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Eisenheim
Member since Nov-26-08 · Last seen Feb-21-18
Grandfather was a GM. At a young age I was considered a prodigee, but abandandoned chess for other pursuits. Still fun to view and think about. I have victories over players ranked as high as 2500s and losses to those that are below 1600! I generally am not patient enough to credibly compete and often pursue striking attacks while ignoring defensive considerations. My career has taken many turns and I was a former tennis pro, law enforcement and now a lawyer who vindicates people's collective rights in class actions and litigate mass torts when people are injured by products.

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   Eisenheim has kibitzed 528 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-12-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: By Move 27 its incredible to see how much Space AZ has taken up - it's a them in the games I've seen, along with it breaking the adage of touching the same piece twice in exchange for more space. Would love to see a match between it and
 
   Dec-23-16 Ju Wenjun vs T Batchimeg, 2013
 
Eisenheim: Its always a nice feeling having the bishop pair going into this ending - but when things are going south for black, you need to start thinking to draw trading down the bishop or knight for a pawn or two
 
   Dec-16-16 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2016 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: Fascinating how active the Queen was during the game, yet how productive. Generally, one would think touching her so many times would slow development
 
   Sep-29-15 M Antipov vs J van Foreest, 2015 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: Nice Finish - should be a GOTD
 
   Nov-23-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: To assert he hasn't won legitimately is not credible. The winner of the match is the winner of the match blunders at all. In every match in every sport the other side commits errors and it's whether you seize on them or not that make you a champion.
 
   Nov-18-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: I have to disagree with those that think declining a draw here is an injustice. The position is drawish, but not drawn.
 
   Nov-17-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: I like the way this game is shaking up. Fun position with possibilities. Each side quietly contemplating what move to blunder on
 
   Nov-14-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: Did I mention I have a high fever in bed today. It requires sum work to get there but the 7th looks susceptible not in the immediate order I out forth
 
   Nov-08-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
Eisenheim: As I pointed out earlier, even if Carlsen draws this game, if he can make Anand have to fight 80-100 moves for a draw it will be a mental win going into the next match. Also, as we've seen time and time again Carlsen can take a nominal advantage going into the endgame and just ...
 
   Apr-27-14 V Gashimov vs Kamsky, 2008
 
Eisenheim: R.I.P. master gasher
 
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