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Member since Nov-28-05 · Last seen Jul-02-22
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   goodevans has kibitzed 3030 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-02-22 Tseshkovsky vs Lputian, 1977 (replies)
goodevans: <King Death: [...] In this game Lputian (a very strong player himself) gets killed by letting White get way too much play in the center and kingside.> Smbat Lputian went on to overtake Vitaly Tseshkovsky as far as ratings were concerned but at the time this game was played ...
   Jul-01-22 M Greengard vs J Rivero, 1995 (replies)
goodevans: <Brenin: <Gottschalk>: After 25 ... Bc3 White has nothing better than a draw by repetition with 26 Rh8+ Kf7 27 Rh7+ Kg8 28 Rh8+ etc. ...> In that line, 27...Ke6 might be worth a look. Can Black keep the game alive to his advantage? I'd take a look myself but (a) I'm a ...
   Jun-29-22 D Byrne vs G Kramer, 1954 (replies)
goodevans: I misread 'D Byrne vs G Kramer' on the home page and just for a second I thought it might be <David Byrne vs Kelsey Grammer>. Doh!
   Jun-29-22 R Lovkov vs R Nechepurenko, 2008 (replies)
goodevans: Black's blunder, 36...Bg7?, was bad but understandable (35...Bg7 and 36...Rc5 in the opposite order would have been just fine). I can only assume White's big error was down to some sort of panic. <49...b2?!> just had to be a bluff and White fell for it. Simply <50.Nxd4 ...
   Jun-27-22 F Parr vs R G Wade, 1962 (replies)
goodevans: A nice pun and an interesting game (though I can't quite believe both players missed 32.Rxc7). A fitting tribute to our dearly departed <PB>. For anyone interested, here's a link to <PB>'s profile page - User: Phony Benoni - which in turn has a link to his player page.
   Jun-25-22 Keene vs R G Wade, 1965 (replies)
goodevans: <harrylime: ... For some reason this site loves him .> And that's the big difference between him and you. Lol lol (as you would say).
   Jun-24-22 Capablanca vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
goodevans: Quite remarkable that Capa lasted nearly 70 moves a piece down. <CapablancaFan: [...] Capa wasn't fighting for a win, he was fighting for a draw. He had hoped (maybe naively) that if he could eliminate blacks a pawn then somehow exchange rooks then it's an automatic draw.> ...
   Jun-22-22 Mednis vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
goodevans: Here's the position after SF's suggested 24.Rd5 Rxe7 25.dxe7 Nc6 26.Nd6 Nxe7 27.Nxc8: [DIAGRAM] I think Black can resign that. Alternatively 24.Nc5 Rxe7 25.dxe7 Re8 26.Rd8 f6 27.Rxe8+ Kf7 28.Rg8 Kxe7 29.Rxg7+ also gives White a pretty comfortable edge. [DIAGRAM] So move 24 really
   Jun-20-22 P Hoppner vs D Moody, 1979 (replies)
goodevans: <chrisowen> has been on my (very short) ignore list for years but I wouldn't wish him any ill. I thank <henilsson> for his regular reminders that co is still alive and cricking.
   Jun-19-22 Posch vs Dorrer, 1958 (replies)
goodevans: 'Posh Spice', Victoria Beckham (née Adams), wasn't particularly posh. She's an Essex girl and 'Essex Girls' have a reputation of being rather trashy and a little bit thick. Clearly such a reputation is derogatory but Victoria didn't do it any favours by forgetting in an interview
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