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Mameluk
Member since Nov-16-04 · Last seen Dec-17-11
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   Mameluk has kibitzed 3149 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-04-11 Reggio Emilia (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: Surprisingly, Moro seems to have very good openings here, but then starts to play crap. Hopefully weīre yet to see another crap today:)
 
   Nov-06-10 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Mameluk: Iīd forgive Carlsen stepping out of World championships, if heīs going to win one tournament after another and his blogging stops being so ultimately boring.
 
   Oct-15-10 Bilbao Masters (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: Carlsen must be better, he is really mastering Ruy Lopez here. But if both missed 22...Nxd5, itīs a mystery.
 
   Oct-03-10 Chess Olympiad (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: So my personal summary of this Olympiad: Czech teamīs performance was quite good, our score is very high, but they were very unlucky in important matches, and they almost could not score less match points. Navara and Laznicka played really well, but surprisingly they gain only a ...
 
   Sep-30-10 J Lechtynsky vs Blatny, 1990
 
Mameluk: Anybody knows the secret of the 23...Kf8 move?
 
   Sep-05-10 Shanghai Masters (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: Kramnik-Aronian was a draw, after Kramnik played clearly too soft between 28th and 30th move, and Shirov came back after a blunder and is much better now against Wang Hao, which would leave Kramnik in uncomfortable situation.
 
   Aug-17-10 Rising Stars - Experience (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: You guys are just crazy...:D
 
   Aug-15-10 Gyorgy Marx Memorial (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: Quite a one man show, isnīt it?
 
   Jul-12-10 Jon Ludvig Hammer (replies)
 
Mameluk: What? Another whale-killer in the world top?
 
   May-23-10 FIDE Grand Prix (2010) (replies)
 
Mameluk: Nothing prearranged in Gashimov-Radjabov, but a great battle. Now anybody knows, how many chances Yue has, if he wins tomorrow?
 
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