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Member since Oct-13-07 · Last seen Jul-09-20
A New Zealander who has recently returned to Tauranga after a 12-year working vacation in various parts of the world.

I have played three tournaments this century - the Waitakere Open in New Zealand in 2002 (3/5), the Seoul Spring Chess Festival 2010 (4.5/5) and the Seoul Summer Chess Festival 2010 (3.5/4). I won the two Korean tournaments.

A have an Euwe number of three, an Alekhine number of four and a Fischer number of four.

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   newzild has kibitzed 1894 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-06-20 F Visier Segovia vs Tal, 1977
newzild: Added to my collection Game Collection: The Best Games You've Never Heard Of .
   Jul-05-20 Vyzmanavin vs Ulibin, 1995 (replies)
newzild: Like <NBZ>, I wrongly went for 17...Nexf2 with the idea: a) 18. Nxf2 Bxg2 19. Nxg4 (not 19. Kxg2 Ne3+) Be4 followed by 20...fg, winning a pawn and the initiative. b) 18. Bxb7 Ne3 followed by 19...Nxd1, with two rooks and a pawn vs three minor pieces.
   Jun-30-20 H Pfleger vs G Mazzoni, 1966 (replies)
newzild: 21. Bxh6 wins a pawn, as 21..Qxe2 runs into 22. Bxg7+ Kg8, when both 23. Qh6 and 23. Bxf6+ mate quickly.
   Jun-23-20 P Hardicsay vs Adorjan, 1986 (replies)
newzild: Ouch! An easy move to miss, though. White's real howler was to cede control of the f1-a6 diagonal.
   Jun-23-20 I Rabinovich vs Goglidze, 1939 (replies)
newzild: <Flashinthepan> Unfortunately 23. Ne7+ runs into 23...Qxe7.
   Jun-18-20 Acs vs V Chuchelov, 2007 (replies)
newzild: 26 Rxg2+ 27 Qxg2 Rg8 28 Ng4 h5 or 26 ... Rxg2+ 27 Kxg2 Rg8+ and now: 28. Kh1 Qd5+ +- 28. Kf2 Bh5+ recovers the exchange with a strong attack
   Jun-08-20 D Byrne vs W G Addison, 1969 (replies)
newzild: <<An Englishman:> Final trick doesn't appear in the game. 29...Rb8 tries to win back one pawn, but 30.Rc6+,Ke7; 31.Rxf6,gxf6; 32.Nc6+,Kd6; 33.Nxb8 (Bxd7!?),Nxb8 forces favorable simplification.> After 29...Rb8, White plays 30. Nc8+!
   May-16-20 Capablanca vs Brooklyn CC, 1931 (replies)
newzild: <Brenin> Yes, although 34...g6 35. Nf6+ is quicker.
   May-12-20 P Zarrouati vs Hartwick Brauckmann, 1990 (replies)
newzild: An interesting game. A shame Black lost - takes balls and imagination to play 2...Rg8 so early in the game.
   May-05-20 Reti vs K Havasi, 1912 (replies)
newzild: <kontrippo> on 29. Rxd5, I think 29...Qf3+ followed by 30...hg looks strong.
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