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Member since Oct-21-04 · Last seen Dec-07-16
Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain.
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   Shams has kibitzed 20906 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-04-16 Jeremy Lim (replies)
Shams: That article is confused; the tax assessment is the same for visiting players whether they fly back for the week or stay out west. It does make that point, but implies otherwise as well.
   Nov-30-16 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
Shams: <Bobsterman> <<You could fill up pages with contradictions between what Trump said before and what he says now.> What did Emerson say about hobgoblins and little minds?> Now Trump's lying game is a feature, not a bug? Jesus, you might as well be <Big Pawn> at ...
   Nov-29-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Shams: Picking on the Dead is like picking on Star Wars. "Mexicali Blues"
   Nov-27-16 Reshevsky vs H Steiner, 1927 (replies)
Shams: <RookFile> <It's not the first move you think about> It's certainly not a candidate move for me even though firing the g-pawn out of a castled position seems to me one of the hallmarks of modern chess. I wonder if Reshevsky considered it. If he did I bet he well remembered
   Nov-26-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
Shams: "Show nerves" = be nervous "show/have nerve" = be brave Once again I'd like to apologize for the English language.
   Nov-25-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
Shams: <19.Bxe6 is a perfectly fine move. No more, no less.> Yes less.
   Nov-20-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
Shams: Tyson did a great job hosting the "Cosmos" reboot. He does make a habit of saying dumb and/or obtuse things on social media, which seems like a gratuitous cheapening of his brand but whatever.
   Nov-12-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
Shams: <kingfu> <Dom, I picked up the bad pawn snatching habit from Korchnoi on the black side of the French. Difference: Korchnoi would usually win and I am not Viktor(ious)!> Another pitfall is trying to copy his French IQP games which are very dynamic. His defense to the Wing ...
   Nov-06-16 Carlsen vs P Karelina, 2016 (replies)
Shams: <3...Nc6> is also a principled move. Here are two nice games in that line, one win for each color: Sadler vs J M Hodgson, 1999 D Svetushkin vs A Indjic, 2016 <keypusher> is right that f3 here cannot be punished, but if Black insists on trying anyway a good effort is ...
   Nov-06-16 P K Wells vs V Priehoda, 1992 (replies)
Shams: <NimzoCharlie> Well spotted but in this particular line that continuation has brought White mostly troubles; Black keeps the Queens on and just plays a dangerous gambit instead. Suba vs Portisch, 1984
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