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   Ardashir has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-21-10 Corus (2010) (replies)
Ardashir: <The reason many players decline is not age but lack of motivation.> This can't be true. Since the peak years of chess players pretty much coincide with those of most other sports, I suspect there is a physical aspect to this as well. After all, brain cells start ...
   Dec-15-09 Jon Ludvig Hammer (replies)
Ardashir: Jon Ludvig finished with a draw against Simon K. Williams, and so won the tournament with 8/9 and a 2756 Rating Performance:
   Dec-15-09 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Ardashir: <There is a difference between "always lucky" and "sometimes lucky."> When luck becomes a habit, you call it a skill...
   Nov-06-09 Tal Memorial (2009) (replies)
Ardashir: <jamesmaskell: Super-GM is wholly relative. 2700 I would consider now to be Super-GM though of course this is open to debate. Theres no formal title for such players.> Obviously. Also, any demarcation one might choose would be arbitrary as well, but it's human nature to ...
   Aug-01-08 B Abramovic vs Damljanovic, 1995 (replies)
Ardashir: Jimfromprovidence: I think your line will be even better for white if you insert 38. Re7+ before playing fxg6.
   Jan-09-08 Kasparov vs P Albalate, 1997 (replies)
Ardashir: If you have a weak position against someone you think you are better than, you try to play on in hopes of turning it around. If you have a crumbling position with several weak pawns against Kasparov, you might as well resign - you'll never turn it around anyway...
   Oct-31-07 Radjabov vs Topalov, 2003
Ardashir: Or rather, 62. f5 Qe1+ 63. Qxe1 dxe1Q# or 62. Qf1 Qxf3+ 63. Qg2 Qxg2#.
   Mar-03-07 Morelia-Linares (2007) (replies)
Ardashir: Could someone post the entire game so far, please?
   Sep-26-06 X3D Fritz (Computer) (replies)
Ardashir: Ah, the stalemate... favorite ploy of writers who don't understand chess. Several times I have seen films or books where two equally strong players play each other, only for the game to end in at stalemate. In Alan Moore's otherwise excellent Swamp Thing series, the Swamp Thing ...
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