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nvrennvren
Member since Aug-24-10 · Last seen Dec-16-10
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   nvrennvren has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-16-10 16th Asian Games (Men Teams) (2010)
 
nvrennvren: that was not the motive of my post. I was to point out the corruption and stupid mindset of chinese officials.. but I agree they are athletically inferior.. but football is not all athletical. so china still has chance if the attitude and system can be changed.
 
   Dec-13-10 Zhu Chen (replies)
 
nvrennvren: the photo is apparently an old pic.all your chess geniuses lost your basic brains?
 
   Oct-21-10 Judit Polgar (replies)
 
nvrennvren: quite simple,she can play both.
 
   Oct-14-10 Yelena Dembo chessforum (replies)
 
nvrennvren: really ? it was a good lesson from online games, at least warned her not to do it in regular games
 
   Oct-04-10 London vs Paris, 1834 (replies)
 
nvrennvren: the time when travel was expensive and inconvenient
 
   Oct-04-10 Wilhelm Steinitz (replies)
 
nvrennvren: looks like good old quiet man, but his comment about jews good at playing chess for their good nature is ridiculous.
 
   Oct-04-10 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
 
nvrennvren: "It states that pilsbury died of syphilis at the young age of 34. Its rumered that he was lustful of woman and must likely a womanizer!" if he had syphilis, that more possibly means he liked to fool around with prostitutes.. that doesn't count as womanizer.though more sad for ...
 
   Oct-01-10 Adams vs Judit Polgar, 2005
 
nvrennvren: do men have pressure playing with women?
 
   Oct-01-10 Morphy vs Le Carpentier, 1849 (replies)
 
nvrennvren: one rook..ohaha
 
   Oct-01-10 Carlos Torre vs Lasker, 1925 (replies)
 
nvrennvren: why didn't he take the a7 pawn?
 
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