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dazone3
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   dazone3 has kibitzed 67 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-16-08 Olympiad (2008) (replies)
 
dazone3: Why in the world did Kamsky play Kxe7?? Seems to me a6 would've solved all his problems. But dropping a piece is fine, too...
 
   Nov-03-08 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
dazone3: Check out the pics 2/5 the way down this page http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail... They portray Kramnik's final handshake - he doubles up on the handshake with Anand. Classy, and dare I say... a bit touching?
 
   Nov-01-08 Cap d'Agde (2008) (replies)
 
dazone3: Is there a break before the 2nd game?
 
   Oct-24-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
 
dazone3: <WeGotTheCup> Black plays g6, then after White's eventual h4 there is no way for the White King to infiltrate. Black can move his King between g7 and h7, and just recapture on g6 if white moves h5 followed by hxg6. If white plays hxg5, still no way in.
 
   Jul-06-08 Sparkassen Chess Meeting (2008) (replies)
 
dazone3: <I also like to see the Petroff being bashed (on this level)> Yes, the white pieces have been more enterprising in this opening as of late. It seems that the strategy of using pieces (esp. rooks) to control the center and hamper black's development guarentees an edge. I think ...
 
   Jul-04-08 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
 
dazone3: http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail... My all-time favorite picture of Karjakin is about 2/5 the way down the page.
 
   Jul-01-08 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
dazone3: Also, any application of this scoring system to past tournaments is irrelevant. Players would have had a different mentality going in w/ 3-1-0, and would avoid all the types of draws (short, agreed, mutual-fear, strength-difference, holding-on-to-1st-place) that plague chess as a ...
 
   Jun-12-08 Karen Asrian (replies)
 
dazone3: Thank you, <DUS>. For some reason that wasn't coming up when I went to chessbase.com. This man was an immensely strong chessplayer (stronger than anyone who kibitzes on this site, save maybe Nigel Short). He spent a lifetime devoted to the game, and it was tragically cut ...
 
   Jun-03-08 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
dazone3: <He certainly did dominate over the board for quite a long time.> Indeed! Somehow, even though I've been long acquainted with chess history and the facts have always been in my possession, this thought has never struck me before: Karpov had --two-- great rivalries over the ...
 
   May-22-08 Kramnik vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
 
dazone3: To anyone complaining about Aronian losing on time, or Kramnik's "unsporting" behavior: Look at the postion after the 60th move, where 30 minutes were added to the clock. Aronian had 30 minutes to draw a theoretical endgame. That is -plenty- of time, and I guarentee Botvinnik, ...
 
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