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SugarDom
Member since Aug-30-08 · Last seen Sep-19-14
Bubuli Cup 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9j8_
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsJ4...

Nf3em Cup 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E27W...

The Future of Chess
Gladiator Rules - No Draw Rules

1) Long Armageddon Time Control
White 60 minutes per game / Black 45 minutes per game. 30 secs increment per move

White, Black wins = Full win, 1 point
In case of a draw, black wins

2.) Piece promotion: N/B >R, R>Q when no more legal pawn moves on both sides. Pieces can be re-promoted N/B>R>Q by moving out and back the 8th rank.

3. Bare kings race to the 8th rank.

Combined all 3 and no more draws. And you keep lively tactics till the endgame. Opposite colored bishops will not be drawn. K+P v K, K+B v K, K+N v K, will not be drawn. Heck bare kings will not be drawn either.

Good rules are rules that do not essentially change the appearance of the game, so chess variants are out. Fischerrandom is out. Chess squares and pieces shouldn't be changed either, so Capablanca variant chess with the Chancellor piece is out. ===
The CHESS PLAYER HONOR OATH
(To be recited at the commencement of the tournament day) Raise your right hand.
I am a chess player.
I am an honorable person.
I will not lie, cheat or fix games nor tolerate any among us who does. I will not pre-arrange game results.
I promise to do my best in every game and to conduct myself most sincerely. I believe in God who sees and knows everything I do and even without God, I believe in Truth, Honesty and Fair Play. This is my honor oath. May I suffer the consequences if I break my oath. May I receive punishment if I am untrue to myself. So be it. Amen.

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   SugarDom has kibitzed 14469 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-14 Wesley So (replies)
 
SugarDom: <gokusano: do you think we can do as much here by just kibitzing? We are just mere kibitzers posting our emotions. The real battle is between Wesley's hanlers and the NCFP. Instead of sannamagizing, why not spice befriend NCFP? They should endear themselves to the people who ...
 
   Sep-19-14 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
 
SugarDom: <Mark> For once learn how to use the internet. Go to www.2700chess.com . For pete's sake how long have you been on chessgames?
 
   Sep-19-14 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
SugarDom: Yeah, most advanced is the Western culture. I dunno if he will be impressed to see that the sexes have been merged, i.e., everybody has been turned gay...
 
   Sep-19-14 Big Pawn chessforum (replies)
 
SugarDom: Yeah and nothing has changed then.
 
   Sep-18-14 Bilbao Masters (2014) (replies)
 
SugarDom: Nope.
 
   Sep-18-14 Eugenio Torre (replies)
 
SugarDom: <Then is it feasible na mag champ sa Senate si Sen Koko then sa Congress sila Cong. Bambol, Manny and Butch' brother,then propose a line item for DepEd in the ON-GOING hearings / meetings for the 2015 budget? Then sa DepEd ang point man eh USec Umali who sits in the NCFP ...
 
   Sep-17-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
SugarDom: Don't worry admin is coming to wipe out all of <bugabay>'s off topic and nonsense post here. I'm blowing the whistle.
 
   Sep-17-14 Zhu Chen vs A Stefanova, 2007
 
SugarDom: Wow. I learned a new patter with Qg6 threatening Qxh6 mate.
 
   Sep-16-14 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
 
SugarDom: Or maybe Nakamura is just hitting his plateau. He hasn't reached his peak, it'll be in his 30s, but we can't expect large improvements from hereon...
 
   Sep-15-14 Anand vs Ponomariov, 2014 (replies)
 
SugarDom: <So we don't know if Fischer was an elite player?> Why did you say that? Fischer can't deal with the KID as white?
 
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