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Pravitel
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   Pravitel has kibitzed 89 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-19-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
 
Pravitel: <perfidious: Formidable as he is, Caruana has never been particularly consistent at the very highest level; since spread-eagling the field at St Louis 2014 and becoming the presumptive heir to Carlsen's crown, overall he has not proven himself even the clearly second-strongest ...
 
   Dec-07-17 Stockfish (Computer) (replies)
 
Pravitel: What is the ELO difference between complete Stockfish and Stockfish without its opening book and endgame tablebase?
 
   Sep-10-16 Chess Olympiad (Women) (2016) (replies)
 
Pravitel: Quite funny that the Russia vs US match was ethnically East European team 1 vs East European team 2. As all of the US players were born in Eastern Europe; 2 were born in Ukraine, 1 in Russia and 1 in Czech Republic.
 
   Mar-12-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
 
Pravitel: <rogge: Are you a Caruana fan maybe? :)> Not relevant. I'm a fan of intellectual honesty. <It was something I heard Carlsen say in a interview the other day, can't remember where and when. Actually, I think he mentioned Aronian as his most difficult opponent. If you don't
 
   Sep-22-14 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
 
Pravitel: I don't understand why anyone even bothered arguing with MarkFinan. It's not like he provided any rational points at all. His belief really doesn't tell anything about Caruana or other top chess players for that matter, it only tells about MarkFinan. And there is no reason to let ...
 
   Jun-26-14 FIDE Women's Grand Prix Lopota (2014) (replies)
 
Pravitel: HeMateMe:<I think world class GMs, who break 2700 have done so by the age of 20> Levon Aronian was 22 when he crossed 2700.
 
   Jun-19-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Pravitel: I used the word "strongest" on purpose. Magnus is the champ by winning the tournament for which there was such a label on the line, no problem, but that doesn't mean he is the strongest rapid player in the world. He could be and winning such a strong tournament is a rather decent ...
 
   Jul-28-13 Dortmund (2013) (replies)
 
Pravitel: The next two rounds are especially important for Caruana as he plays with white against Adams and then black against Hao, and he has a bad score against both of them. If he can pass these games without a setback, then he has a good chance to take the tournament(and pass 2800). ...
 
   Jun-24-13 Tal Memorial (2013) (replies)
 
Pravitel: Salty: <I know Caruana has a lot of fans on here. But realistically, he doesn't share a class with Carlsen. There's Carlsen, then about 10 players bunched together, then another 40-ish players above 2700. Carlsen is the single standout, and if there's a second it's Aronian. ...
 
   Jun-13-13 Tal Memorial (Blitz) (2013) (replies)
 
Pravitel: Maatalkko<Also, I'm not that surprised to see Caruana in last. His progress in standard is amazing (2796 live rating), but I can't remember any outstanding results from him in blitz.> Zurich Chess Challenge had similar blitz tournament earlier this year, and there he went 5/6
 
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