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David S. Brummer
Member since Oct-19-02 · Last seen Apr-29-04
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   David S. Brummer has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Apr-17-04 Fischer vs C Garcia Palermo, 1970 (replies)
David S. Brummer: What about 12. hxg4 what am I missing
   Jan-06-04 Spielmann vs Rubinstein, 1920 (replies)
David S. Brummer: if 15. Qxe4 how does Black continue, what am I missing?
   Jan-26-03 Ni Hua vs D Smerdon, 2002 (replies)
David S. Brummer: what is wrong with 27.. Nf2 winning for Black. Am I missing something?
   Jan-26-03 Scandinavian (B01) (replies)
David S. Brummer: Robert Byrne in an article in Chess Life a few years ago suggested 1.e4 d5 2.ed Nf6 3.Nf3! retaining several important options. White refuses to weaken d4 with c4 He may still play B-b5 or D4 and C4 at a future time when the position has a bit more definition.
   Dec-25-02 G van de Schootbrugge vs A Feelders, 2001 (replies)
David S. Brummer: 12. R(a)-d1 might be a better try, then if 12..Nxc2 13. Bh6 (disallowing h5 as in the game) followed by Rh3 and possibly Ne4 - Ng5 more in the spirit of the variation. It is true that Black might get a chance to make some in between moves but don't confuse me with the ...
   Dec-25-02 B Schuman vs D Gurevich, 1993 (replies)
David S. Brummer: I don't like White's 11. h3 an improvement might be 11. R(a)-d1 followed by the thematic B-h6 and Ng5 (does he really have time to take the exchange?)
   Dec-25-02 C Diebert vs Silman, 1989 (replies)
David S. Brummer: White's 7. Bg5 seems a bit premature as Black's 8... c5 was a great distraction possibly better might have been 7. o-o when White could have proceded with his Qe1-h4 plan.
   Dec-08-02 Yates vs Bogoljubov, 1925 (replies)
David S. Brummer: doesn't 27 Rc1 win for white?
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