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Brassica oleracea
Member since Mar-31-09 · Last seen Jul-19-13
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   Brassica oleracea has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jun-15-12 Berthold Fartmann (replies)
Brassica oleracea: Some years ago, had to remove some comments on this forum page, who made jokes about a real person's name. Since I don't like it to repeat my own edit, perhaps someone else will blow the whistle this time.
   Jun-15-12 J Benzinger vs H Von Hennig, 1929 (replies)
Brassica oleracea: The colours are wrong, and moves are missing. White was Josef Benzinger, Black was Heinz von Hennig (1883-1947, Captain Lieutanant of a submarine in World War I, Counter Admiral till 1931, reactivated in World War II, co-inventor of the Schara-Hennig-Gambit, playing it ...
   Apr-26-10 Gligoric vs Andersson, 1971 (replies)
Brassica oleracea: The sacrifice 10 b2-b4 isn't as strong that Black could not search for possible equal play. 16 ... ♘e4 is playable in this game, e.g. 17 ♗c7 ♕e7 and a first thing White has to avoid is a sac 18 ...♘xf2, so e.g. 18 ♗b5 ♕e6 19 ♖a5 h6
   Oct-09-09 Kramnik vs Karpov, 2009
Brassica oleracea: ajk68, on 13. ... ♘xf6? 14. dxc5 ♖c8 15. b4 White should be able to keep the ♙c5. Unlike Karpov here, in Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2007 Black had prepared c7-c5 with 12 . ... ♖c8, on which White had responded with 13. ♘b3.
   Apr-21-09 Dubois vs Steinitz, 1862 (replies)
Brassica oleracea: As 13. h2-h3 turns out to be difficult to play for Black, it could be that 10. ... ♕e7 is the more precise move. Then, after 11. ♘xh8 hxg3 the game would lead into to the variation 10. ... hxg3 11. ♘xh8 ♕e7 per switching the moves.
   Apr-20-09 C Lolli vs D Ercole Del Rio, 1755 (replies)
Brassica oleracea: According to the article "Italian Chess 1560-1880" by Alessandro Nizzola, pdf-download on , the game was played in Modena before 1750 under the rule of free castling. So Black's fifth move actually was ♔e8-h8 and ♖h8-f8, ...
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