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Member since Jun-18-07
No matter what I say, the truth is that I love chess and I love chess players.

"If one wants to rid oneself of an unbearable pressure, one needs hashish."

- Nietzsche

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   SetNoEscapeOn has kibitzed 4851 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-20-16 Jeremy Lim (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: <Jim Bartle: The NBA has announced it is reviewing videotape of last night's game.> Ha, I didn't understand when I first read this. I think the lack of criticism by the golf announcers might have something to do with lack of precedent. Usually golf officials get it ...
   Jun-17-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: One of the worst blunders of Carlsen's career against Nakamura.
   Jun-13-16 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: Vishy beats Wei Yi in the final to grab move to 9/9 titles in the Leon mini tournament.
   Jun-07-16 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: What a fighter, and what a player. One of the very best to ever push a piece. Sad day for the chess world.
   May-30-16 Gashimov Memorial (2016) (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: <In interviews with Karjakin (in New in Chess for instance) you learn about a player who is very convinced about his own skills and talent, who doesn't regard himself as a lesser player than Carlsen, not at all. He acknowledges that Carlsen's career has been much better, ...
   May-29-16 R Mamedov vs Caruana, 2016 (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: Two bishops are a <lot> better than a rook.
   Apr-28-16 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: The last thing I would have expected after he dismantled Kramnik yesterday.
   Apr-24-16 Norway Chess (2016) (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: < suenteus po 147: A user on the Norway chat feed said that Kramnik and Topalov will get into a fist fight in the last round. While they probably still don't like each other much, is it really that bad? This sounds like the days of Korchnoi/Karpov, but I have a hard time ...
   Apr-17-16 I Krush vs S Foisor, 2016 (replies)
SetNoEscapeOn: Black could have resigned quite comfortably on move 30.
   Apr-12-16 Anand - Topalov World Chess Championship (2010)
SetNoEscapeOn: Vishy doesn't give a damn about his "legacy" or what patzers think about him. He should play as long as he enjoys playing, like Karpov, Korchnoi, and Smyslov before him. And certainly I respect him a lot more for not running just because a new kid showed up on the block.
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