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   DeepTrouble has kibitzed 453 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-06-18 Tal Memorial (Blitz) (2018) (replies)
DeepTrouble: <Maybe only Carlsen could beat Karjakin in a blitz match.> Maybe? I'm pretty sure Carlsen would beat Karjakin in a blitz match. You make it sound as if Karjakin is a stronger blitz player than Carlsen. Carlsen has without doubt demonstrated that he's the strongest blitz ...
   Jul-24-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
DeepTrouble: Magnus to appear in The Simpsons: Google translate: <SAN DIEGO / OSLO (AP) Magnus Carlsen (25) joins the New Year in a series of world stars who have played a guest role in the iconic cartoon series "The Simpsons." There is a ...
   Jul-22-16 Bilbao Masters (2016) (replies)
DeepTrouble: Appaz: <Who can blame him? A highly successful strategy so far since no one else seems to be able to win more than one game> So aiming for second place is something you think is a highly successful strategy? You must be kidding... A better strategy would be to try to win ...
   Jun-11-16 Grand Chess Tour Paris Rapid (2016) (replies)
DeepTrouble: fisayo123: <Maybe you can make a case of Carlsen being as good or better in blitz OTB, but very difficult to prove as "facts"> Carlsen is higher rated than Nakamura in OTB blitz (2931 vs 2896 live rating). He also defeated Nakamura 25.5-14.5 (or was it 26.5-13.5?) in ...
   Apr-21-16 Norway Chess (2016) (replies)
DeepTrouble: <Morfishine: ... His positional superiority leads to winning tactics> That's a good point: A solid position can represent a strong basis for tactical play. It can open up for more tactical opportunities. The tactics come more naturally so to speak if the positional ...
   Apr-21-16 Carlsen vs N Grandelius, 2016 (replies)
DeepTrouble: Worth mentioning that Magnus went to the confession booth (shown on Norwegian TV) around move 8 (Bc4), and said he would sacrifice a piece a few moves before he actually did it. He basically said that he would sacrifice a piece after black plays g4, in order to set up an attack ...
   Mar-12-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
DeepTrouble: Rogge: <Well, Carlsen considers Aronian and Karjakin to be the toughest competitors in the field.> He also mentioned Caruana. He actually said (when asked "Who's your favourite"): <I think it'll be one of these three: Fabiano Caruana, Levon Aronian and Sergej ...
   Mar-11-16 Nakamura vs Caruana, 2016 (replies)
DeepTrouble: Chanco: <The multiple boards in the world chess site still in their starting positions.> If that's the case, it's quite ridiculous, because if AGON insists that they're the only ones allowed to relay the moves (apart from approved partners such as NRK), they better be ...
   Jan-22-16 Tata Steel Masters (2016) (replies)
DeepTrouble: AylerKupp: <I donít know how deep they let Stockfish analyze at the site you indicated but> You obviously haven't heard of Sesse: He's running SF7 on a 20-core computer, with a separate 16-core computer for multi-PVs. He's also got access to 7-man tablebases. It's the ...
   Dec-29-15 Qatar Masters (2015) (replies)
DeepTrouble: <Diceman> In the interview with Carlsen (1), he said that he had sleeping problems, and that the earlier starting time for the last round meant he would get even less sleep. Playing a safe, short draw versus Kramnik was a smart choice, since he was ahead with 0.5
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