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satch boogie
Member since Dec-19-07
Favorite players are: Tal, Lutikov, Burn, Fischer, Reti, Alekhine.

Favorite current player is Michael Adams.

Took a break from playing for a while.
Not a terribly great player by any means, and rarely play anyway. I have a general understanding of the game, but that's about it.

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   satch boogie has kibitzed 95 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-12 R Durkin vs Spielman, 1957 (replies)
 
satch boogie: <zakkzheng> The Knight doesn't really do much on a3. It's just one of those uncommon openings you can use to (hopefully) throw your opponents game off a bit. It can lead to trench warfare style games, or it can get pulled back into better known positions. Example: ...
 
   Feb-12-10 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
satch boogie: Ray, could you recommend a good book on Alekhine's defense? Thanks in adv
 
   Feb-12-10 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
satch boogie: <lamont> Thanks for the kind words, I hope you are doing well. We got lots of snow here in North Texas, about 6 1/2" at my home here in Arlington. It's warming up however, and the snow is melting pretty fast. Take care and stay warm. Satch
 
   Feb-10-10 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
satch boogie: I don't believe the U.S. is backwards, although it's certainly seems to be headed in that direction. I refuse to associate with parties, even though I have conservative views. Socialization of health care is not going to be pretty if passed. The election of Scott Brown seems to
 
   Aug-01-09 JointheArmy chessforum (replies)
 
satch boogie: <zanshin> Interesting, my nephew took Karate for a few years, and showed me a few things they did. I eventually settled with this because I found it more practical than some other martial arts. Here's the official website if you were interested ...
 
   Jan-20-09 R Durkin vs Steiner, 1957
 
satch boogie: <Morphisher> I realized my mistakes a little while after I posted that, but it was too late to delete it when I finally realized that... Sometimes I do tend to miss things. Thank you for pointing that out.
 
   Jan-20-09 WannaBe chessforum (replies)
 
satch boogie: <Phony Benoni> I'm surprised they didnt after his speech today. The United States doesnt need change, it needs improvement. Keep the change, Obama. Yours Truly, satch boogie
 
   Dec-31-08 Gerard Welling (replies)
 
satch boogie: <Gejewe> Thank you very much for the games and your time, Happy New Year everybody!
 
   Dec-24-08 Hugh Edward Myers (replies)
 
satch boogie: <gejewe> Thanks for posting the game, I've just got done uploading it to the site. Now at least he wont have a 0% rating anymore.
 
   Oct-05-08 Benko vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
 
satch boogie: <ughaibu> Not necessarily. Let's say... After 35...g4 36.fxg4 fxg4 37.Qc8+ (...Re8 following would be useless b/c Qxg4+) Qc8+ is inevitable if 35...g4 Black doesn't have a great posistion.
 
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