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   sadmadbadcad has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jan-15-20 Bird vs Zukertort, 1883 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: Correction: I meant 65 Kc2 and 67 Ke2.
   Oct-18-19 Grischuk vs Caruana, 2019 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: Why are we being informed that this is Grischuk vs Caruana. That was yesterday. This game is Caruana vs Aronian.
   Jun-09-19 Kotronias vs Van Wely, 1993 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: <jayfreeman><Black should just take the knight on 25th move (25... fxe6) and he is even winning> After 25... fxe6 26 Qxe6+ Kd8, then 27 Rc1 seems to win for White.
   Dec-11-18 C H Alexander vs Tylor, 1936
sadmadbadcad: Chessgames: The notes to this game are a half move out of sync with the actual moves. Notes to White's moves correspond with the next black move and vice versa.
   Feb-07-09 Lasker vs Janowski, 1901 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: This game and the Evans Gambit game were played as a short exhibition match at Manchester Chess Club. I believe other sources give the date as 1902, not 1901. The choice of openings in these two games is typical of exhibition play.
   Sep-26-08 Saemisch vs Vidmar, 1929 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: For more information on this game, see Chess Notes 5060 at
   Sep-26-08 Bird vs M Fleissig, 1873 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: The opening 1.e4 e6 2.Bb5 is known as "Bird's Bastard". It is an invitation to a draw. 2...Qg5 3.Bf1 Qd8 4.Bb5 etc.
   Sep-13-08 Janowski vs Marshall, 1905 (replies)
sadmadbadcad: There seems to be an error in the score here, since 68 g6+ wins. The actual game must have gone 67...Bd3+ 68 Ke5(say). Then 68...Bb5 does seem to draw.
   Oct-26-07 Raymond Keene (replies)
sadmadbadcad: <Ray Keene> Going back to your post of 17th October - what about with Zukertort - Blackburne, London 1883? Zukertort was a naturalized briton. By the way, who was the first British citizen to become a grandmaster?
   May-21-07 Burn vs Janowski, 1898
sadmadbadcad: Both players look to be in time trouble coming up to move 30. Burn missed 28 Nh6+, which forces mate.
   May-21-07 David Janowski (replies)
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