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The Basherlor
Member since Feb-06-06 · Last seen Mar-27-06
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   The Basherlor has kibitzed 64 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-06 Amber Blindfold (2006) (replies)
 
The Basherlor: It seems that Aronian and Topalov are tired (they are the only ones who played the first two supertournaments this years) and then their performance in Monaco is not the best. People often said that Aronian quick play is one of his abilities; it seems that as far as he make ...
 
   Mar-24-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
The Basherlor: A definition from a dictionary: <A world championship(s) is any contest or series of contests (which may work alongside a ranking system) to determine the best nation, team, individual (or other entity) in the world in a particular field. A world champion is defined as ...
 
   Mar-24-06 Maka Purtseladze (replies)
 
The Basherlor: What a beautiful player! http://www.scgchess.org/euro2005/Fo...
 
   Mar-24-06 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
The Basherlor: <Appaz: Also, no one seems to be able to make a decent Go-playing computer program.> I have a theory about this: Japanese programmers don't want do do research to make a good computer Go-playing program because they wan't to preserve the old tradition and they know what ...
 
   Mar-16-06 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2006) (replies)
 
The Basherlor: <doremi: Kosteniuk officially knocked out> I guess the <Fire on Board> melted down the Russian Ice Beauty. <twinlark: That is to say, Candidates matches to decide the challenger, and a World Championship match to decide the title.> <doremi: A tournament is
 
   Mar-15-06 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
The Basherlor: <EeEk: All the comments comes from Magnus, they are not computer analysis.> It could be a contradiction in this sentence. I was thinking, it would be possible to create a chess machine (computer) that could evolution and learn like a human through its games? Today's ...
 
   Mar-15-06 Kelly Cottrell (replies)
 
The Basherlor: <Sneaky: What exactly is your point? You are upset because of what, again?> I am not upset, actually, I have discovered what is behind the ridiculous participation of that girl: - The US Chess Federation has been concerned of the lack of professional chess players in the
 
   Mar-14-06 I Zenyuk vs K Cottrell, 2006
 
The Basherlor: <acirce: At move 40 seems natural.> Acirce, do you still need to put insulse and meaningless posts? What a lack of imagination. I saw you changed your profile, you are doubting on your reasons to be here, so, parphrasing Yermolinsky (the same one you quote in your ...
 
   Mar-14-06 Morelia-Linares (2006) (replies)
 
The Basherlor: It is a shame the poor coverage Linares Tournament had from chess press. You even look for Google news and there is no big title saying "Aronian won Linares", that is the poor image of chess in the world. Chessbase and TWIC reports with analysis were always late ... well at ...
 
   Mar-11-06 Peter Leko (replies)
 
The Basherlor: Leko is a nice guy and he always look the equilibruim in his life. In chess, this is translated as a constant search for a draw in a game. Unfortunalety for him, he won his first games in Linares, he tried to establish his equilibruim again by looking draws, but the damage was
 
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