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QuidProQuo
Member since Sep-12-07 · Last seen Oct-29-07
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   QuidProQuo has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-22-07 P Poutiainen vs Szabo, 1975 (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <kwgurge: 29...Qh2+ 30.Bxh2 Nf2#. Too easy.> How can an monday puzzle be too easy Einstein?
 
   Oct-21-07 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: I really like Nakamura, despite the fact that a minority of people have misunderstood (maybe some willfullingly?) his playful pranks as bad sportmanship, the rest of us recognizes what a great sportsman he is! :D And he's an american as well, standing out above the rest and doing
 
   Oct-16-07 K Wockenfuss vs Ulf Andersson, 1977 (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: I like this puzzle, because although it is quite easy for my human brain it is almost insolvable with for an engine. I think that you will see that engines often evalute position like these to be lost for one, altough in reality it's drawn because of the perpetual check. Oh ...
 
   Oct-12-07 Alekhine vs Tartakower, 1927 (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <Magic Castle: <MostlyAverageJoe> More power to you sir.> You're like a bunch of schoolyard bullies
 
   Oct-12-07 Beer (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <By the way, beer in Mexico is cheaper than in the US. I don't remember the exact price, but it is cheaper.> US or Mexico, who would dare to drink beer in any of those places?
 
   Oct-12-07 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: Fischer was better than this guy at the same age. So I don't belive he will achieve true greatness, as Fischer would have done if he had Truely loved chess. So I belive Kramnik will be the comeback king of chess once again, and not this guy...
 
   Oct-12-07 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <Fischer had his problems. I sit here and read of him turning down a chance to make 2 million dollars, in the 1970's, to play a match with Gligoric, and shake my head. Whatever Fischer's chess state was at the time, he still beats Gligoric fairly easily. Certainly if somebody ...
 
   Oct-12-07 Veselin Aleksandrov Topalov (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <acirce: Ah, I see. It makes perfect sense then.> It's the trademark of a great man to be able to realize and admit his mistakes in full public, I very much envy this of you. Well done sir!
 
   Oct-12-07 Polugaevsky vs Tal, 1979 (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: <euripides: <Jim> from my memory of Speelman's notes on this game it's <21.Rxf2> Rxf2+ when either 22.Qxf2 Qxe4+ or 22.Kxf2 Rf8+ are nasty.> I belive that's wrong, go back to the drawing bored and check notes!
 
   Oct-12-07 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
QuidProQuo: Hehe good 'ole Kramnik, he plays a very sturdy kind of chess. But at least his chess isen't boring and disrespectful to chess like Ficher sometimes was.
 
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