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   nok has kibitzed 1615 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-15 Gashimov Memorial (2015) (replies)
nok: <Perhaps an analogous situation with "noise" masking the underlying trend can be found in global warming, which is a reality especially for those living in the north. Yet we see a wildly fluctuations in the yearly weather.> There's a difference between weather and climate. ...
   May-20-15 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
nok: <Second opposable thumb (instead of that useless pinky)> Objection. One is enough to hold the guitar.
   May-20-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
nok: <Led Zeppelin were the 'upstarts' moving into this post FABS vacum whilst Jagger ponced around with the jetset Bianca world and Keef with heroin> Still, Zep's 72 tour went largely unnoticed because of the Stones'. Next year was a success but people were turning to funk and reggae ...
   Apr-14-15 US Championships (2015) (replies)
nok: <Now let's see: Wes behavior was legally wrong, Var's behavior was morally wrong> I'm not even sure about the first part. University exams usually forbid using notes, but taking them during the exam is allowed.
   Apr-13-15 Varuzhan Akobian (replies)
nok: There was obviously a misunderstanding of writing on the scoresheet versus writing at all. Given that English is not So's first language, the arbiter could have given a time penalty. He used his gun instead.
   Apr-10-15 Louis F Stumpers (replies)
nok: <But when a mathematician says "in general", they mean absolutely NO exceptions allowed!> A number isn't prime, in general.
   Apr-03-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
nok: Anyway, what we have here is in effect a 2500-level championship, providing primarily excitement, so the format doesn't really matter.
   Mar-20-15 Petrosian - Spassky World Championship Match (1966) (replies)
nok: <Philidor dominated his contemporaries more than Morphy.> Really? What good did he do, besides loving his pawns?
   Feb-13-15 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
nok: I'd say both were quite tired. Kasparov: <Exhaustion did exist anyway... The most difficult to cope with was the psychological exhaustion, which increased even when a game was not so intense, because the match lasted a long time, and the responsibility was great.> However: ...
   Jan-28-15 Tradewise Gibraltar (2015) (replies)
nok: <Kinghunt, Topalov and Nakamura aim for high rating as early as possible this year> Especially Kinghunt.
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