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Member since Feb-19-04 · Last seen Nov-23-14
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   eigis has kibitzed 81 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-05 Kasparov vs Anand, 1991 (replies)
eigis: Karpov was present. List of participants: Kasparov, Karpov, Ivanchuk, Anand, Polugaevsky, Gelfand, Salov, Beliavsky, Khalifman, Gurevich.
   May-21-05 Topalov vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
eigis: After this game all black plan with 11...Nxc3 and 12...c5 is questionable. Maybe better 11...Nxd2 exchanging one of white bishop?
   Mar-08-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
eigis: In comparison with Wijk aan Zee-05, Linares-05 is only MINI("super")TOURNAMENT... :)
   Jan-16-05 Corus (2005) (replies)
eigis: <iron maiden: Official site is back on, and it looks as though Anand is indeed lost. What would have been wrong with 38. Nd1? > Black can R->d2->c2 or R->a5->a1 wining...
   Jan-14-05 Anderssen vs Steinitz, 1873 (replies)
eigis: <Swindler:...Steinitz was after all seen as "the Austrian Morphy" in his youth...> It is strange! Steinitz is born earlier than Morphy, that is Steinitz WAS OLDER than Morphy... When Morphy achieve his victories, and his name become known, in that time Steinitz was already ...
   Nov-24-04 Russian Championship (2004) (replies)
eigis: Kasparov need to win one more (to be +4) for maintain own raiting...
   Oct-18-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
eigis: <combofan: ...why did kasparov choose kramnik to chellenge him when it was almost impossible for shirov to beat him? > I also think, that Shirov hadn't no chances against Kasparov. But sport principles is principles! Kasparov choose another challenger due the MONEY principles, ...
   Oct-16-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
eigis: <ChessPraxis: Okay, given that this game will end in a draw, now Kramnik has to win on Monday in order to become the Lasker of the 21st century!> Lasker and Kasparov are the greatest chessplayeer of all times... Shlechter and Kramnik are only unhandy for him ...
   Oct-14-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
eigis: I don't like those positions to play,but like to see :-)
   Oct-10-04 Kramnik vs Leko, 2004 (replies)
eigis: < iron maiden > I don't think, that Kramnik hav good form. Before 24.d5 his position was impresing, but after... his advatage disapear... :-(
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