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boordgamer
Member since Feb-14-04 · Last seen Aug-26-04
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   boordgamer has kibitzed 106 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-04 Shredder (Computer) (replies)
 
boordgamer: I told you all when Hydra first emerged, it would be king. If Kasparov had such problems with the 500+ processored deep blue, how do you all think a anyone now can handle the much stronger 16 processor hydra. I personally dont think any human will stand a chance in a match with ...
 
   Jun-23-04 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
boordgamer: <hailmorphy>they said he had an iq of 180 and an awesome memory unlike mine. My memory failed me this time,,apoligies, my bad.
 
   Jun-23-04 Bacrot vs Radjabov, 2004 (replies)
 
boordgamer: <Pizza> To take right back, then when black rook takes back, white can develop while threating it. Crafty and I thought early on that black should have brought about a5 early on but dident and ended with what could have easily been a slaughter by white.
 
   Jun-23-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
boordgamer: <chessgames.com>His pgns may be found at http://www.geocities.com/chessjamai...
 
   Jun-23-04 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
boordgamer: <admiralnemo>Everyone knows that "Kramnik is talented" is an accurate statement, but to say you are is still not so modest, so what was said is funny, really now dont take things so seriously.
 
   Jun-23-04 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
 
boordgamer: <Sylvester>I personally think that most mistakes in analysis by GMs such as Alekhine or Kasparov(My Great Predecessors) are not any big deal. I mean it really isent beneficial to know what else could have occurred because who would find such analysis over the board anyway. ...
 
   Jun-19-04 Topalov vs T Abulhul, 2004 (replies)
 
boordgamer: <Bobsterman>put it this way, Abulhuls attack was premature and unthought out and it got refuted with positional gain for Topalov and then the inevitable win of a pawn.1-0
 
   Jun-19-04 Leko vs Anand, 2004 (replies)
 
boordgamer: It may be a novelty but its Fischer like,hmm where did i see this before in a Fischer game..strange coincidence Leko and Fischer were accquaintences for a while.
 
   Jun-19-04 Emanuel Lasker (replies)
 
boordgamer: <square>yes smeppy , do you like to do research on all our insipid comments?
 
   Jun-19-04 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2004 (replies)
 
boordgamer: <pink panther> If your blitzing out known theory is not in the opening then what are you talking about. Opening is the only really known theory to blitz out, middle game you got positions to judge theory with or maybe you memorized all positions, help me to understand your ...
 
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