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Swedish Logician
Member since Jul-11-11 · Last seen Feb-24-21
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   Swedish Logician has kibitzed 98 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-07-20 Yagupov vs A Rustemov, 1995 (replies)
Swedish Logician: I considered the possibility that "26" was a typo for "16" , but that hardly made sense either, since, by a long shot, the move 16. Rxe6 was not Very Difficult to find, and hence not of the Saturday puzzle kind.
   Oct-27-20 T Tylor vs Rupert Cross, 1933
Swedish Logician: Both players were blind, and went on to become knighted and very prominent lawyers in the UK.
   Sep-28-20 F Soddy vs C E C Tattersall, 1900 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <moodini> Cambridge is more liberal here. It awards a "HALF BLUE" for Chess (but not a full blue) to members that represent it in a match against Oxford. At Oxford, Chess does not even merit a half blue, but is "under review".
   Sep-28-20 Frederick Soddy (replies)
Swedish Logician: Frederick Soddy won the 1921 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. These games were played towards the end of his first Oxford period in1898-1900. Subsequently, in 1919, he returned to Oxford as Dr Lee's Professor of Chemistry.
   Sep-09-20 A Riazantsev vs K Alekseenko, 2017
Swedish Logician: It would appear that white's 16. Qc4 is not the best reaction to 15. Re8. There are four white wins with 16. Qh3 in the database, and three of those are very quick. A couple even last only 20 moves .
   Aug-02-20 Z Sarakauskiene vs Mi Wang, 2010 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <offramp>, given the etymology of "falangism", and White impressive chain of all-mighty pawns, this (good) pun could be extended into "The Phalanx in Zivile's Spanish War"
   Jul-01-20 P Mach vs A Flumbort, 1998 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <SeanAzarin>, if you want to see a truly useless queen have a look at Pretrosian's - yes PETROSIAN!! - after Gligoric's move 19 in Petrosian vs Gligoric, 1970 . A classic position!
   Jun-25-20 Spassky vs Seirawan, 1985 (replies)
Swedish Logician: Spassky's splendid Kf2 brings back memories of White's going the other way, with 12. Kxd2, in what is probably the finest positional King's gambit ever played < Stoltz vs Saemisch, 1932 >
   Jun-17-20 J Houska vs A Harley, 2001 (replies)
Swedish Logician: The Power of those two bishops is awesome; would a rook have managed, with such ease, to win or even to hold that avalanche of pawns?
   May-19-20 V Malaniuk vs Van der Sterren, 1983 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <Phony Benoni>, your puzzle was by far the nicer! I suggest 1. B x e4 Rf8 2. Qxh6 R2f7 3. Qh7 ++
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