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The King Returns1
Member since Feb-26-05 · Last seen Nov-01-17
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   The King Returns1 has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-29-17 Isle of Man Open (2017) (replies)
The King Returns1: Hey, I've been following Michael Adams game against L'Ami today. Is it me or did he miss an interesting play at move in 26. Bxh7. If the king takes back, then 27. Rh3+ looks good for white. And if black doesn't capture the bishop, then 27. Rh3 also looks ...
   Dec-23-06 Santa Claus (replies)
The King Returns1: Dear Santa, If you grant me a Chessgames Premium Membership, I promise to be a good boy and play "Santa's Opening" in every chess game that I play in 2007. I'm serious. I'll take the black side or white. It doesn't matter. Together with the the premium membership and ...
   Oct-15-06 Shirov vs M Prusikin, 2006 (replies)
The King Returns1: This is a sad ending for black. If 39..Nc3, then 40 Ra8+, and it's over. Oops!
   Oct-14-06 Stellwagen vs S Matsenko, 2006
The King Returns1: nice combo at the end
   Aug-04-06 Kramnik vs Adams, 2006 (replies)
The King Returns1: I like Kramnik's position here. Do you think he's looking at any sacraficial ideas on b6 or d6 with the bishop or rook, respectively?
   Apr-14-06 S Bogner vs Anastasian, 2006
The King Returns1: This is a pretty cool game. It looks like a game that could have been played in the late 1800's. I guess this is what you do if your rated 303 points below your opponent! I'm no chess expert, but it looks like Bogner has a comfortable and aggressive position at move 10, ...
   Mar-21-06 Amber Blindfold (2006) (replies)
The King Returns1: I've got a question about the blindfold games. What happens if you can't remember positions that easily, or you loose track of a piece of two? Do you simply loose if you try to move a piece that isn't there? I would really suck at blindfold chess. I'd be fine up to move 5 ...
   Mar-05-06 Leko vs Svidler, 2006 (replies)
The King Returns1: Hi folks. I have kind of a general question, but it concerns tournaments, so I hope it's OK to ask it here. I see pictures sometimes of chess players watching other players games. It looks like they do this while they are still playing themselves! Is this true? Are they ...
   Jan-04-06 Corus (2006) (replies)
The King Returns1: Who's running the predicion contest? Anyway, here's my guess: 1. Bacrot 2. Topalov 3. Ivanchuk 4. Aronian 5. Leko 6. Anand 7. Gelfand 8. Tiviakov 9. Karjakin 10. Kramnik 11. Van Wely 12. Sokolov 13. Adams 14. Kamsky
   Dec-30-05 Russian Championship Superfinal (2005) (replies)
The King Returns1: Has anyone figured out the ELO ratings changes for all of these dudes for this tournament?
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