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kostich in time
Member since Feb-08-03 · Last seen Mar-30-20
IM currently too busy being a graduate student (Politics..Phd dissertation on Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass)to play much chess, but I have an amateurs passion for the game.My three favorite chess players would have to be Tal, Fischer(Im sad hes now thoroughly nuts)and Kasparov. Ilive in Charlottesville Virginia.In addition to working on my doctoral dissertation, I work in the library and as a speech-writer for a Professor. Epilogue as of November,2004. Ifinished my Ph.D in may and am currently looking for a publisher. Ive been told its an excellent cotributiion to understanding Lincoln, Douglass and the Civil War rightnow im in limbo, holding down part-time jobs and looking for lucrative acdemic employment
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   kostich in time has kibitzed 389 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-07-20 Topalov vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
kostich in time: "Queen? We don't need no stinking Queen!"
   Nov-26-19 L Barden vs Rossolimo, 1950 (replies)
kostich in time: Chernev includes this in The Most Instructive Games Of Chess Ever Played.
   Nov-26-19 Fine vs H Steiner, 1947 (replies)
kostich in time: Odd. Fine claimed years later that his match with Steiner showed he was "out of form". However, he beat the #5 player in the US $ to ), with 2 draws. He also won the Werthiem Memorial the next year with seven wins and 2 draws ,beating Euwe and Najdorf. In short, had he not ...
   Nov-23-19 Reshevsky vs Guimard, 1951
kostich in time: An excellent game by Reshevsky. It is included in 100 Master Games Of Modern Chess by Tartakower and DuMont
   Nov-22-19 Dake vs C H Alexander, 1935
kostich in time: An excellent performance by Dake against the clever British master. He inexorably builds the pressure until Alexander is helpless.
   Nov-18-19 Qi Jingxuan vs Karpov, 1983 (replies)
kostich in time: It is indeed hilarious to see Karpov playing one of Fischer favorite lines-and improving on Bobby.
   Nov-08-19 Kostic vs Euwe, 1921 (replies)
kostich in time: It is odd that there should be no comments on his. It is one of Kostic's best games. e6!!was a killing blow.
   Nov-08-19 R Domenech vs Flohr, 1935 (replies)
kostich in time: One of Flohr's little known masterpieces. A fine example of playing actively in a simplified position
   Nov-08-19 Petrov vs Pirc, 1936 (replies)
kostich in time: This is the Pirc game included in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Chess. It is a rare-and brilliant -example of two knights outplaying two bishops in an open position.
   Sep-08-18 I A Horowitz vs P Trifunovic, 1935
kostich in time: Horowitz was in excellent form at Warsaw, !935, as was Kupchick. This game, against the usually unbeatable Trifunovich, is literally fought until the last pawn. The US had to win this game, as the (relatively)inexperienced Fine had gone down against Dr. Vidmar.
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