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   genex has kibitzed 348 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-21-14 Wesley So (replies)
genex: <bubuli55: < genex > Why do you ask a hard question on a Sunday? :)> Hi Bubuli55. You see, I attended Mass this morning and towards the end of the Gospel are these words of the landowner in the parable, "Are you envious because I am generous?" One way to overcome envy is ...
   Feb-28-13 Reykjavik Open (2013) (replies)
genex: <MountainMatt: Wei Yi is a 13 year old beast!> Yes, in this tournament he tore to pieces elite and super GMs: He decapitated Vachier-Lagrave Maxime (2715) and Baklan Vladimir (2609), and tamed Ding Liren (2709), Gajewski Grzegorz (2644) and Cheparinov Ivan (2709). But Wesley So
   Feb-14-10 Darwin Laylo (replies)
genex: With 3 rounds still left, I hope Darwin can rise from the ashes. He has been to a very slow start, but we know he has the talent. After all, he topped the 3.3 zonal held in Vietnam last July. He has qualified to play in the World Chess Championship in 2007 and 2009. I believe, Dawin ...
   Dec-03-09 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
genex: <MrMelad: I noticed people always think they are so smart. There are no smart people, only less dumb ones.> This reminds me when I was a student in psychology. A classmate said that he read somewhere that all of us have neurosis! Only that it is more concentrated in some than in
   Nov-27-09 W So vs Kamsky, 2009 (replies)
genex: It's 5 and a half hours to go before the second game of round 3 begins. This is anxious waiting! Will GM Wesley make it to round 4 outright? Or will the 3rd round go into a tiebreak? Now I understand how mothers feel when they are about to deliver their child!
   Nov-27-09 Kamsky vs W So, 2009 (replies)
genex: describes this game thus: “Like against Ivanchuk, So defeated Kamsky using the French Defence. However, this time So wasn’t lucky; he simply played a very good game. He already surprised Kamsky in the opening (15…Qb5 was new) and when the American didn’t go for ...
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