 rooks and a queen.
 
   Apr-24-19 Shabalov vs R Keep, 2005
 
BickeDag: Weird, what an early time to resign, only a pawn down. Keep must have been tired or figured he stood no chance in an endgame against a GM.
 
   Apr-11-19 Carlsen vs G Cella, 2014
 
BickeDag: Why did he move 22. ♖xc5?
 
   Apr-11-19 Paulsen vs Morphy, 1857 (replies)
 
BickeDag: Actually, I just realized that after 22... Rg2 23. Re1 Rxf2+ 24. Kg1 Rxe1+ 25. Qf1 exf1# it is a done deal.
 
   Apr-05-19 K Spraggett vs Short, 2014
 
BickeDag: Short vs K Spraggett, 1985 It's fascinating that between the two games Spraggett and Short have played, they were both Ruy Lopez: Modern Steinitz variations. In the game played nearly 30 years before, the colors were reversed, but Short was unable to score and advantage and it was ...
 
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