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blusiryn
Member since Sep-04-10 · Last seen Apr-24-11
white male, late 20's, living in western MD. My uscf is about 1500-1600 though i have not played a rated tournament in 3-4 years, i still play occasionally on the web mostly FICS. Not much of an opening buff though I always play e4 lines as white. I have an aggressive attacking style, though I have become more conservative & tactical in my approach the last few years. My favorite players would probably be Morphy (though to be honest I haven't really studied more than a few of his games). I find his straightforward and classical approach highly appealing.

   blusiryn has kibitzed 3 times to chessgames  
   Sep-11-10 Philidor vs J Bruehl, 1788 (replies)
 
blusiryn: What's wrong with 6...Bh4+? White is forced to move the king to e2 or d2 hampering his development, since 7.Nxh4 Qxh4+ will end badly for white.
 
   Sep-04-10 Geller vs Kan, 1955 (replies)
 
blusiryn: As for moving the knight around some more at the end, it wouldn't do any good but for a few moves. White is threatening to trade minor pieces after which black has to chase down the pawn allowing white to move on the queenside and queen. (46...Kd6 47.Bxd5 Kxd5 48.f6 Ke6 49.Kb6 Kxf6
 
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