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Member since Jun-13-18 · Last seen Jan-27-23
USCF master, inactive in tournaments since 1998 , teaches chess , does a lot of opening analysis

   MarcBernstein has kibitzed 3 times to chessgames  
   Apr-26-21 Bronstein vs Spassky, 1960
MarcBernstein: The following opening is a Ruy Lopez with 2 possible names : Berlin defence : (1) e4 e5 (2) Nf3 Nc6 (3) Bb5 Nf6 (4) O-O Bc5. Cordel (classical) defence (1) e4 e5 (2) Nf3 Nc6 (3) Bb5 Bc5 (4) O-O Nf6. If it continues (5) c3 O-O (6) d4 Bb6 it is called the Benelux ...
   Mar-15-20 Chigorin vs Gunsberg, 1890
MarcBernstein: What a crazy game. I ran through it using stockfish 11, letting it run, usually well past 30 ply. I quit analyzing when Chigorin missed 21. Rac1 with a forced mate in 4. It is notable that the unsound looking 11. Bxf7! is quite sound and leads to a draw with correct play. The ...
   Aug-04-18 Mayet vs Harrwitz, 1848 (replies)
MarcBernstein: If you play "Leela" on the following website, it falls for the same trap that Mayet fell for. Except for this, Leela plays rather well though.
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