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   Karposian has kibitzed 1083 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-29-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
Karposian: I agree with <Abdel>. The video is not sped up. It's the real thing. Just take a look at the first few seconds of the video. Look left, in the background. You see the back of a man walking at a perfectly normal walking speed towards a table. That is proof enough for me. The ...
   Mar-29-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Karposian: <HeMateMe: Has anyone seen this Magnus Carlsen impersonator?> LOL, great impersonation. And just like Magnus he seems almost bored to death.
   Mar-26-15 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Karposian: Nice find, <zanzibar>! I have never seen it before either. Fischer must have been around 11 years old at the time this photo was taken.
   Mar-26-15 Vladimir Kovacevic
Karposian: Happy Birthday mr. Kovacevic! The book you wrote with Sverre Johnsen about the London System is terrific. Definitely the greatest book ever written about the London.
   Mar-25-15 Louis F Stumpers (replies)
Karposian: Redundancies still remain a problematic difficulty to erase and eliminate from our vocabulary. That is an actual fact. I could bring you some illustrative examples, but I think I will postpone that until later.
   Mar-25-15 Erik Karklins (replies)
Karposian: Wow, 100 years today. Congratulations!
   Mar-24-15 Odd Lie (replies)
Karposian: <TD: Everyone knows that Lucy in the Sky refers to LSD but how many know that Hey Jude refers to heroin?> Yes, it's about McCartney buying heroin from a dude in the street. The original title of the song was "Hey Dude". Paul didn't even try to hide his Satanic messages. ...
   Mar-24-15 MarkFinan chessforum (replies)
   Mar-23-15 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
Karposian: <Pirandus: What about Korchnoi's style?> Korchnoi's playing style is very pragmatic and versatile. He is kind of an all around player, I would say. More positional than tactical, but he is strong in every aspect of the game. A great and tenacious defender combined with ...
   Mar-21-15 N van Lennep vs Loman, 1893
Karposian: <Stonehenge: 67.Kb5 loses.> You are right. My mistake. When Black starts the checks after 71...b1=Q+ it matters if White's King is on b5 or b6. If it's on b5 Black will be able to get to the a8-square blocking the White pawn and after bringing his/her King over to help out ...
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