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Member since Oct-11-03 · Last seen Sep-23-17
Once almost beat a guy who once almost beat Bobby Fischer Full Member

   Eggman has kibitzed 3785 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-30-17 chessforum (replies)
Eggman: I notice that when I use your advanced search feature to look for a game, The Trompowski is not listed on the drop down box when I go to select the opening. This is surprising because some relatively unorthodox openings like the Budapest Gambit actually are listed. Would it be ...
   Aug-22-17 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Eggman: A must, if you haven't seen it:
   Aug-03-17 Sinquefield Cup (2017) (replies)
Eggman: Geez, <electrocloud>, good find!
   Aug-01-17 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Eggman: Has anyone noticed that both Carlsen and Karjakin, who don't need the event for qualification purposes, are nevertheless due to play in the World Cup Knockout in September? I think this is the first time that the two participants of the most recent World Championship Match have ...
   May-12-17 Wesley So (replies)
Eggman: Anyone know why So and Caruana are sitting out the Grand Prix?
   Apr-16-17 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
Eggman: Caruana's loss yesterday to Hou Yifan ( Yifan Hou vs Caruana, 2017 ) was his 3rd loss to a player rated below 2650 in his last 6 games (!), and with it Fabio has slipped below 2800 in the live ratings.
   Jan-05-17 Aronian vs W So, 2016 (replies)
Eggman: The position after 5.O-O has been reached 265 times in the database, and Black has tried 10 different 5th moves, yet not one game has featured 5...Bg4. I wonder what the refutation would be.
   Jan-02-17 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1978
Eggman: Film footage from this game:
   Dec-11-16 Miles vs Kasparov, 1986 (replies)
Eggman: The title of this game ought to have been "The Monster With 28,000 Eyes," for that was Miles' comment.
   Nov-28-16 Urii Eliseev (replies)
Eggman: Tragic. It's a little surprising that a GM would take up such extreme parkour. Surely a chess player should understand the inevitability of blundering. But obviously the sport must have been addictive.
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