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   tzar has kibitzed 366 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-14 Bilbao Masters (2014) (replies)
tzar: Press conference with chess journalist Leontxo Garcia (in Spanish). I translate interesting points for non Spanish speakers: VALLEJO: He was happy to have saved an unpleasant endgame today. He had everything analyzed in the opening but he was surprised by a very interesting novelty ...
   Sep-13-14 Sinquefield Cup (2014) (replies)
tzar: <The game has been perverted by suoercomputers> Maybe. But not the game you play. Only the game that super GMs play, so keep on enjoying playing chess at yoir level, it is still clean as transparent water there. If super GMs are perverted it is their problem.
   Sep-10-14 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
tzar: All latest predictions regarding Anand in recent years failed: -He was going to be a tough opponent to Carlsen in 2013. Failed. He was finished in the candidates. Failed. The truth is that nobody knows what will happen in Sochi. I predict that Anand will be in the top 10 until age 65 ...
   Sep-09-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
tzar: <AJofAlaska> It would be intetesting to know the story of Mr. Jansson's machinations.
   Aug-29-14 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
tzar: Let's see what the "inept" player can do today.
   Aug-22-14 Garry Kasparov (replies)
tzar: The two greatest WCC confrontations in modern times, Fischer-Spassky and K-K, had a pre-written script in Western Media, good vs evil. Kasparov and Fischer represented the good forces and Spassky and Karpov the evil forces. The paradoxes of real life (which are capricious) made that ...
   Aug-09-14 Robert James Fischer (replies)
tzar: ...specially these days motivate me because in two days we have an important election between the red evil demon Putin related Kirsan...and the impeccable representative of modernity, democracy, Human Rights and honesty Kasparov.
   Aug-07-14 Karpov - Kasparov World Championship Match (1984) (replies)
tzar: The decision was controversial...some people like you see it as a way of saving Karpov's bacon...others as a quite reasonable decision (considering the tactics going on in the match, financial and health reasons)...others think it only favored Kasparov.
   Aug-07-14 Florencio Campomanes (replies)
tzar: The whole 1984 WC match was a mess. Again Fischer's ghost was present with his stupid demands that affected the next WC match which should have been to 24 games. IMO Karpov showed complete superiority over any conceivable match lenght and Kasparov's strategy of making draws to prolong ...
   Aug-02-14 Nigel Short (replies)
tzar: Very well written article, Nigel, but... 1. Kirsan will win. 2. Many people are very happy (or at least relieved considering his opponent) that he will win...and not only the "corrupted" forces that you mention. 3. At least, if you wanted to be fair you should have mentioned that ...
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