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Member since Jul-23-04 · Last seen Dec-03-16
Kramnik, Teimour Radjabov, Fischer and Lembit Oll.
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   OneArmedScissor has kibitzed 3323 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-02-16 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
OneArmedScissor: Would you let a muslim babysit your daughter?
   Oct-08-16 Isle of Man Open (2016) (replies)
OneArmedScissor: who will win?
   Oct-04-16 Tal Memorial (2016) (replies)
OneArmedScissor: <Oct-04-16 tuttifrutty: Vikings 4-0! How is that for starters? Beautiful game against the Giants. Much like Wesley-Nepo 24-10. Go Wesley, Go Vikings!!!> lol you watch the NFL
   Sep-17-16 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Nisipeanu, 2016 (replies)
OneArmedScissor: Why can't Black just keep checking the king with his rook?
   Aug-11-16 W So vs Topalov, 2016 (replies)
OneArmedScissor: <cro777: "Passed pawns must be pushed" or "rook behind passed pawn" rule?> The former produces a threat, while the latter provides support for a potential threat.
   Jul-31-16 Biel (Svidler - MVL) (2016) (replies)
OneArmedScissor: Svidler on suicide watch!
   Apr-09-16 R Wojtaszek vs J Tomczak, 2016 (replies)
OneArmedScissor: King's Indian is more exciting.
   Feb-04-16 Tradewise Gibraltar (2016) (replies)
OneArmedScissor: <chessvcr: So seems like it's finally end of an era. Well he had nothing to prove. He has been there for 3 decades. Good thing from this tournament is,future of indian chess is in safe. I hope harikrishna have one good result this evening.> poo in the loo
   Jan-21-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
OneArmedScissor: < Octavia: Tata steel is giving these top players a well paid rest day today, whilst giving a lot of their loyal workers eternal unpaid rest days. I hate the capitalist system> lol look at this weak commie.
   Dec-27-15 M Matlakov vs Kramnik, 2015 (replies)
OneArmedScissor: Kramnik is quite possibly the greatest pawn pusher in the past 20 years of chess, IMO. This is a great example of pushing a pawn to a win, which Kramnik seems to make these sorts of endings come out of nowhere with great effect.
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