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   SimonWebbsTiger has kibitzed 2718 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-04-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: the chessgames dot com website appears to be a home to disgusting, dangerous and mentally deranged people. I'm off. Thank god I had the sense never to pay for it.
   Jun-03-15 Natalia Zhukova (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<HMM> if you are too lazy to google, just tell. We don't exist as some news bureau to provide a lazy person with info he could easily find using his computer. Why would you think so?
   May-28-15 Neil L Carr (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: Sad new. Neil has passed away. The Essex chess blog wrote: <We have this evening received the tragic news of the sudden death of Writtle and Essex star, FM Neil Carr, on Monday this week, having suffered a heart attack while on holiday in Jersey with his family. This is a
   May-27-15 M Lyell vs M Grigoryan, 2012
SimonWebbsTiger: they are.
   May-27-15 Meri Grigoryan
SimonWebbsTiger: Meri's cancer charity work, in a Chessbase article on the link provided
   May-26-15 Filip Boe Olsen (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: the young Danish lad has just done enough to become an FM.
   May-25-15 Lev Polugaevsky (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: @<parrisattack> there have been a few new ideas in the Polu' variation. Everyman published "Chess Developments: the 6. Bg5 Najdorf Sicilian" by Kevin Goh Wei Ming in 2014. Ming uses the quoted Hao-Naka game as his illustrative game, embedded with theory, etc. 12...Ra7
   May-24-15 FIDE Grand Prix Khanty-Mansiysk (2015) (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: I wonder if Svidler has had time to watch the 1st test between England and New Zealand.
   May-23-15 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
SimonWebbsTiger: For those interested, David Vigorito's old book "Play the Semi-Slav" (Quality Chess 2008) has this as one of the illustrative games and thus contains some theory and annotations to the game. 21. Qe2 was played later, and recommended as strongest in Dreev's excellent book ...
   May-18-15 Thomas Christensen
SimonWebbsTiger: @<zanzibar> yes, that's him in the sk68 club mag.
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