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Frits Fritschy
Member since Jul-21-16 · Last seen Oct-17-21
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   Frits Fritschy has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jul-08-21 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
Frits Fritschy: @Saul Goodman: the result of the match can't have given Alekhine the idea that Euwe would be a pushover. By the way, in Marshall?s book Chess Masterpieces, Euwe in 1928 considered this his best game ever (see Winter's chess notes site).
 
   Mar-02-20 Menchik vs Euwe, 1931
 
Frits Fritschy: If you pronounce 'Euwe' as 'youwee', no Dutch person will have a clue what you're talking about. For the correct pronunciation of the 'eu' in Euwe, see Peter Sellers/inspector Clouseau in 'The return of the Pink Panther', when he asks: 'Do you have a room?' The sound of the ...
 
   Dec-19-18 Geller vs Euwe, 1953 (replies)
 
Frits Fritschy: For any English speaker having trouble pronouncing de 'eu'-sound in Euwe's name: get a Pink Panther movie from your videoshop and listen to Clouseau saying: "Do you have a REUM?"
 
   Apr-06-17 A Zapata vs Anand, 1988 (replies)
 
Frits Fritschy: It is quite bad to lose with 5... Bf5 as black, but just imagine you have 300 elo more and lose the position with white! See https://www.365chess.com/view_game....
 
   Aug-02-16 NN vs Greco, 1620 (replies)
 
Frits Fritschy: White may actually be a little better after 7 Ke2(!). It threatens to exchange queens and then take the bishop, and after 7... Qxe5 8 Nxe5, the pawn on f7 is also under attack. Black probably has to play 7... Bb6. After 8 d3, 8... Qxe5 9 Nxe5 0-0 10 Bg5 gets black in some ...
 
   Aug-02-16 NN vs Greco, 1620 (replies)
 
Frits Fritschy: Arbiter58: You are right, but things aren't as simple as you say. I guess David2009 intended 37 Kf2 hxg4 38 Kg3 and if the bishop plays, 39 hxg4 with good drawing chances. However, black then wins by 38... gxh3! 39 Kxf3 Kg6, for instance 40 Bf8 Kf5 41 Bxg7 h2 42 Kg2 b4 43 Bf8
 
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