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suenteus po 147
Member since Feb-08-03 · Last seen Nov-26-22
Peter Alfred Fontaine

GMT -8 / he, him, his / last official USCF rating was sub 1700 (about 17 years ago)

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"Pawn to King four. [...] Bishop to Queen's Bishop four. [...] Queen to King's Bishop three. [...] Queen takes King's Bishop's pawn. Checkmate." -- Suenteus Po

"It's always best to sacrifice your opponent's pieces." -- Savielly Tartakower

"There is a gate at the stairs into heaven barring the way. It is the poet's duty to pick the lock." -- Walt Whitman

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   suenteus po 147 has kibitzed 10644 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-05-22 Browne vs W Lukowiak, 1964 (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: Good Youngman Browne
 
   Aug-29-22 Andersson vs Knaak, 1974
 
suenteus po 147: Stean in <Simple Chess> says that Black's initiation of exchanges with 8...Ne4 leaves him behind in development, which makes 11...d5 a questionable move that opens the center for White. Instead, he recommend locking things down with 11...d6 until he can catch up in ...
 
   Aug-27-22 E Cobo Arteaga vs Andersson, 1974
 
suenteus po 147: In the final position, White cannot save both the bishop and the rook. Moving the bishop to safety allows 30...Bc5. Nice end position to clinch the game.
 
   Aug-16-22 Bogoljubov vs Yates, 1925 (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: <The Second Coming> by William Butler Yeats: "Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ...
 
   Aug-12-22 Keres vs Lilienthal, 1940 (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: Lilienthal defends admirably here. Keres makes several attempts to gain a concrete advantage, but despite his best efforts, nothing ever materializes. I wonder about 29.Nf7 offering his rook for exchange, which Black declines. Not quite sure what he was hoping to create. ...
 
   Aug-10-22 suenteus po 147 chessforum (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: <Benzol> Paul! It's so good to hear from you. I'm sorry to hear the construction has been so protracted. What exactly is an "American Barn?" I have visions of a stereotypical red and white two story barn from the American heartland complete with wheat field and grain ...
 
   Jul-21-22 Peter Alfred Fontaine
 
suenteus po 147: <Open Defence> It's so nice to see you back on the site again, Sangeeta! I am doing fairly well all things considering <gestures at the world in flames>. My game has improved, though I haven't been facing many opponents of your caliber either ;)
 
   Jul-18-22 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: This is a tough puzzle. c6 dxc6 would be enough to block black from guarding the a8 square in time, except that Be4 comes with check. Taking an extra move after c6 dxc6, but before a6, means there's no stopping Bd3 and the pawn can't safely advance to promotion. Maybe ...
 
   Jul-14-22 Keres vs Menchik, 1939 (replies)
 
suenteus po 147: Can't the black queen escape after retreating 18...Qa3?
 
   Jul-13-22 Konstantinopolsky vs Keres, 1940
 
suenteus po 147: I appreciate members like <AESTRADAR> who provide insight into important points of the game. His rook maneuvers manage to win Keres two pawns in the endgame which is decisive once he's coordinated King, Knight, and bishop on the queen side. Very instructive to see a ...
 
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