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apawnandafool
Member since Jan-18-06 · Last seen Mar-28-08
i'm training now to play at speed in the opening and endgame. i have endgame software by convekta but there's no explanation on bad moves, so i wouldn't highly recommend it. if you want to study endgames grab a 'coach'.

   apawnandafool has kibitzed 336 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-21-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
apawnandafool: ... <How does anyone know there is a God?> 1.e4
 
   Sep-09-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
 
apawnandafool: we've been like boxers, just dancing round the ring. so i like 5...Bc5 6.Nb3. it's an exchange of blows, blocked by both, but sends the fighters into the corners (esp if 6...Ba7). a prelude of what is to come. ;)
 
   Sep-08-06 Daniel John King (replies)
 
apawnandafool: <holyknight - i hate gms that make a dvd and not play the opening otb> what do you think of this interview regards the new alapin cd? chessbase: What is your general evaluation of the Sicilian with 2.c3? What is your conclusion? Grandmaster Rogozenko: "I would say that ...
 
   Sep-04-06 Andrew David Martin (replies)
 
apawnandafool: the crux of the argument is whether non chessplayers count as opponents in simul record-breaking attempts. every single one of martin's opponents were chessclub members of a minimum playing ability, while polgar's attempt included scores of mall shoppers. as an added ...
 
   Sep-03-06 Odd Lie (replies)
 
apawnandafool: what a baby, agassi retires in sheer disgrace. "Embarrassingly, Agassi cried, 'I just didn't want to go off the court limping,' he said limping. 'It's not what I wanted to do.' Twenty minutes later Agassi was still crying as he limped to the locker room." and everyone I know
 
   Aug-10-06 L Riemersma vs G Welling, 1975 (replies)
 
apawnandafool: here's what this website has established about him: <chessgames.com - The Repertoire Explorer shows that Welling is one of the most flexible players of all. He has played 19 different opening moves, at least two games each. The only opening move he hasn't played (in our ...
 
   Aug-10-06 G Welling vs T Szakall, 1996 (replies)
 
apawnandafool: <aazqua>what kind of crap was played in this one? (his opponent is rated 260 points higher.) G Welling vs Tregubov, 2005
 
   Aug-10-06 G Welling vs E Ten Haaf, 1981 (replies)
 
apawnandafool: <aazqua> take a look at this one: G Welling vs Kappler, 1983
 
   Aug-09-06 Jessie Gilbert (replies)
 
apawnandafool: <tamar> the authorities know the relative horizontal distance of her final resting place to the window - physics. there are other details in the matter to allow them to conclude jumping over sleepwalking or pushing/falling...but it's too sensitive an issue to list some ...
 
   Aug-04-06 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
apawnandafool: there are way too many fairytales regarding 'prodigy' in chess...or music for that matter.
 
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