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RadioBoy
Member since Dec-03-15 · Last seen May-28-21
1973 Ohio High School co-champion. Highest rating 1989. Favorite players Korchnoi, Tal, Lasker, Bronstein.

   RadioBoy has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-12-21 Bronstein vs Keres, 1955 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Why not the crowd-pleasing 38. NxR NxQ 39. RxN+ etc?
 
   May-01-21 Short vs Piket, 1990 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: What's wrong with 37. Rc6 keeping the king out followed by 38. Rc8 then pushing the b pawn?
 
   Mar-25-21 Giri vs Nepomniachtchi, 2021
 
RadioBoy: Why not 33. Rh3 to hold the h pawn?
 
   Mar-04-21 Huebner vs Smyslov, 1984 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Why did Huebner lose? Was Smyslov shaking the table or what? No, that was Petrosian, wasn't it?
 
   Feb-20-21 S Torok vs M Boe, 2006
 
RadioBoy: Way to go Boe! I wonder if generally speaking Q+N+p(s) is preferable to Q+B+p(s) vs Q+p(s)? Mostly because of the knight's uncanny ability to stop those annoying checks.
 
   Feb-08-21 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
RadioBoy: What's with having an ad between the game diagram and the moves? That space never goes away even if you get rid of the ad. It makes it impossible to view the diagram and the move simultaneously. Or is it a subtle suggestion that I would be happier as a premium member?
 
   Feb-08-21 Bologan vs Caruana, 2008 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: I hate it when there is an ad between the diagram and the moves. It never goes away so you cannot see the diagram and the moves at the same time. They used to do this in the normal games playback but got rid of it thank God. They should fix this here.
 
   Jan-27-21 C Diebert vs J Readey, 1985
 
RadioBoy: Ah yes, my glory days. I had him busted in the Columbus City Championship. Unfortunately however, I only had about a minute on my clock and missed a mate threat followed by picking up his queen by discovered check the next move. No small accomplishment for a 1900. But indicative of
 
   Dec-25-20 A Hakobyan vs D Gavrilescu, 2018
 
RadioBoy: Even without being a premium member content this good for free is great even with the advertising. At least they took out the pop-up ad between the diagram and the comments. Even if you deleted the ad there was this huge empty space that made you scroll up and down all the time. ...
 
   Dec-16-20 Portisch vs Browne, 1971 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: I really miss the good old days when chess tournaments like this were the norm. Usually one of the big names won, but you could usually count on a relative unknown making a really good showing, and occasionally even winning it. Nowadays it's always Carlsen and the rest of the usual
 
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