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Reegan Milne
Member since Jun-12-04 · Last seen Sep-06-10
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   Reegan Milne has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-05-05 Reti Opening (A09) (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: I am no reti expert ( or player for that matter). However just looking at that opening <refutor> i believe the reason that the line 1.♘f3 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 is not played is because it leaves a hole on the d4 square because of the lack of C pawn and advanced E pawn. ...
 
   Aug-31-05 Nunn vs J A Sutton, 1984 (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: What i saw wasnt the quickest but still lead to mate , 28 exf6 h5(best try) 29. ♕xh5+ gxh5 30. ♖h3 with 31.♖xh5# to follow
 
   Aug-30-05 King's Pawn Game (C20) (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: <swapmeet> The queen's Pawn Counter Gambit,( or elephant Gambit) is simply a bad way to lose a pawn since after 3 exd5, black has no good way to keep the material balance, 3...Qxd5 4. Nc3 cost black too mcuh time while 3... e4 4.Qe2 doesnt work ( as you are discovering). ...
 
   Aug-24-05 Topalov vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: <deadparrot> my guess is the same thing will happen as in the game only white will have the threat of Q a8 leading to mate after 19 Qd5
 
   Aug-01-05 Two Knights Defense (C55) (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: why does white retreat the bishop in the Ulvestad varition 6. Bf1. what is wrong with the line 6.Bxb5 Qxd5 7.Be2 , black can not take at g2 because 7...Qxg2 8. Bf3 Qxg5(only move) 9.Bxc6+ wining a rook. Also from Be2 white is up a pawn. sure black has the attack but he gets ...
 
   Jul-31-05 Korchnoi vs Parma, 1971 (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: well the problem vampiero is that the passed pawn isnt winner because after Bxd4+ Kxd4 b7 Nxb7 h6 the continuation goes Nb2+ Kc2 Nd6 Bh5 e2 Bxe2 Nf3 and the pawn is stoped
 
   Jul-30-05 A Karlovich vs M Szelag, 2001 (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: why not 18. h4 and advance the h pawn with the idea of opening up the h file and mate on h8.
 
   Jul-03-05 Dortmund Sparkassen (2005) (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: US COPYRIGHT LAW: WHO OWNS THE RIGHTS TO THE LIST OF MOVES? Actually, the issue of "who owns the chess games" HAS been answered, at least under US copyright, and it turns out to be the same as "Who owns baseball's box scores?" The answer is..no one. The game score is a record ...
 
   Jul-03-05 Nimzowitsch vs Kostic, 1920 (replies)
 
Reegan Milne: IMO i think he went wrong in locking in his bishop on move 19 because not only does he make his greatly cut it mobility but also result in giveing white a isolated pawn on an half open file for no compensation. after the c pawn falls black has a queens side majority and the ...
 
   Jun-19-05 Kotronias vs Dorfman, 1988
 
Reegan Milne: after 48....N e3 how does white stop the pawn
 
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