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RisingChamp
Member since Aug-23-04 · Last seen Mar-21-08
I will soon be a Grandmaster. I think the most silly thing abt professional chessplayers are the way they agree to easy draws and the banging out of 16 moves of theory every game. I never play mainlines of popular openings.I play on playchess.com

   RisingChamp has kibitzed 826 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-07 Leko vs Bareev, 2007 (replies)
 
RisingChamp: This should not be surprising. Bareev is famous for awful tactical variations. In fact he himself admits his reputation as "a player who cannot calculate a single variation". Maybe he is simply tired already... Would still say he has a chance because his understanding of the ...
 
   Jun-04-07 Candidates Match: Gelfand - Kasimdzhanov (2007) (replies)
 
RisingChamp: <s4life> I am glad you appreciate my freedom of thought... "but there are plenty of things wrong with short draws" is still a definitive assertion which is as yet unsubstantiated. I know its fashionable to complain about draws but that doesnt make draws wrong.
 
   May-29-07 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
 
RisingChamp: I cannot believe that anybody actually still argues that caste is a rational ground for differentiation, even the most rudimentary study of Indian history will demonstrate to you that caste theory was enforced and perpetrated by the people who stood most to benefit by the ...
 
   Mar-07-07 Diwakar Prasad Singh (replies)
 
RisingChamp: And yes I agree with Acirce... his recent performance in the West Bengal Grandmaster Open (dont know the correct name) has been pretty solid...drawing and beating GMs etc. While I cant claim to explain how someone who can lose to unrated players can also beat GMs regularly, I ...
 
   Feb-23-06 Linares (2006) (replies)
 
RisingChamp: I wonder where those Kings Indian bashers went....
 
   Feb-12-06 Harold James Plaskett (replies)
 
RisingChamp: Try doing it in the 5 seconds that you have- 10 seconds to hear the question and then you have to be an expert to fire in a google question quick and accurate enough to give you the accurate answer and to give that answer to the friend.
 
   Feb-05-06 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
RisingChamp: By the way check the Minchev page where Eric Schiller doubts the existence of Mr. Minchev, who according to him, does not exist on the FIDE list, and specifically the existence of his game with the strongest opponent Timothy Taylor.
 
   Feb-02-06 Tal vs Kudriashov, 1955 (replies)
 
RisingChamp: Karpov could see tactics as well as any wiorld champ. In fact better than most. See one of his great "positional" games and you will discover that he had to calculate some incredibly complicated tactics to make all those Kh2 h3 a3 and those subtle one square piece maneouvers ...
 
   Feb-02-06 Parimarjan Negi (replies)
 
RisingChamp: Hitman what is youre ELO you must be very strong if you were playing GM Vladimirov in the last round.
 
   Feb-01-06 Corus Group B (2006) (replies)
 
RisingChamp: Though <cowardly knight> Nezhmetdinov has beaten most of the best players in classical chess as well so thats not the best example. He couldnt be a GM because they didnt let him leave Russia. The game Polugaevsky v. Nezhmetdinov in Sochi is one of the best games of all ...
 
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