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Member since Aug-22-06
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   whiteshark has kibitzed 30050 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-10-14 Benjamin Finegold
whiteshark: <iffy> is <the word> I learned from his lectures, thank you very much.
   Sep-10-14 J Litcher vs P Bersamina, 2011
whiteshark: Jessie paint a picture...
   Sep-10-14 Scotland (replies)
whiteshark: "8 questions about Scottish independence you were too embarrassed to ask"
   Sep-10-14 E Frisk vs Tiumi Yashora, 2014
whiteshark: Perils of advancing the K.
   Sep-10-14 GRENKE Chess Classic (2014) (replies)
whiteshark: This years' participants consist of - the 5 members of the German 2014 Olympiad team, - P. Schlosser as 2600+ GM, playing for OSG Baden-Baden in the Bundesliga - and 2 emerging German youngsters, Bluebaum + Wagner (aka die Schachprinzen).
   Sep-09-14 Dimitri Komarov
whiteshark: For admirers of his unique radio-like commentating with heavy Rrrussian accent and dry humor, here's a link for hours of priceless chess-entertainment:
   Sep-09-14 Ribli vs I Rogers, 1995
whiteshark: Won on time on, after Ribli had misplayed a better position.
   Sep-09-14 Karjakin vs Shirov, 2010 (replies)
whiteshark: <37.Rh8+!>, and that's it.
   Sep-08-14 D Daniels vs G Yzhow, 2014 (replies)
whiteshark: <21.Rxf6!>, and that's it.
   Sep-08-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
whiteshark: Right after his last-round game ( Topalov vs Carlsen, 2014 ) Carlsen informed Topalov about his decision to play Anand in Sochi: ;)) source/report:
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