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aberdeengrad
Member since Apr-03-17
I live in southwest Washington State. I have no rating. My favorite player is Alekhine. I published "Salo Flohr's Best Games of Chess" in 1985.

   aberdeengrad has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   May-29-18 V Sanal vs H S Gretarsson, 2012 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: I think perfidious meant 16...dxe5 17 f7 mate. 16...fxe5 is not possible in the diagrammed position.
 
   May-26-18 Flohr vs P Frydman, 1936 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: 23...f5 would obviously cost Black his queen, as would 23...de. So after the queen moves, White simply plays 24 Nxd6, winning the exchange. The site referenced by Retireborn notes that if 23...Qg6 24 Qxd6!
 
   May-11-18 Gheorghiu vs Fischer, 1966 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: Note to GuiocoPianoMan: The title of Edmar Mednis' book was HOW TO BEAT (not BEAR) BOBBY FISCHER.
 
   Apr-25-18 M Paragua vs J Song, 2008 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: 21 Qh6 is mate, right?
 
   Apr-05-18 Piotrowski vs J Sokolow, 1971
 
aberdeengrad: To reply to android21: If 25 Rf1, Qxb2 and White's Q is still under attack and can't play 26 Qxg4 on pain of mate. He must therefore play some move like 26 Qh7, whereupon Black can play 26...Qxd4 or 26...Bxd4, and White is completely on the defensive (and White's e5 pawn is ...
 
   Mar-25-18 Rapport vs L Dominguez, 2014 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: Something wrong with 20 Rxe2? What am I missing?
 
   Mar-05-18 N Karlis vs A Tomaras, 2001
 
aberdeengrad: 28 Rc7 is mate, right?
 
   Feb-03-18 A Ipatov vs J Haarr, 2012 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: 29. Qe5 is mate, right?
 
   Jan-28-18 E G F Hellers vs Polugaevsky, 1989 (replies)
 
aberdeengrad: I must be missing something. Is there something wrong with 24...Bxd6?
 
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