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|Dec-09-11|| ||Petrosianic: Trolling, more like it. We all know how many times Kasparov defended his title.|
|Dec-09-11|| ||King Death: < Petrosianic: Trolling, more like it...>|
A little light bulb went off and I looked at his kibitzing history. He took 18 months off between one set of obnoxious posts and another one. Maybe this troll will take a longer break. Maybe even make it permanent and do us a huge favor.
|Dec-10-11|| ||mrbasso: Oh, stopping to post for 18 months is now the sign of a troll?
Well, at least I'm not a fanboy..
Kasparov and Fischer both stopped to play rated games completely, but AFAIK they never stopped to be concerned with the game.
Their Ego was so big, that they couldn't stand the prospects of someone clearly stronger showing up, which inevitably would have happened.
|Dec-31-11|| ||Penguincw: Hmm. Back then, they didn't how many games ending in draws. Today, that's about more than half of have the games end.|
|Jan-21-12|| ||Antiochus: "Attack, attack always!"
|Jan-21-12|| ||Nemesistic: "Attack Attack Everyone" - Adolf Hitler.|
|Feb-29-12|| ||whiteshark: "Pure combinative chess reached its climax in Anderssen. He represents the spirit of sacrifice, free and unrestrained." |
~ Reuben Fine
|Jul-06-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: WC Anderssen, today you are remembered!
|Oct-23-12|| ||chesssalamander: LTJ, I think A. ought to be considered the first WC, from 1851-1858. He was WC in every sense that really matters. Then, Morphy, then A. again, then Steinitz.|
|Dec-30-12|| ||PhilFeeley: This is an interesting game:
I wonder why it's not here.
|Dec-30-12|| ||thomastonk: <PhilFeeley> I think the final sentence explains why: "Reinfeld stated in The Joys of Chess that the game was an Evans Gambit, but we have yet to trace the full score."|
|Jun-08-13|| ||Poisonpawns: What I found most intriguing about his games(I have deeply studied 60) is the amount of totally lost positions he was in.Due to his extremely active style of play; he was always dangerous even in "busted" positions. He would be losing and his opponent would make a one move error, and the tides would be turned completely. There are a few Falkbeer games that come to mind;Harritz, and also Von der Lasa, where Anderrsen was good as lost but won. It is because of Anderssen, that I never lose with my pieces undeveloped. I always have them active! win or lose.|
|Jul-06-13|| ||Nightsurfer: Today - on the occasion of <Adolf Anderssen>'s 195th birthday on July 6th, 2013 - it is a great gesture by you people of <ChessGames.com> that you haven chosen the game B Hund vs C Hartog, 1978 to be THE GAME OF THE DAY since that very game B Hund vs C Hartog, 1978 climaxes in the sacrifice of two rooks that seems to be inspired by <Adolf Anderssen>'s greatest victory, that epic battle Anderssen vs Kieseritzky, 1851 !|
|Jul-06-13|| ||redlance: Happy Birthday!!!|
|Jul-06-13|| ||playground player: Modern chess players congratulate themselves while standing on the shoulders of giants like Anderssen.|
Oh, I don't mean all modern players. I expect the top masters know and appreciate what they owe to their illustrious predecessors. It's the moderns who aren't masters, and never will be, who show the least respect to the past.
|Jul-06-13|| ||ketchuplover: HBD Herr Anderssen|
|Jul-06-13|| ||nok: Happy birthday to this badass player.|
|Jul-07-13|| ||TheFocus: I thought he was born in Breslau, not Badass.|
|Sep-08-13|| ||Penguincw: Quote of the Day
< "I was wrong in supposing that I could bottle up my chess and put it in a glass case." >
-Anderssen (after defeated by Morphy)
I assume it's after Anderssen-Morphy (1858) (like the whole thing).
|Sep-10-13|| ||DoctorD: Anderssen as problem composer:
|Sep-21-13|| ||TwoKnights: |
Every time I pick up Sid Picard's book on Anderssen it's like electric magic like Tal's winning combinations.
The memorial essay at the beginning is a very moving salute to this great master.
|Sep-22-13|| ||DoctorD: I'd love to get the book, but Picard's tome on Sam Loyd was incredibly disappointing.|
|Nov-04-13|| ||offramp: He had a fantastic brain for spotting mates in seven or less.|
|Nov-04-13|| ||keypusher: <offramp: He had a fantastic brain for spotting mates in seven or less.>|
Good to know that just six moves separate us.
|Feb-24-14|| ||Conrad93: The first world Champion.
The only difference is that he didn't claim it.
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