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RadioBoy
Member since Dec-03-15 · Last seen Feb-07-23
1973 Ohio High School co-champion. Favorite players Korchnoi, Tal, Lasker, Alekhine.

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   RadioBoy has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-02-23 Botvinnik vs Kotov, 1967 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: It seems odd to resign an exchange down. Maybe they both had theater tickets?
 
   Oct-19-22 U.S. Championship (2022) (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Niemann has admitted that he cheated in innumerous games with the sole purpose of getting his rating high enough to have the opportunities to play in elite tournaments. Opportunities that he stole from his opponents. I doubt that that has even ever crossed his mind, or ever will. ...
 
   Sep-22-22 J H Donner vs C van den Berg, 1959 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: <Brenin> RadioBoy: I prefer 52. c5. b4-b5 allows c5 which seems to give black a protected passed pawn and a draw.> <Brenin> 52 b4 c5 53 a6 Kc6 (or Kc7) 54 bxc5 is an easy win for White. However, 53 b5 Kc7 leads to a draw I meant 52. b4 Kc7 53. b5 c5, not 52. b4 c5.
 
   Sep-16-22 Bronstein vs Botvinnik, 1951
 
RadioBoy: Why not 48. e6? 48... fxe6 49. fxe6 Ke5 50. Nd7+ Kd6... Black cannot capture on e6 without allowing white's ... Nc5+ & Nxb7 or a later Nxb6 drawing.
 
   Sep-16-22 Keres vs Botvinnik, 1956 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Why not 20.... BxN??
 
   Aug-08-22 W Springe vs H Gebhard-Elsass, 1927 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: Poor Hans must have been a student of that NN guy. He never seem to have ever won a game either.
 
   Jul-15-22 Dubov vs A Puranik, 2021
 
RadioBoy: Oops. Ke6 wins, while ke4 draws.
 
   Jun-27-22 Rapport vs Firouzja, 2022
 
RadioBoy: Chess coverage seems to have devolved into the hoopla about the candidates tournament and the world championship match. Featuring the usual 10 or 12 suspects. I miss the good old days when Gligoric or Browne or Uhlman reported on a particular tournament that they won with no world ...
 
   Jun-26-22 Firouzja vs Radjabov, 2022
 
RadioBoy: 21. Nxh6? Qxf2+ !! 22. Rxf2 Rxf2+ 23. Kh1 Nxg3++
 
   Jun-12-22 Portisch vs Geller, 1961 (replies)
 
RadioBoy: 38...Rf1+ 39. RxR QxR+ 40. Kh2 Nf3+ seems more forcing.
 
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