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nikolajewitsch
Member since Jun-18-05 · Last seen Jan-11-13
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   nikolajewitsch has kibitzed 628 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-10-12 Levon Aronian (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: <Conrad93> Actually I think you're quite obviously trolling, so I will not get into an extended discussion with you. Just a few quick points: A) It is normal for modern engines to find mistakes (or even 'blunders' though I don't know how you define a a blunder as ...
 
   Sep-07-12 Chess Olympiad (2012) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: Wow, this looks like an exciting final round. On paper, China has the hardest nut to crack and Russia the relatively easiest task with Armenia in the middle, but each of them still has a fair shot.
 
   Jun-08-12 Tal Memorial (2012) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: Is Aronian starting to play 1.e4 regularly? Maybe he has prep left from the Kramnik match...
 
   May-18-12 Anand - Gelfand World Chess Championship (2012) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: Levon Aronian on Twitter: < World Championship matches should be take as a single game of chess.First you develop, then you try to find a weak spot, then you attack.> Words of wisdom.
 
   Aug-11-11 FIDE Women's Grand Prix (2011) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: The argument that it is mostly a question of numbers of active players can not be dismissed as easily as some seem to believe: http://www.physorg.com/news15095414...
 
   Jul-25-11 Akopian vs R Mamedov, 2011
 
nikolajewitsch: I wonder if the the endgame after 54.Rxe5 fxe5 is won for white with the passer on b5 or if Mamedov made a mistake afterwards...cause Houdini didn't like 54.Rxe5 at all in the live analysis, but then, engines may still not fully understand the longterm prospects of such ...
 
   Apr-15-11 Sasikiran vs D Petrosian, 2011 (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: Yes, but of course it was Tigran L Petrosian .
 
   Jan-20-11 Tata Steel (2011) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: <visited Alkmaar on the rest day with gabriel, arianne, wang hao and wesley so! posted up some pics. went cheese tasting and commenced an as of yet unresolved competition with wang hao on who can eat the hottest chillies...> Levon Aronian, posted on his facebook fan ...
 
   Dec-29-10 Yifan Hou (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: <HeHateMe> If you go back a couple of pages on this site, you may find a post by <alexmagnus> where he cites some statistics about typical rating progress of female chess players. According to him, they tend to stagnate roughly between 14 and 18, before and after ...
 
   Dec-23-10 Women's World Chess Championship (2010) (replies)
 
nikolajewitsch: I had been rooting for Hou - I still am - but at least today's game will silence all these idiotic suspicions about Ruan being ordered to lose by the Chinese government...
 
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