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S4NKT
Member since Aug-15-03 · Last seen Dec-18-16
Hi.........

I live in Stockholm, Sweden, but I'm a somewhat
international individual, I'm male, 21 years old.

I'm interested in chess, chess960, cyberpunk, video-games, political-science, computer-science, languages, culture, music, Japan etc.

Basically i'm pretty new to chess, i've
only been taking it seriously since about May 2003, so my rating is quite low right now, but I have beaten a 2200 player at my local club (yes, I was lucky).

My favorite players are Fischer and Tal so
i've been studying their games,
I like Tal's intuitive style and Fischer's sharpness.

Basically, as white, I play c4, and as black,
I play c5.

Here's a link to the rules of Fischerandom >

http://home.att.ne.jp/moon/fischer/...

my e-mail is > killy@spray.se

I'm interested in playing correspondence chess via e-mail or sms. without computers of course. maximum 1 day per move sounds reaonable.

please send me an e-mail or just write a message here if you want to play against me.

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   S4NKT has kibitzed 143 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-18-16 B Mikyska vs Traxler, 1896 (replies)
 
S4NKT: Let me correct "12. Kf1", it doesn't seem like a mate in 14, with best play white can survive until move 33 or longer, I think, for example "11. Kxf2 Qh4+ 12. Kf1 O-O-O 13. Qb4 Nc2 14. Kg1 Qe1+ 15. Bf1 Be2 16. h3 Nxb4 17. Kh2 Bxf1 18. Na3 Rf8 19. d3 Rf3 20. Bf4 Qxa1 21. Bg3 Qxb2 22. ...
 
   Dec-18-16 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
 
S4NKT: A wonderful game with lots of interesting moves and very psychologically significant. Leko is more than happy to trade off pieces, but there was one very active piece in this game which you can't trade in chess, the white king! ;) Even if 22. a4 isn't objectively best, the answer - ...
 
   Dec-18-16 N Grandelius vs Carlsen, 2016
 
S4NKT: I noticed the Stockfish line "22. Nd3 g4 23. Nfe5 a5 24. Nf4 Ba6 25. h3 gxh3 26. Nxh3 Rc8 27. Rd6 Rc1+ 28. Kh2 Be2 29. Ng5 Rc2" Now white is threatening Nxfx7 and has three pieces hovering around the black king, having the e and f pawns versus the e pawn is much better than a lone h ...
 
   Dec-17-16 Anthony Wirig
 
S4NKT: Most people are not brave enough to have an unusual hairstyle and only want to 'fit in' and 'not be noticed', ever since the 1990's most men just have 3cm or so of nondescript hair, unless you're Italian or unusually fashionable. Considering his clothing in a picture elsewhere he's ...
 
   Dec-17-16 A Wirig vs J Bruch, 2004
 
S4NKT: Very nice positional play around a locked pawn chain.
 
   Dec-15-16 Wei Yi vs Carlsen, 2016
 
S4NKT: I see the link to "The Modern Tiger" book, indeed, playing g6, d6, a6, Bg7 and even perhaps Bg7 is a hyper-modern opening just waiting for your opponent to occupy the center and then watch what they do and counteract their plan with precise moves. In order to obtain an advantage in ...
 
   Dec-15-16 Wei Yi vs Anh Khoi Nguyen, 2016
 
S4NKT: Wei Yi wants to play the a pawn to a7 and put black in a Zugzwang, then Bg4 followed by Re1, Be6, then Qh7 to continue the Zugzwang, for instance black could play - b5-b4, axb4, then black must either move the queen at c7 and lose it or move the rook at f8 and lose it. 17. Nf5 is ...
 
   Dec-15-16 Wei Yi vs Xiangyu Xu, 2016
 
S4NKT: If NxB - fxe5, then Qd6 - Re7, then Rc7 is not winning, however Qd8 looks pretty good
 
   Jun-22-15 Benoni, Taimanov Variation (A67) (replies)
 
S4NKT: 5 ...d6 is an error since it allows 8. Fb5+? Castle first prior to ...d6
 
   Jun-22-15 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
S4NKT: Fischer I listened to your radio interviews when you were alive and you inspired me.
 
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