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DevinPFelter
Member since Dec-20-04 · Last seen Apr-17-05
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   DevinPFelter has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-26-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: That's interesting <cade>, but I'm not quite sure if ESPN intentionally would try to do that - maybe I'm viewing the press too optimistically. As far as the whole "explanation, not justification" line of dialogue concerning Fischer's public rants and overall behavior, I'd
 
   Mar-08-05 Capablanca vs Euwe, 1938 (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: Capablanca's 10.Nf5 seems slightly inferior to Nf3. After bishop takes knight, queen takes bishop, knight to c6, black is already developed and white still has to play e3, develop the king's bishop, and castle. Granted, the two white bishops probably make up for this against ...
 
   Mar-08-05 Capablanca vs J Corzo, 1901 (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: From what little I've read of Capablanca, it seems that he cared little for opening theory - at least early on in his chess playing days. Granted, he is only 12 or 13 in this game against Corzo, so how much book material could one expect him to know? The first moment of ...
 
   Feb-25-05 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: <csmath>, as far as the word "genius" goes, it is essentially impossible to define. Technically, all GMs can be classified as geniuses, some of course higher than others. It was just Bobby's extra preparation and work ethic that made him stronger. Nonetheless, the unique ...
 
   Jan-13-05 Lasker vs Pillsbury, 1893 (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: First of all, let me respond to your line, beatgiant. 51...b5xc4 is met by 52.Qg5-f5. The ending would go something like this: 52...Kf7-e8 53.Qf5-c8+ Ke8-f7 54.g4-g5 e5-e4 55.Qc8-f5 e4xf3 56.Kg2-f2 Bb8-g3 57.Kf2xf3 Qa7-b8 58.g5-g6+ Kf7-e8 59.Qf5-e6+ Ke8-d8 60.Qe6-e7+ Kd8-c8 ...
 
   Jan-09-05 R Cardoso vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: This was the first meeting between Cardoso and Fischer in an 8 game match in 1957. Fischer's record against Cardoso would end up at 6-1-2, 5-1-2 in this match set, and 1-0 at the 1958 Portoroz Interzonal (Caro-Kann). This game opens with a Sicilian, which, interestingly enough,
 
   Jan-09-05 Fischer vs W H Donnelly, 1957 (replies)
 
DevinPFelter: According to Frank Brady, Fischer's biographer, Bobby placed seventh in this tournament which was won by both Donald Byrne and Larry Evans. 14...Nf6xd5 clearly loses a pawn. 18.f2-f4 appears to be a strong alternative to the text move, Bc1-f4. 29...Re8-e5 is the blunder that ...
 
   Dec-21-04 Lagno vs L Garcia Millan, 2001
 
DevinPFelter: Fritz 8 - 33...Kd7xc8 34.Nf3-d2 [34.Ra6xe6 Ra8xa7 (34...Kc8-c7 35.Re6-a6 Ng6-f4 36.g2-g3 Nf4-d3+ = 0.22/17) 35.Re6-e8+ Kc8-d7 36.Re8-g8 Ke7-d6 -0.28/17; 34.Ke1-d2 Ng6-f8 (34...Ng6-e7)] 34...Ng6-f4 [34...Ng6-e7 35.Nd2-b3 ...
 
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