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fictionist
Member since Sep-21-06 · Last seen Jan-22-10
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   fictionist has kibitzed 781 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-22-10 Wesley So (replies)
 
fictionist: Isn't it the right time to rename him Wesley Draw? It rhymes, after all.
 
   Jan-09-09 fictionist chessforum (replies)
 
fictionist: Friends thank you all for your concern. I will tell you what happened in the next days or weeks or months. Again, thank you.
 
   Nov-10-08 Miodrag Todorcevic (replies)
 
fictionist: So this is why this guy's name is familiar! I have a game of his against Kholmov playing the Exchange Variation of the Spanish, a line I too often play when I first started playing serious chess at 12. I wonder where he is now and what does he do?
 
   Oct-28-08 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
 
fictionist: Glad (again) that this became a GOTD---the first game that I played over and influenced me to take up Mr. Petrosian's games.
 
   Oct-27-08 positionalgenius chessforum (replies)
 
fictionist: Friends, I have posted something in my forum.
 
   Oct-19-08 brankat chessforum (replies)
 
fictionist: <Branko> Hello. I have a small post for you in my forum.
 
   Oct-19-08 ahmadov chessforum (replies)
 
fictionist: Maybe <ahmadov> is a millionaire now and is too busy even to play chess. :)
 
   Oct-18-08 Oll vs Salov, 1982
 
fictionist: Interesting this game hasn't received any posts.
 
   Oct-14-08 Eugenio Torre (replies)
 
fictionist: <Did you know that GM Torre was the last opponent of IM Bong Villamayor on his way to getting his third and last GM norm. It happened in the Equitable Card Invitational 2 (2000). GM Torre was white and the opening was a French Defense. It was drawn in 13 moves.> Or they ...
 
   Oct-14-08 Kramnik vs Anand, 2008 (replies)
 
fictionist: Good day! I think this will be the "last serious world championship" assuming Kramnik wins and I don't also agree that Anand will bring peace if he retains his title. I can't imagine what will happen to the chess world (again) after this match. FIDE will always be FIDE.
 
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