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   Pioneer27 has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Sep-12-20 Staunton vs Saint-Amant, 1843
Pioneer27: I agree with <poorthylacine> that Staunton was better, or at least okay, up to move 30. 30. Ne6 was a bad move, although White made the ending interesting. The move that baffles me is 44. . . f4. How did Black find that move---what prompted him to play it? Staunton called it
   Dec-31-19 Saint-Amant vs Staunton, 1843 (replies)
Pioneer27: I recently finished reading Cary Utterberg’s book on the famous De La Bourdonnais-McDonnell matches of 1834 and so I’ve moved onto another famous match in 1843 between Staunton & Saint-Amant. I like these old games. As others have commented, this game definitely ended ...
   Nov-26-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
Pioneer27: I see a number of suggestions for making World Championship games more interesting. Well, here’s another one for what it’s worth: Here’s an idea for future World Championship matches, whether they be 12, 16, 20, or 24 games, and the time controls don't need to be changed. ...
   Dec-03-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
Pioneer27: What was the most interesting or entertaining game of Round 1? Opinions?
   Aug-20-17 Aronian vs Caruana, 2017 (replies)
Pioneer27: At move 57, had Aronian exchanged Rooks, how would Black win? Black has a Rook pawn and a Bishop of the wrong color.
   Jul-11-15 Kholmov vs Karpov, 1970
Pioneer27: I was looking over notes I made on this game back in 1978 and noticed a discrepancy here. In Karpov's Collected Games by David Levy, Game 260, p. 125, Karpov's last move is given as 49...,Rh3+ not 49...,h3. Can anyone else confirm this?
   Jan-20-07 Smyslov vs Euwe, 1946 (replies)
Pioneer27: I was looking over this game in Smyslov’s My Best Games of Chess: 1935---1957 (Game 21)and the endgame caught my attention. This endgame is also found in Kasparov’s My Great Predecessors Vol II p. 272. At move 40, Smyslov gives the following analysis: “Passive defense would ...
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