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rustyrook
Member since Oct-17-09 · Last seen Jul-24-11
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   rustyrook has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-15-10 Queen's Pawn Game (D05) (replies)
 
rustyrook: I play the Colle and Colle Zukertort in correspondence chess and I have had a lot of success against Kings Indian set- ups with 1d4 Nf6 2 Nf3 g6 3 e3 Bg7 4 c4 0-0 5 Be2 d6 6 0-0 It makes for sharp games with white attacking Queens side and black on Kings side. But if black plays ...
 
   Mar-12-10 E Cohn vs Nimzowitsch, 1904 (replies)
 
rustyrook: Blackburne played the black side of this opening in the late 1890's. It can transpose from the Englund Gambit too.For some interesting analysis see Tim Mcgrews The Gambit Cartel at Chesscafe.com.If black knows what he his doing the line can be very dangerous!
 
   Jan-11-10 K Lloyd vs B H Wood, 1959 (replies)
 
rustyrook: Wow! Great tactics in this game!Whites opening is suspect and after 36-- Qe4 he has no defence. Is this opening a Philidor by transposition?
 
   Jan-03-10 G Atwood vs J Wilson, 1801 (replies)
 
rustyrook: Yes quite correct KingG! It would appear then that blacks only defence is 13-- Bg7 and if 14 Qxe4 then Bxc3ch 15 bxc3 b5 16 Bb3 a5. What do you think?
 
   Jan-01-10 G Atwood vs J Wilson, 1801
 
rustyrook: Black plays good moves here until 15-- Rf8.I think 15--b5 followed by a5 and queenside development looks good.
 
   Jan-01-10 G Salmon vs I Szabo, 1858 (replies)
 
rustyrook: 7--dxe4 is an error. Better is 7--Bb4ch if 8c3 then dxe. The difference is that black gets his King safe and gets an attack for his pawn.
 
   Jan-01-10 Kolisch vs Rhodes / Walker, 1861 (replies)
 
rustyrook: How about 10--Bf2ch? One possible line is 11 Ke2 Bh4 12 Nf3 Nf5 13g4 Nd6 14 g5 Qe8 15 Qd4 Nf5 16 Qg4 cxd 17 Nxh4 Bxe6 and although a piece down black as a dangerous attack.
 
   Dec-31-09 Nigel Short (replies)
 
rustyrook: Happy New Year to you too. Good health and good chess in 2010!
 
   Dec-30-09 S Mlotkowski vs Deacon, 1913 (replies)
 
rustyrook: 7--Qf6 is the move going after the e pawn. Then 8Nf7 Bxe6 9Nxh8 Nc6 but not 9--d4 when 10Qh5ch Kf8 11 Qb5 seems to favour white.
 
   Dec-30-09 P Nurmi vs A J Mestel, 1975 (replies)
 
rustyrook: This is a tricky line.Maybe 7Ng5 is whites best move then Ne5 8Qxd4 Nbc6 9Qd5 Ne7 10 Qxe5!dxe5 11 Bf7ch Kd7 12Ne6 and white keeps his extra pawn.
 
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