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   rustyj has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-12-14 Damljanovic vs Ponomariov, 2003
rustyj: See page 8 of Nigel Davies "play 1e4 e5!"
   Aug-17-11 Bronstein vs Kotov, 1946 (replies)
rustyj: Is Bronstein's 20. Nc3 purely a decoy move so as to get black to move its knight off of d6 to 20...Nd7 with the intention of moving White's bishop freely from 22. Bxg7 to 23. Bxe5?
   Aug-16-11 Bronstein vs Pachman, 1946 (replies)
rustyj: Why doesn't black take the white Rook after 27. Rxd5 with 27...bxd5?
   Jul-15-11 Bronstein vs L Morgulis, 1940 (replies)
rustyj: Thanks kindly Shams. Fritz shows Black ignoring a gxh6 attack and going for 18..Bxd3 The Queen and Knight go after White's King, but eventually the King ends up back on F8 and it just gets difficult for White to checkmate. [Event "Kiev-tm USSR/YUG"] [Site "Kiev-tm USSR/YUG"] ...
   Feb-14-11 Playing Zone chessforum (replies)
rustyj: No take back arrows make it hard. I went to castle but accidentally dropped my mouse on one square too early and wholla, there went my castle attempt. It is also hard to see where or even when the computer made it's move. A PGN list would be good too. Keep it up though. I love you ...
   Dec-03-10 Morozevich vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
rustyj: Check out Judit Polgar v Veselin Topalov "Mexican Standoff" (Kings Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit)C33 played on Nov 30, 2010. She beats him and also adds a novelty move pointed out by Danny Rensch in his video on on 12/3/2010.
   Dec-03-10 J Polgar vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
rustyj: Why does Topalov make this move? 19. ...Bh5 ? I can't figure if it is a perceived threat, a real threat, or a decoy move? Only to come back on 20. and ...Bxf3
   Dec-01-10 A Sokolov vs Flear, 2003
rustyj: See Gary Lane's analysis of this game in his article entitled It's A Wonderful Life at:
   Jul-30-10 Keres vs W Winter, 1935 (replies)
rustyj: Vladimir Vukovic presents this game in his book " Art of Attack in Chess" (page 23), as a great example of an F7 attack on an uncastled King. After the knight sacrifice (13 Nxf7!), he states that "A sacrificial assault on f7 must as a rule be followed up by aggressive action, so as ...
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