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Member since Aug-24-12 · Last seen Oct-19-21
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   HaydenB has kibitzed 59 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-22-21 Bronstein vs Shcherbakov, 1992
HaydenB: The last 16 moves of this game are analyzed instructively in Andy Soltis' book The Inner Game of Chess. Highly recommended.
   Jul-01-21 Fine vs Botvinnik, 1938 (replies)
HaydenB: I think this game illustrates just how strong Fine was; Botvinnik was no pushover. He would be World Champion 10 years later. Who knows how strong Fine would've become had he not retired.
   May-12-21 R Hungaski vs Y Norowitz, 2012
HaydenB: Wow white had a won game with 64. Rf8 These guys were both IMs here white soon to be a GM too
   Mar-09-21 E Schiller vs E Tate, 2011 (replies)
HaydenB: Wow Tate missed a mate in 12 starting with 43...Qb1, and that fat midget Schiller goes down in flames!
   Sep-25-20 Balashov vs Andersson, 1973 (replies)
HaydenB: It's mate in 5 with Rxh7; e6 still wins but it takes longer.
   Jun-16-20 Benjamin vs M Sana, 2019 (replies)
HaydenB: The only time I ever saw Joel Benjamin was in Las Vegas in 1986 at the National Open. In between rounds, Steve Doyle, the President of the USCF at the time, gave an informal Q and A. One of the inevitable questions was about Bobby Fischer. After telling us the story about how ...
   May-17-20 Fedorowicz vs Seirawan, 1976 (replies)
HaydenB: STUPID deceptive puzzle: black to play but white wins? Should have been a move earlier with WHITE to play and win!
   Apr-16-20 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927
HaydenB: My Fritz database gives the move as 52. ...Nf8
   Nov-26-19 Prins vs E Paoli, 1949 (replies)
HaydenB: Looked more like a puzzle from "Test Your Positional Play." What is white's plan seems to be the question. Chessgames is not the same without Daniel and Alberto.
   Nov-21-19 Reti vs Alekhine, 1925 (replies)
HaydenB: I think it was Andy Soltis who wrote somewhere that Alekhine had to have seen at least 13 moves deep into his combination, not counting all the candidate moves in the possible side variations. He therefore considers this game to be the greatest example of calculation of any player ...
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