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twoinchgroup
Member since Sep-21-09
My favorite players are Botvinnik, Carlsen, Fischer, Spassky, Stein, Shirov, Aronian, Tal and Kramnik.
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   twoinchgroup has kibitzed 43 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-26-13 FIDE Grand Prix Paris (2013) (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: So what is the point in analysis by engines? Idealistically, if I and my opponent take the same computer analysis to the board then it really comes down to he who has the better memory wins the game. Mikhail Tal is rolling over in his grave just at the mention of such apostasy.
 
   Sep-24-13 Caruana vs Fressinet, 2013 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: Black resigned
 
   Sep-09-13 Sinquefield Cup (2013) (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: Shahade is the single worst chess commentator ever. Surely someone did not speak to her and think "Ah, the english language simply roles off her silvery tongue. She would be a wonderful comentator."
 
   Oct-09-09 Carlsen vs Jakovenko, 2009 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: macpx said: <My first impression was - it was all set up. Cause black played this game like a retard. But it's hard to believe they would do that> Interesting how macpx neglects to demonstrate HOW IT IS that black played like a retard. Apparently when macpx says a ...
 
   Oct-08-09 Kramnik vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: Pjalle said: <Lazy people tend to justify their own mediocrity by blaming bad genes or lack of 'talent' but behind every 'genius' lies years and sometimes decades of hard focused work.> YESSSSS!!! Well said.
 
   Oct-07-09 Carlsen vs Wang Yue, 2009 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: MindBoggle writes in reply: <Pogonina writes: <"Unbelievable mistakes for their level. That's what is expected from A-class or lower players, not super GMs. Inexplicably weak play by Wang Yue, and Carlsen's performance has been far from outstanding."> This, in my ...
 
   Oct-05-09 Carlsen vs Radjabov, 2009 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: <This momentum Magnus has in this event is because of his superb opening preparation as White...do the research...> birthtimes, I agree 100%...I have done the research...What you have said is EXACTLY what I alluded to in my original premise/argument with raykeene. Again,
 
   Oct-04-09 Botvinnik vs Portisch, 1968 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: <Now black cannot take the rook because of 18... Kxf7 19. Qc4+ Kg6 20. Qg4+ Kf7 21. Ng5+ Kg8 22. Qc4+ From here, black can only delay the smothered mate by giving away queen and rook.> Once, It would seem to me that there would be no smothered mate as a conclusion to ...
 
   Oct-04-09 E Inarkiev vs Dreev, 2007
 
twoinchgroup: <Inarkiev achieved strategically won position - but didn't find the prophylactical move 27.g3!,depriving his opponent of any counterplay> stanleys, I would restate it as Inarkiev achieving "POSITIONALLY" won position here. Are you confident in your assessment of 27.g3? ...
 
   Oct-03-09 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 (replies)
 
twoinchgroup: <Since you have been a member here for only 4 days, I will be patient with you. Read the CG rules for posting. These Fischer posts have no relavence to this page. They don't belong here. There is a Fischer page where this kind of "discussion" goes on seemingly forever.> ...
 
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