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Member since Sep-08-17 · Last seen Feb-24-18
Member since July, 2008. Now playing chess with St Peter.

“Where things have their origin, they must also pass away according to necessity; for they must pay the penalty and be judged for their injustice, according to the ordinance of time.” --Anaximander Full Member
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   Kapmigs has kibitzed 233 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-24-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
Kapmigs: The looonng goodbye. Get on with it, mate.
   Feb-23-18 Temahlubi Queen Dlamini vs C Razafindrabiaza, 2014
Kapmigs: Queen loses her queen and gets mated by a queen
   Feb-20-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Kapmigs: Tutti, your So is the new Nakamura. Carlsen's punching bag.
   Feb-14-18 Tata Steel (2018) (replies)
Kapmigs: Precisely like several inhabitants of his page who make it sound as if Jesus sits beside him whenever he plays (Jesus leaves, however, whenever Carlsen is the one across the board)
   Feb-14-18 Isaac Ash (replies)
Kapmigs: It's his day today. We celebrate his victory over the great Lasker.
   Feb-10-18 Edmund Beronio (replies)
Kapmigs: With the area of coverage being the entire world, it is surprising that no one has heeded the invitation to join yet. Maybe they can have me as member at least to start the balls rolling?
   Feb-08-18 M Golubev vs S Zagrebelny, 1990 (replies)
Kapmigs: This was a 1-0. How can this promote the Sicilian where the Sicilian player lost?
   Feb-06-18 Jonathan Rowson
Kapmigs: Jonathan Rowson @Jonathan_Rowson Gosh. I just saw how Magnus Carlsen defeated Wesley So. So many beautiful notes. Such fluency between forms of quality. Such confidence in transitions. Such abundant harmony. You would think he is World Champion or something...
   Feb-05-18 Loreshyl Quizon
   Feb-02-18 Wesley So (replies)
Kapmigs: But kumpadre, don't you agree that winners ALWAYS say the losers who played against them committed some sort of a mistake so that it won't appear that they are bragging? In post game interviews of these winners they also always say something like: "At some point in the game I do not
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