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Member since Nov-21-05 · Last seen Jan-20-21
IM Mark Ginsburg
peak USCF rating 2578 in 1993
Two-time champion, Manhattan CC once located at the famous Carnegie Hall -- too bad it's defunct now.

favorite players: Ljubojevic, Smyslov, Volokitin

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   nezhmet has kibitzed 160 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-21 Kavalek vs Ulf Andersson, 1978 (replies)
nezhmet: It was a Volvo car dealer showroom floor with massive windows all around.
   Jan-19-21 Gufeld vs Kavalek, 1962
nezhmet: Here's a great game from the Kavalek-Andersson 10 game exhibition match that took place at a Volvo showroom in Washington, DC, 1978. Kavalek vs Ulf Andersson, 1978
   Jan-17-21 A Mengarini vs R Ervin, 1971
nezhmet: 4...dxe4! 5. Nxe4 Nge7 ⩱
   Jan-17-21 M Diesen vs L Day, 1977
nezhmet: Black can surprisingly take on c3 with the B/g7 before the N/c3 jumps to b5. Then black's remaining pieces work well.
   Jan-17-21 R Ervin vs L Christiansen, 1977
nezhmet: 23...Bxc4 24. Ra4! and black loses the bishop with an inferior game.
   Jan-13-21 Reshevsky vs Lombardy, 1956
nezhmet: Finally 83...Qf4 84 Qg2+ Qg3 85 Qxb2 f5 is a very easy win. By keeping the wrong pawn black fell into a perpetual.
   Jan-13-21 Reshevsky vs Lombardy, 1969
nezhmet: Just 23...exf5 and black is better.
   Jan-03-21 Larsen vs Portisch, 1966
nezhmet: The computer engine points out the interesting 4...d6!? with compensation after 5. Qxg7 Qf6.
   Jan-03-21 M Wilder vs Larsen, 1988
nezhmet: The post-mortem revealed 28. Be3 won for white. Gyula Sax was one of the interested parties taking a look at it.
   Sep-27-20 Janowski vs Lasker, 1912
nezhmet: A local publication referenced in (La Strategie) claimed white could win with 22. Qh6, giving only the poor 22...c5 as a response. However after 22. Qh6 black can play 22...Nxd4 23. Nxd4 Nf5 24. Nxf5 Qxf5 with only a small plus to white.
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