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Member since Nov-04-07
I have become a chess book connoisseur. If you know of a good chess book please feel free to talk to me about it!

My USCF is 2000. My FIDE is 2000. My FICGS rating is 2100. My ICCF Rating is 2400. My ICC rating is 2300. My Netchess rating is 3000. My FICS rating is 2250. If ratings mean that much to you, you can now place me within the realm of your statistics!

"You know, when you achieve something in Norway, well, you're not supposed to get above yourself. This is especially big in my country, that you- how do I explain this? - that you're not supposed to think you're better than anyone else only because you had success in some field, and you will always find someone ready to point this out to you in Norway." - Magnus Carlsen

"Critics are men who watch a battle from a high place, then come down and shoot the survivors." - Ernest Hemingway

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   parmetd has kibitzed 3403 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-24-14 Gashimov Memorial (2014) (replies)
 
parmetd: When is the last time Magnus lost twice in the same event?
 
   Apr-10-14 World Chess Championship Candidates (2014) (replies)
 
parmetd: Thank you sally Simpson for posting.
 
   Apr-01-14 Vassily Ivanchuk (replies)
 
parmetd: I think if Ivanchuk still plays at 80 he'd still be over 2600. my only concern with Ivanchuk is now his home country is in disarray. I know he grew up in Soviet union but that is different than living in the midst of a potential world war 3.
 
   Mar-03-14 European Individual Championships (2014) (replies)
 
parmetd: chemmac. No relation.
 
   Feb-24-14 parmetd chessforum (replies)
 
parmetd: Sure, if I figure it out I will let you know.
 
   Feb-10-14 Tradewise Gibraltar (2014) (replies)
 
parmetd: all 3 won. period. end of story. Next.
 
   Feb-09-14 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
parmetd: Very little top level chess going on until March it seems.
 
   Feb-07-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
parmetd: rookfile 4. nc3 is one of the most toothless openings in all of chess.
 
   Jan-31-14 Zurich Chess Challenge (2014) (replies)
 
parmetd: Salov retired at 36 though at 31 He achieved his peak ranking (3rd in the world in Jan 95). He is 50 now and would like still be a force if he wanted to be but instead choose to do something else. I believe Nigel would still be over 2700 or 2750 if he wanted to continue to put in an
 
   Jan-29-14 T Turgut vs F Kunzelmann, 2009
 
parmetd: Houdini didn't exist when this game was played.
 
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Sep-11-13
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  cro777: That's true but due to his playing style the game might be interesting. He is mainly a 1.d4 player. What would you suggest against 1.d4. My choice would be Slav/Semi Slav.
Sep-11-13
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  parmetd: well his playing style is designed for otb. I suspect he will change it to be much more solid for this game. as for opening choice, I think when it comes to corr as black against 1.d4 the only choice if you want to win is the KID. I do play the slav and semislav otb though.
Sep-11-13
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  cro777: Simon has used many different lines against the KID (which somewhat complicates the preparation). Recently (at the British Championship 2013) he played the KID with the black pieces as well.

Against the Semi Slav he prefers the Anti Moscow Gambit leading to this position

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Nf3 e6 5. Bg5 h6 6. Bh4 dxc4 7. e4 g5 8. Bg3 b5 9.Be2 Bb7 10.e5 <This push has recently gained popularity. Earlier he tried 10.Ne5> Nd5 <10...Nh5 is the alternative> 11.Nd2 Nd7


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Here, he tried 12.a4 and 12.Nde4.

Sep-11-13
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  parmetd: those types of semislav positions in corr though have only two possible results: draw or white wins. black can never hope to seriously win fromthat line.
Sep-11-13
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  cro777: According to your experience is there any other Slav/Semi Slav line applicable to our game, or the KID is the only viable solution. Personally, the KID would also be my first choice, but it would be difficult to convince the team.
Sep-11-13
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  parmetd: black wins are hard against competent opponents. can always try to find a reasonable QID Ba6 line ala Turgut repertoire. Nimzo is another possibility. but if we really want to win than the KID is #1. I used to play just slav/ semislav and went added the KID to my repertoire for this reason.
Sep-11-13
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  cro777: Have you seen this <zsoydd>'s suggestion:

<1.d4 Nf6 - aiming for a Slav - nothing else is that compute-hungry, engines have problems to anticipate the long term consequences of the many material-imbalanced lines that can occur, existing corr games don't help as much as in other openings since a 2-ply deeper search (I reckon we have stronger engines and hardware than any single corr player) can often lead to a significant revaluation.>

Sep-11-13
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  cro777: In the KID I would expect the Classical Variation. At the Hastings Congress 2011-2012 he opted for the old main line

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8. d5 Ne7 9. Ne1


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Sep-12-13
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  parmetd: no I haven't seen zsoydd's comment as I said my participation will be quite minimal. but I would point out his participation has *always* been minimal.

regarding, 9. Ne1 this line is ideal and if it appears I would reconsider how I donate my time. I play this line with both colors now. what shocks me most exactly how much and how many extremely fantastic looking lines and ideas are still unexplored. you can look at recent corr wchs though where this line has seen a lot of action and a ton of black wins.

