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   Ben2000 has kibitzed 52 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-12-12 Nigel Short (replies)
Ben2000: Hello Nigel, Thank you very much for the nice commentary. I really enjoyed it yesterday. One thing I always wanted to know about top Gms was how their mind works when they see a position. If you can please mention in your today's commentary a list of your candidate moves you ...
   Jun-11-11 Bazna King's Tournament (2011) (replies)
Ben2000: It most be a wrong move order, Radjabov played a5.
   Dec-18-09 Santa Claus (replies)
Ben2000: Dear Santa I know it is going to be a different year.
   Dec-11-09 Rybka vs Scorpio, 2007 (replies)
Ben2000: And I thought black must be kramnik or gelfand.
   Oct-27-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
Ben2000: <redrenegadexii: where can i go to download a chess computer like Rybka or Shredder? > Portable WinboardX + strongest free chess engine -Rybka 2.2n2 mp:
   Oct-12-08 Tarrasch vs M Kuerschner, 1890 (replies)
Ben2000: 26.Rf6+ is a good puzzle.
   Sep-05-08 chessforum (replies)
Ben2000: <> Most of the time or maybe always you forget to correct the "ChessBookie Odds" link when you switch to a new live broadcast. Right now the "ChessBookie Odds" link in Carlsen vs Radjabov shows "Rd 4: Topalov vs Anand".
   Aug-18-08 Tal Memorial (2008) (replies)
Ben2000: <Stonehenge>try this
   Aug-11-08 R Kozlov vs A C Chimthere, 2006
Ben2000: 50.Kf3? What a mistake from a 2290 player. White had a good game until 50.kf3 mostly because of 4...Bg4? And I am almost sure 69...Ke5 was never played.
   Aug-09-08 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
Ben2000: That game more than being a chess game is a example of mind being blocked, maybe being tired and being pride of winning easily, next time when my friend got a piece up he began to play better... One thing I like about chess very much is that you must control such feelings to win.
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