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   savagerules has kibitzed 886 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-04-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
savagerules: Happy July 4th. Thanks in part to crazy King George of Ingleland the best and most powerful country that has ever existed is over 240 years old now. Notice how most of the Brit mega rock stars flee Merry Old England to come live in the US and in some cases marry American women. ...
   Jul-04-17 Paul Morphy (replies)
savagerules: I wonder if some of the reason his law practice wasn't too busy after the Civil War ended was because maybe he was shunned by New Orleanians a bit because he didn't serve actively in the Confederate Army but went to France with his mother to sit out the war. Plus he had gone to ...
   Jun-16-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
savagerules: The two latest world championship contestants finish last and next to last. But hey, their ratings are so high Morphy, Capablanca and Fischer put together wouldn't have had a chance against either one LOLLLLLL
   Jun-16-17 Fischer vs R W Moore, 1961 (replies)
savagerules: (After this game was over.) "My name's Moore, Rob Moore. And please, shaken, not stirred." [Cue electric guitar playing Bond theme song]
   Jun-10-17 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
savagerules: G.O.A.T. ? He's even getting pummeled in Norway, though is this particular game it was more because of brilliant play by Aronian rather than bad play by Carlsen.
   May-19-17 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2017) (replies)
savagerules: This incredibly dull tournament is the equivalent of two futbol (soccer) teams aimlessly keecking da ball back and forth across the midfield and making no attempt to try to score. And just why aren't sponsors knocking down doors to support chess?
   May-14-17 Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859
savagerules: Never seen this Morphy game and another brilliant romp over his hapless opponent from the greatest of all time chess artist. He's an artist not a butcher. Paul, why did you have to go crazy at such a young age? Just think of all the games we missed seeing if he kept playing.
   May-06-17 Fischer vs W A Nyman, 1964 (replies)
savagerules: Thought I knew most of Fischer's games but I never come across this one. As Bobby would have said "Bee-yooti-ful!" Morphy-like brilliant put away of an amateur.
   May-05-17 Russian Team Championships (2017) (replies)
savagerules: In Round 4, Anatoly Karpov made an appearance, playing white against Peter Svidler. It was an exchange Grunfeld and ended in a draw after 50 moves or so. Not bad for the old champ.
   Apr-27-17 Robert James Fischer (replies)
savagerules: Regarding the study: BS! Doesn't take into account opening play in the past which would account for errors back then compared to today's memorized comp lines. Also Fischer, Kasparov, Alekhine sometimes made second rate moves to keep the game alive and try not to draw. That would
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