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0ZeR0
Member since Oct-19-18 · Last seen Apr-25-19
Hello. My name is Connor Celuch and I am a dedicated chess player currently living in the U.S.

Rating: ~1800 (Class A)

Favorite players: Steinitz, Botvinnik, Chigorin, Korchnoi, Shirov, Petrosian, Larsen, Karpov, Tarrasch, Anderssen, Topalov, Bronstein, Gligorić

I highly recommend the Yugoslav chess periodical Šahovski Informator (Chess Informant) for quality analysis on hundreds of current games by many of the world's leading players. I have been reading it for many years and have yet to find a more useful resource.

>> Click here to see 0ZeR0's game collections.

   0ZeR0 has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-14-19 Korchnoi vs J Nogueiras, 1987
 
0ZeR0: Wonderful game that deserves more attention. I'd love to know what Korchnoi had to say about it.
 
   Nov-01-18 Kramnik - Leko Classical World Championship Match (2004)
 
0ZeR0: One of the very best World Championship matches of its time. It has since become one of my favorites. As much as Leko is disparaged for his style of play, these games are his ultimate legacy. In which he should be remembered for fighting tenaciously and coming up just short of the ...
 
   Oct-30-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
 
0ZeR0: In an interview after his last round game in the Isle of Man tournament, Kramnik was asked about this match. He said out of all the top players right now Caruana has the best chance to beat Carlsen. But he also said if Carlsen plays up to his ability he is unbeatable.
 
   Oct-29-18 Isle of Man Masters (2018) (replies)
 
0ZeR0: Well done, Wojtaszek and Kashlinskaya. Sto lat!
 
   Oct-27-18 Maroczy vs G Marco, 1900 (replies)
 
0ZeR0: Instructive and interesting analysis. Maróczy seemed to regularly find great success in the endgame throughout his career. On your last diagram 26...g5 rather than what was played seems possible with the idea of keeping the king closer to the middle of the board: 27. Re7+ Kg6 28. Rxb7
 
   Oct-22-18 McDonnell vs La Bourdonnais, 1834 (replies)
 
0ZeR0: In my estimation this is the most ideal game ever played. I never tire of it.
 
   Oct-21-18 Andre Lilienthal (replies)
 
0ZeR0: For my first post, I must comment on the great Lilienthal... I have respect for his chess. It seems hard for me to describe; both universal and unique. There's nothing too heavy about it and in his best games, a model of efficiency and effectiveness emerges. As a result I find his ...
 
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