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   SimonWebbsTiger has kibitzed 2706 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-15 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: another of those games which is just too famous to be a puzzle, unless you haven't seen it before in which case well done! The game was very important for the theory of this variation of the semi-slav.
   May-18-15 Thomas Christensen
SimonWebbsTiger: @<zanzibar> yes, that's him in the sk68 club mag.
   May-03-15 Wesley So (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: I love the smell of peeved, deranged Filipino trolls in the morning. It smells like victory.
   Apr-27-15 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: next events? Probably the world blitz and rapid and certainly Norway Chess (all in June).
   Apr-24-15 Gashimov Memorial (2015) (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: enough with your rubbish! I know it feels like Carlsen has been here forever but he is still a young man. If he continues to love chess, he will be here another 20 years hence. Who knows what he will achieve in those two decades.
   Apr-23-15 Raymond Keene (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: Kingpin is a good resource for articles by "Raymondo" (aka the Penguin). Amazing Ray has never sued.
   Apr-15-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Mark Finan> I know you are a Bradford fan, so this news, if true, is ghastly from the fan/city person you are as it is in general for other English footie fans.
   Apr-08-15 US Championships (2015) (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Sokrates> Fancy this! Blitz chess is a typical manifestation of bourgeois culture and its anti-revolutionary thought, atypical to the creative Soviet thought begun by Chigorin. Botvinnik didn't write that but beejezuz you know a SUKP might.
   Apr-08-15 Chekhover vs Dus Chotimirsky, 1949 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Once> in the 46...Qh7 line, I suppose an ok line is also 47. Qxh7 Kxh7 48. Rxg6 Rxg6 and then winning a tempo for the pawn ending with 49. Kf3
   Apr-08-15 Leningrad Interzonal (1973)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<Conrad> on the basis of Elo in 1974, e.g.: Karpov 2705 Korchnoi 2665 Spassky 2650 You'll remember Karpov and Korchnoi met in the Candidates final which later became the de facto world chp. match because Fischer didn't turn up in '75.
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