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Member since Dec-15-10 · Last seen Jun-26-12
I'm rated a 1728 USCF as of Dec 15, 2010. I won first place in the Atlantic Open U1700 in Washington DC. I strive to improve my game.
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   dull2vivid has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jun-21-11 Zsuzsa Polgar vs Geller, 1992
dull2vivid: Blacks horrible move was Nh5. Gets careless with the knight, is more accurate to say than "with the queen."
   Jun-18-11 Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859 (replies)
dull2vivid: White would win by Ne6+, Followed by Re1, then Qxd5, then look at all of whites pawns, and you are Paul Morphy, and the other guy is lacking sooo much chess knowledge. Morphy wins by bringing his pieces in and being morphy. It all flows naturally. I see that you checked your ...
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs M Schroeder, 1926 (replies)
dull2vivid: "Slav: Quite variation" IMAO ahahahaha
   Jun-17-11 J Mieses vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: Yeah, case in point, Fischer's win with it over Spassky in the WC match.
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs W Michel, 1925
dull2vivid: If 17...Rxd5, then 18.Be3 pinning and winning. The rest is the classic way to hit f7, leading to a nice sacking finish.
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Saemisch, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: Nxe7!!! the shot heard around the world Although, instead of Rxa6, Rxd5 might have been stronger...
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Cercle des Echecs, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: The early cxd in th Tarrasch Defense, if black doesn't take with the f6N, is winning when followed up by Bg5xNf6. There are of course exceptions to the general rule. But what a lovely rule.
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Section Italienne Comité militaire, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: This French exchange system is one of Alekhine's pets, playing either side. It seems to relinquish any advantage as white, but an equal game is all a strong player needs; as black, however, it is a fighting stance. The plans are more clear than in other French variations -- to me
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Les Echecs du Palais Royal, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: Move 20 and 21 are lessons for those willing to spill blood.
   Jun-17-11 O Naegeli vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
dull2vivid: To bring it back to the human aspect, Alekhine was in some dire straights, but his energy came bustin and carpe the game. Enthusiasm to affirm potential.
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Opocensky, 1925 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Reti vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Nimzowitsch vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Cercle de la Rive Gauche, 1925 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs H Newt, 1923 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs M Monsky, 1924 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs Starr, 1924 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Gruenfeld vs Alekhine, 1923 (replies)
   Jun-17-11 Alekhine vs D Stone, 1923 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs N Sorokin, 1931 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs V Breitman, 1931 (replies)
   May-29-11 B Blumenfeld vs Botvinnik, 1931
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Ragozin, 1930 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Lisitsin, 1930
   May-29-11 P Romanovsky vs Botvinnik, 1930
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Ilyin-Zhenevsky, 1930
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs G Stepanov (Schneideman), 1930 (replies)
   May-29-11 S Fedoseev vs Botvinnik, 1930
   May-29-11 Kan vs Botvinnik, 1930 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Kan, 1930 (replies)
   May-29-11 Alatortsev vs Botvinnik, 1930
   May-29-11 Ilyin-Zhenevsky vs Botvinnik, 1930
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Kan, 1930
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs A Batuev, 1930
   May-29-11 N Pavlov-Pianov vs Botvinnik, 1929 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs Riumin, 1929
   May-29-11 Ragozin vs Botvinnik, 1929 (replies)
   May-29-11 S Von Freymann vs Botvinnik, 1929 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs V Silich, 1929 (replies)
   May-29-11 S A Mudrev vs Botvinnik, 1929 (replies)
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs G Goldberg, 1929
   May-29-11 Botvinnik vs A Poliak, 1929 (replies)
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