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Two Knights Master
Member since Apr-12-04 · Last seen Nov-17-18
I live in Brooklyn, N.Y. I'm a bit obsessed with opening theory and I like to play complex and dynamic openings. I'm a huge fan of gambits.

   Two Knights Master has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-11 Y Kryvoruchko vs K G Shirazi, 2007 (replies)
Two Knights Master: I'm thinking black would've done better with Qb5 on move 40. It threatens to infiltrate the back rank and take the pawn on c6.
   Jun-24-11 J Bohak vs R Lutzenberger, 1999
Two Knights Master: I can't believe I typed that. 18. Bf4 rather.
   Jun-15-11 V Yarkovich vs K Garagulya, 2001 (replies)
Two Knights Master: I don't get why White simply didn't play 49.Kxc4
   Jun-07-11 Piket vs J Van Mil, 1992
Two Knights Master: When I played this line as black against GM Michael Rohde, he told me after the game that he thinks that Kf7 should probably be played on move 11 after Bd3. When I put the position into Fritz, it suggests Qf7 on that move. Either way, it seems to be a mistake to let White
   May-19-11 P Vinogradov vs Alekhine, 1903 (replies)
Two Knights Master: "Phony Benoni: In his book Chess Openings : Theory and Practice, I. A. Horowitz advocated a defense to the Danish similar to what Alekhine comes up with here: 5...c6, 6...d6, 7...Nd7, 8...Nc5 (with alterations if necessary)." I think the difference with that defense is ...
   May-13-11 G Ligterink vs H Bohm, 1976 (replies)
Two Knights Master: On 15. b4 fxe5 couldn't play simply continue 16. bxc5 exd4 17. Bxd4? To me, that still looks very good for white. Both the knight on b6 and the pawn on g7 are left en prise.
   Jan-06-11 Hecht vs J Thorvaldsson, 1972
Two Knights Master: On move 11, I don't understand the point of Bd3. I think Nd4 would be more in the spirit of the four pawns, and is probably a better move.
   Jan-06-11 D Lintchevski vs Nijboer, 2008
Two Knights Master: You aren't missing anything Funkenstein. I don't get it either.
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