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Bishoprick
Member since Feb-23-04 · Last seen Sep-25-22
I live in Tappan, NY. My favorite player is Tal, although I also like Alekhine and early Karpov. Long ago, Tarrash was my favorite. My "current" rating is 1898, although if I were active I don't think I could maintain that. I've been a couple of hundred points higher, but that too was a long time ago.
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   Bishoprick has kibitzed 443 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-10-22 Kotronias vs Xiu Deshun, 2011 (replies)
 
Bishoprick: At random times while on CG I get this message,"Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator at chess@chessgames.com to inform them of the time this error ...
 
   Jun-09-22 Jonathan Golob vs NN, 2022
 
Bishoprick: The hapless NN is still alive, and still and always ready to lose another game!
 
   Mar-13-22 Ding Liren vs Mamedyarov, 2012 (replies)
 
Bishoprick: I'm a Gelfand fan, but very impressive endgame play by Carlsen!
 
   Mar-13-22 P Cramling vs Kamsky, 2016
 
Bishoprick: And the extra pawn. . .
 
   Feb-05-22 A Feuerstein vs E Marchand, 1954
 
Bishoprick: Sadly,I was notified today (2/5/2022)that Arthur Feuerstein, aged 86, has died. He was a very fine chess player, and a real gentleman.
 
   Jan-31-22 Bob Brooks vs B Wall, 1973
 
Bishoprick: Re Cheapo by the Dozen's 16 d4? It also looses. Takes a bit more time, but the end is the same.
 
   Dec-08-21 D Ponziani vs NN, 1769 (replies)
 
Bishoprick: Has NN ever won any game? Why does he keep playing?
 
   Nov-17-21 Nimzowitsch vs Stoltz, 1934 (replies)
 
Bishoprick: Black Queen trapped after 13 moves! Wish I could do that!
 
   Nov-02-21 Tiviakov vs Ponomariov, 2001 (replies)
 
Bishoprick: You start by knowing that this is a puzzle, and that the first move has to be a forcing move, preferably a check. The only available check is Nh3, which also happens to fork the white queen. Not difficult at all.
 
   Oct-21-21 P Krueger vs Gruenfeld, 1923
 
Bishoprick: Don't understand why White lost. Seems like a perfectly even position. Did someone's flag fall?
 
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