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Chess Scoop July 17, 2009

Posted by Jennifer in : Uncategorized , trackback

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1. c. - July 23, 2009

Vert pretty pin to a mate in blitz by Hikaru Nakamura. It’s nice that the advent of silicone monsters hasn’t resulted in universal stodginess. I’m pretty sure you like the styles of Mikhail Tal and Judit Polgar. What did you think of David Bronsteins’s games? Do you think some of the young players you just covered in Chess Scoop have styles that are similar to those of any of the players I mentioned? Interesting games and posts.

2. Benyamin Blatt - July 26, 2009

Spellbinding analysis!

3. woodpusher - September 5, 2009

I thoroughly enjoyed watching ‘U.S. Chess Scoop #6′. Pretty combinations and variations. I would have missed that bishop recapture even if it had only been one or two moves deep. Thanks for making the deeper pretty variations like that one seem so clear. I like the chess table setting too. Did I hear right? Is that your brother Greg doing the chess team portion of U.S. Chess Scoop #6? I don’t remember seeing him on your videos before. Sounds like he’s really into that team chess. Guess I should check out your U.S. Chess League link. Looking forward to viewing the Women’s Open coverage.

4. Nick Aumar - September 5, 2009

Hello

Very interesting web site!

For some reason or another your site makes Google Chrome to hang sometimes, it’s a pity. Well, I’ll use IE meanwhile.

Thanks for being so nice and imaginative.

Nick

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