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Member since May-11-08 · Last seen Apr-07-19
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   bengalcat47 has kibitzed 313 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-18 Euwe vs Rubinstein, 1923 (replies)
bengalcat47: White's d8 Rook is immune. If Black's Queen takes this Rook with 32...Qxd8 then 33 Rg7+, Kf8; 34 Ne6 mate!
   Sep-09-18 Zbynek Hracek (replies)
bengalcat47: He should asking Pat Sajak and Vanna White, "May I please buy some vowels?"
   Jul-27-18 Rubinstein vs Bogoljubov, 1922 (replies)
bengalcat47: I agree with <catlover>. Let's get back to talking about the game. In the final position Black resigns because his king is caught in a decisive attack by the two rooks and the bishop. Black could avoid mate but he would end up a whole rook down.
   Jul-09-18 J Hector vs A Gupta, 2016 (replies)
bengalcat47: leRevenant The Gupta empire was a powerful state the ruled northern India from about 240 to 590 AD. The empire was weakened by repeated invasions from Central Asian tribes related to the Huns in the 6th century. During the Gupta period the development of our modern Hindu-Arabic ...
   May-11-18 I Rabinovich vs A Selezniev, 1914
bengalcat47: After 24...Qxe5 25. g5+ wins the Black Queen.
   Apr-28-18 D King vs Larsen, 1991 (replies)
bengalcat47: Excuse this pun, but I wonder if Larsen felt all bent out of shape after losing this game.
   Dec-20-17 H W Apperly vs H Charlick, 1894 (replies)
bengalcat47: Another good pun for this game would be "Oh Henry!"
   Dec-09-17 Reshevsky vs Larsen, 1971
bengalcat47: Nice win by Reshevsky. I know this will sound corny but my advice to Larsen would be "Don't get all bent out of shape!"
   Dec-03-17 Reshevsky vs Santasiere, 1938
bengalcat47: This game can be found in the book "Modern Ideas in the Chess Openings."
   Nov-05-17 Fischer vs Panno, 1970 (replies)
bengalcat47: This reminds me of Pillsbury's win against von Bardeleben at Hastings in 1895.
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