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   izimbra has kibitzed 2046 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-27-16 Odd Lie
izimbra: Today was a physically unpleasant & often menial but productive day. I went about in my falling apart silly suit & got some needed things & cleaning up taken care of. Changing my orientation frequently helps to battle flux/spin effects. Adding more window covering in the living room
   Aug-08-15 V Milov vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
izimbra: <25..Bf3> is an amazing move to find in a Rapid game. I didn't get it. I saw that <25...h3> was a decent move for Black but not winning. In fact, White was fine after <25.Qc2> and then Black has nothing better than <25..h3>. The combination works because ...
   Oct-26-14 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
izimbra: < We just deleted a swath of posts from this page, about 315 in total. The amount of swearing, threats, and personal attacks in those pages were too numerous for us judge on a post-by-post basis. > Some posts that did not violate our rules were swept away in the
   Nov-10-12 Penguincw chessforum (replies)
   Aug-21-12 Garry Kasparov (replies)
izimbra: First-past-the-post voting with only local elections (lack of parliamentary proportionality) favors a small number of parties. Condorcet compatible voting procedures would probably lead to more political diversity. ...
   Aug-21-12 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
izimbra: Had to post this sooner or later...
   Aug-17-12 Borin Topic (replies)
izimbra: P1: "I want your attention. I want your attention. I need your attention. Now." P2: "How come?" P1: "Never mind."
   Aug-05-12 E MacDonald vs Burn, 1910 (replies)
izimbra: It's a cool puzzle, and Qg4+ is certainly the right move. But the endgame analyses posted here are sadly mistaken :( After <33...Qg4, 34.Rxg4 Nf3+ 35.Kg3 Nxd2, 36.Rxg5+ Kh8 37. Rg6 Rg7 38.Rxg7 Kxg7 39. Bd1 Ne4+ 40.Kf3 Nc3 41.Bc2> white has a passed pawn to the good and decent ...
   Jun-20-12 Louis Stumpers (replies)
izimbra: <one should therefore play the game at any price if offered the opportunity. > The expected value is infinite, the rational is a different matter. <Money:....The utility function is concave in the positive region, reflecting the ...
   Jun-16-12 Tal Memorial (2012) (replies)
izimbra: Kramnik starts lose it at 43...Kc7. It's a conceptual mistake, not a tactical one...McShane's two connected passers are the balance of the game at that point, and Kramnik's K runs away.
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