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tacticsjokerxxx
Member since Mar-26-04 · Last seen Oct-21-15
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BIO:

Real Name: N. Lundgren
Age: 23
Nationality: Swedish
Sex: Male
current rating: 1715
Active club player since: May 2003

Sidenote: I play shogi and xiang-qi as well as normal chess.

Curiosity: I like the queen's bishop, I like active knightplay, I like opening traps, and I really like 'locked' positions or static pawn formations, such as this one Capablanca vs K Treybal, 1929

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Fav Player (of all time):

Tal, Nezhmetdinov, Fischer.

Fav Modern Player:

None in particular... young stars with tactical prowess like Morozevich...

http://www.gmsquare.com/Morozevich/...

and chess players with 'attitude', like, hm.. Kosteniuk and Manakova ;)

http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...

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other random links:

- dragon discussion

http://altmax.com/cgi-local/cpf/YaB...

- unknown masters of chess

http://www.angelfire.com/games/SBCh...

- unknown games of Tal

http://www.chessarch.com/excavation...

- The hypermodern approach

http://www.ex.ac.uk/~dregis/DR/Open...

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primary openings:

As white - 1.c4 English

As black

- against 1.e4 - The Sicilian Dragon
- against 1.d4 - The Benoni
- against 1.c4 - The Symmetrical English
- against 1.b4 - The Polish gambit
- against 1.f4 - The Lasker defense
- against 1.Nc3 - The Novosibirsk :) (Morozevich vs Kasparov, 2000)

secondary openings:

As white - 1.e4

- (after 1.-e5)

- The Giouco Piano
- The Vienna

- (after 1.-Nf6)

- The 2.Bc4 Krejcik variation

- (after 1.-c5)

- The Richter-Rauzer
- The Keres attack
- The Poisoned pawn

As black -

- against 1.d4

- The QGD Chigorin Defence
- The Queen's Indian

- against 1.e4

- The Sicilican Sveshnikov
- Kan
- Scheveningen
- Accelerated Dragon Maroczy Bind Simagin Variation
- The Alekhine defense

other openings i like to play:

- the larsen-attack english variation
- the Polish gambit
- old-Benoni or Anti-benoni variations
- All anti-sicilian openings

- The anti hyperaccelerated dragon 4.Qxd4 variataion.

(1.e4-c5 2.Nf3-g6 3.d4-cxd4 4.Qxd4)

- The other anti-dragon openings (the 6.f4 levenfish etc.)

unknown (?) and interesting openings:

The Sonja attack (...d5 deviation in the kalashnikov) and the Rubicon line (...Ne8 in the accelerated dragon maroczy bind)

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   tacticsjokerxxx has kibitzed 563 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-06 Kramnik - Deep Fritz (2006) (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: thanks for your opinion fujumori
 
   Oct-05-05 Topalov vs Kasimdzhanov, 2005 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: i'm guessing Rh2
 
   Oct-01-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: congrats to the richness of topalov's play, hailing from the poorest country in europe =)
 
   Aug-05-05 Shredder vs Hydra, 2004 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: Humans should play more daringly against computers, IMHO.
 
   Aug-05-05 Larsen vs O Lie, 1985 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: move 20 was typically odd.
 
   Aug-05-05 Odd Lie (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: "Kasparov for president"
 
   Aug-05-05 T Kosintseva vs A Galliamova, 2003 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: this isn't really a queen sac, because white regains the queen.
 
   Feb-17-05 Naiditsch vs T L Petrosian, 2005 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: 2.Ne2 is called the keres variation. it allows black to play e5 directly. but the setup with Nc3 and Ne2 is called the chamelon sicilian, have a look at bobby fischer vs spassky 1992, there were many chamelon openings in that match. However in this game after 4.Nxd4 it ...
 
   Jan-15-05 T W Barnes vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: Concerning the 3.-f5 line. Apparently it was refuted about 100 years ago by 4.Bc4 (4.-fxe4 5.Nxe5!) 4.-exd4 seems to be losing for black too. but aren't there any other options?
 
   Dec-15-04 Deep Blue (Computer) (replies)
 
tacticsjokerxxx: <whitehat> your post was quite interesting, I'm going to do that experiment myself.
 
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