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Member since Feb-04-18
Wood pusher only. Seeing the spectacular tactics in the Game of the Day each morning shows how much more there is to the game than memorizing openings. Playing through games of Fischer, Kasparov and all the other greats is like listening to Mozart or Beethoven.
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   Knightf7mate has kibitzed 88 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-28-23 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Knightf7mate: There oughta be a law against so many consecutive posts clearly unrelated to chess.
   Jan-10-23 Beliavsky vs Kasparov, 1983 (replies)
Knightf7mate: MissScarlett, I agree the game date when known should take precedence in ordering the games in a list. But when absent, the round of the game should be used. Extracting the round number from a text string is not too difficult. It has a bearing here since beliavsky needs to play
   Dec-24-22 Santa Claus (replies)
Knightf7mate: All I want for Christmas is a carol written by ChrisOwen
   Dec-10-22 P Passerotti vs G Andruet, 1984 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Someone buy Chris Owen a thesaurus and a dictionary to help him increase his word power. Just kidding. Merry Christmas & Seasons Greetings, Chris. Thanks for the most astute and entertaining commentary and analysis in any language.
   Oct-19-22 Von der Lasa vs Mayet, 1839 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Honza, I have a question for you on a different topic. You will often seen in Fischer’s games as Black that he very often played a Kings Indian formation with the Fianchetto of his dark-squared bishop when White opens with e4 or c4. Yet when White opens with e4 and Fischer ...
   Sep-11-22 Sinquefield Cup (2022) (replies)
Knightf7mate: I found much worth listening to in this video of Hans talking through his opening moves and strategy in his game with MC.
   Sep-05-22 Carlsen vs Niemann, 2022 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Niemann shows a fine appreciation for the position, finding ways to reposition his pieces by creating mating threats and exchanging to his advantage. At 32. R.d7, he leaves his knight en praise to push 32..e3 creating the mating threat 33..c1+. The reply 33. Fe3 is followed by ...
   Sep-02-22 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Knightf7mate: Happy 50th Anniversary. Wish you were here.
   Sep-02-22 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
Knightf7mate: Happy 50th Anniversary Bobby. May you find peace in the hereafter.
   Aug-29-22 chessforum (replies)
Knightf7mate: Will there be any special notices on the 50th anniversary’s of Fischer’s World Chess Championship on September 2nd?
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