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capablancakarpov
Member since Apr-07-04 · Last seen Aug-13-14
Chess amateur. ELO 1854.
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   Current net-worth: 2,073 chessbucks
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   capablancakarpov has kibitzed 680 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-09-14 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Jobava, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: An instant classic. One of the more entertaining games of the year.
 
   Jul-21-14 Motylev vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: One of the weirdest sicilians i´ve ever seen...
 
   Jul-14-14 Yifan Hou vs A Giri, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: Lovely Knight´s position after 17.Ne4
 
   Jul-04-14 5th Danzhou Tournament (2014) (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: According to Chess Results, Ding Liren won on tiebreaks! http://www.chess-results.com/tnr138... Is live rating is a live best of 2737.
 
   Jun-28-14 E Iturrizaga vs Nakamura, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: Yeah, it would be nice if you could check your own King
 
   Jun-24-14 Wesley So (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: <john barleycorn: <torrefan: My dream is to be imprisoned for 27 years like Mandela but with a grandmaster as a cellmate.> Her? http://chessok.net/uploads/posts/20... I wouldn´t like to be imprisoned with her 20 years from now...
 
   May-17-14 L Bruzon vs Vallejo-Pons, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: <Rookiepawn> After the Bilbao Masters 2012, Vallejo isn´t anymore a professional chess player. He plays some tournaments randomly , but he doesn´t work no more with the intensity of years before. That´s the explanation.
 
   May-16-14 Gregorio Idigoras Guisasola (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: This guy was Basque, or from Basque parents, that´s for sure, maybe a Spanish Civil War refugee?
 
   May-16-14 Tkachiev vs K Stupak, 2013
 
capablancakarpov: At move 93 white had a 20 move according to endgame tablebases with 93.Kf6! Qd8+ 94.Qe7 Qb6 95.Qe6 Qd8+ 96.Qg6 Qd3+ 97. Qf5 Qd6+ 98.Qf6+ forcing the Queen´s trade. Anyway, still was a win, the drawing mistake was 95.Kf6, only 95.Kh5 and 95.Qg4 win.
 
   May-14-14 Sutovsky vs Morozevich, 2014 (replies)
 
capablancakarpov: Wasn´t 44.Qxf5 stronger?
 
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