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evertoexcel
Member since Dec-13-02 · Last seen Feb-12-12
After some time away from the game and this site, I return to hone my admittedly weak technique.
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   evertoexcel has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-26-05 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
 
evertoexcel: What is Karjakin's match record over the course of his rather short career? Whom has he played against? Perhaps after inspection, one could draw some conclusions. I'm sure many here could point to past players who's tourney performance deviated significantly from their match ...
 
   Jan-22-04 Roman Dzindzichashvili (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Wow, I was only joking, but he really did bum around NYC (Washington Square Park is located in lower Manhattan). WSP is located near the Village Chess Club, a place that I'm sure a few masters have visited at some point.
 
   Jan-21-04 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Lastdance, I loved the Capablanca "murder" story. Capa certainly was a character. WMD: While the Capablanca statement is certainly hearsay (a statement made out of court offered for the truth contained therein), it MOST CERTAINLY would be admissible as a confession, which is an ...
 
   Jan-09-04 Anderssen vs Kieseritzky, 1851 (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Just for writing that, you should be forced to write Kieseritsky's FULL NAME on the blackboard 100 times.
 
   Jan-08-04 Hastings (2003/04) (replies)
 
evertoexcel: In the past, wasn't Hastings the site of many famous tourney's featuring the elite of chess? If this is the same Hastings, what is the reason for the decline in the level of competition/prestige? I ask this question out of nothing more than curiosity.
 
   Jan-08-04 Alejandro Ramirez Alvarez (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Since he would have been about 1 or 2 years old in 1990, I think it is safe to say that the first game in this database was played by A(nother) Ramirez.
 
   Dec-18-03 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
 
evertoexcel: 101 games between these two men, with Spassky leading by one game (17+, 16-, 70=). Is there a more even pairing, even among those contesting only 50 games?
 
   Dec-17-03 Tal vs Sodell, 1950 (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Tal is down just one pawn, but resigns. My positional knowlege is poor, but I wonder why he didn't try to fight this one out, especially since he still has his queen. Time might have been a concern, but at move 23, would that be enough?
 
   Dec-04-03 G Timoshchenko vs Karpov, 1967 (replies)
 
evertoexcel: A great game featuring the Urusov gambit, leading to a complicated position. 19. Rxc5 deserves at least one "!"
 
   Nov-20-03 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
evertoexcel: Perhaps this is the highest level of the "glass half empty/full" debate, but I'd rather see brilliant men play chess, impacting society less than they might in science (for example), than becoming criminal masterminds.
 
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