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Maxwell843
Member since Jan-10-07 · Last seen Oct-19-09
Hi I am from Nowra on the south coast of NSW, Australia. I would luv to meet any one nearby who wants to play in person. my email is jmm5656(at)hotmail.com

   Maxwell843 has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Oct-08-07 A G Ashton vs D Smerdon, 2007
 
Maxwell843: why doesn't white play 16. Bxf6 forcing black to play 16...gxf6 opening up black's kingside? I guess black would just castle queenside...?
 
   Oct-08-07 Ftacnik vs G Xie, 2006
 
Maxwell843: why can't white play 21. Qxe4?
 
   May-12-07 O Bazan vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: If white takes the queen on move 21 then black plays 22. Ne2+ which forks the king and the queen thus winning back the queen
 
   Apr-20-07 Anand vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: Why did Karpov play 28...Qd8? If he had played say 28...Qg7 then 29. Nxh8 Bxf3 and if Anand's Knight escapes capure then so does Karpov's bishop. Is this correct?
 
   Apr-14-07 V Gashimov vs Yusupov, 2007
 
Maxwell843: What a pathetic draw!!! what ever happened to fighting chess? even if this games is destined to be a draw, play it out to stage where it is a definite draw unbelievable
 
   Apr-12-07 Morphy vs G W Lyttelton, 1858 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: why didn't Morphy play 15. Re1 and finish the game there and then?
 
   Apr-11-07 S Agdestein vs Short, 1995 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: why did Nigel Short play 23...Bxg4?
 
   Jan-19-07 Kasparov vs Short, 1989 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: Why would Kasparov agree to a draw in this position. He is a minor piece up, the Knight, and only down a pawn. so why draw the game?
 
   Jan-16-07 Steinitz vs Herman Eschwege, 1871 (replies)
 
Maxwell843: why doesn't Eschwege take the queen i.e. 29...Qxf7 ???
 
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