Sep-12-13
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  cro777: I'm glad you like the old main line. I will recommend the KID. I'm hoping you will support me.
Sep-12-13
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  parmetd: I will support you.
Sep-12-13
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  cro777: The vivid discussion on the KID has started on the game page.
Sep-12-13
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  cro777: Simon Kim Williams - Mark Hebden

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Nf3 O-O 6. Be2 e5 7. O-O Nc6 8. d5 Ne7 9. Ne1 Ne8 10. Be3 f5 11. f3 f4 12. Bf2


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Hebden continued with 12...g5

S Williams vs Hebden, 2012

Sep-12-13
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  cro777: Hebden opted for 9...Ne8 instaed of 9...Nd7
Sep-16-13
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  parmetd: figured he would abandon his main repertoire for this game.
Sep-17-13
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  chesstoplay: Hi Daniel,

Saw your note on the GMSW main thread.

I agree with your post.

Thought I'd stop by and say Hi.

Are you still in Milwaukee?

Hope all is going well!

Peter

Sep-17-13
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  cro777: Occasionaly he used to play 1.b3.

I'm considering Black's most ambitious plan:

1. b3 e5 2. Bb2 Nc6 3. e3 d5 4. Bb5 Bd6


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The following game is considered to be the model game for this line:

[Event "9th UIL&UL GM"]
[Site "Dahka BAN"]
[Date "2009.08.23"]
[White "Ismagambetov, Anuar"]
[Black "Lahiri, Atanu"]

1. b3 e5 2. Bb2 Nc6 3. e3 d5 4. Bb5 Bd6 5. f4 Qh4+ 6. g3 Qe7 7. Nf3 f6 8. Nc3 Be6 9. Qe2 a6 10. Bxc6+ bxc6 11. O-O-O Nh6 12. Na4 e4 13. Nd4 Bg4 14. Qf1 Bxd1 15. Qxd1 c5 16. Ne2 O-O 17. h3 c4 18. Kb1 Ba3 19. Bc3 Rab8 20. g4 c5 21. Rg1 Nf7 22. g5 fxg5 23. h4 Qd7 24. hxg5 Nd6 25. Ka1 Nf5 26. Be5 Rb7 27. Nec3 cxb3 28. cxb3 Rc8 29. Nb1 Bb4 30. a3 Ba5 31. Qc2 c4 32. b4 Bc7 33. Bb2 Bd6 34. Nbc3 Bf8 35. Rb1 Qe6 36. Ne2 a5 37. bxa5 Rb3 38. Nc1 Rb5 39. Bc3 Rxb1+ 40. Kxb1 Bxa3 41. Ka2 Bxc1 42. Qxc1 Rb8 43. Qa3 d4 44. exd4 Nxd4 45. Qc5 Qc6 46. Qxc6 Nxc6 47. Nb6 h5 48. gxh6 gxh6 49. Nxc4 h5 50. Ka3 h4 51. Ne5 Na7 52. Ka4 h3 53. Ng4 Kf7 54. f5 Nc6 55. Ne5+ Nxe5 56. Bxe5 Rd8 57. Bf4 Rxd2 0-1

Sep-17-13
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  parmetd: Hi Peter,
I am still in Milwaukee. Things are well. Give me a call somdtime and let's catch up! I would love to do dinner sometime if we can work it out.
Oct-03-13
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  stunningmove: I just checked my forum and saw your congrats on my daughter's wedding. THANKS. Miss your insight on the GMSW game.
Feb-12-14
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  FSR: Hi, Daniel. You should join the Chess Book Collectors group on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/454...
Feb-19-14
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  LucB: Hi. I have a question about an old book that I used to own and that I gave away (foolishly).

I don't know if it was Reinfeld or Chernev, but the book was essentially a primer on the QGD. I really liked it but I can't remember the title or the author. I think it also might have focused on the Stonewall Attack (though of that I'm less sure..).

Would you have any idea what this book might be? Anybody? I'd like to re-purchase it on line if possible. It might be so old that Google books might have it..

TIA!

Feb-22-14
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  parmetd: not sure LucB. sorry.
Feb-22-14
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  LucB: Ok, no problems; if you want I can let you know if I ever find it.
Feb-24-14
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  parmetd: Sure, if I figure it out I will let you know.
Apr-12-14
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  cro777: Hi <parmetd>. It seems that Tansel Turgut is playing in the ongoig Saint Louis Open.

http://www.saintlouischessclub.org/...

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