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samsloan
Member since May-20-04 · Last seen Dec-03-19
My name is Sam Sloan. I live in Bronx, New York. I am a book publisher through my company, Ishi Press. I now have 48 chess books in print, with more to come soon.
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   samsloan has kibitzed 72 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-19 Ed. Lasker vs Marshall, 1923
 
samsloan: Chess Secrets I learned from the masters, ISBN 9784871871341 page 276 says 32. Rb4 was a sealed move. Overnight, Lasker had an attack of appendicitis, an ambulance was called and Lasker lost consciousness while being taken to the hospital. Lasker was put to sleep with morphine. ...
 
   Aug-05-19 S Sloan vs William F Cox, 1956
 
samsloan: This was my first USCF rated win. My opponent was a professional magician. I am shocked at how poorly I played. I was 11 years old at the time. This is still kind of similar to many of my games even now, getting a lost position and still somehow winning.
 
   Jul-30-19 John N Buck (replies)
 
samsloan: I am searching for information about John N. Buck for a book. He was a personal and professional acquaintance of my mother, a child-psychiatrist in Lynchburg Virginia, but I never got to meet him or to play him. John Nelson Buck was Virginia State Champion in 1930. He was the ...
 
   Jul-30-19 W G Addison vs Reshevsky, 1962
 
samsloan: This game 1962 Addison vs Reshevsky created a great sensation because the invitation to Addison to compete in the US Championship was controversial. At that time, the USCF rating system was not well established and invitations to the US Championship was by committee, not by rating.
 
   Aug-06-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
 
samsloan: This is devastating news. I use chessgames all the time. Will it survive? I would be glad to take it over if nobody else is willing or able.
 
   Jan-08-17 Julia Elizabeth Sloan (replies)
 
samsloan: Yes. This is my new daughter.
 
   Jan-07-17 Karjakin vs Jobava, 2016
 
samsloan: Black blundered with 31. ... Rxe2 dropping the exchange to 32. Rd8+ but Black was in trouble anyway. Best was probably 31. ... Ne5 but Black seems lost anyway.
 
   Jan-03-17 M Geldiyeva vs J Sloan, 2016
 
samsloan: If Black had simply played 45. ... Kg7 instead of 45. ... f5 I do not see how White can win within the three minute time limit with only ten seconds left on her clock.
 
   Jan-02-17 J Sloan vs D Charochkina, 2016
 
samsloan: There was controversy with this game in Round 10. Julia was winning but played exf8=Q+ but pressed the clock before putting a second queen on the board. Black claimed a win. The arbiters on the spot ruled in favor of Julia and and awarded him a point but the chief arbiter changed ...
 
   Jan-02-17 J Krivec vs J Sloan, 2016
 
samsloan: 39. ... Rd2 blundered into mate. Black could have played four different moves 39. ... Bf4 or Rc3 or Rb3 or Ra3. All of them defend against the mate and give Black possibly a winning advantage.
 
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