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Member since May-29-03 · Last seen Jan-18-21
I've been on the lookout for bits of chess information ever since I started collecting literature on the game back in 1972. Yes, the Fischer-Spassky match is what started it all! At any rate, I can see that I've come to the right place, both for giving and for receiving chess information online.
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   Infohunter has kibitzed 758 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-11-21 J Rezek vs P Kipasso, 2001 (replies)
Infohunter: <al wazir> After 9. Kb3 Qxe4 White seems to have something of a better way of repelling the attack with 10. a3, e.g. 10...d5 11. exd6 Bxd6 12.Ka2 Be6 13. Nc3, and now what does Black have?
   Jan-05-21 M Lodhi vs G Milos, 1988 (replies)
Infohunter: Instead of 39,,,Qc6+, why not 39...Bd5+? Am I missing something?
   Dec-29-20 L P Huse vs Johannes Frank Jensen, 2017 (replies)
Infohunter: White was winning until that one gaffe 21. Qg4?? That was all it took...
   Dec-14-20 Capablanca vs C Jaffe, 1910 (replies)
Infohunter: <Phony Benoni> Funny, I was thinking back to Sam Jaffe in that role just yesterday. What a coincidence.
   Dec-02-20 A Riemslag vs P Cameron, 1978
Infohunter: <WhiteRook48: 5. g3 probably dealt with the check better> Well, since it leaves Black "only" the Exchange up, I suppose so (5. g3 Bxg3+ 6. hxg3 Qxh1).
   Oct-07-20 R Ye vs Adianto, 1990 (replies)
Infohunter: <Cheapo by the Dozen: ...If [Black's] king advances, f4+ mates quickly, Black's ability to capture en passant notwithstanding.> 43.Nf7 or 43,Ng6 mates on the move.
   Sep-02-20 Benko vs I A Horowitz, 1968 (replies)
Infohunter: <Phony Benoni: <1.e4 Nc6 2.f4 f5 3.e5 g5!?> A profound positional concept, but it has certain tactical weaknesses.> Yes, certain ones.
   Jul-05-20 N Hald vs L Uedemann, 1902 (replies)
Infohunter: <Phony Benoni: Yes, White promoted the pawn. There is a mate-in-two available, but it's not trivially easy to find.> I did find a mate in three without too much trouble, viz., 43.b3 axb3 44.d8=Q b2 45.Qd3# or 45.Qd5#. But I did not find the mate in two on my own. That's not
   Apr-26-20 A M Hallmark vs S Fazekas, 1959 (replies)
Infohunter: <offramp> You are truly a bottomless fountain of edifying tidbits.
   Apr-10-20 A D Green vs D Thomas, 2010 (replies)
Infohunter: Black was just about to win by double check and mate, but then...
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