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Member since Apr-18-06 · Last seen Oct-14-12
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   johnnyfroaction has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-17-07 US Championship (2007) (replies)
johnnyfroaction: i stopped by this tourney today, it seems pretty cool for our little town.
   Apr-24-07 E Polihroniade vs K Spraggett, 1993 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: bizarre game, white seems to be lost from about move 9. maybe shoulda played 8. Ne1 and 9. f4 and fianchettoed the dark bishop. The ending from about 27 on is well played by black, nice shot with 35. Ng2.
   Apr-18-07 Miles vs S Arkhipov, 1993 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: (album) great album.
   Apr-16-07 Beliavsky vs F Bindrich, 2007 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: just his setup with the black pieces, it looks like the sheshnikov or kan or some kind of sicilian setup.
   Mar-31-07 W Lennartz vs Lasker, 1925 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: i don't think ol' lennartz knows he has two rooks. he doesn't move his kings' for 45 moves.
   Mar-13-07 Ribli vs Spassky, 1985 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: this puzzle is all good and well but i feel like 5 or so people could address why black didn't play 83...Qxh6
   Mar-03-07 Morozevich vs Leko, 2007 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: seems like 27...Bc8 and 28...Bf5 are good examples of when NOT to trade down into simplifications when up in material. losing the light squared bishop allows the plan of getting the knight to e6 and keeping it there, where it is better than either of blacks rooks.
   Mar-01-07 Alekhine vs F Ureta, 1927 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: 43... Rh8 what kind a bunk crap...
   Mar-01-07 Pilzecker vs Rattman, 1946 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: Bg6 is a nice little puzzle.
   Feb-02-07 Moscow vs London, 2007 (replies)
johnnyfroaction: The Wilkes-Barre Variation 4...Bc5!? looks crazy--Black ignores White's threat to f7--yet there is no known refutation of it. In Europe, it is known as the Traxler Variation. ---Nick DeFirmian from the 'explore this opening link'.
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