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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


The live top list <archive> can be found at It was regularly updated between april 2008 and august 2011.


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)


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


- 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 16064 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-08-16 Tata Steel (2016) (replies)
frogbert: <john barleycorn: This ingenuity of making numbers "right" is amazing.> Well, I guess that's exactly what for instance <tamar> and myself are pointing out, and not in a very subtle manner, either. :)
   Feb-05-16 Carlsen vs Yifan Hou, 2016 (replies)
frogbert: <Playing 45…. a5 instead would have drawn and during the game I was quite surprised by her mistake. When it happened it seemed quite obvious to me that a5 would hold. Well, it turns out that a5 indeed would have held, but not at all as easily as I had thought. White can still ...
   Feb-01-16 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
frogbert: <Gypsy> Really? :) I was doing something right then, I suppose. ;)
   Jan-30-16 W So vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
frogbert: Yeah, great escape by Carlsen!!! What a lucky bastard...
   Jan-27-16 A Giri vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
frogbert: Game over. Repetition soon coming.
   Jan-25-16 Ding Liren vs Wei Yi, 2016 (replies)
frogbert: Yeah, this looked very much like a deep computer prep by Wei Yi. Of course, it would've been more fun if Ding Liren accepted the challenge otb, but I guess he chose the professional way out.
   Jan-22-16 Van Wely vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
frogbert: <Karposian> perfidious first said *after the sacrifice*. After 27... Rxg2? I agree that it's objectively lost - which I also wrote. However, the sacrifice was played on move 23. What I commented on was this: <perfidious: Carlsen was quite lost after the sacrifice.> ...
   Dec-31-15 Qatar Masters (2015) (replies)
frogbert: <Karposian> Oh, people can discuss it all they like. :) But claims about knowing The Truth will be taken for what it is, and poor arguments will be shot dead on arrival. :)
   Dec-30-15 Biographer Bistro (replies)
frogbert: <He finished 2015 with a flourish when he won the powerful Qatar Masters (2015) with 6/9 in the main rounds [...] > Minor mistake in the update of Carlsen's bio after Qatar. The score is wrong.
   Dec-27-15 Mamedyarov vs Ganguly, 2015
frogbert: Shakh is a brilliant player, <fisayo123>, but in several of his wins in Doha, he's played more than one unsound move, allowing his opponent to grab the initiative. A sufficiently strong player would have, is all I'm saying. :)
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