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   DanQuigley has kibitzed 77 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-01-23 A J Goldsby (replies)
DanQuigley: When we played together in 1987 and traveled together your sighted game was more than I could handle. If only I had thought to request you be blindfolded. Wait a minute. It comes back to me now. We both tried to play a game or two without sight of a board on a car trip to a ...
   Aug-31-23 Kasparov vs P Wolff, 1988
DanQuigley: GM Ben Finegold did a nice 45-minute YouTube video on GM Patrick Wolff that featured this game in 2021. He really elucidated the tactics. It's worth seeking out.
   Jul-12-23 Grunfeld, Russian Variation (D81)
DanQuigley: The reason to play the move order 4.Qb3 (instead of 4.Nf3 Bg7 first) is that after 4...dxc4 5.Qxc4 (this move always protects d4 adequately) 5...Bg7 6.e4 0-0 is that White can now play 7.Be2 and avoid the 7.Nf3 Bg4 line via transposition: 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.Qb3 dxc4 6.Qxc4 0-0 7.e4 Bg4.
   Jun-07-23 Greco vs NN, 1620
DanQuigley: One of the questions I like to ask myself when going over games such as this is, "When is the latest point the losing player could have played a different move and had a reasonable expectation of staving off loss if both players were grandmaster strength?" My candidate is Black's
   May-20-23 Rubinstein vs G G Bartoszkiewicz, 1897
DanQuigley: You know, one would think that with computers and after all this time a consensus would have been reached regarding the position after Black's tenth move, but it is still not at all clear whose position is to be preferred.
   Dec-12-22 Tarrasch vs Mendelson, 1879
DanQuigley: Tarrasch himself noted alternative moves late in the game and annotated them in Three Hundred Chess Games (1894): If instead 27…gxf5, or 27…Nxf5, White will play 28.Nxf7. Should Black decide to take the exchange by 27…Nxf1, White retains a very strong attack using all his ...
   Nov-21-22 Alekhine vs Teichmann, 1921
DanQuigley: Correct score of the game according to the contemporary Dutch newspaper report provided by mifralu (thanks): [Event "Alekhine - Teichmann (1921)"] [Site "Berlin GER"] [Date "1921.06.05"] [Round "2"] [White "Alekhine, Alexander"] [Black "Teichmann, Richard"] ...
   Nov-21-22 Teichmann vs J Mieses, 1924 (replies)
DanQuigley: About the Berlin 1924 tournament, according to Winter: "One of the last tournaments of the year was a small double-round, four-man event in Berlin on 9-17 December, unexpectedly won by P. Johner of Switzerland ahead of Rubinstein, Teichmann and Mieses. (It was the final ...
   Nov-20-22 Rubinstein vs Teichmann, 1908
DanQuigley: 6...d4 is apparently Teichmann's improvement over 6...a6, which got a workout in Marshall - Oskam, Scheveningen 1905: [Event "NED SB International-04 Scheveningen"] [Site "Scheveningen"] [Date "1905.08.01"] [Round "2"] [White "Marshall, Frank James"] [Black "Oskam,
   Sep-10-22 Hans Niemann (replies)
DanQuigley: I think history will be kinder to Niemann than Carlsen. Niemann is speaking publicly and to all appearances honestly and passionately. All we have from Magnus is crickets. Kasparov is right about Magnus having an obligation to account for his actions.
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