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Member since Jan-01-04 · Last seen Dec-11-04
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   boneheadcharles has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-23-04 Fischerandom Chess (replies)
boneheadcharles: So basically, you can't play fischer random right here? This is simply an image, not a java thing or something?
   Feb-19-04 M Boudechiche vs N Lamamra, 2000 (replies)
boneheadcharles: Honestly, if black really was a chess player at all, he should have seen that coming.
   Feb-11-04 S Polgar vs Z Kiss, 1980 (replies)
boneheadcharles: Goodness sake, and all for a bishop. Well, the pawns were a major factor in this game.
   Feb-11-04 Pillsbury vs Magana, 1902 (replies)
boneheadcharles: The Fred Defense. However, can you actually call it a defense? After 2. exf5 the diagonal to the king is open. All you need is a bishop (or queen) over there and Black's life is over.
   Feb-11-04 P Ware vs E Delmar, 1880 (replies)
boneheadcharles: Anyone seen the Crab Variation of the Ware Opening? It goes like 1. a4 e5 2. h4. Just look at that position. after 2. ...d5, or something to that effect, White has virtually no way to win. The guy who thought of calling moves like 1.a4 and 1.h4 as an actual opening has got ...
   Feb-05-04 F Dieperink vs P Klootwijk, 2000 (replies)
boneheadcharles: 7. ...♘h6 probably could have spared some time for black here.
   Feb-05-04 A Miller vs Chernev, 1928 (replies)
boneheadcharles: 9. ♗xf6 is one horrible move. Was this a lightning game?
   Feb-02-04 Mandolfo vs Kolisch, 1858 (replies)
boneheadcharles: <mack>Really, I would say that you can't really give it any opening.
   Jan-26-04 NN (replies)
boneheadcharles: On Chessmaster 9000 there is a database, a huge one, full of chess games. They had about two NN games. I'm almost certain that NN isn't a legendary 412 year-old person, but an unknown amateur.
   Jan-07-04 Burn / Steinitz / Zukertort vs Blackburne / Bird / MacDonnell, 1875 (replies)
boneheadcharles: White is playing as a team and they still miss a very good move. After 36. f5?, why not 37. exf5e.p.+! to check the king with a pawn and discover an attack on the black queen with the bishop on g4? Then, this could be played as 37. ... ♔xf6 38. ♗xe6 ♔xe6.
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