Chess Life - May 2009 by Daniel Lucas

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Ed. WILD CARDS Robson too, but Ray is obviously very talented and his fans shouldn’t be too satisfied unless he achieves it. Hopefully he can earn his first GM norm in the process. S. championship, the St. Louis Chess Center, had the right to choose six wild cards for the championship. They chose a mixture of former champs, young rising stars and local heroes. Those six wild cards are: NO REALISTIC CHANCE GM Alex Shabalov, GM Josh Friedel, IM Robert Hess, IM Ray Robson, IM Michael Brooks and Charles Lawton.

C3 Nf6 10. Re1 bxc3 This would be OK if Black could develop normally afterwards, but tactically there is a flaw. Better was 10. Nc6 when I was considering the sneaky 11. a3!? bxc3 (11. bxa3 12. b4! is the point) 12. Nxc6 Bxc6 (12. cxb2 13. Nxa5 bxa1=Q 14. Nxb7 is good for White) 13. Nxc3 with a preferable position for White but nothing extraordinary. 11. Nxc3 d6 12. Qb3! Qc7 13. Bg5 Nbd7 r+ +kl r +lqn+ppp p+ ppn + + + + L + NP+ + +QNL+ + PP + PPP R + R K After 13. Nbd7 14. org Tempting was 14.

We have our every day life and we have our chess life, and the two intersect and intertwine. And though all of us are individuals, we are all also chess players. And we all have stories that make us the same and make us different. This article is about one chess player, a New Jersey player of 25 to 50 years ago, but it A 40 Chess Life — May 2009 is also about all chess players. This chess player had a name, and flaws, and a drive, and a rating, and dreams. I first became acquainted with this player, Bob by first name, a few years ago when he came to stay at my house.

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