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vvv
Member since Jun-02-11 · Last seen Jan-22-13
Players I find interesting (this list will continue to grow as I explore the site):

Rudolf Rezso Charousek


   vvv has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-22-13 Tata Steel Group A (2013) (replies)
 
vvv: They have, however, enjoyed their pampering.
 
   Nov-02-12 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
vvv: Tal's right hand: http://chessville.com/images/Benko_...
 
   Sep-01-12 Gipslis vs Razuvaev, 1982 (replies)
 
vvv: <LoveThatJoker: <Once> It is clear that you are a weak Chess player and analyst> Ouch! A little more civility, perhaps?
 
   Aug-26-12 W Thormann vs K Nilsen, 2012
 
vvv: Looks like White can play 33. Qxa3 or 33. Nxa3, going up by a rook.
 
   Aug-16-12 Uhlmann vs L Espig, 1978 (replies)
 
vvv: <chrisowen: <Everyone> Having a good time are we? I'm putting you on my ignore list, for that!> Did <chrisowen> just use almost-normal English sentence structure?
 
   Jul-19-12 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
vvv: 20/20 Technologies is actually a side business started by Barbara Walters when she had some time to kill in the 90s. Motivated by a secret passion for Chess, and heeding an inner desire to share this secret passion, but in an anonymous manner, she set out to build a Chess Utopia in the ...
 
   Mar-05-12 A Illner vs M Bosboom, 2012 (replies)
 
vvv: <kdogphs: It's good to know that even GM's hang pieces sometimes...> The Doctor has his choice of Knight, Bishop, or Rook. Quite impressive to hang 3 pieces in one move if you ask me.
 
   Dec-24-11 Santa Claus (replies)
 
vvv: Dear Santa, Please fix FIDE.
 
   Nov-15-11 Nakamura vs A J Goldsby, 2003 (replies)
 
vvv: <The greatest American talent since Bobby Fischer, Nakamura...> Don't forget about Kamsky!
 
   Nov-08-11 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
vvv: On the page of Semion Alapin , the bio has the line "In 1902 he was ranked #8 in the world". Where did this information come from? Weren't world rankings introduced much later?
 
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