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sicilianhugefun
Member since Aug-26-08 · Last seen Dec-13-17
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   sicilianhugefun has kibitzed 238 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-17 L Dominguez vs Kasparov, 2017 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Black seemed to have demonstrated a grand expertise on this kind of opening as well as the motifs all throughout the game. It looks as though this kind of scheme served him well for almost or even more than 3 decades.
 
   Jun-08-17 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2017 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Don't fart keyser soze... please...
 
   Jun-07-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: The final result of this super strong tournament can be equated as the top 10 Chess players in the world right now. In so doing, Giri has a sure spot as being ranked number 10.
 
   May-16-17 Kasparov vs G Wood, 1998 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Kasparov must be the Black player
 
   Apr-27-17 Movsesian vs E Torre, 2017 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Sort of a second childhood capricious play for the Filipino legend. The courage and enthusiasm is admirable though.
 
   Apr-29-16 W So vs Kasparov, 2016 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Of course this one deserves an applause... No cheap blunder, the victory was forced leading to resignation. The pawn sacrifices by White created huge attacking lines and diagonals. THIS IS THE KIND OF VICTORY THAT WILL REALLY BRING PRIDE WITHIN ONESELF! All the more that it ...
 
   Apr-29-16 Caruana vs Kasparov, 2016
 
sicilianhugefun: There is a white Pawn at b2 until the 42nd move of White
 
   Apr-29-16 W So vs Kasparov, 2016 (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: Blunder is an ingredient not only in blitz Chess but in any form of time control in Chess. Just in case you don't know that yet iking...
 
   Apr-29-16 Ultimate Blitz Challenge (2016) (replies)
 
sicilianhugefun: When your opponent drops a piece, does it make you feel good in winning that game? Its way too better in winning out of forcing it, lets say by squeezing your opponent that usually leads to resignation... And besides, nobody learns anything instructive out of winning from a ...
 
   Apr-22-16 Serper vs Ivanchuk, 1988
 
sicilianhugefun: What is the meaning of our existence? No standard answer perhaps.... We can only just come up with each of our own definition, attach meaning into our lives, though it still appears to be void of substantial meaning. " Some said to love and be loved, and make this place a ...
 
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