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   todicav23 has kibitzed 326 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-30-18 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
todicav23: <The Boomerang: "Clearly Fischer would have beaten Karpov who could barely beat an old man in Korchnoi. End of discussion." Based on what? Fischer's score with Korchnoi was even. Karpov beat Korchnoi. And your logical conclusion is that Fischer would have beat Karpov? Fischer ...
   Mar-27-18 Robert James Fischer (replies)
todicav23: <Ulhumbrus: According to the kibitzer <Visayanbraindoctor> the two strongest performances of all time according to computer evaluations were those of Capablanca in 1919 and Fischer in 1971. They played near perfect chess and would have beaten anybody. The strongest player
   Mar-27-18 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
todicav23: Congratulations Fabiano!
   Mar-09-18 Fischer vs S Schweber, 1970 (replies)
todicav23: I wonder if Schweber saw 24.Rxd4!! or it came as a big surprise.
   Mar-07-18 Paul Keres (replies)
todicav23: "Over 100,000 people lined up the streets at his state funeral in Tallinn".
   Feb-07-18 Hou - Karpov Match (2018) (replies)
todicav23: <Sokrates: Well phrased <todicav23>. I haven't seen it quite that way, but you have made very convincing arguments and it seems likely that you are right: Karpov seemed to get weaker by the end of their matches. In their first match it was very physical, in the later ...
   Feb-06-18 Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (replies)
todicav23: "Armenia honours its World Chess Champion Tigran Petrosian with a banknote. The likeness of the 9th World Chess Champion graces the new 2000 dram which has recently been issued for the first time in the country, as part of a new series of notes. " ...
   Jan-24-18 Rameshbabu Praggnanandhaa (replies)
todicav23: <alexmagnus: Qualifying for a single event doesn't make one a top player yet. Just as becoming a challenger in 2016 didn't make Karjakin world number two.> There was no accepted Rating System in 1958. "Qualifying for the Candidates" was probably the best criteria at the ...
   Jan-16-18 World Rapid Championship (2017) (replies)
todicav23: <fisayo123: Vishy again shows why he's among the all time great players in chess history.> Except that he is not!
   Jan-11-18 Gioachino Greco (replies)
todicav23: <Darth Stapler> Very good job! We need more facts about Greco.
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