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cro777
Member since May-27-03 · Last seen May-04-16
cro stands for Croatia and 7 is a lucky number.

Why 777? Something is repeated three times for emphasis. There are some occasions when 7 is not so lucky.

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   cro777 has kibitzed 8032 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-04-16 Russian Team Championship (Women) (2016)
 
cro777: After four rounds (out of nine) ShSM "Legacy Square Capital" from Moscow (Kosteniuk, Lagno, Kovalevskaya, Kashlinskaya, Savina) is leading with perfect score. Alexandra Kosteniuk has joined the team in the fourth round. She participated in the FIDE Women's Grand Prix in Batumi, ...
 
   May-02-16 Team White vs Team Black, 2015
 
cro777: Modern chess preparation - Computer as sparing partner. "During practice, the grandmaster analyzes different strategies with his coaches, but they try them out only on a computer. According to Karjakin, a player at his level requires quite expensive hardware and software. The total ...
 
   May-02-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
 
cro777: The time control shall be: 120 minutes for the first 40 moves, 60 minutes for the next 20 moves and then 15 minutes for the rest of the game with an increment of 30 seconds per move starting after move 61 has been made.
 
   May-02-16 Valentina Gunina
 
cro777: Gunina convincingly won the FIDE Women's Grand Prix Batumi 2016 scoring 7.5/11. By winning the key game against Zhao Xue in the 10th round Gunina had ensured the victory with one round to go. https://twitter.com/Chess__News/sta...
 
   May-02-16 Ding Liren
 
cro777: 2016 China-USA Chess Grandmaster Summit - Simultaneous exhibitions by Wesley So and Ding Liren (May 2) http://down3.qipai.org.cn/group1/M0... http://down3.qipai.org.cn/group1/M0... Upon their arrival, Lotis Key and Wesley So were greeted by Ding Liren's father. ...
 
   Apr-28-16 Qi Guo
 
cro777: Guo Qi won the 2016 Chinese Championship (Women) scoring 8/11, a half point ahead of the defending champion Tan Zhongyi. http://www.sinaimg.cn/dy/slidenews/...
 
   Apr-28-16 Wei Yi (replies)
 
cro777: Wei Yi won the Chinese Championship again scoring 7.5/11 (performance rating 2710). Last year he became the youngest Chinese Champion in history with the same score but in much stronger competition (with Ding Liren, Yu Yangyi and Wang Hao). http://k.sinaimg.cn/n/sports/transf... Wei ...
 
   Apr-26-16 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
 
cro777: The critical moment of the game. In the position after 39.b6 Fischer missed the last chance to hold the draw: [DIAGRAM] 39f5? was the decisive mistake. The drawing method was explained above by <RandomVisitor>: with the kingside pawns off the board, the following position ...
 
   Apr-21-16 Ye Yuan
 
cro777: Ye Yuan is now participating in the 2016 Chinese Championships (Woman). She's become one of favorite phtographers' models. http://www.sinaimg.cn/dy/slidenews/...
 
   Apr-19-16 A Chandra vs W So, 2016 (replies)
 
cro777: <Sally Simpson: I've heard Jacob say many times: "before we calculate first we must see!"> Wesley So: "Chess is 95% calculation!" The links between perception and expertise have been demonstrated many times. The perceptual advantage of expert chess players has also been ...
 
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