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Stonehenge
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   Stonehenge has kibitzed 6979 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-09-21 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
Stonehenge: <Your name appears to be missing altogether from the drop down list> He's there, halfway down. Also Sally Simpson is opened by MissScarlett and I can't process that either. It's a known bug but nothing has been done about it.
 
   May-09-21 M Mihaljcisin vs Andersson, 1976
 
Stonehenge: Rather brilliant endgame play by Andersson.
 
   May-09-21 D Barrish vs Ivanchuk, 2020
 
Stonehenge: It wouldn't be the first time Ivanchuk lost connection.
 
   May-03-21 O Bazan vs Prins, 1960
 
Stonehenge: 38...Bxf5?? Talking about poisoned pawns :)
 
   Apr-30-21 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Stonehenge: Dear Old Blighty colourized: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3Y... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLb...
 
   Apr-30-21 stevemcd87 chessforum (replies)
 
Stonehenge: <The "tournaments" collected in 365 chess are a disaster area- to the extent that it is not a reliable source for any inquiry into any tournament.> You missed my point here. I was saying CG does better than 365 here because we have correctly Italian Championship semifinal ...
 
   Apr-27-21 World Championship Candidates (2020/21) (replies)
 
Stonehenge: As I've said before there is no reason to decide a WCC with tiebreaks. Just play an uneven number of games. The challenger gets an extra white and the reigning champion keeps his title in case of a tie.
 
   Apr-24-21 C Carls vs O Antze, 1921
 
Stonehenge: I guess <Upping the Antze> is too awful but 31...Qxe2! and 34...Rd2! weren't.
 
   Apr-22-21 H Wirthensohn vs N Gaprindashvili, 1978
 
Stonehenge: After 18...Na8 I thought she was going to play Nh5-f4-g6-h8.
 
   Apr-22-21 J B Willow vs C Beckett, 2015
 
Stonehenge: I think a Willow appears in Beckett's <Waiting for Godot>. I'm not sure though.
 
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