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Tecumseh
Member since Aug-24-03
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   Tecumseh has kibitzed 51 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-08-04 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Tecumseh: ughaibu, you're a smart guy, but you're a nasty drunk. Yesterday's postings had me wondering if you were Bobby Fischer.
 
   Jul-01-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Tecumseh: <I've felt the fear and have seen it in others.> That's worthy of quote of the day.
 
   Jun-07-04 Fidel Castro (replies)
 
Tecumseh: The 21st century might see the ultimate failure of global capitalism. Who knows? For example I believe the power cuts in the US were basically caused by corporate greed, blindly chasing profits and not reinvesting in infrastructure. And oil is a finite resource, take it away ...
 
   May-30-04 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Tecumseh: Yes, there are always exceptions but you'd win more often than you lost. Double your bet after each loss and you can't go wrong :-)
 
   May-09-04 King's Indian, Orthodox, Taimanov (E99) (replies)
 
Tecumseh: This line was largely pioneered by Svetozar Gligoric and is also known as the Mar Del Plata variation, which was the venue of the tournament where he first played it winning games against Najdorf and Eliskases as black.
 
   Mar-15-04 Meyer (replies)
 
Tecumseh: Not Caleb Meyer then? Fears broken whiskey bottles?
 
   Feb-22-04 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
 
Tecumseh: "You're black" said the kettle to the pot.
 
   Feb-21-04 21st Linares (2004) (replies)
 
Tecumseh: I think closed invitational tournaments, where every player knows each others game inside out, promote tedium. Compare the current Linares to the Aeroflot Open, players actually have to fight there!
 
   Feb-16-04 Karpov vs Kiril D Georgiev, 1994 (replies)
 
Tecumseh: Everywhere!
 
   Jan-21-04 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
Tecumseh: I think Kasparov's opening preparation may be the best and deepest of any player in chess history. But I am not sure it is fair to say he relies on it that much more than many of his predecessors as world champion. Nearly all of them relied on opening preparation to a large degree.
 
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