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   cyclemath has kibitzed 81 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-01-22 David Anderton (replies)
cyclemath: The sad news is that David Anderton died on 1 April 2022.
   Oct-28-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
cyclemath: The venue (The College, Holborn) is opposite Sicilian Avenue.
   Mar-17-18 T Magnusson vs D Mirza, 2018
cyclemath: 20 ... Qd2 is mate.
   Jan-03-18 Anna Muzychuk (replies)
cyclemath: Anna was featured on Woman's Hour yesterday (2 January 2018) on BBC Radio 4. Here is a link to listen:
   Dec-26-17 Speelman vs T K Hemingway, 1972
cyclemath: By the way, TKH was known by the second of his initials - Keith.
   Oct-05-17 Tal vs B Dudley, 1964 (replies)
cyclemath: The 1974 amalgamation of Stourbridge (formerly in the county of Worcestershire) into the Dudley Metropolitan Borough (in the newly-formed county of West Midlands) still rankles with some residents.
   Jan-10-17 Sutovsky vs Morozevich, 2004 (replies)
cyclemath: There's a thread on Facebook today where this game has come up. It's entitled 'What is the furthest you have ever travelled for a single game of league chess?' The posts are mainly confined to journeys within the UK, but Emil Sutovsky has stepped in to say that he travelled from ...
   Jun-10-16 Geoffrey Frank Harris (replies)
cyclemath: Thanks for posting that <Tabanus>. Very interesting. The rest of the CHESS piece appears when you change HarrisA to HarrisB in the URL, I discovered:
   Dec-29-15 H Richards vs H M Klek, 2007
cyclemath: 27. Qc7 is mate.
   Nov-24-15 E Prie vs M Santo-Roman, 1997 (replies)
cyclemath: In pronunciation, the French expression 'en prise' rhymes, near enough, with 'on peas'. It doesn't rhyme with 'on pea'. I do hear lots of people in the chess world making it rhyme with 'on pea', though. Even the great Frank Brady wrote a book (Chess: How to Improve your Technique)
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