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Lightupmyknife
Member since Apr-17-06 · Last seen May-30-06
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   Lightupmyknife has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-05-06 R Wade vs Keene, 1971
 
Lightupmyknife: Thanx for that 14...Ne4! and 15...Nd6, a maneuver Max Dlugy was spotlighting - about 25 years later!
 
   May-05-06 Keene vs A P Sombor, 1965
 
Lightupmyknife: It would appear that 27...Qh6+ 28 Bh3 Qd2+ 29 Kh1 Qh6!, etc., does draw.
 
   May-05-06 Keene vs Doug Shallcross, 1965 (replies)
 
Lightupmyknife: Reuben Shallcross? Sorry. Couldn't resist that.
 
   May-05-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Lightupmyknife: And NUANCED articles about barry bonds. Yeah, let's have some more of those, huh? What's needed is a very clear statement, something like: 'Look, why in the world is bonds being allowed onto a baseball field at all?? 'Every time barry bonds steps onto a baseball ...
 
   Apr-19-06 P Morriss vs Keene, 1964
 
Lightupmyknife: I didn't see 6...d5!!, and then 7...dex4!! and ...Ng4! when somebody tried White's setup against me. I went for the pawn setup with ...e5 instead, but it wasn't working too well, since with ..c6 in, I didn't have enough pressure on d4. Thanks, Keene.
 
   Apr-19-06 Keene vs P L Eastwood, 1964
 
Lightupmyknife: WHAT a magnificent game!!
 
   Apr-19-06 R C Gittins vs Keene, 1964
 
Lightupmyknife: I am so impressed with many of these games. There is even a plan afoot (alas, there is a method to my madness) to compare a certain other English player's development with Keene's at the same period to further instruct myself. We shall see, kiddies... (hee, hee, ...
 
   Apr-19-06 Keene vs B Whitehouse, 1964
 
Lightupmyknife: These are just beautiful games, kids. It's about seeing a clear theme, and persuing it with ruthless (yet artful!) technique.
 
   Apr-19-06 N J Kalton vs Keene, 1964 (replies)
 
Lightupmyknife: My stroke may come later with this one (hee he). Thanks, Ray!
 
   Apr-19-06 P Morriss vs Keene, 1963 (replies)
 
Lightupmyknife: Yes, but the next 4 move are. Quick TRANSFORMATIONS which leave the newbie reeling. 'Weren't we playing an open game?' 'Why is he suddenly closing things up?' Ah, but he's not! He's still prepared to OPEN the position (13...f5!!). I realize Keene makes it look ...
 
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