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   louispaulsen88888888 has kibitzed 838 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-24-22 S Jeric vs Z Velickovic, 2001
louispaulsen88888888: Wait I take it back . I see what you mean.
   Jan-24-22 C Bauer vs E Escobar Felix, 2008 (replies)
louispaulsen88888888: Why doesn’t black take the rook at the end?
   Jan-23-22 W M Popert vs Staunton, 1841
louispaulsen88888888: This is game 1 in Sveshnikov’s excellent book on the Sveshnikov Sicilian. With 4. e5, Sveshnikov says it has transposed to an advance French, although had Black answered with d4, I’m not sure that can still be called an advance French. Sveshnikov says 18 Nfd4 is ...
   Jan-23-22 I Rice vs W Donisthorpe, 1892 (replies)
louispaulsen88888888: < Reading Steinitz's comments, Black was just doomed from the get-go. There's not a word as to what Black might have done to avoid annihilation.> Those notes above are just some of Steinitz’ comments. He does, for example , say “10. B-B3 or Kt-Q2 were more ...
   Jan-23-22 Clarence Seaman Howell
louispaulsen88888888: I came across his name in a crosstable of the Brooklyn Chess Club Rice Gambit Tournament 1904. He finished second, behind H.Helms.
   Jan-23-22 W T Pierce vs H D B Meijer, 1903
louispaulsen88888888: 11. Qe1!!
   Jan-22-22 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2012 (replies)
louispaulsen88888888: You don’t want to play your best stuff in a blitz tournament. You save it for the big game.Here, Carlsen solves the problem in a radical way.1.a4 doesn’t seem nearly as bad as 1. h4. White gets the opponent out of the book and has a reasonable position.
   Jan-18-22 de Firmian vs Benjamin, 1990 (replies)
louispaulsen88888888: Perhaps all white needed was a draw. 44.Bxc4 easy win.
   Jan-16-22 A Malitzki vs Unzicker, 1947
louispaulsen88888888: Oh %#@!<. You know what I mean.
   Jan-16-22 Albert Malitzki
louispaulsen88888888: Wow. 124 years old?. Nice going!
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