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Ron
Member since Mar-29-03 · Last seen Nov-25-22
"Everyone thought that the encounter of the two chess players was accidental."

--From the story "An Examination of the Works of Herbert Quain" by Jorge Luis Borges

Also, I have a blog devoted to chess:

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   Ron has kibitzed 3786 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-24-22 Carl Hartlaub
 
Ron: First came across this player today by coming across this game, where he sacs pawns and a piece: C Hartlaub vs Feingold, 1925
 
   Nov-05-22 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Ron: In the position below, White to move and win in 11: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish 15 line: 1. Qh6 Qf8 2. f5 Rcc7 3. f6 a6 4. Rh3 Rxf6 5. exf6 e5 6. fxg7 Qf5 7. Qe6+ Qxe6 8. Rh8+ Kf7 9. g8=Q+ Kf6 10. Qg5+ Kf7 11. Qg7#
 
   Oct-21-22 Sinquefield Cup (2022) (replies)
 
Ron: Earlier on this page I wrote: < Ron: Perhaps Carlsen didn’t explicitly state a cheating allegation is because he did not want to risk a defamation lawsuit. Remember, this tournament was in the US. US jurisdiction. The US, rightly or wrongly, has a reputation of being litigious. ...
 
   Oct-13-22 Euwe vs Sargon, 1979
 
Ron: As to Mr. Sullivan's idea, its pretty good, I plugged in to Stockfish 15: 20. g5 Nh5 21. Rxf7 Qd8 (if KxR, then d6 and Black's position gets heavily much worse) 22. Rf1 Rf8 23. Rxf8+ Bxf8 24. h4 Bc8 25. Be3 Bg7 26. Bf3 Qf8 27. Bxh5 gxh5 28. Nd2 h6 29. Ng3 hxg5 30. hxg5 Qf7 31. d6 Bf8 ...
 
   Oct-07-22 Hans Niemann (replies)
 
Ron: < HeMateMe: Isn't Aronian here now, too? He's no geek. I think Rex looks for talent, wants the USA to be a juggernaut again, say back when 1) the USA olympiad team had Fischer, Byrne, Benko, Lombardy 2) the USA olympiad team had Seirawan, Christiansen, Benjamin> The USA team in ...
 
   Sep-24-22 Aronian vs Ivanchuk, 2022
 
Ron: Daniel King in chessbase.com, after White 41st move, says "black to play and win"
 
   Sep-24-22 Keymer vs Saric, 2022
 
Ron: GM Karsten Muller discusses this endgame in chessbase.com Note the under-promotion to knight on White's 59th move. GM Muller says the computer's first choice though is 58. Rf8+
 
   Sep-17-22 Ivanchuk vs Beliavsky, 1988
 
Ron: Chessgames.com's computer analysis, at 4 fuel, agrees with Ivanchuk's 24th move. Ivanchuk eventually wins material. Chess combination do not necessarily have to start with a capture. I have a hunch excellent examples of these types of combination can be found in Ivanchuk's play.
 
   Sep-05-22 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004
 
Ron: After Leko's 18. ... h5, Raymond Keene writes, "And here I would have left Black's king's-side pawns severely alone and traded on d3. After 18...Nxd3 19 Kxd3 Ke7 20 Rc7 Rab8 followed by ...Rhc8, I believe Black could withstand the onslaught from White, though it must be admitted that ...
 
   Aug-29-22 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Ron: But then again, Amazon says the book is out of stock.
 
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