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Member since Jan-27-09 · Last seen Apr-18-15
"if a manīs reach is not greater than his grasp;then what is heaven for?"

"there are only two kinds of strongest chessmoves being made in is from chess engine...and the other one is from the kid name...wesley so"

   geniokov has kibitzed 8234 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-18-15 Kramnik vs W So, 2015
geniokov: As usual,"Nf3 according to Kramnik!" in his one of the book title.
   Apr-18-15 Wesley So
geniokov: Michael Adams was an e4 player! An aggressive,attacking player specially if he is holding White piece.He was known as "French Terminator" for White.If you play d4 against him.He sometimes surprise his opponent of Benko Gambit.Donīt dare him to play Ruy Lopez because he is an expert
   Apr-09-15 Edmund Beronio (replies)
geniokov: <Now, why do you keep on giving me another identity? Is my name Pulo y Gata too difficult and you want to shorten it?> Hmmmm? isip-isip? <si pulsar eh si PYG,right?> Hahaha! Iīm expecting you to react immediately after i posted above.
   Apr-06-15 W So vs S Sevian, 2015 (replies)
geniokov: Alekhine was beaten by Gruenfeld,Kasparov was beaten by Lautier,even the great Bobby Fischer lost to Kholmov or Holmov.Karpov loses to Carlsen etc.So whatīs special about So beaten by Sevian?
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