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Eric Schiller
Member since Mar-02-05
Eric SChiller, FIDE Master, USCF Life Master, International Arbiter & International Organizer. I'm the author of many books on chess. More information and book samples are available at my website www.ericschiller.com.
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   Eric Schiller has kibitzed 2528 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-24-14 Gashimov Memorial (2014) (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: People, please don't complain about top players personalities. It doesn't matter. It takes some arrogance to be a World champion and prove it. I don't know Carlsen well, just met him once, but I am friends with some World Champions and acquainted with all WC after Botvinnik ...
 
   Apr-23-14 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: good to see the Berlin Wall crashing, so maybe players will turn to more interesting openings.
 
   Oct-03-13 Eric Schiller (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: John Watson and I have just finished a major new book, Taming Wild Chess Openings, for eplus chess books, available later this year for ipad and iphone. A print version will appear eventually.
 
   Apr-01-13 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2013 (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: What an exciting tournament! Classical chess is alive and well,
 
   Jun-24-12 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: A time control for public chess I propose a new time control to speed up games broadcast to the public while preserving decent quality. Most games these days donít require time in the prepared portions of openings or in technical positions in endgames. One minute per move is ...
 
   Jan-27-12 Tradewise Gibraltar (2012) (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: I am happy to have an even score after 4 rounds. So much exciting chess in the room!
 
   Dec-12-11 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: <jombar> This makes no sense. Would you say the same of Kasparov, who had Botvinnik as a trainer, or Kramnik, who was mentored by Kasparov. Studying with one's betters is a common way to improve in chess. And if Kasparov recommended the lin Naka played against Anand he ...
 
   Dec-12-11 McShane vs Kramnik, 2011 (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: I'd call this "the passed pawn game". Each side had monster passed pawns.
 
   Sep-14-11 D Edelman vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: It was a team competition. I did what I was supposed to do to win the team match.
 
   Sep-06-11 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Eric Schiller: Lots of brilliant strategy in Doctor Who with Tom Baker's Doctor particularly adept at overturning the board in a losing Man vs. Machine Dog contest.
 
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