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Member since Aug-10-07 · Last seen Dec-27-20
Born 64. Science teacher, chess coach. Chess piqued my interest in 1998 when DFWallace mentoned it in an essay he wrote about a week he spent on a cruise ship ("A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again") but REALLY caught the bug in 2004 upon reading Charles Tevis's wonderful novel "The Queen's Gambit." Have been in thrall of this game--collecting books and sets (and even some knowledge)--ever since.
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   MissesManyMoves has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Feb-17-13 B V Lyubimov vs Alekhine, 1906
MissesManyMoves: This game is #3 in Fred Reinfeld's book "100 Instructive Games of Alekhine." (A 1959 Dover reissue of a 1949 Pitman book entitled "The Unknown Alekhine.) DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN REINFELD'S AND CHESSGAMES' VERSION OF THIS GAME: A) According to Reinfeld the players agreed to a ...
   Jul-05-12 Larsen vs Petrosian, 1966 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: < 26JUN POST: Moriarty says "I think you've just lost your most valuable piece," which signals the beginning of the variation with *Black's capture of the White Queen*, 25fxg6: The two players have switched colors! > I missed this earlier, but the color switch ...
   Dec-18-07 Leonhardt vs Nimzowitsch, 1912 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: This is Game #12 in the Illustrative Games section (Part III) of Nimzowitsch's book "My System."
   Nov-18-07 Keres vs A Tarnowski, 1952 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: Walter Tevis--through his protagonist of course--gushes over this game (and 35.Rb7 in particular) in his fantastic 1983 chess novel The Queen's Gambit. (p51)
   Nov-18-07 Rubinstein vs Duras, 1908 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: Walter Tevis mentions this game briefly in his 1983 novel The Queens' Gambit. (page 51)
   Nov-18-07 Smyslov vs I Rudakovsky, 1945 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: Walter Tevis mentions this game briefly in his 1983 novel The Queens' Gambit. (page 51, and it has Rudakovsky misspelled as Rudakavsky. Weirdly, it's the 2nd typo in as many sentences in my edition, with "Smothered mates" misspelled as "smothered males" in the previous ...
   Aug-10-07 Botvinnik vs Denker, 1946 (replies)
MissesManyMoves: This is the game. Shenk's book was released in 2006, but in fact this episode was discussed earlier, in a *terrific* (and pretty long) article by Rene Chun called "Bobby Fischer's Pathetic Endgame" (The Atlantic Monthly, Dec. 2002). It can be read @ ...
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