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foodfight
Member since Feb-21-04 · Last seen Nov-22-20
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   foodfight has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-20 J M Hodgson vs Short, 1983
 
foodfight: After 13..a5, Herman Grooten at Chessbase asks: "At which side of the board do you think both players are looking now? And which pieces of White are already doing something there? Which pieces should preferably be activated even more? And how can White combine his plan of attack ...
 
   Jul-31-14 J Burnett vs D Howell, 2014 (replies)
 
foodfight: Andrew Martin featured this 1st round game in a "Game of the Day" video @ http://britishchesschampionships.co...
 
   Jul-31-14 J Emms vs C G Ward, 2014
 
foodfight: Andrew Martin did a "Game of the Day" video on this game at http://britishchesschampionships.co...
 
   Sep-14-10 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
 
foodfight: Lubomir Kavalek annotates this game here: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dy...
 
   Dec-23-09 Michael Prusikin (replies)
 
foodfight: One of Prusikin's games is featured at "Informant at Chess Cafe." http://www.chesscafe.com/informant/... The game is: M. Prusikin 2529 A. Braun 2558 Deutschland (h) 2009 1-0 Please post it if you can.
 
   Aug-01-08 Pelletier vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
foodfight: A video at chessedelic covers this game starting at 22. Qb2 http://www.chessedelic.com/2008/07/...
 
   Jul-15-08 J Gustafsson vs Leko, 2008 (replies)
 
foodfight: see video at http://www.truveo.com/Chess-News-19...
 
   Dec-31-07 Short vs Karpov, 1989
 
foodfight: In a Chess Cafe article, Tim Harding suggests 12. Bb5 as a possible way for White to play on if so inclined.
 
   Apr-04-06 A Zatonskih vs Browne, 2006
 
foodfight: Robert Byrne offers this 41..Bxf5 line in his NY Times column "After 41 Rc8, there was nothing Browne could do but give up. If 41 . . . Bf5, then 42 Qf5 g6 43 Qe6 Nf8 44 Rf8 Rg7 45 Rcc8 g5 46 Qf5 Rg6 47 Rh8 Kg7 48 Rcg8 Kf7 49 Qe6 mate.
 
   Jul-16-04 Mark Dvoretzky (replies)
 
foodfight: Can anybody post a copy of the game Dvoretsky - Tataev dicussed by Dvoretsky in his July 14 Chess Cafe column?
 
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