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Member since Jan-16-16 · Last seen Oct-16-19
Capablanca :)



I dropped some nonsense about chess here:

Botvinnik vs Capablanca, 1938


   WorstPlayerEver has kibitzed 5428 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-19 Grand Swiss IoM (2019) (replies)
   Oct-15-19 Carlsen vs Shirov, 2019 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: Resigned.
   Oct-12-19 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
   Oct-10-19 Carlsen vs Kuzubov, 2019 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: So 33... Qxe5 34. Ne4 Bxd2 35. Nxd2 Qe1+ 36. Bb1 d4 37. Qb4 f5 38. a4 Rd5 39. Ka2 d3 40. Ka3 Qe5 41. Ba2 Rd7 42. Bb3 f4 43. Qc4 Rd8 44. Qb4 Rd4 45. Qf8+ Ka7 46. Ka2 f3 47. gxf3 g3 [DIAGRAM] SF finds it on the spot. White's forces were split. Really nice how Black dominates ...
   Oct-10-19 A Firouzja vs M Karthikeyan, 2019 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: PS 14. a4 Ne5 15. a5 Ba6 16. Bf1 Bxc4 17. Bxc4 Nxc4 18. axb6 Nxb6 seems equal: [DIAGRAM]
   Oct-10-19 World Cup (2019)
WorstPlayerEver: Correction: 4 players end up in a large hall.
   Oct-03-19 Radjabov vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: Hmm.. it's ridiculous. First a knock out tournament, then a third amout of games of a regular WC match. This all to reach the Candidates. It's a little wonder if the chosen contestant eventually stays alive long enough to face Magnus. Which probably comes down to another 12 ...
   Sep-26-19 Yu Yangyi vs Vitiugov, 2019 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: It's nonsense to state that a Black Queen is not a good defender of f6.. Again for the record: 20... Qh4+ 21. Ke2 Qf6 22. Qc5 Bd7 23. Raf1 b6 [DIAGRAM] Which simply demonstrates that a Queen is stronger than a Rook, armageddon or no armageddon. A Queen is equal to a Queen:
   Sep-22-19 Jeffery Xiong (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: The pic is somewhat unflattering.
   Sep-20-19 Suttles vs Benko, 1974 (replies)
WorstPlayerEver: PS a few hints: the puzzle is called "Pinoy Knight" because it demonstrates that whatever Black will play, the Knight captures the Black pawn (now at e5) on e4 after 13 moves of painful accurate play. Btw the endgame was reached 30 moves earlier with more pawns on the board,
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