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paladin at large
Member since Jan-27-05 · Last seen Feb-22-23
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   paladin at large has kibitzed 1230 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-14-22 Keres vs Kotov, 1947 (replies)
paladin at large: Keres with White - relentless against the Sicilian as so often.
   Jan-06-22 Euwe vs Capablanca, 1931
paladin at large: Euwe could have added that he himself did not know that he was walking into his own trap - as White. Whether the trap was a surprise or not, the two draws sealed Capa's victory in the match.
   Jan-01-22 Capablanca vs A Kreymborg, 1910 (replies)
paladin at large: Or "Krèym and Punishment"
   Nov-20-21 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
paladin at large: Why is Nottingham (1936) not among the Notable Tournaments? IIANM, Capablanca once said it was his proudest achievement (sharing 1st place with Botvinnik), considering that he was not well at the time.
   Sep-17-21 Schlechter vs Burn, 1897 (replies)
paladin at large: <keypusher> Appreciate your finds from these interesting players of yesteryear. This one makes a nice addition for my granddaughter.
   Feb-09-15 Z von Balla vs W Cohn, 1906
paladin at large: Quite an assault by bishops and pawns.
   Feb-13-14 Lasker vs J Mason, 1892 (replies)
paladin at large: Mason defends well initially but Lasker makes a fine combination at move 33 and drives his advantage, opening space for his rooks.
   Feb-01-14 Moreau vs J Mason, 1903 (replies)
paladin at large: <Whitehat1963> He sure did. As sad as this ending was for Col Moreau, it represents his best outing on record here, in terms of most moves leading to loss.
   Feb-01-14 P S Leonhardt vs Rubinstein, 1911 (replies)
paladin at large: 53. a3 loses quickly. Could Leonhardt have held on with 53. Bh5 ?
   Jan-31-14 Bogoljubov vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1922 (replies)
paladin at large: A ghastly disintegration - from White's perspective - of his queenside.
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