Experience 1 e4 e5 with Mr MO!
(Update no.32, May 2002)
Many thanks to David Guthrie and Clancey James for their recent excellent contributions.
The e-pawn emperor's next e4-e5 'monthly update' will be posted at www.chesspublishing.com in early July 2002 (or sooner), and in the meantime he will, as always, reply personally to as many e-mail messages as possible which come to MrMo@ChessPublishing.com. Right now, though, on our Internet site there's a tasty new collection of fresh games with some sneaky embedded puzzles waiting to bring you endless hours of enjoyment in a juicy May update.
All this month's new games are easily downloaded in PGN format using ChessPub.exe, open ChessPub.exe, put the date on, say, 2nd June 2002, and then click on '1 e4 e5', over on the right. All these games should appear (and the new ChessPub Guides, too)!
Tons of fresh mouth-watering goodies await us, including a quick quartet of decisive games (namely G13.109-G13.110 plus a special 'double bill' in G13.111) involving the Ruy Lopez and a super set of past and present stars such as Blackburne, Kramnik, Schlechter, Zukertort... We'll encounter another quadruple dose of action with power provided by the likes of Anderssen, G.Flear, and other attacking players igniting the King's Gambit of G4.49-G4.50 and the dynamic duo within G4.48.
If you can still handle more, then try the Italian Game zapping the opposition in the clash Gonzalez, Y - Gomez, F (G12.40), while next door in G12.39 Grandmaster Michele Godena scorches the Scotch Gambit. Not had enough yet?! Alright then. Super-GM Nigel Short pulverises 'The Petroff' in G7.27, and 'The Philidor' of G6.17 gets filled in drastically by GM Drazen Sermek!!
Now you know what to expect. So, full speed ahead, and enjoy the feast!
Very Best Wishes,