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   ballroomblitz has kibitzed 35 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-26-10 G Neumann vs Kolisch, 1867 (replies)
ballroomblitz: It happened 35. ... f5 !!? Neumann played 36.exf5? (36.Qe3) offering drawn. No,thanks,because exactly now I have a mating combination(Ignaz Kolisch)Probably inspired by the present Sam Loyd ...
   May-27-10 Motylev vs Chernyshov, 2010
ballroomblitz: Right! 19. hxg6 (e.p.) Rxf3 20. gxf3 Qg5+ 21. Kf1 Kg7 (the point: clost diagonal!)
   May-25-10 R M D P de Almeida vs Pinter, 1992
ballroomblitz: 88 years later (Schlechter-Teichmann 1904) one observes this surprising game
   May-25-10 Schlechter vs Teichmann, 1904 (replies)
ballroomblitz: Alapin`s creation (2. Bb5 with an f4 before moving Ng1) introduced in 1904! Welcome in the future ...
   Apr-18-10 Albin vs Tarrasch, 1892 (replies)
ballroomblitz: "to Lawrence" hey man, what about respect for this great victory of unknown Albin against Tarrasch? Please check this game again (now we are in 2010), meanwhile, perhaps you are a little wiser ...
   Apr-06-10 Kolisch vs De Vere, 1867 (replies)
ballroomblitz: Thunder and lightning! We are in Paris 1867 here ... what a strange but strong game! Did David Bronstein timetravell once?
   Mar-24-10 Kolisch vs Paulsen, 1861 (replies)
ballroomblitz: (to GrahamClayton) This great game was played by Ignaz Kolisch (not Anderssen)
   Mar-23-10 Winawer vs E Rousseau, 1867
ballroomblitz: ...Winawer only spent half an hour in this game, Rousseau one and a half hour!(Tournament book from 1868) And so, the winner of Paris 1867, Ignaz Kolisch, certainly offered Rousseau a drink ...
   Mar-17-10 Shirov vs J Lapinski, 1990 (replies)
ballroomblitz: King`s gambit? - Of course! Charousek-Lasker (Nuremberg 1896)
   Mar-10-10 Mandolfo vs Kolisch, 1858 (replies)
ballroomblitz: to (ounos): please consider that without 16. De1 the combination would not exist ... in 1859 they had another view and pleasure with chess- I like it!
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