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tranquil simplicity
Member since Jan-02-08 · Last seen Oct-15-09
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   tranquil simplicity has kibitzed 35 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-09 S Kindermann vs T Wippermann, 2000
 
tranquil simplicity: WOW!! A highly original game by Stefan Kindermann whose book 'LENINGRAD DUTCH' converted me into a Dutch Defense player.
 
   Oct-08-09 Karel Hromadka (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: I fully agree with you there Open Defense. Karel ought to be awarded GM status posthumously. Infact I feel that there is a list of Great Chess players that ought to have that title; CHIGORIN, BLACKBURNE, MORPHY, PAULSEN,ZUCKERTORT, SPIELMANN, OPOCENSKY, DE RIVIERE etc ...
 
   Oct-08-09 Georgy Bastrikov (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: HI! There seems to be very scant or no info at all about a very strong Chess player (GM?) with a line named after him (Sicilian Taimanov- Bastrikov Variation). ANY INFO??
 
   Oct-06-09 E Berg vs A Andreassen, 2009 (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: GENTLEMEN! We are in consesus..Hmmmmmm
 
   Oct-02-09 Svidler vs Karpov, 2009 (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: Actually i'm not entirely convinced by the argument that Karpov stopped preparing for games long ago and thus his loss in the game in question. First of all, even in his heyday Karpov was well known for his DRAWISH repertoire as BLACK! It seems Karpov was happy to draw ...
 
   Oct-02-09 Bird's Opening (A02) (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: Hi MaxxLange! I believe the guy you are referring to is the Danish GM Henrik Danielsen. He is a 1.f4 Specialist though i noticed recently he switched his repertoire and is consistently playing 1.g3.
 
   Oct-02-09 Kasparov vs Karpov, 2009 (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: Hi there! This is directed at AuN1. That is excellent observation on your part; the way Karpov seems to miss the sac's on the King-side. I believe this happens because Karpov's strength and concentration lies in quiet, very deep positional moves. Most GM's in the 70s,80s
 
   Sep-30-09 Chigorin vs Schiffers, 1901 (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: There..there! This smells to me like the origin of the King's Indian Attack by the Great Chigorin.
 
   Sep-28-09 Karpov vs Kasparov, 2009 (replies)
 
tranquil simplicity: First I'll dive into the proceedings with my opinion on certain things. Even though i will not overtly take sides I dare suggest that ' if one has a tight, cautious and fawning nature, it does not give them a mandate to patronise others with their puritanical views on ...
 
   Sep-08-09 G Jones vs Van Wely, 2009
 
tranquil simplicity: The style displayed by Gawain is my cup of tea. This is bringing the beautiful art back into the old days of the Romantics, featuring daring sacrifices,material imbalances and brilliant combinations. Well done Jones!
 
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