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weepingwarrior
Member since Mar-08-04 · Last seen Nov-30-17
I live in Joplin, Missouri. I've never been rated. Robert James Fischer is my favorite player. I have played numerous chess playing programs since the 1970's, from Chess Challenger and almost all of Radio Shack's Table tops to Chessmaster's 2000-11000 to Rebel Tiger and Fritz, Shredder, plus Sargon, Gnu321, Waxman, and several others. Ask me about Bluebush and Chess 88 and other Dos chess programs. I can tell the difference in the chess program personalities. I've got forty some chess books and still more to come... I've been playing chess for 45 years now. I've played, roughly, about 25,000 games. My brain type is "INFP"(Idealist) (Intuitive) I have deep internal values, and I am an romantic at heart. I avoid conflict. I am sensitive, and aware of others feelings. I can be sacrificial sometimes. I'm flexible, and welcome new ideas.I am interested in learning and writing. I am language skilled. I'm easy to get along with, and my temperament is such, that I strive for interpersonal relationships with the desire to communicate through various forms of media. I like to believe the best about others and value relationships. I am an visionary romantic that's optimistic about the future possibilities. I am deeply devoted to family, friends, and our vocations. I prefer frankness and personal warmth to pretentiousness. Some words that describe me are; Devoted. Optimistic. Idealistic. Harmonious. Interpersonal. Purpposeful. Motivational. Nurturing. Romantic. Transparent. Spiritual. Influential. Contributing. Visionary. Relational. Desiring Uniqueness. Communicative.
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   weepingwarrior has kibitzed 118 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-12 Anand vs Gelfand, 2012 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: Yep, This is a new record for the shortest decisive chess game played in a world championship match. 19 was the record. Congrats to Anand!
 
   May-15-12 R Goletiani vs I Zenyuk, 2012
 
weepingwarrior: Zenyuk...What A Fighter! A Very Good Game!
 
   May-10-12 V Ni vs I Zenyuk, 2012
 
weepingwarrior: Zenyuk has a very sharp eye!
 
   May-10-12 I Zenyuk vs T Abrahamyan, 2012 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: Zenyuk is playing some great chess. I wish her the best.
 
   Feb-01-12 Larsen vs Fischer, 1971 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: jerseybob, I agree with you about Frank Brady's book "Profile of a Prodigy" and it's analysis being faulty and sloppy. After move 31.Q-B6 it says Incredible! 31.Q-N5 wins. Black plays K-B2 32.QR-KB1...Rxd4 and white is left helpless to a huge Black advantage!
 
   Jan-06-12 Ivanchuk vs Nakamura, 2012 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: I don't like the open variation in any of the Ruy Lopez games. White has really come to terms with the open variations.
 
   May-06-11 Topalov vs Kamsky, 2011 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: James Bowman, I like your Gata Love It! It's been hard for me to like Kamsky, But when I see him play games like this one, I have to admire him. Bravo Gata... And keep up the good work. I wish you the best.
 
   May-05-11 Aronian vs Grischuk, 2011 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: Pygeum Lycopene, Google Houdini Chess And Download The Engine. So Far It's The Best, And It's Free! You Can Also Go To Arena Chess And Download It Too. It's Also Free.
 
   May-02-11 Fischer vs Polugaevsky, 1970 (replies)
 
weepingwarrior: I think that Fischer was thinking that if Polugaevsky is an expert on the sicilian, lets give him an opportunity to try an Sicilian Reversed with the English opening. But Polugaevsky avoided any reversed Sicilian against Fischer. A wise choice on his part.
 
   Apr-27-11 T Abrahamyan vs C Baginskaite, 2011
 
weepingwarrior: This Game Impressed Me. Camilla Is Very Very Strong. She Really Puts Up A Fight Here In This Game. Wow. I Wish Her The Best.
 
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