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   EdZelli has kibitzed 66 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-17 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
EdZelli: Bobby would always moan and groan for more money. Ironically, when the big payday arrived in 1975, he put his tail between his legs and ran off scared out of his pants. There is only one reason for why he fled, Bobby had always tracked Karpov's games (* even a decade later when ...
   Jan-27-17 Second Piatigorsky Cup (1966) (replies)
EdZelli: <offramp>: Tigran got his revenge later in 1966 Havana Olympiad by winning the first place gold medal at table 1 with Larsen, Bobby, Portisch, etc present. Tigran repeated his success again in 1968 Olympiad with same players (Larsen, Bobby, ..) present.
   Nov-16-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
EdZelli: Obviously Karjakin can defend like the legendary Tigran. Now he needs to reach into his bag of tricks and pull out some exchange sacrifices, king walks, ... to send Carlsen packing.
   Sep-25-16 Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (replies)
EdZelli: Tigran's match with Boris in 1966 still fascinates me even after 50 years it was played. Tigran's depth of understanding of positional play took Nimzo's ideology to new levels. Game 7 of the match with Tigran playing black pieces is my favorite chess game of all times. GM Keene ...
   Jul-04-16 Phillips & Drew Kings (1982)
EdZelli: Tabanus:"What has Fischer to do with it anyway?" Don't you know? Bobby's grandma used the bathroom at Phillips & Drew's building 50 years earlier ;-) On a serious note, it is customary in to sneak Bobby's name in all 70's and 80's tournament intro(s) irregardless. It ...
   Jun-12-16 USSR Championship (1965) (replies)
EdZelli: Another inaccurate/half-baked and incomplete intro. 'Twenty of the Soviet Union's best masters and grandmasters competed' How about Thee Very Best (ie. World Champ in 1965). Why isn't his name mentioned?
   Jun-10-16 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
EdZelli: Victor claimed that he would play against the dead Marcozy using a medium. Now, he gets his chance to play face to face. I bet he'll put his ridiculous glasses on. The same ones he used against Karpov :-) Victor was an idiot.
   Dec-15-15 Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Rematch (1969) (replies)
EdZelli: Another bit of nonsense from " Petrosianic" aka. Mr. know em all. He writes "He wanted it. Spassky just wanted it more." By 1969 or 1972 or 1975, for that matter, No player alive (much less players of his own generation) had Petrosian's level of achievement. He was a repeat world ...
   Oct-09-14 Aryan Tari (replies)
EdZelli: The name IRAN in persian means 'The Aryan Nation' or the "country of the Aryans". Persians consider themselves aryan and rightfully so.
   Oct-04-14 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
EdZelli: Comparing Anand to Fischer is just silly: - Anand won WC many times over unlike Bobby. - Anand has also played SEVERAL times as many games as Bobby. Anand has played against all challengers and newcomers. - Anand legitimately qualified for World Championship series unlike
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