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Peter Reeve
Member since Feb-02-06 · Last seen Dec-11-07
An Englishman, living in Los Angeles County, California. My personal website is www.peterreeve.com, which name is logical but unimaginative, the exact opposite of my chessplaying. An Average chess player, I've enjoyed playing since I learned how to, at the age of 6 (two years before I learned to read!) but I've never studied the game closely or taken it too seriously; to me it's recreational fun.

   Peter Reeve has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-23-06 Santa Claus (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: Dear Santa, I hope global warming hasn't made you homeless yet. Can I interest you in some elf insurance?
 
   Dec-22-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: It seems to be generally agreed that 37...Qe8 is forced, everything else leading to a swift forced mate. Please bear with me (I have no engine or even a board, and little time) but how does 37...Kh7 lead to a quick forced mate? That would be my move.
 
   Nov-23-06 Radjabov vs Karjakin, 2006 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: Raymond Keene analyses this game in today's Spectator. See www.spectator.co.uk . Keene suggests that this line for white, which went out of fashion, deserves further study.
 
   Jun-22-06 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: Ray, That's a sneaky, SNEAKY puzzle of yours in this week's Spectator! I advise anyone trying to solve it to do so before reading the text that precedes it. Go straight to the puzzle and try your luck.
 
   Jun-10-06 Adams vs E Ghaem Maghami, 2006
 
Peter Reeve: Nigel Short annotated this game in The Guardian. I reproduce it here - showing just the moves with comments -entirely without permission. 12.a3 Ne4 (A time-consuming way of reducing the tension through exchanges) 15.a4 Qg6 (Intending Bxh3) 18.Qd2 Rxe1+ (An unnecessary ...
 
   May-17-06 Y Kruppa vs S Ovsejevitsch, 1993 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: Epic game, with impressive endgame strategy! Some bizarre knight moves in the opening, too. I don't understand why 24.…Kf7 and I don't understand why not 35.…Rg7 And I must admit that after about move 50 I thought black had a winning position on account of the a pawn. But of ...
 
   Apr-25-06 Muller vs Bayer, 1908 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: OK Capa, you've convinced me on that. Now what about 13...Be6 14.Qh4 BxB ?
 
   Apr-18-06 E J Diemer vs Heinz, 1954 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: The point is 21. Qxc6 To avert mate, black has to lose another piece.
 
   Mar-11-06 Spassky vs A Ostl, 1990 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: White responds to 19. ...bxc3 with 20.Qxc3+ which wins the bishop next move and leaves white a pawn up and black with a pressured king.
 
   Mar-04-06 Radjabov vs Leko, 2006 (replies)
 
Peter Reeve: 41.g4 seems obvious. Advancing the king and his attendent pawns could yet force a win for white
 
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