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nok
Member since Sep-21-10 · Last seen Oct-17-18
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   nok has kibitzed 3510 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-17-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
nok: <I like the studio version from the 70s album a little better> Every schoolboy knows Truth is from 68.
 
   Oct-15-18 Karpov vs Vaganian, 1969
 
nok: His wins against Karpov came when they were teenagers. Not that it's bad in your resume.
 
   Oct-15-18 Greenblatt (Computer) (replies)
 
nok: <After all, we don't refer to Stockfish as the "Romstad Program" (...), Rybka the "Rajlich Program"> Indeed, it's the "Letouzey Program".
 
   Oct-12-18 Louis Stumpers (replies)
 
nok: PC talk for <capitalism> https://www.jacobinmag.com/2015/03/...
 
   Oct-12-18 Frederick Rhine (replies)
 
nok: All classical world champions are joke champions, because the process instated by Steinitz is flawed. Soviet champion, now that was a real title. Also, Pono, Kasim and Khalif have prioritized activities like coaching/seconding over playing, and with great success. Their understanding of
 
   Oct-11-18 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
nok: <Each player will have 2 hours on the clock per game, without any increments> Apart from the botched endgames, it's also bad for spectators. Games will slow to a crawl for 3 hours, then scrambles on all boards that you can't follow. The spectator experience is better when the move
 
   Oct-06-18 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
 
nok: <I was expecting that some Italian would post protesting about my use of a pejorative stereotype. I guess they are too busy pinching bums to read cg.com kibitzes.> The username that replied to your original comment says it all. 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (kibitz #773)
 
   Oct-06-18 Nodirbek Yakubboev
 
nok: The trendy name among millenial hipsters.
 
   Oct-03-18 AlphaZero (Computer)
 
nok: <Leela playing on 4v100 defeated Komodo playing on 46 cores in match for 3rd place playoff. Leela won 16-14.> Unless they're graphical hybrids themselves, 46 cores should yield about 1 TFlops single-precision. A V100 is already 14 TF.
 
   Sep-26-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
nok: <Brett Kavanaugh accused of drugging women who were then gang-raped> Let me take you to a cos(b)y place.
 
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