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Wild Bard
Member since Aug-02-03 · Last seen Jul-23-06
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   Wild Bard has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-22-05 Sasikiran vs Anastasian, 2005
Wild Bard: That looked just *painful* for black..
   Feb-18-05 Sakaev vs A Lastin, 2005 (replies)
Wild Bard: Black seemed fascinated by his ability to make threats in this game, a familiar fault at my own level but surprising from a stronger player. Between moves 15 - 23 or so, black goes all out in his quest, sending his pawns sailing forth and leaving an awful lot of weaknesses in his ...
   Sep-24-04 Navara vs McShane, 2004 (replies)
Wild Bard: Actually, it's a Robatsch (Modern). The king's knight stays at home for a while to guard the K-side holes while black seeks counterplay in the centre or Q-side. The Pirc involves an early Nf6.
   Jun-18-04 N Padevsky vs H Messing, 1973 (replies)
Wild Bard: Wow, interesting game! I believe that this is the first time I've seen this variation of the classical, and it looks very intriguing. Can anyone recommend other interesting games in this line? I do so love a good bloodbath variation, and would love to get a feel for the ...
   May-08-04 Edwards vs NN, 1963 (replies)
Wild Bard: The opening of the day taking a drubbing....
   May-04-04 Chaos vs Chess 4, 1974 (replies)
Wild Bard: What the heck happened, did Chaos decide to rub his silicon brother's nose in it????
   Apr-27-04 Two Knights (C57) (replies)
Wild Bard: The problem with inviting the Fried Liver is that it also allows the Improved Fried Liver! Opening Explorer
   Feb-24-04 Linares (2004) (replies)
Wild Bard: I agree with the opinion that most of the draw killing solutions are flawed. Perhaps the time has come to abandon the "swiss style" tournament structure. Go back to the old way where you had to beat the man in order to move on. If each player gets 2 whites and 2 blacks, and are ...
   Oct-20-03 Steffens vs Hutmacher, 1947
Wild Bard: You missed the queen check at a4
   Oct-18-03 French (C11) (replies)
Wild Bard: I've got a question about nomenclature here. Is the position above (1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3.Nc3 Nf6) called the classical, or is 4. Bg5 Be7 needed before it becomes the classical? The Everyman book seems to suggest that the position in the diagram above is technically the classical, ...
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