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TIMER
Member since Nov-21-04
FIDE 2150+
I consider Kasparov and Lasker the two greatest players of all time.

   TIMER has kibitzed 1947 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-24-16 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
TIMER: <chessgames.com> Dear chessgames.com, As I am still awaiting my ChessBookie Championship prizes being sent, please could you let me know what the current situation is regarding this, as I have heard nothing since my email giving the details. Many thanks, TIMER
 
   May-08-16 Chessgames Bookie chessforum (replies)
 
TIMER: <SwitchingQuylthulg> Thanks for helping me get the year added, but when do you think it should become a concern that I have not had an email on the other three prizes (I did not get the email chessgames.com mentioned above either)? I have checked but the email address on my ...
 
   May-01-16 TIMER chessforum
 
TIMER: <Winking> and <moronovich> Thankyou very much. The title will always sound nice to me particularly as it was a long time coming! I used to do well in Lost Emperor's prediction games and then led from the very first chessbookie game but never knew when to play safe to hold ...
 
   Apr-30-16 Karposian chessforum (replies)
 
TIMER: <Karposian><<World Chessbookie Champion TIMER>> That has a nice ring to it, thankyou! If you remember after 1 week I was in outright last place on about -6k, but I just continued going all out and by a week later I overtook Switch into first place on about 30k! So ...
 
   Dec-31-14 technical draw chessforum (replies)
 
TIMER: Hey technical draw, Remember me? In the early days of chessbookie you used to aim for last place and find me competing with you after throwing away a lead. That was the normal state of things. How different things were last leg to how I remembered! Not only did I not throw away ...
 
   Dec-23-07 Humphrey Bogart (replies)
 
TIMER: Somehow I always think of Capablanca when I see Humphrey Bogart.. Casablanca is too similar a name- and similar time periods. Also both are classics.
 
   Dec-22-07 Levon Aronian (replies)
 
TIMER: I think it is true to an extent. You might not know the opening theory, but if you have a better positional understanding than your opponent- you can outplay them once it comes out of book, and you usually don't go too wrong unless it is a particularly sharp opening with lots of ...
 
   Dec-22-07 Gata Kamsky (replies)
 
TIMER: Kamsky is a very dangerous match player- Topalov will have to take this match very seriously. It is Kamsky's attributes from 10 years ago that were still present in this world cup win (which is why I thought he was a favourite despite his relatively low rating in the world cup- it is ...
 
   Dec-20-07 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
 
TIMER: Anand was actually quite tough for Kasparov- first 8 games were drawn. He then cracked after winning a game.
 
   Dec-18-07 World Chess Cup (2007) (replies)
 
TIMER: <rover> You should also bear in mind past results before Kamsky retired to see that this is not a one-off like Naiditsch or Bologan, but rather him recovering to his old level.
 
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