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KampongBoy
Member since Aug-08-04 · Last seen Sep-23-08
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   KampongBoy has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-07 J Henningsen vs R Borik, 1979 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Far too simple, with so few pieces out how many possible moves does one need to really consider from the position?
 
   May-22-07 Reiner vs Steinitz, 1860 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Kasparov's first book on the World Champions (My Great Pred... vol.!) gives a very good treatment to Steinitz as I remember. Today's puzzle was fairly easy, but then it is only Tuesday!
 
   May-14-07 A Anastasian vs Tiviakov, 1999 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Took me a minute, knights complicate these positions, can leap into a variety of squares; and I was sucked into looking for a smothered mate.
 
   May-07-07 F Handke vs S Atalik, 2000 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Far too easy; recall comment long ago by David Bronstein, (probably tongue in cheek) on analyzing. "I start off by looking to see if I can sacrifice my Queen, if that doesn't work, then one of my rooks...."
 
   Apr-08-07 Kavalek vs E Formanek, 1970 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: I would have played the cute 35. Be7 mate, but only for aesthetics!
 
   Mar-08-07 E D Osbun vs Adams, 1988
 
KampongBoy: Michael Adams is British, the tournament seems to be American, I would assume Black is another Adams.
 
   Mar-04-07 Spassky vs D J Banks, 1971 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Do not explore too deeply into Black's moves. The player was rated about 1600 at the time as I recall, and was published as a theoretical novelty that Black introduced (possibly by chance, not volition). We all were impressed that the game was published, I believe that it made ...
 
   Sep-16-06 Jeremy Silman (replies)
 
KampongBoy: I'm very happy about this announcement. It shows that Silman has high standards and wishes continually to bring us the best instruction he can. Wish more writers had his high personal standards. Good for you, Jeremy! I purchased his 3rd edition 6 weeks ago and will buy the new ...
 
   Sep-04-06 Karpov vs E Gik, 1968 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: In response to the question posted 2 years ago (!), the game with analysis by Karpov can be found in Karpov's Best Games of Chess, by Karpov himself. It is the first of 43 games in the text.
 
   Aug-13-06 P Burilova vs A Partington, 2000 (replies)
 
KampongBoy: Probably wasn't thinking he could pull off a combination in this position so didn't look for it. How strong are these players anyways?
 
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