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FearsomePawn
Member since Aug-02-04 · Last seen Sep-25-05
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   FearsomePawn has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-09-05 Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin Attack (B86) (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: I found the answer here in this game: Fischer vs O Gadia, 1960 and under ECO code B87: Sicilian, Fischer-Sozin with ...a6 and ...b5 (B87)
 
   Sep-06-05 Chigorin vs B Yankovich, 1899 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <.00001 nano-seconds> Wow! You have again accomplished something that surpasses the laws of physics (light--and therefore impulses travelling through your nerves--can't go faster than the speed of light, that is 30 cm/nanosecond). </sarcasm> As for the chess ...
 
   Aug-13-05 Lenderman vs Nepomniachtchi, 2005 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: 53. ... Kf7 54. Qf2+ (Ke7 Qf8+ and Rd6#; Kg6 Qf5+ and Rh8#) Earlier, it seems that Black just missed the queen check after 27. ...Nxc2 Overall, well played by Lenderman.
 
   Aug-12-05 C Zuidema vs P N Lee, 1964
 
FearsomePawn: White thought he could be clever by playing his intermezzo to desperado his bishop and end up a pawn up... he missed the simple Kg7! keeping the extra piece (Q-moves Rxf7, etc) The simple 14. Qxh6 leaves black in an interesting position as trading bishops on h6 usually means he
 
   Aug-08-05 P Nikolic vs G A Timoshenko, 1990 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <The cat is worth 6 points since it moves either as a Bishop or a Knight, or a combination of thhe 2.. 2 steps diagonally followed by another move in the other diagonal direction> That would be worth more than 6 points IMO. Anything is worth more than the sum of its ...
 
   Jul-03-05 Sokolsky vs Krupski, 1960 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: 2. ...Qd6 prepares e5 and there are some traps in the b5 (rather than a3) line.
 
   Jun-20-05 Speelman vs J Feller, 1978 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <Rocafella> maoam's comments were justified but these last 2 weren't... just opinions.
 
   Jun-19-05 Queen's Gambit Accepted (D20) (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <aw1988: Alekhine's Defense 2...Bh3.> I seriously looked this up in Opening Explorer to see if an inebriated Alekhine played this. Maybe I can confuse my opponents with this novelty... maybe
 
   Jun-12-05 Parma vs G Ramirez, 1963 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <I got this one almost. But I missed what if 24. ...g7. 25. h7!...too good!> Ahh... same here.
 
   Jun-11-05 Parma vs M Damjanovic, 1960 (replies)
 
FearsomePawn: <mynameisrandy> Me too. I rarely get Saturday puzzles (I'm only in the 1500's uscf) but this seemed pretty easy and logical. First, the knight prevents the king from escaping to the f file (I recogninzed this right away). So I just figured that Black must blast away the ...
 
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