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   AuN1 has kibitzed 2315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-25-15 Norway Chess (2015) (replies)
AuN1: AuN1: <Pedro Fernandez: Well my Carissimo <AK>, Euler would dissagree as e^(i\pi)+1=0. That's the problem with those damn numbers (on the complex plane).> It's i*pi not "i\pi"
   Feb-25-15 FIDE Grand Prix Tbilisi (2015) (replies)
AuN1: Right now, tomashevsky's play (as white) is reminiscent of a mid to late 90's kramnik.
   Feb-11-15 Zurich Chess Challenge (2015) (replies)
AuN1: Did I miss something? I remember kramnik doing great in qatar, then going undefeated in london.
   Feb-05-15 Tradewise Gibraltar (2015) (replies)
AuN1: If wei manages to exchange queens it's an automatic win, correct?
   Jan-25-15 Tata Steel (2015) (replies)
AuN1: It is rare to see someone as proud of their ignorance and willing to flaunt it as overdork clearly is.
   Dec-11-14 London Chess Classic (2014) (replies)
AuN1: <chancho: My wife was laughing very loud. I was wondering why. > Wow. I remember seeing that about maybe 15 years ago. Time flies.
   Oct-23-14 FIDE Grand Prix Tashkent (2014) (replies)
AuN1: <donjova: Because having +2 -3 =9 in one of the strongest and most important tournaments of recent years is considered dismal performance.> Lower half of the table? Yeah, that's pretty bad, considering a lot of people make him out to be some sort of darkhorse candidate. When ...
   Oct-21-14 Radjabov vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
AuN1: Fedoseev recently lost on the black side of a vienna in the world juinor championship which may have caused him first place.
   Oct-21-14 Nakamura vs Jobava, 2014 (replies)
AuN1: His game vs ivanchuk at the olympiad a few years back might have a thing or two to say about that: Ivanchuk vs Jobava, 2010
   Oct-20-14 Carlsen - Anand World Championship (2014) (replies)
AuN1: <puzzlion: Please people remember: The country Magnus is going to is completely rational and predictable in its foreign policy. It sticks 100% to treaties, and it has one of the worlds most respected foreign ministers (who has launched constructive ideas more than once through UN ...
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