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Member since Jan-04-16 · Last seen Jan-30-19
Used to be at this forum for many years and under different niks. When I lose the password, or just banned:) I change the nick.

   SometimesGood has kibitzed 530 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-19 Gibraltar Masters (2019) (replies)
SometimesGood: <alexmagnus: It was proven beyond any doubt, reasonable or unreasonable, that no pre-arranging took place. Btw I always found it ironic that Hou played her protest game when she was to play a man :D> that's why i added (allegedly). there is a reason for concern though. ...
   Jan-25-19 Tata Steel Masters (2019) (replies)
SometimesGood: When I see the endings in games of Shackland and Van Forest, I feel myself not so bad:). these greats also make mistakes.
   Dec-21-18 London Chess Classic (2018) (replies)
SometimesGood: <Pedro Fernandez: My dear <SometimesGood>, what a good words about you, from you, specially because of you are being honest. Every one in this world we are some times good, but some times we are not good, so what! But, by not means you are a mediocre person, no way! ...
   Dec-10-18 Tal vs A S Segal, 1952 (replies)
SometimesGood: <Honza Cervenka: Black was probably Naum Segal> For sure. Both are from Latvia.
   Dec-07-18 E Korchmar vs E Poliak, 1937 (replies)
SometimesGood: <Strelets: I would add David Bronstein, Eduard Gufeld, Efim Geller, and Leonid Stein to the list of players whose best games are more deserving of the label of "Ukrainian Immortal." Don't get me wrong; this is still an excellent game. But it just doesn't dazzle the mind and
   Dec-04-18 Mecking vs Timman, 2008 (replies)
SometimesGood: nice ending; wish i could do the same at 65:)
   Nov-30-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
SometimesGood: <fabelhaft: <<fabelhaft> <What is his score in classical against Kramnik and Anand? :-)> That's exactly my point.> Nakamura has 8-1 in wins in classical against Anand and 5-4 against Kramnik.> ha-ha, no comments!
   Nov-25-18 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2018) (replies)
SometimesGood: Moro is the nicest guy and say the truth it's hard to follow Chinese names and faces. For Europeans all Asians look the same. I don't blame them at all. Sometimes it is irritating, but c'est la vie. I accept it and not frustrated. It's a simple science; European faces have ...
   Oct-06-18 Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
SometimesGood: <diceman: <Tiggler: What teenager wouldn't want to ride around the piazza on a Lambretta pinching ladies bums, as is the custom.> Chess prodigies. :)> name one in Italy:) ok you maybe assume that Fab would be such a prodigy? In that case he wold be the prodigy and
   Jul-23-18 Biel (2018) (replies)
SometimesGood: <nok: Maybe because he hasn't anything interesting to say.> I second. They are all quite uninteresting. Compare to Garry. Not the deepest guy (he is very predictable in his blaming all what is related to Putin and Co.) but very entertaining!
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