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   norami has kibitzed 1111 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-04-15 Jennifer R Yu (replies)
norami: Might as well be the first to kibitz for this young lady as well. After all, who knows?
   Apr-03-15 Annie Wang
norami: And now I find out Jennifer Yu, who just beat Annie, is also a little girl. I'll check to see how many little girls are in this "women's" championship.
   Apr-02-15 Nodirbek Abdusattorov (replies)
norami: If this boy's rating is for real I'll have to devote a considerable portion of the next stage of my life to trying to memorize his name.
   Mar-31-15 N Navalgund vs J Ikeda, 2011
norami: Probably a blitz ending. Imagine White's shock at the end when he realizes, oh no! Black has no moves!
   Mar-29-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
norami: If they switched to daylight saving time they would start an hour earlier.
   Mar-25-15 Viktorija Cmilyte (replies)
norami: Good thing Bobby Fischer never became a member of Congress.
   Mar-23-15 M Sebag vs N Pogonina, 2015 (replies)
norami: The tablebase confirms that after the pawns promoted in this game, whoever has the next move wins.
   Mar-22-15 Jeremy Lim (replies)
norami: If you count imaginary women, back in my youth I could do 1.2 or 1.3 a day.
   Mar-11-15 D Pulvett vs G Jones, 2015
norami: Interesting drawing combination. The only other game in the database where a bishop and two pawns draw against a bare king features an eleven year old Magnus Carlsen.
   Feb-23-15 FIDE Grand Prix Tbilisi (2015) (replies)
norami: Odd thing about this tournament is that in games between the top half, based on ratings, and the bottom half, the top half has two wins, ten losses, and fourteen draws.
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