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MorphysMojo
Member since Jul-22-07
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   MorphysMojo has kibitzed 128 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-29-09 I Hatem (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Sports commentators who say endlessly the ignorant: "He played good" instead of He played well".
 
   Aug-29-09 Claude Frizzel Bloodgood (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: There was a gay inmate named Claude, Made famous by lovers of bawd, Useless till the end He did greatly offend Until death freed us from this dumb broad.
 
   Aug-11-09 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1909 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Marshall paid a very high price for his centralized Q. It's as if he intentionaly threw away his lead in development which was much needed due to his pawn minus. Capablanca found great play extending his advantage with almost every move from about move 14 if not ealier.
 
   Jul-25-09 Fischer vs Tal, 1962 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Jackson Brown was a wimp on many levels, eg. song lyrics, what a whiner! Also, Brown would wistfully eye 10LB dumbbells with his sunken chest and ectomorphic body. He hardly belongs in the same sentence as Fischer; but pehaps Tal, as he was no athlete, but Tal had more fun with ...
 
   Jul-10-09 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: von Bardeleben thru himself out of a window as did Vitolins, probably a list of chessplayers who did it this way exists somewhere.
 
   May-30-09 Janowski vs Steel, 1893 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Simple, useful, un-arrogant and very clear annotations by Janowski, wish he had written more.
 
   Apr-22-09 Marcel Duchamp (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Sorry Jen, clearly, mere shock is your only art.
 
   Jan-18-09 Capablanca vs Golombek, 1939 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Capablanca makes it look easy with his simplicity focused play. It's easier to calculate when you have supreme natural talent like he did, and the position is simple, and you are playing a guy who was not in his class. Golombek was very well known, a great author, and a mere IM ...
 
   Dec-05-08 J Penrose vs Tal, 1960 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: I try to be objective when giving an opinion on a GM as much as I can so let me also add that I am a big fan of Tals'. I only enjoy Kasparov, Bronstein and Fischers' games more. I recall Tal losing some real key games (and they were heartbreakers) to Larsen, Korchnoi and Spassky
 
   Oct-03-08 Mayet vs Anderssen, 1851 (replies)
 
MorphysMojo: Whites' problems actually start w/ 5. Bxc6. Why give black the lead in development,and the space? Violate such basic fundamentals: get mated early. Some of blacks' inaccuracies already posted here probably would not make a difference against a player that just did not know to ...
 
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