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Member since Aug-26-18 · Last seen Oct-23-18
Itís been a long time

   fabelhaft has kibitzed 41 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-23-18 Alexander Alekhine
fabelhaft: Some Twitter quotes by Tarjei Svensen from the Norwegian podcast Sjakksnakk: @TarjeiJS: We're at the end of the podcast. Carlsen asked who his favourite player is (he was told not to say himself), which is Alexander Alekhine. @TarjeiJS: Carlsen on Alekhine: "He played a type of ...
   Oct-17-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
fabelhaft: So even at his best Carlsen is behind 50-year-old Gelfand, who is 2701 on the latest rating list.
   Oct-13-18 Linares (2001)
fabelhaft: Well, Karpov still played quite a lot back then, and was ranked 4th of the six participants. Now the 20 years older Korchnoi did also face Grischuk and some other top players the same year in Biel with a not less respectable result: Biel (2001)
   Oct-09-18 Frederick Rhine (replies)
fabelhaft: I don't see Ivanchuk as a serious contender for greatest player never to be World Champion. Korchnoi's result were different level for a very long time. He didn't just win the whole candidates series a couple of times, but was an inch from winning a title match against Karpov. He ...
   Oct-09-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
fabelhaft: "Cultural Marxism" was described by Jason Wilson as a theory that <allows those smarting from a loss of privilege to be offered the shroud of victimhood, by pointing to a shadowy, omnipresent, quasi-foreign elite who are attempting to destroy all that is good in the world. It ...
   Oct-09-18 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
fabelhaft: <China didn't quite dominate the women's section. They won on tiebreak and it all came down to the very last game> I think it is a sort of Newspeak, where no one ever just won something, they always dominated. So when it is stated that China dominated the women's section it ...
   Oct-09-18 Kramnik vs M Roganovic, 2018 (replies)
fabelhaft: <Did Roganovic think he would play this opening better than Vlad??> His blundering away fhe draw at the end doesnít mean that he did something wrong in the opening.
   Sep-29-18 Garry Kasparov (replies)
fabelhaft: <Karpov won the first match> If they had played under some other regulations than they did he might have won it, but then that applies to many other matches. One can hardly claim that Leko won the match against Kramnik because he was leading after 12 games and that is how ...
   Sep-26-18 Ding Liren (replies)
fabelhaft: Ding Liren won his game.
   Sep-14-18 6th Sinquefield Cup (2018) (replies)
fabelhaft: <Carlsen:"In my opinion privileges should be in general be abolished". This is why he did not take part in WCC 2011. But there are the same privileges even today, why he changed his opinion about all system> To me there is a problem with this line of reasoning, that has been
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