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WorldChampeen
Member since Jan-11-05
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   WorldChampeen has kibitzed 370 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-05-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: We'll have to work out a chant; <rape branders, stalkers> how's your bigotry today? <rape branders, stalkers> how many babies did you kill today???
 
   Jun-02-05 Ludek Pachman (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: I admire Pachman, that despite imprisonment; hardships inflicted on him and his family by the abusive authorities, he stuck to his beliefs, that in freedom.
 
   Jun-02-05 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: <ranchogrande> and <tamar> that is all very good, but it is also good, when people are just, fair and lawabiding.
 
   Jun-02-05 Timothy Taylor (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: This fellow has the second part of an article he authors in the latest Chess Life, "My Hungarian Adventure"; i"in part I ... IM Taylor explained his unexpected invitation to a series of Hungarian tournaments that offered the potential of grandmaster norms." The articles seem ...
 
   Jun-02-05 Nigel Short (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: I admire further, Nigel Short's sensitivity to others, I admire the way seemingly he respects marriage and the rights of other people.
 
   Jun-01-05 S Megaranto vs R J Dive, 2004 (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: At first I admire Black for choosing a bold opening; then I admire him for sticking with it, a piece down, then in the end game, Bishop and Knight and Pawn and King versus Bishop and King. White, Susanto had to play precise to finally seal the win on the 109th move! Dive did ...
 
   Jun-01-05 Zsuzsa Polgar vs R J Dive, 1988 (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: It's one thing to get the attack going, here is a fine example of being able to close the game as well. Had to check out the game collection name, "The Torre Tackles e5"; outstanding to go through and come move 18; "how'd that Rook get up there so quick!"
 
   Jun-01-05 Saemisch vs Carlos Torre, 1925 (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: A few notes by Gabriel Velasco in his "The Life and Times of Carlos Torre": On moves 1 & 2: "Its not clear whether Torre got the idea for this defense from Alexander Kevitz of the Manhattan CC, or vice versa. Kevitz played it frequently in the 1920s, according to Wlater ...
 
   Jun-01-05 Seirawan vs E E Miolo, 1983 (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: Move 51. ...d4 or ...c5; Miolo should think about putting his duo of pawns on the march, 51. ...Kh5 is very timid. As is the case so often, the most advanced pawn is traded off for another pawn. The pressure may have gotten to him. This game in Indonesia, who knows what they ...
 
   Jun-01-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
WorldChampeen: <AgentRgent> I've just been reading this book, Soltis says, "3 basic elements of the opening. 1. Memory 2. Logic/Common Sense 3. Analogy" that 3rd one quite a rung down it seems to me from the first two. Though, it is good to make analogies if one is confronted with a ...
 
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