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HaydenB
Member since Aug-24-12 · Last seen Jan-22-22
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   HaydenB has kibitzed 60 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-12-21 Bisguier vs Stein, 1962 (replies)
 
HaydenB: 24. h4 was the losing move. Bisguier misses a draw with Qh7+
 
   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.
 
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