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Member since Jul-13-04 · Last seen Jul-12-08
A closet chess freak. Vancouver, Wa
Only my computer and his alter ego Fritz 8 know. Favorite player- The late chain smoking Tal - def. 1.Russian for panche, verve, flair 2. Poster child for not smoking(see Tal 20's vs. 50's)

Best Quote "Chess is a matter of delicate judgment, knowing when to punch and how to duck. --- Fischer "

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   GazoGypsy has kibitzed 53 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-07 World Championship Tournament (2007) (replies)
GazoGypsy: <I think Gelfand - Anand is going to be another QGD Semi-Slav> Anand will be fine with a draw here and I predict a Queens Indian --Yawn--
   Sep-20-07 Anand vs Svidler, 2007 (replies)
GazoGypsy: This brings Anand record with the Marshall attack to a very respectable 8-14-1. I get so excited every time Anand gets to use this line. :)
   Dec-25-06 Santasiere vs Ed. Lasker, 1931 (replies)
GazoGypsy: <syracrophy>Thank You for our Christmas treats!
   Apr-07-05 Artyom Timofeev (replies)
GazoGypsy: VEry well versed player, I watch his games whenever I get the chance.
   Apr-07-05 King's Gambit Accepted (C33) (replies)
GazoGypsy: I couldn't have said it better myself. I'm not opposed to the the draw in OTB tournaments, but it would be nice if there were some GM tournaments that did away with the half-point. As to refuting Kings Gambit, just go ask Alice , er I mean Fisher he spent a long time trying to ...
   Apr-07-05 Beer (replies)
GazoGypsy: MMMMMMMM Chocolate MMMMMMM. D-U-H ! don't change the subject on me . . . B-e-e-e-r nice relaxing beeeerr. Homers best friend beeeerr
   Apr-07-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
GazoGypsy: <chess in decline> Just as it has expanded so many other freaky fetishes, the internet has also allowed for an expansive chess community. As long as we keep the corprate comercialism out of the comunity. (obviously we need the corprate-comercial side for tournament ...
   Apr-07-05 Keres vs P F Schmidt, 1936 (replies)
GazoGypsy: I haven't more than a quick glace at this game. So I can't speak for the tactical soundness, or the alternate lines. What I do notice is the psychological aspect. Just when white thinks he's got an upperhand here comes black counter attacking like a bumbling oaf who stumbles in to
   Apr-06-05 Nakamura vs Karjakin, 2004 (replies)
GazoGypsy: It seems to mo that the game was lost on 11.Kb1 better would have been h4 even better would have been 10. Rhe1. --- which is what Tal played in the above reference.
   Mar-08-05 Ruy Lopez, Marshall (C89) (replies)
GazoGypsy: It sure beats playing a closed spanish. In a must win with black against the Ruy, this is my first choice. But then again I don't play top teir players.
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