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Member since May-12-04 · Last seen Dec-10-18
Hi there, time to update this bio! I'm STILL a terrible chess player, although a bit better than before. You can still find me on fics, my handle is siggemannen. My favorite player is of course Karpov.

Anyways, chess is a boring Atomic variant

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   siggemannen has kibitzed 1039 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-18 K Harandi vs Tseshkovsky, 1976
siggemannen: If 54.Qxc6?? then 54...Rd2 wins the bacon
   Dec-03-18 Tseshkovsky vs Hort, 1976
siggemannen: Tseshkovsky totally bullies Hort throughout the whole game
   Dec-03-18 Tseshkovsky vs Quinteros, 1976
siggemannen: A game for all the Fischer connoisseurs. See 27...Ba2 for a variation of the classic move
   Dec-01-18 Korchnoi vs K G Shirazi, 1981
siggemannen: 33...Bxc3 34.Qd3 wins the bishop back and exchanges down
   Nov-09-18 Gulrukhbegim Tokhirjonova (replies)
siggemannen: Beat Gunina today. This girl is on fire.
   Oct-27-18 European Club Cup (Women) (2018)
siggemannen: Thanks Sargon =) And yeah, weird seeing V. Gunina on an Italian team (!) getting totally beat up. Hope for a better one next time, Valya
   Oct-24-18 K Emmrich vs B Moritz, 1922 (replies)
siggemannen: Love that movie, could be Hackman's best one, unless you prefer French Connection or I dunno, No Way Out :)
   Oct-21-18 Semen Lomasov (replies)
siggemannen: The issue is the problematic transliteration of Russian names. It should've been "Semyon", which is a more correct pronunciation wise, and funnily enough used for other players on chessgames, like the more famous Semyon Furman. I wonder what the process is for "generating" ...
   Oct-21-18 Elisabeth Paehtz
siggemannen: At the moment, she's rated slightly above her husband, Luca Shytaj
   Oct-21-18 E Magerramov vs Kasparov, 1977
siggemannen: I think these days c6 leads to more sharper play than c5.
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