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AzingaBonzer
Member since May-30-15 · Last seen Jun-15-18
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   AzingaBonzer has kibitzed 519 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-27-18 Gashimov Memorial (2018) (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: <I think Ding Liren has a serious Magnus complex and I would be seriously surprised if he were to get anything more than a draw tomorrow (if at all).> Based on what? His classical record against Magnus is 1.0-1.0 (+0 =2 -0). If you're referring to the St. Louis Showdown, ...
 
   Mar-21-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: <<AzingaBonzer> I forgot to add that if you don't like a particular poster, you have two options: (1) put them on ignore and/or (2) simply keep shut your fat mouth Its pretty simple really, even for a nit-wit like yourself So, as for you, you're off to ignore-land. ...
 
   Mar-13-18 Ding Liren (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: Ding is starting to get some invites to top-class supertournaments. He plays in the Gashimov Memorial and Norway Chess later this year.
 
   Mar-11-18 Kramnik vs Karjakin, 2018 (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: At no point was White winning here. A draw is the correct result.
 
   Nov-29-17 FIDE Grand Prix Mallorca (2017) (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: <beatgiant>So you propose that, because the existing statistical model we have is flawed, we should use *no* model instead. This does not strike me as a particularly wise thing to do.
 
   Sep-23-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: <two to the power six: Evidently truth makes fan-boys angry...very angry!> Only if by "truth" you mean "unsubstantiated nonsense". It's customary for an interlocutor to back up his/her claims when challenged. That you have opted instead for insults speaks poorly of your ...
 
   Sep-20-17 Ding Liren vs W So, 2017 (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: 37.Rh8! would have allowed White to continue pressing for much longer than he did in the game.
 
   Sep-19-17 W So vs Ding Liren, 2017 (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: Why is everyone assuming that Black must play 42...gxf6 after 41.Rxb3 axb3 42.gxf6? Instead, Black can toss in the nice little zwischenzug 42...Rh2+!, which eliminates a large proportion of the winning lines I see listed here, if not <all> of them.
 
   Jul-16-17 V Malakhov vs Wei Yi, 2017 (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: The difference is that after 35.Re2, the position is Black to move, whereas the other two have White to move.
 
   May-22-17 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2017) (replies)
 
AzingaBonzer: <Hou was already in the top 60 (and rated in the 2680s), so it is still a long way to go to break even her personal records, let alone Polgar's.> How does that change the fact that this is a fantastic result for her? See, this is the sort of thing that convinces me you ...
 
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