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   Diocletian has kibitzed 175 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-23-18 N Arora vs B Samhouri, 2008 (replies)
Diocletian: I blundered: 32...Rd1+. It's disheartening to miss a puzzle so elementary.
   Jun-17-18 Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (replies)
Diocletian: Tigran Petrosian. Prettiest name among the champions.
   Jun-17-18 W So vs V Durarbayli, 2015 (replies)
Diocletian: Reproduction of this puzzle is illegal in the Soviet Union.
   Apr-25-18 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Diocletian: Gracias, <Tabanus>
   Apr-23-18 James R Schroeder (replies)
Diocletian: At 50:18 in this film (Bobby Fischer Against the World) an unidentified player is interviewed during the '72 title match. I think this person is Schroeder. Correct?
   Mar-01-18 Diocletian chessforum
Diocletian: <Travis Bickle: Is that you Bobby?> Well, we have a lot in common.
   Feb-08-18 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
Diocletian: <MissScarlett: Dr. Alekhine is racist, Dr. Lasker is racist, Dr. Seuss is racist....wouldn't it be be quicker just to name those who aren't racist?> Perhaps you are referring to Jesus Christ, who may not have been a racist, but was certainly a patzer and, some say an ...
   Jan-29-18 Nona Gaprindashvili
Diocletian: Well, it's not her birthday. She has game of the day, not player of the day. So what? It's still a good day.
   Jan-27-18 Fred Reinfeld (replies)
Diocletian: His were some of my first books as a child, and I suppose that is the case for most of us. I have heard him described as the nerd's nerd. I keep his picture on my desktop to remind me to stay home, play chess, collect stamps, study rocks and minerals, collect coins and stay out ...
   Dec-20-17 Shabalov vs Naumkin, 1987 (replies)
Diocletian: I also chose 28. Nxh6. When I looked ahead to the answer 28. Rxh6 I wondered what might be wrong with my move. Oh! 28...Qxh4 killing the white rook might be the trouble. However, I did not study the matter further as I am playing blitz today! Hope this helps!
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Apr-04-17  ketchuplover: First!
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  diceman: Second!
Apr-05-17  technical win: 3-tiered cake!
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  Diocletian: It is nice to have witty, mysterious cronies here. Thank you for your friendly greetings.You are welcome to look at the collections of my favorite and most hated games.
Feb-08-18  JimNorCal: Not everyone has a collection of most "hated" games!
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  Travis Bickle: Is that you Bobby?
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  Diocletian: <Travis Bickle: Is that you Bobby?> Well, we have a lot in common.
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