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frogbert
Member since Sep-03-07
I'm a little frog who thinks dilbert is cool. I particularly like the dog.

- On the internet, everybody knows I'm a frog

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The live top list <archive> can be found at http://chess.liverating.org/ It was regularly updated between april 2008 and august 2011.

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Please use my player pages for any general chess topic, whether it's about games, ratings or great chess players. Feel free to dissect the few examples of my own amateurish attempts at the board too, of course. :o)

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PS! Remember to check out the ultimate shark slayer champions ranking, too: Magnus Carlsen (kibitz #57936)

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- Serious sportsmen within the field of mental arts should not leave the transmission of electrical impulses in the brain to chance (Hans Arild Runde (kibitz #5452))

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   frogbert has kibitzed 16503 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-16-18 Your Next Move (Blitz) (2018) (replies)
 
frogbert: Judging by this event (rapid plus blitz), Caruana should really aim for deciding the WCC in the classical part.
 
   Jun-13-18 Your Next Move (Rapid) (2018) (replies)
 
frogbert: The point is simply to assign equal weight to the rapid and blitz legs of the event. One rapid game counts for two blitz games. Normal scoring is applied to the blitz half. 9 games of rapid 18 games of blitz The winner is the one who scores most points combined.
 
   Jun-10-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
 
frogbert: <AK> My normal domain is code, frameworks, all kinds of issues with data communication, multithreading and all other kinds of parallel processing (locks, mutexes and stuff), long chains of processing, from front-end through various intermediate systems, to back-end, and huge ...
 
   Jun-08-18 Tiggler chessforum (replies)
 
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   Jun-02-18 W So vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
frogbert: So did indeed train with Carlsen, at the latter's expense. And has had utmost respect, boarding to awe, for Carlsen ever since. :)
 
   May-31-18 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2018 (replies)
 
frogbert: The knight at least managed to take twice on e4.
 
   Apr-29-18 US Championship (2018) (replies)
 
frogbert: <saffuna> I don't think internet blitz/bullet was the problem, per se. Not playing enough classical chess in sufficiently strong events, however, I'm pretty sure slowed his progress. Maybe it even did something to his peak potential, but that's really impossible to tell.
 
   Apr-27-18 A Giri vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
frogbert: <Breunor> Stockfish at sesse.net has -3.69 for the line starting with 41. Rf3.
 
   Apr-26-18 Gashimov Memorial (2018) (replies)
 
frogbert: Navara seems to be in full tilt mode now.
 
   Apr-23-18 Radjabov vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
frogbert: Some remarks on that Carlsen-Leko game that look slightly funny in retrospect. About Carlsen: <Super GM? Hold on a second, he's not even 2700 yet. Chances are he'll cross 2700 at least momentarily, but will he stay ther? Time will tell.> Well, Carlsen has managed, just ...
 
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