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Jason Frost
Member since Nov-01-07 · Last seen Dec-26-14

   Jason Frost has kibitzed 751 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-23-14 Nutcracker Match of the Generations (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <Kanatahodets> There are quite a few that were born in 1990 (Carlsen, Karjakin, MVL, Nepo, Andreikin, etc...), though not sure whether they qualify for 1990+.
   Oct-22-14 Nakamura vs Jobava, 2014
Jason Frost: <jphamlore> So it was unfair for Steinitz to play more solid, positional chess in the age of Morphy, Anderssen, and the like? Also what problem? Jobava is a 2700+ gm, and he got there precisely by playing and leading his games into these types of positions. Nakamura likely
   Oct-06-14 FIDE Grand Prix Baku (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <bobthebob> <sitting on your rating floor> != <performance about the same as your rating floor>
   Oct-05-14 PokerStars IoM Masters (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <perfidious> True, I was just being sarcastic in reference to <Stonehenge> and <Conrad93>'s posts.
   Jul-12-14 Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: So Kramnik finished middle of the pack in one of the strongest tournaments ever and lost a game to Meier of all people. Clearly he is as close to collapse as the tower of pisa.
   Jun-20-14 Mamedyarov vs V Laznicka, 2014
Jason Frost: Laznicka lost on time. Time control was 3+2
   Jun-19-14 FIDE World Rapid Championship (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <Chessinfinite> Don't think anyone doubts Anand was an amazing quick player, but Kasparov was still better, though the gap was obviously closer than in classical.
   Jun-08-14 Norway Chess Tournament (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <Conrad93> Just out of curiosity, are you really Conrad Holt?
   Jun-02-14 Norway Chess Tournament (Blitz) (2014) (replies)
Jason Frost: <Jason Frost: <mbvklc> I think Grischuk is probably the slight favorite, followed closely by Carlsen, Aronian, and Karjakin. Caruana hasn't really shown the same results in quick tournaments, despite beating an out-of-form field at ZCC> Well I got the top 4 right at ...
   May-26-14 Wei Yi (replies)
Jason Frost: <jphamlore> Wei Yi does not play the same openings as Magnus Carlsen? Who does he think he is ... Anand?
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