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PaperBridge
Member since May-25-08 · Last seen May-25-11
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   PaperBridge has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   May-25-11 World Championship Candidates Final (2011) (replies)
 
PaperBridge: I enjoyed watching Gelfand's games. Some interesting ideas all tournament. Still, the upcoming Bazna tournament looks much more interesting than this event. Calsen(2), Ivanchuk(4), Nakamura(6), and Karjakan(7) compete. I think these are the four players creating the most ...
 
   May-13-11 Piotr Murdzia (replies)
 
PaperBridge: Actually, he is a five time champ: 02, 05, 06, 08, and 09.
 
   Apr-10-11 Chinese Championship (2011) (replies)
 
PaperBridge: This is a great event, it seems, for Yifan Hou. Finishing with a positive score behind only the excellent Zhou Jianchao and Ni Hua and the inspired performing Ding Liren and Zhao Jun. What was her performance rating?
 
   Jan-04-11 Somacarana vs Cochrane, 1855 (replies)
 
PaperBridge: 19 ... f6 is the brilliant move, establishing a help-mate. Everything after that is forced.
 
   Dec-15-10 London Chess Classic (2010) (replies)
 
PaperBridge: Frogbert writes: "kramnik-aronian 6 to 2, 7 draws aronian-anand 5 to 1, 8 draws anand-kramnik 4 to 2, 15 draws kramnik is +2 here aronian is = here anand is -2 here maybe kramnik should be world champion instead of anand?" Of course in those same years Topalov is +1 ...
 
   May-03-10 Anand - Topalov World Chess Championship (2010) (replies)
 
PaperBridge: bharatiy: Maybe this will be another Nxh6 game ...
 
   Dec-14-09 World Cup (2009) (replies)
 
PaperBridge: A splendid Chanukah for Gelfand!
 
   Dec-14-09 McShane vs Ni Hua, 2009 (replies)
 
PaperBridge: I am glad to see MaxxLange's enthusiasm about the bishop trap. I find Hua's endgame play here remarkable. It is hard to understand what might be going on at 70, 71, 72 until one sees the ending. Hua's deployment of limited resources here reminds me a lot of Carlsen's endgame ...
 
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