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Christo Cave
Number of games in database: 35
Years covered: 1990 to 2008
Last FIDE rating: 2142
Highest rating achieved in database: 2276
Overall record: +16 -17 =2 (48.6%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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A45 Queen's Pawn Game (3 games)
B06 Robatsch (3 games)
C53 Giuoco Piano (3 games)
C41 Philidor Defense (2 games)
C00 French Defense (2 games)
C42 Petrov Defense (2 games)

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(born Dec-19-1961, 56 years old) Trinidad and Tobago

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Last updated: 2018-06-16 06:38:02

 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 35  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. C Cave vs H Kast  1-0231990Novi Sad ol (Men)B10 Caro-Kann
2. P Pazos Gambarrotti vs C Cave  1-0321990Novi Sad ol (Men)A57 Benko Gambit
3. C Cave vs E Arlandi  0-1161990Novi Sad ol (Men)C42 Petrov Defense
4. C Cave vs K Denny  1-0621990Novi Sad ol (Men)C45 Scotch Game
5. C Cave vs C G Ward  0-1371999Caribbean OpenB22 Sicilian, Alapin
6. C Cave vs C Bauer  0-153200034th OlympiadC41 Philidor Defense
7. A Khruschiov vs C Cave  1-0482002Bled OlympiadA08 King's Indian Attack
8. J Mora Manez vs C Cave  0-140200436th OlympiadC05 French, Tarrasch
9. C Cave vs K Amer  0-171200436th OlympiadB33 Sicilian
10. C Cave vs P Van Hoolandt  1-054200436th OlympiadC53 Giuoco Piano
11. R Urbina vs C Cave 1-043200436th OlympiadC11 French
12. C Cave vs S Fancy 1-022200436th OlympiadC41 Philidor Defense
13. C Cave vs J M Santa Torres 0-1104200436th OlympiadB40 Sicilian
14. C Cave vs E Righi  1-054200436th OlympiadC53 Giuoco Piano
15. Weeramantry vs C Cave  ½-½63200436th OlympiadC13 French
16. A Corke vs C Cave  1-038200436th OlympiadA45 Queen's Pawn Game
17. C Theocharides vs C Cave  0-136200436th OlympiadC00 French Defense
18. C Cave vs T Hillarp Persson 1-053200637th Chess OlympiadB06 Robatsch
19. G Aly vs C Cave  0-165200637th Chess OlympiadA45 Queen's Pawn Game
20. J Medina Colindres vs C Cave 0-136200637th Chess OlympiadA45 Queen's Pawn Game
21. M Ayyad vs C Cave  0-143200637th Chess OlympiadA46 Queen's Pawn Game
22. C Cave vs M Brumo  1-058200637th Chess OlympiadC65 Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense
23. W Teerapabpaisit vs C Cave  1-036200637th Chess OlympiadC01 French, Exchange
24. C Cave vs H Asabri  0-128200637th Chess OlympiadC53 Giuoco Piano
25. C Cave vs J Mukabi  0-146200637th Chess OlympiadC42 Petrov Defense
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  GrahamClayton: 13 time champion of Trindad & Tobago, including a perfect 11/11 score in the 2003 championship:

Jun-16-18  epistle: The Cave says if something is denied by the owner of a page or site claiming it was hacked, a really good investigator should not start by finding who hacked it, but if it was really hacked. For most crimes committed inside homes are the handiworks of those living there, despite protestations that some unknown, mysterious intruders did the deeds.
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  tpstar: That's great how Christo Cave is a FIDE master.

The term "hacked" in this context means they didn't do it. Nobody believes a professional player would interrupt a tournament to post anything so inflammatory as to warrant any back and forth, then his response proves his innocence. "Accessed" would be more proper, so someone else got into his old account, which should be very easy to figure out from a technical standpoint.

This subterfuge must have been planned long in advance, by someone Supremely against him. Maybe a Hardcore BW person who used to drive him around RP, fancying himself as his manager and his handler, then making sure his place in chess history was secure by leading a movement directly against him. They probably kept an inactive account from his junior days around for future reference, then conspired to sabotage his career, or at least his social media presence.

Who here would hate him so much to do this?

Jun-16-18  epistle: That is what they always say before they arrest the husband: he could not have done it, they were so much in love, he wouldn't hurt a fly. Lol.
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  tpstar: That's great how Christo Cave is a FIDE master.

You know he doesn't talk like that.

1) Who is <TehTex>?

2) Who is <e1ementz>?

3) Where is User: fab11mt right now?

Jun-19-18  epistle: And of course you know how he talks since you've seen him speak in youtube during tournament interviews with cameras and reporters and the audience he knew he had to please with a friendly and humble demeanour. Lol.

A Christo (Cave) fundamentalist cult member who can call his own mother a whore is not beyond berating members of other religions during tournament rest periods.

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