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   LivBlockade has kibitzed 348 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-14-22 Tal vs NN, 1973 (replies)
LivBlockade: <nalinw: "Blinded by the Knights"> See Aronian vs Gelfand, 2011
   Jul-04-22 N McDonald vs Sadler, 2018
LivBlockade: Nice finish! Black's active King and Bishop prevent the White King from reaching the corner.
   Jun-25-22 Keene vs R G Wade, 1965 (replies)
LivBlockade: We had this one a while back: Rossolimo vs R G Wade, 1950
   Nov-21-21 M Cuellar Gacharna vs Reshevsky, 1967 (replies)
LivBlockade: I thought the pun was brilliant, as was the move Rook King Four.
   Sep-15-21 Marshall vs Maroczy, 1926
LivBlockade: <thegoldenband>: In the comments for the player Albert Charles Chow , <FSR> provided this link which is related to your post.
   Jun-16-21 Kasparov vs Beliavsky, 1981 (replies)
LivBlockade: I tried submitting a similar pun, but it was not selected for GOTD. Root 6...d6 D Root vs Browne, 1980
   Apr-15-21 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
LivBlockade: Wow! Quite an impressive collection! Thanks again.
   Apr-15-21 B Yildiz vs J Gokbulut, 2019 (replies)
LivBlockade: I had the idea for pun/GOTD. I don't know an easy way to search the database for games played on April 15th, so I suppose when I saw this game I felt it had enough merits to be at least good enough to submit and let the judges decide whether to choose it. It's an interesting ...
   Apr-11-21 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
LivBlockade: Question for those of you who are mathematically inclined. I was trying to ballpark the maximum number of moves in a chess game without hitting the 50-move rule. Given the finite number of pawn moves and captures available, I came up with 6174. That's: 49 moves between each pawn
   Apr-09-21 Kupchik vs Capablanca, 1926 (replies)
LivBlockade: I'll confess, the pun is also a play on words with Jersey Shore, the name of an American reality television series featuring characters including "Snooki' and "The Situation". That, combined with the fact that the game was played in New Jersey and the skill/confidence (Sure) ...
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