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Game Collection: Wijk aan Zee Hoogovens 1980

   achieve has kibitzed 17944 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-27-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
achieve: <What gives?> I deleted the first response as I realized I misinterpreted parts of Abdel's query. Sorry, this was unfortunate. I overreacted. The relevant stuff is still there.
   Feb-27-15 Boomie chessforum (replies)
   Feb-25-15 FIDE Grand Prix Tbilisi (2015) (replies)
achieve: jphamlore: <Should Giri then stop playing and go to university until after December 1, 2015?> WHHHHYYYYYYY!!??? heh - Giri has no plans for fulltime study in the immediate future, and qualifying for the candidates 2016 would be a huge thing for him, obviously. Dutch ...
   Feb-24-15 Hans-Joachim Federer (replies)
achieve: ATP Ranking as per this week; and note the huge gap Djoko has opened up to Nadal as well as Murray. Federer at respectable distance as well, almost 4000 points. 1 Djokovic, Novak (SRB) 13,045 0 18 2 Federer, Roger (SUI) 9,205 0 19 3 Murray, Andy (GBR) 5,460 1 21 4 Nadal,
   Feb-23-15 Bunratty Chess Festival (2015) (replies)
achieve: <sokrates> My moods change so I try and post my positive and quasi funny stuff early in the morning. Good to see you around, btw, you're in many ways a breath of fresh air, and i am just glad we met and can talk. <moronovich>, a good friend of mine, is also from Denmark,
   Feb-23-15 Wesley So (replies)
achieve: Impressive post, <pulo>. Either choice appears to be difficult, and (somehow) dictated by the establishment. More than courage is needed to start closing the gap of inequality and supremacy. Those sitting on top will resist, and will succeed in doing so, 'cept a changing force
   Feb-23-15 jessicafischerqueen chessforum (replies)
achieve: <Jess> Just now lowered my glass after raising it for Shailene! In fact aside from her performances, I was delighted with her and her attitude and presence in interviews. So candid and honest. Just hoping she keeps that up as her star is rising and more money and pull by film ...
   Feb-21-15 Bunratty Classic (2015) (replies)
achieve: Must be a brother thing.
   Feb-21-15 Anish Giri
achieve: <whitehat> Thank you, and my bad, to assume that the Grand Prix had for no apparent reason finished. Back on board ;)
   Feb-20-15 virginmind chessforum (replies)
achieve: Anand didn't seem that charmed, tobehonestideally, but to each their own. Just be crystal clear upfront about the format and regulations, and we have a winning formula. That I do believe. Some of the most exciting games I have seen recently are from the rapids here in Zurich.
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