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TheTamale
Member since Aug-11-08 · Last seen Oct-22-17
Middle age washout; not much of a chess player, either.

Favorite player: Emmanuel Lasker, author of two of my favorite quotes (not just from chess but from anywhere). I'm quoting both from memory, so they may be a bit off.

1) "The merciless fact, culminating in checkmate, contradicts the hypocrite."

2) Re: his taking the title from Steinitz: "The thinker has been defeated by the player."

Hard not to love the guy. Had interests outside of chess, too.


   TheTamale has kibitzed 839 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-21-17 Baratz vs Duchamp, 1929 (replies)
 
TheTamale: A draw??!? White overlooked the crushing rejoinder 9) g6!!
 
   Oct-18-17 Kasparov vs Nunn, 1982 (replies)
 
TheTamale: I love this new game viewer. Thanks, Chessgames.com.
 
   Oct-17-17 Zsofia Polgar vs S Kamberi, 1996 (replies)
 
TheTamale: Queen sac TUESDAY?? WHAAAAA...????!!!!????
 
   Oct-09-17 L Dek vs Bacrot, 2017 (replies)
 
TheTamale: I'm severely sleep impaired, so I thought I might struggle even with the Monday puzzle. Rather, I got it in 2 seconds... just look for the queen sac, and it solves itself.
 
   Jul-13-17 F Crowl vs Purdy, 1936 (replies)
 
TheTamale: Crowl's goal was to have his king on the 7th rank by move 10.
 
   Jun-29-17 Anish Giri (replies)
 
TheTamale: Petrosian also drew a lot. And he was a BEAST.
 
   May-16-17 Anthony Saidy (replies)
 
TheTamale: Saidy is eighty, which rhymes. Coincidence?? I think not...
 
   Apr-21-17 Kupreichik vs J Sunye Neto, 1989 (replies)
 
TheTamale: Great GOTD. Nice, imaginative play by Kupreichik.
 
   Apr-13-17 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
TheTamale: Happy birthday, GM Kasparov. Ha ha, I'm 2 weeks older than you. YOU LOSE.
 
   Apr-10-17 B Blumenfeld vs NN, 1903 (replies)
 
TheTamale: Really? NN wasn't the least bit curious why a master was freely giving up a knight in the opening...???
 
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