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Pawn and Two
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   Pawn and Two has kibitzed 1476 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-19 Rubinstein vs Janowski, 1906
Pawn and Two: After Black's 13...Bb7, Houdini 3 rated 14.Bxf6 as White's 3rd strongest response: (.63) (28 ply) 14.Bxf6 gxf6 15.Bxe6 fxe6 16.Nxe6 Qf7 17.Nd5 Rc8; (.52) (30 ply) 18.Ndf4 Rg8 19.Rd2 Nc6; (.57) (30 ply) 20.Rad1 Ne5 21.a5 bxa5 22.Nd8 Rxd8 23.Rxd8 Ke7 24.Rxg8 Qxg8. Stockfish rated
   Nov-02-19 Albert Charles Simonson (replies)
Pawn and Two: <ughaibu> In, 'The Bobby Fischer I Knew', Denker devoted a chapter about his friend, Albert C. "Buddy" Simonson. Denker noted that Simonson's family was very well off even during the Great Depression. His mother was of the Elgin timepiece fame, and his father was the ...
   Sep-23-19 Smyslov vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
Pawn and Two: Najdorf's Zurich 1953 tournament book shows Black's 43rd move was 43...Nd3. Also, the tournament book for Zurich 1953 by Stahlberg & Keres shows Black's move was 43...Nd3.
   Aug-08-19 J A Grefe vs Denker, 1979
Pawn and Two: Houdini 3 indicates an advantage for Black with each of the moves: 5...e6; 5...Nd7 & 5...g6. Of these moves, Houdini 3 prefers 5...e6, (-.43) (31 ply) 5...e6 6.e5 Qa4 7.Be2 Ne7 8.d4 c5 9.dxc5 Ng6 10.Nb3 Nc6, or 9...Nbc6 10.Nb3 Ng6. Stockfish 9 also indicates an advantage for ...
   Jul-28-19 Smyslov vs Lilienthal, 1941 (replies)
Pawn and Two: In the tournament book, 'Soviet Chess Championship, 1941' (Dover edition), by M.M. Botvinnik, Black played 96.Kf1 not 96.Kg1. Other databases, 365Chess, Chess Tempo, and my Houdini program database, all show that Smyslov played 96.Kf1. In Botvinnik's tournament book, 'Soviet ...
   Jul-14-19 Fischer vs Taimanov, 1970
Pawn and Two: Vasiukov stated that Black obtained an inferior position by fighting for the initiative with 40....Rd7. Instead, Vasiukov indicated a draw could be achieved by playing 40...Rc7!. Houdini 3 shows: (.05) (30 ply) 40...Rc7! 41.b3 Kf8 42.Rd3 Rd7; or (.41) (30 ply) 40...Rd7 41.Rb5 ...
   Jul-03-19 F Young vs Zukertort, 1882 (replies)
Pawn and Two: <Phony Benoni> note the comments for this game: Zukertort vs D M Martinez, 1884
   Apr-11-19 15th DSB Kongress (Nuremberg) (1906) (replies)
Pawn and Two: ughaibu: Interestingly, it did turn out that way for me. I had been searching for a long time for a copy of this book, and because of the delay I was feeling a bit impatient. However, now that I own the book, I can tell you I am pleased with the quality of the book, including ...
   Mar-04-19 Englisch vs Von Bardeleben, 1887
Pawn and Two: The tournament book, with annotations by Bardeleben, Gottschall & Mieses, states the manuscript for this game was not decipherable after move 30.Ne3. White won the game after 83 moves.
   Feb-19-19 Victor Berger
Pawn and Two: <zanibar> Buerger's above photo is part of the group photo for the 1927 London tournament. The group photo appears in the tournament book, 'London 1927', B.C.M. edition.
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