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alter
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   alter has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Feb-28-09 Scandinavian (B01) (replies)
 
alter: thanks. i've been looking at 3...Qd8 recently - i can't really see that there is much wrong with it. in fact, if you intend to follow up with a set-up with c6/Bf5/e6 then you have an easy to learn and low maintenance system vs 1.e4. what Fine had to say (in "Ideas...") about the ...
 
   Aug-03-07 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack (A01) (replies)
 
alter: There is a good collection of 1.b3 and 1.Nf3/2.b3 games which has been set up on this site by willyfly. Go to Morphy vs Owen 1858 and you can access the collection from there. Basically it is all(?) of the games in Keene's book. Regarding savagerules comment on Black adopting a KID ...
 
   Jul-17-07 Anthony Cornelis Kosten (replies)
 
alter: Kosten's book "The Dynamic English" has to be one of the best repertoire books ever written. Also, his articles in Kingpin are highly recommended.
 
   Jul-14-07 Agrest vs Morozevich, 2004
 
alter: This Averbakh line with 4...e5 was Tiger Hillarp Persson's choice (in his book "Tiger's Modern") for a playable non-KID repertoire if White transposes into a q-pawn opening with 1.e4 g6 2.d4 Bg7 3.c4. The idea is basically that after 3...d6 4.Nc3 e5 if White forces the queen exchange ...
 
   Jul-02-07 Uncommon King's Pawn Opening (B00) (replies)
 
alter: B00 covers a lot of supposedly inferior responses to 1.e4 but the consensus seems to be that 1...b6 is the best. Additionally, 1...b6 is the "uncommon" response which is most often used by GMs, and not without good reason. Incidentally, in the game below, 3...f6 is complete nonsense, ...
 
   Jul-02-07 John Owen (replies)
 
alter: The interesting thing about John Owen is that he had a good understanding of ideas that were well ahead of his time, e.g. the importance of centre pawns and the bishop pair. But despite his impressive wins it has to be admitted that some of Owen's games are not very good . All in all ...
 
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