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Timex
Member since Mar-16-07
I am very active in internet chess.

I always play online at www.xymyx.com!!! This website offers chess and xymyx. Xymyx is the chess variant where both players move simultaneously. You can only move you king in check and you can capture your own pieces.

My rating there is pretty nice, but I am quite overated there.

At www.xymyx.com, i am logged in as Timex. Hope I can see one of you people there one day.

People I have seen there so far:

<MarkThornton>
<TefthePersian> <Kool Knight>

I am yet to see more people.

>> Click here to see Timex's game collections.

   Timex has kibitzed 418 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-05-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
 
Timex: the analysis is very nice, but what's wrong with the obvious Qxe2?
 
   Sep-07-08 Koneru vs Shen Yang, 2008 (replies)
 
Timex: <dramas79> White is up by a few pawns
 
   Sep-06-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
 
Timex: Vote: cxd4
 
   Aug-29-08 Y Shulman vs I A Nataf, 2008
 
Timex: Nataf plays on even though he's already really really down in material. What fighting spirit!
 
   Aug-29-08 NH Chess (2008) (replies)
 
Timex: <PinkPanther>Ping Pong is in the olympics by the way... You should ask the Oscar dudes if you think chess isn't a sport.
 
   Aug-28-08 A Nickel vs W Krabbe, 2004
 
Timex: Krabbe resigned too early wow.
 
   Aug-28-08 Bareev vs Stellwagen, 2008 (replies)
 
Timex: After black moves his other b-pawn he is in zugzwang.
 
   Aug-27-08 Bronstein vs Miles, 1975 (replies)
 
Timex: Miles has a thing for weird openings
 
   Aug-27-08 Antwerp (2008) (replies)
 
Timex: Wow, the chinese have been on a roll lately.
 
   Aug-25-08 E Alekseev vs Mamedyarov, 2008 (replies)
 
Timex: Well, if you look at 14.a4, the point of that move is probably to defend the bishop on e7, by advancing the b-pawn, because in some games, the bishop can be poorly defended as a result of the queen moving.
 
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