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HeMateMe
Member since Feb-28-07 · Last seen Jul-23-16
I get paid to be suspicious, when there's nothing to be suspicious about!

--wilfred Brimley, from "The Client"


   HeMateMe has kibitzed 37613 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-23-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
HeMateMe: Foreman lost interest in fighting and retired young. You get the feeling he needed a trainer to better hone his style, someone that big George would listen to. You have to box, not punch. He would have been champ again, had he continued. Ali would have refused the rematch and been ...
 
   Jul-23-16 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
HeMateMe: Switzerland just says "no."
 
   Jul-23-16 Jeremy Lim
 
HeMateMe: Bledsoe had peaked as a player. Even without injury I think Brady would have received a chance to win the job at some point.
 
   Jul-22-16 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972
 
HeMateMe: I've learned that I'm like NN.
 
   Jul-22-16 Kramnik vs E Najer, 2016
 
HeMateMe: he kept blacks DSB from ever getting into the game.
 
   Jul-22-16 Doll
 
HeMateMe: Seems like a pretty patriotic guy.
 
   Jul-21-16 Chinese Team Championship (2016) (replies)
 
HeMateMe: still playing through these games. The Chinese tournament always has a lot of decisive games.
 
   Jul-21-16 Nazi Paikidze
 
HeMateMe: nice < https://cdn.chess24.com/xfI6Tl1KTli... > can one fit a cell phone in there? Interesting design.
 
   Jul-21-16 Boris Gelfand (replies)
 
HeMateMe: maybe he'll get even by making a tunnel to Gaza?
 
   Jul-20-16 Wei Yi vs A Giri, 2016 (replies)
 
HeMateMe: sort of like Capa--find the truth in the position. black can't create a passed pawn on the queenside because of the doubled pawns. But black shouldn't be swapping all of his pieces, with that in mind. I wonder how the computers play this opening, where they deviate from human play?
 
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