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schroedingers cat
Member since Jan-21-09 · Last seen Jan-02-12
Hello World.

I'm an amateur chess player who tries to enjoy the game as much as possible.

My favorite chess players: I don't really have a group of favorite players but I really enjoy playing over the games of Mikhail Tal and Rudolph Spielmann. Apart from that every player that can sprinkle the dusts of creativity over the board is my favorite chess player :)


   schroedingers cat has kibitzed 137 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-04-11 World Cup (2011) (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: Sutovsky clearly got Tal's advice: I console myself with pleasure that chess fans, spectators and readers are happy only when grandmasters risk rather than just push wood.
 
   Jun-21-11 Russian Championship Higher League (2011) (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: It's nice to see Moro back in action!
 
   Mar-09-11 20th Amber Tournament (Blindfold) (2011) (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: It's a shame that Moro's not playing, but still an impressive line-up.
 
   Sep-24-10 Chess Olympiad (2010) (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: Is moro not playing?
 
   Sep-18-10 Larsen vs J Rosito, 2002 (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: OTB I definetly would play Nxf7 without further thinking.
 
   Sep-11-10 Bent Larsen (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: Although he is gone now, I surely can say that a player of his ingenuity, and creativity will never be forgotten and will never cease to amaze chess players all around the world.
 
   Jun-13-10 Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: the fianchetto varriation i suppose
 
   Apr-09-10 Russian Team Championship (2010) (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: Grischuk seems to be only a shadow of himself... Such a shame to see such a player showing bad form.
 
   Mar-21-10 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: <VladimirOo> Take a look at Planinc's, Spielmann's or Stein's games.
 
   Feb-14-10 Einstein vs Oppenheimer, 1933 (replies)
 
schroedingers cat: <Sneaky> Question #1 ==> Probably the microwaves form constructive and deconstructive interference patterns. By rotating the food you'll find some balance between too. Question #2 ==> The wavelength of microwaves varies between 1 meter and 1 milimeter, if the
 
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