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Unknown chess enthusiast from Germany. <)))o><

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<Fundamentals are a crutch for the talentless. <(!)>>

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   whiteshark has kibitzed 29370 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-18-14 G Gorse vs R Rapport, 2011
whiteshark: <Shams> The score is correct acc. to I'd guess black lost on time
   Apr-17-14 Akobian vs I Foygel, 2003
whiteshark: GM Akobian presents a lecture covering this game:
   Apr-16-14 Ulf Andersson vs H M Elwert, 1999 (replies)
whiteshark: <mrbasso> This was a correspondence game and Uffe was once one of the strongest cc players, too.
   Apr-16-14 Yifan Hou (replies)
whiteshark: Meet Yifan Hou - the glamorous Women's World Chess Champion who is changing the face of the notoriously nerdy game: wow, incredible (and beautiful)
   Apr-16-14 FIDE Women's Grand Prix Khanty-Mansiysk (2014) (replies)
whiteshark: Fire on board in Girya-Kosteniuk (White sac'ed a whole N got get his remaining 3 minor pieces in front of the enemy K
   Apr-16-14 Zhao Xue vs O Girya, 2014 (replies)
whiteshark: Bigamy is having one Q too many, monogamy is the same.
   Apr-15-14 Andrey Sumets
whiteshark: He's bd 1 of <Schachfreunde Lilienthal>, a club near the city of Bremen, playing in a 4th division (Verbandsliga Nord) in Germany. *btw chessfriend Gert Jan Timmerman is playing bd 2 there.
   Apr-15-14 A Sumets vs Glek, 2010
whiteshark: Time, wrong result or what's the end?
   Apr-15-14 Russian Team Championships (2014)
whiteshark: Big cb report with lots of pictures:
   Apr-14-14 Timman vs J Carlstedt, 2012
whiteshark: <10...Qd6??> should have lost a pawn after <11.Bc3!> with an easy won game. Timman realized it in the moment when he played 11.e3 and this insight haunted him throughout the game.
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