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slomarko
Member since Aug-20-06 · Last seen Apr-10-11
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the 3 axioms you need to learn:

1) i'm dr.House of chess

2) the ultimate goal in chess is objectivity, maximum objectivity

3) i have GM chess understanding

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some interesting positions from my games played on internet:

slomarko-ELLE (white moves and wins)


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janoo-slomarko (black moves and draws)


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slomarko-hansadortmund (white moves and wins)


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slomarko-silhcapa (white moves and wins)


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mater-slomarko (black moves and wins)


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slomarko-Kaladgiev (white moves and wins)


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slomarko-mellema (white moves and wins)


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slomarko-ankken (white moves and wins)


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jay-slomarko (black moves and wins)


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   slomarko has kibitzed 11687 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-10-11 Wlodzimierz Schmidt (replies)
 
slomarko: <Poznan was Polish before 1793, then German (1793-1871 Prussian, 1871-1918 German), then Polish in 1918-1939 (it was taken by Germany on 10.09.1939), then German in 1939-1945, then back to Polish.> Let's be precise: after Prussia partitioned Poland with Austria and Russia, it
 
   Apr-02-11 12th European Individual Championship (2011) (replies)
 
slomarko: i am very puzzled by the fact that the first tie-break seems to be the rating performance. it doesn't make too much sense to me.
 
   Mar-30-11 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
slomarko: <twinlark: Heh heh. In Australia the <Woman's Day> magazine is a weekly. Should be called the <Woman's Weekly>, except we already have one...and it's a monthly.> is this the magazine? http://www.womansday.ninemsn.com.au/ it has interesting articles... "Katy ...
 
   Mar-25-11 20th Amber Tournament (Rapid) (2011) (replies)
 
slomarko: <rogge: I think a 3087 TPR (Carlsen, not Karpov) speaks for itself.> You can't calculate a TPR performance in rapids based on the standard classical controls ratings. <Rybka level, isn't it ;)> Rybka level is more like 3200 or something ;)
 
   Mar-21-11 Sebastien Feller (replies)
 
slomarko: best results on the 5. board at the 2010 Olympiad: 1.Feller (France) 2.Bartel (Poland) 3.Babula (Czech Republic) 4.Stupak (Belarus) 5.Jones (England)
 
   Nov-26-10 Dariusz Swiercz (replies)
 
slomarko: polarmis, very good article! I have followed the tournament and I have to say that Darek was a bit lucky. For example in the game against that Indian guy he was a pawn down and I think close to losing at one point but managed to save it. In the last round his position also looked a
 
   Nov-26-10 Eljanov vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2010
 
slomarko: you are right. 10.Qe2 works because 10...Kd7? gets smashed by 11.Ne5 Kc7 [DIAGRAM] and now 12.d6! 1-0
 
   Nov-24-10 A Crisan vs Macieja, 2001 (replies)
 
slomarko: taking the pawn was playable but it's not clear to me if it's really better then the text. for example after 23...Re8 24.Bh7 Ne5 [DIAGRAM] white needs to worry about g6. another option was to avoid taking on h7 by playing for example Bf5 but then black goes Rxe3 and white can't get
 
   Nov-24-10 zarg chessforum (replies)
 
slomarko: Let's revisit the original statement: <Now, contrast that with being in an elevator where the cable snaps! Then you enter a free fall, that's a scalar field, no pull here and there (one degree of freedom less). The reason we can detect the fall, is the weightless condition (and
 
   Nov-20-10 Hans Arild Runde (replies)
 
slomarko: well the final diagram is easy, it has to be Bd5.
 
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