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Member since Jan-01-10
A-1 street

dabbles in chess

never a pandit... only a kibitzer

every fracas is not a victory, chief

it's not so important always to be right or to be first.

the key to it is just to talk about it like you're talking about the weather. don't get all emotional and @#$%.

   bubuli55 has kibitzed 5896 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-20-18 Grischuk vs Kramnik, 2018
bubuli55: Kramnik had long games this tourney.
   Mar-20-18 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2018
bubuli55: We would be singing a different tune had Kramnik won this game.
   Mar-19-18 Wesley So (replies)
bubuli55: If I may look back and be sentimental ... Wesley will probably open with 1.e4 tomorrow. He did so 3 times already, and 1.c4 once. Back in the day he had a relatively high winning percentage with 1.e4 but he lost quite a few games also. So he started using 1.d4 to cut down with the
   Mar-19-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
bubuli55: How come Mamedyarov’s first name is not posted up in the standings? Saving space? Not important? Special? Sexy?
   Mar-19-18 W So vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
bubuli55: Wesley went to Berlin to win. