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Member since Mar-14-17 · Last seen Oct-22-21
What a nice surprise you are reading this. Welcome! I’m Sicco Reeskamp and member since 2005 (although the system thinks otherwise). Although my chess rating has not been above the 1600 yet, I really can appreciate a good game. Many chess icons inspire me, e.g Capablanca, Lasker, Alekhine, Euwe, Fischer, Spassky, Karpov, Korchnoi and Kasparov. And this site has brought many other great players under my intention, e.g. Zuckertort, Gulko, Larsen or Short. My favourite chess teacher is by far Simon Williams, I love his dvds. But Akobian and Seirawan are great internet teachers as well. By the way, I’m Dutch. And live nearby Amsterdam. And as the biggest chance is that you are American, we have a connection, did you know? Being the founders of New York, words as dollar ( daalder), boss (baas), yankee (Jan Kees), the capitalistic financial system and the tolerance of religion stems from Amsterdam (please read Shorto’s highly recommended book 'Amsterdam'). So you might have guessed it already, history is a passion of mine. And now back to the chess games, cheers!
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   OrangeTulip has kibitzed 474 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-02-21 Timman vs Ljubojevic, 1972
OrangeTulip: Great game indeed!
   Sep-30-21 Reti vs Capablanca, 1924
OrangeTulip: Best pun I have seen, it is very poetic
   Apr-24-21 Caruana vs Giri, 2021 (replies)
OrangeTulip: Wow, Giri 3.0!
   Apr-08-21 E Paoli vs Bronstein, 1966 (replies)
OrangeTulip: White is completely lost. Important queenside pawn missing, and he also will lose the bisshop pair
   Nov-29-20 A Hambleton vs L'Ami, 2019
OrangeTulip: Nice game by L’ Ami! With a very special dance by the black king!
   Oct-04-20 Alekhine vs J Cohen, 1937 (replies)
OrangeTulip: I am very afraid Jaime did not survive the war): ): Alekhine did survive, however Stalin must have ordered, due to his wrong behaviour in the war, to get rid of him. Within an hour of his sudden death it was known in Moskow; a riddle with only one solution. Besides it fits ...
   Oct-03-20 Shipley / Neill vs Capablanca, 1918
OrangeTulip: Instructive game by Capablanca, handling the Caro-Kann in a modern way
   Sep-25-20 Gunnar Hedin vs Balashov, 2017
OrangeTulip: After exactly 50 years Balashov plays the same opening against the Bird. Consistent!
   Sep-25-20 A Palacios vs Timman, 1971
OrangeTulip: Nice game by Timman against the Bird
   Sep-19-20 Gligoric vs Smyslov, 1994 (replies)
OrangeTulip: In an interesting city
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