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geneven
Member since Jun-12-05 · Last seen Oct-03-20
USCF rated expert, once upon a time. Worked for Kasparov's sites in Moscow and Manhattan. Had ChessWatch for about six years.

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   geneven has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jun-14-11 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
geneven: I am posting a comment again to make sure it displays. I am new to this kind of posting here on my android tablet. I cannot change the kind of board that displays. . For example I cannot change to blank text or Misty Beach or anything. Not that I want to change board display ...
 
   Feb-14-11 Morphy vs Paulsen, 1857 (replies)
 
geneven: Pier: After 34...Rxg1 34. Kxg1 Rd2 35. Bxe6 Ne7 White is a piece up, Black's K is hemmed in, f-pawn may march soon, White's B helps everywere.
 
   Feb-10-11 Morphy vs Loewenthal, 1850 (replies)
 
geneven: I recommend the book Paul Morphy: A Modern Perspective by Valeri Beim (I'm reading it on my Kindle). It discusses the main game here at some length.
 
   Feb-09-11 Alekhine vs Flohr, 1936 (replies)
 
geneven: I think that 50....Rg8 may have just been a little joke born out of despair. The pawns are so overwhelming that 50...Rg7 has little point; the response 51. f5 followed soon by moves like Bc2 and f6 is quite easy, and if Black tries to march his h pawn White always has Rd1 followed ...
 
   Sep-29-05 Lasker vs Steinitz, 1894 (replies)
 
geneven: Reinfeld's Lasker's Greatest Chess Games 1889-1914 also gives 31...b6. This book was supposedly annotated by Reinfeld and Fine. They may have been relying on the German sources mentioned above. They do mention that after 31...b6, Be4 would have won quickly -- they must have wondered
 
   Jun-18-05 Tarrasch vs J Mieses, 1888 (replies)
 
geneven: This game doesn't appear in my Chessbase database for some reason, though it is in Reinfeld's collection of Tarrasch's games. White shuts in and attacks Black's king while defending his own in a queenless middlegame. 15. a4 is not recommended by Fritz, but it works out well.
 
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