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   norami has kibitzed 1279 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-23-19 GCT Croatia (2019) (replies)
norami: The players get two-and-a-half hours each for the first 40 moves, just like the good old days. Of course after that it’s only 30 seconds per move. I wonder how many moves they’ll make before they’re down to the increment.
   Jun-08-19 Wolfgang Uhlmann
norami: Uhlmann is the only player alive who has defeated both Botvinnik and Fischer in official tournament games.
   May-13-19 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
norami: Kasparov is the greatest chess player ever. Carlsen is on target to be the GOAT but he needs to keep winning.
   Apr-28-19 Yuri Averbakh (replies)
norami: Also interesting that he did not include Botvinnik, the most successful player of his generation.
   Apr-22-19 Raymond Allen Weinstein (replies)
norami: Quiz: In the 1963-64 USA championship, what goal did both Fischer and Weinstein achieve?
   Apr-03-19 Mamedyarov vs Navara, 2019 (replies)
norami: Interesting endgame lesson to see how both players blundered on move 70.
   Feb-16-19 Valentina Gunina (replies)
norami: The way she has her hair pulled back makes it look like she’s trying to look bald herself.
   Feb-05-19 Bisguier vs Fischer, 1961 (replies)
norami: I thought “Bob’s your Uncle” was a British phrase meaning you’ve gotten something you don’t deserve just through luck, like Robert Peel’s nephews. I was watching a golf tournament where someone hit a poor shot but got a lucky bounce leaving him with a short birdie putt and Nick Faldo
   Jan-31-19 D Gukesh (replies)
norami: Gukesh finished Gibraltar with a performance rating about 2660. Not bad for a 12 year old. I think he’s the player from India I’ll follow for awhile. Pragg ‘n’ Anand? Haa!
   Jan-30-19 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
norami: Just about all the players born in the 1970’s have faded away. Topalov and Svidler are just barely in the top 20, but that’s about it. Of course Anand is still in the top ten but he was born 1969.
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