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   Caleb554 has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Aug-08-18 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2001
Caleb554: It is rather telling that Kramnik has plus score against(5-4) Kasparov in classical chess. Kramnik's first victory over Kasparov was in Linares 1994 when he was 18 years old. Kasparov edges with one game (22-21) if blitz and rapid are included. I think Kramnik was as good as ...
   Aug-06-18 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
Caleb554: I wonder how much of a chance Caruana has to beat Carlsen. Carlsen is a monster in faster time controls and Caruana has no chance if it gets there. Fabi's best chance is his opening preparation which is probably the best in the world but I think Carlsen will be better prepared this
   Jul-20-18 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 1994 (replies)
Caleb554: Kramnik is such a rare talent. His calculation, hardwork, opening preparation, endgame technique are all well known. What is less know about him is his ability to doggedly fight at the board. He defends bad positions very well.
   Jul-18-18 Kramnik vs J K Duda, 2018 (replies)
Caleb554: Well. Kramnik again shows-off his exceptional end-game skills and calculation. Kramnik at his peak could go toe-to-toe with Kasparov at his peak. Kramnik might not have Kasparov's ability to attack, and many of his many strong qualities but boy is he a street fighter on board. He ...
   Jun-07-18 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
Caleb554: <Jambow: <For once Carlsen wins with the queens on the board.>> There are people who say Carlsen can't play or win tactical games as well as Naka or Aronian. I don't think it is necessarily true. I do think he has a preference for playing certain worse to equal ...
   Sep-25-17 Caruana vs P V Vishnu, 2017 (replies)
Caleb554: What was this guy thinking!! 38 rook takes g5 was such a blunder and anti-positional move. May not be losing but disturbs the coordination of queen and rook. Was completely equal position. white cannot coordinate and attack black easily. Black has more control.Queen and rook are on
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