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Member since Dec-15-09 · Last seen Mar-23-18
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   LlanelliCC has kibitzed 32 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-14-18 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
LlanelliCC: The modern trend to avoid sharp openings helps the older player a little.
   Mar-13-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
LlanelliCC: Paulo y Gata. We are also talking about nationalistic behaviour here. Not only are these players quirky but they all seem to come from one country which is desperate to have a champion. How can the 'best country in the world' not be the home of the champion? Best to pay Magnus
   Mar-21-17 Winter Classic (2017) (replies)
LlanelliCC: Maybe President Trump should stop non-US players from entering the country so that the US Champion could then be called World Champion (as in World Series).
   Feb-14-17 Women's World Championship (2017) (replies)
LlanelliCC: The politics in these columns is really tedious. Basically, the AWOL is wonderful and everything else is s***. I have worked in the USA and it is the only 'civilised' country where you can wake up in the night to the sound of gun fire.
   Jan-19-17 Tata Steel (2017) (replies)
LlanelliCC: And these conversations go on and on and on.... Two things are clear to me. (1) MC is the best player in the world because he is WC and he wins most tournaments he plays. (2) At some time MC will get knocked off his perch and, at the moment, the winner will probably come from the
   Dec-18-16 London Chess Classic (2016) (replies)
LlanelliCC: This is not a World website, it is American (with a few odd Brits joining in). In the USA they are desperate to have a champion so that Caruana, Nakamura and So are the heroes. Meanwhile, alternate possibilities are not discussed.
   Nov-21-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
LlanelliCC: On this site it would be sacreligious. Dare I say it? Could it be that chess in the time of the great Fischer just wasn't very good? As Fischer said, chess was/is about hard work and the players then just didn't work very hard. Then hardworking Fischer came along and took the ...
   Aug-22-16 Abu Dhabi Masters (2016) (replies)
LlanelliCC: Entertaining ending won by Adhiban - two knights versus two very bad bishops.
   Aug-04-16 Kotov vs Kholmov, 1971 (replies)
LlanelliCC: Gofer. Exactly. You start early and learn thousands of patterns, like the one in today's puzzle, and then they become automatic when you play in a real game.
   Jul-18-16 Bilbao Masters (2016) (replies)
LlanelliCC: It is truly amazing how many posts on this site are trying desperately to prove that Carlsen is not the best player in the world. It is also amazing that people really believe that Nakamura, So and Caruana are the best players in the world. I suppose that if you are told every ...
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