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alicefujimori
Member since Nov-24-05
For those who want some knowledge about the "circus" up to and before the Kasparov-Kramnik match in 2000. http://www.worldchessnetwork.com/En...
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   alicefujimori has kibitzed 2075 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-12-09 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <parisattack: I think Kramnik will go down as an Euwe - not to disrespect either of them, both great players...Euwe gave Alekhine a shot at regaining his title which will always mark him as a class act.>hmm...There's a common misunderstanding that Euwe gave Alekhine a ...
 
   Mar-15-09 Eric Schiller (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <JoseMacuteJr: It is hard to publish a book. The attacker of Mr. Schiller is a pesky kibitzer or a patzer who squirm in his seat. Maybe he has not even gotten hold of Mr. Schiller's book and just enjoy in posting negative comments for the fun of it. Neurotic.>It is ...
 
   Mar-15-09 Morozevich vs Kramnik, 2009 (replies)
 
alicefujimori: Theoretically speaking, the position after 6.Nc3 is probably around =, but practically speaking, life isn't easy at all for black as he seriously lacks counterplay and this is probably the reason why Avrukh suggested this line in his book. It is interesting to note that the ...
 
   Feb-28-09 Mamedyarov vs I Kurnosov, 2009 (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <firefly3>You're not making sense at all. Are you suggesting that Fischer, in 1972, was viciously attacking Spassky's psychology and also being a loser? Are you suggesting that Kramnik was viciously attacking Topalov's psychology and also being a loser for those, more ...
 
   Feb-27-09 Topalov - Kamsky Match (2009) (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <AnalyzeThis: Face it. The quality of play in that game was low, and bordered on coffeehouse chess.>Face it. You obviously doesn't understand what the game of chess is all about. Chess are played by humans, not computers. This means every factor is part of the game. ...
 
   Feb-27-09 Topalov vs Kamsky, 2009 (replies)
 
alicefujimori: It's funny how some people will never be satisfied. There's always something to complain about. When the match is 4 games long, they want it like in the past candidate matches (6 games). When you give them 8 game matches, they say the match is still too short and want 12 game ...
 
   Nov-15-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <It's probably more like "feels strongly that White is at least a bit better". And obviously he may be right.>I don't know how he "obviously" may be right concerning his opinion on the positions arising after the Bb7 novelty when we saw what happened in those 2 games. In
 
   Oct-25-08 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 (replies)
 
alicefujimori: <baptiste187><Any opinions on Kramnik avoiding the catalan this game.>Personally, I think Kramnik avoided the Catalan possibly for two reasons: 1) He knows that Anand will be well prepared against it. 2) He is only prepared to play against the Slav and Semi-Slav.
 
   Jul-01-08 Kramnik vs Van Wely, 2008 (replies)
 
alicefujimori: This game is a very good demonstration of how dangerous this line can be against the Semi-Slav, especially against impatience by black. Not taking any credit from Kramnik though, the maneuvers Nxd7, Nf3-e5 and Bxe4 are all typical ideas in this particular line as it was ...
 
   Jun-28-08 Sparkassen Chess Meeting (2008) (replies)
 
alicefujimori: Ivanchuk-Van Wely looks good for white. White can play Qd4 and dominate the centre, then play on the queenside with b4 and c5.
 
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