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Member since Oct-13-05
Favorite players:
1) Larsen
2) Rubinstein
3) Lasker
4) Ivanchuk
5) Capablanca/Alekine (depends on my mood)

   henderson10 has kibitzed 72 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Nov-29-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
henderson10: <WannaBe & DrDum> Check out this link (PDF format)--
   Nov-11-05 Sicilian, Najdorf (B90) (replies)
henderson10: <Isolani> I'm probably missing something here, but what about (after d5) ...exd5 exd5 Bxd5? I suppose preparing it with a Nf6 (or Nge7) swing would work.
   Nov-05-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
henderson10: <joshka> Cleveland Heights
   Nov-03-05 Bent Larsen (replies)
henderson10: <Hesam> Thanks much--en route to check out the rest of the interview right now. <AdrianP> Sorry for the much-delayed response, but I'm rapidly becoming a fan of Ivanchuk's play. Not to slight Moro, who I also enjoy, but he reminds more of a pure attacking player. ...
   Oct-23-05 Grunfeld, Exchange (D86) (replies)
henderson10: Seems hard to justify exchanging a d-pawn for a b-pawn as black, since there appears to be no real compensation for it.
   Oct-23-05 A J Goldsby (replies)
henderson10: <prodigywannabe> I beg to differ on this. To paraphrase Scott Adams, the Peter Prinicple is that employees rise to the level of incompetence, whereas the Dilbert Principle is that the most incompetent employees are systematically moved to the position where they can do the
   Oct-21-05 Neo-Grunfeld Defense (D70) (replies)
henderson10: <hintza> When I took German I always pronounced it ('it' being a u with an umlaut) as though it were Gruernfeld, but without enunciating the (second) r, if that makes any sense. It's a bit difficult to explain, and as you said a bit difficult to grasp for a non-native ...
   Oct-21-05 Eric Schiller (replies)
henderson10: Thanks--I hadn't looked at your site to see what areas you worked in. I got into Eco's work through his fiction, though I think I actually prefer his essays now. "How to Travel With a Salmon" is an excellent & humorous collection that I would recommend if you haven't read it
   Oct-20-05 Caro-Kann (B10) (replies)
henderson10: And I have no patience whatsoever....
   Oct-19-05 Veselin Topalov (replies)
henderson10: <Gypsy> Very good point about Topalov's window of opportunity possibly closing.
   Oct-19-05 Edward Lasker (replies)
   Oct-19-05 Aron Nimzowitsch (replies)
   Oct-19-05 Oldrich Duras (replies)
   Oct-17-05 Sicilian (B20) (replies)
   Oct-16-05 Wilhelm Steinitz (replies)
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