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Swedish Logician
Member since Jul-11-11 · Last seen Oct-03-22
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   Swedish Logician has kibitzed 105 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-26-22 Nebermann vs Silbermann, 1902 (replies)
Swedish Logician: What a lovely gem! I simply had to save this to my collection Agreeable Miniatures ....
   Apr-29-22 Unzicker vs Tal, 1975 (replies)
Swedish Logician: I just saw the names of the players, but did not take notice of what colour they played. When I reached 24 R x f7 I thought: Typical Tal! and was flabbergasted to learn that the colours were the opposite.
   Apr-21-22 Robert Byrne (replies)
Swedish Logician: <key.pusher> looking back at earlier posts, I now, embarrassingly enough, discover an earlier post by MYSELF Dec-15-16, where I had found out about the Indiana connection. The COVID pandemic must have impaired my memory.
   Mar-18-21 P Thoren vs P Lacko, 1987 (replies)
Swedish Logician: This reminded me of another Swedish classic. A Sundin vs Erik Andersson, 1964
   Mar-08-21 N Sabbag vs C de Holanda, 1992
Swedish Logician: The final part of this game plays like a Volga/Benko Gambit, where for some unfathomable reason White's King has landed on the Queenside.
   Nov-07-20 Yagupov vs A Rustemov, 1995 (replies)
Swedish Logician: I considered the possibility that "26" was a typo for "16" , but that hardly made sense either, since, by a long shot, the move 16. Rxe6 was not Very Difficult to find, and hence not of the Saturday puzzle kind.
   Oct-27-20 T H Tylor vs R Cross, 1933
Swedish Logician: Both players were blind, and went on to become knighted and very prominent lawyers in the UK.
   Sep-28-20 F Soddy vs C E C Tattersall, 1900 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <moodini> Cambridge is more liberal here. It awards a "HALF BLUE" for Chess (but not a full blue) to members that represent it in a match against Oxford. At Oxford, Chess does not even merit a half blue, but is "under review".
   Sep-28-20 Frederick Soddy (replies)
Swedish Logician: Frederick Soddy won the 1921 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. These games were played towards the end of his first Oxford period in1898-1900. Subsequently, in 1919, he returned to Oxford as Dr Lee's Professor of Chemistry.
   Sep-09-20 A Riazantsev vs K Alekseenko, 2017
Swedish Logician: It would appear that white's 16. Qc4 is not the best reaction to 15. – Re8. There are four white wins with 16. Qh3 in the database, and three of those are very quick. A couple even last only 20 moves .
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