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Member since May-26-05 · Last seen Oct-05-07
Although chess is my first love, bridge is my professional area of expertese. The Q & A part of kibitzing is really dynamite:-)

   bridgepro has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-13-06 Zukertort vs Lipschutz, 1886 (replies)
bridgepro: White 4th move is not in the spirit of the Vienna. 4. Qg4 poses interesting threats (e.g. if 4...Qf6, 5.Nd5...Qxf2+ 6.Kd1 with a winning attack for white.
   Oct-01-06 Sultan Khan vs Flohr, 1932 (replies)
bridgepro: why not 21...Nxa6? A plan revolving around Nc7, b5, d6 seems to preserve the balance. Capturing with the RP overvalued the b-file and leaves Flohr with a lifeless position.
   Oct-04-05 J Polgar vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
bridgepro: If black chops the b-pawn, Polgar penatrates on the king side with a nasty mini-attack.
   Sep-29-05 Alekhine vs Tartakower, 1933 (replies)
bridgepro: good morning:-) instead of 18.castles, how about 18.NxBP R(orK)xN,19.QxPch leading to a virulant attack. Any thought on this?
   Sep-09-05 Kotronias vs R Djurhuus, 1995 (replies)
bridgepro: This a game worth close student for 'Najdorfians'. Where did black go wrong::--))
   Aug-15-05 B Belopolsky vs B M Kogan, 1984 (replies)
bridgepro: Trivia: if a mn marries 4 or more wives, he's a pigamist.
   Aug-02-05 J M Hanham vs Bird, 1889 (replies)
bridgepro: 36. Qd2 ???
   Jul-14-05 Marshall vs S Bampton, 1899 (replies)
bridgepro: What about 14. NxRP?. I'm sure I'm missing something:-)
   Jul-03-05 Anderssen vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
bridgepro: Why not 5....e5! taking full advantage of the extra tempo
   Jun-28-05 T Wedberg vs Pavasovic, 2001 (replies)
bridgepro: 10.d5 seems more thematic. Possible is 10....Nb8; 11.N(b)d2, N(b)d7; 12.Bc2 followed by Nf1 and Be3 is white for choice. 10.....Na5 Bb2 leads to not much for black I think.
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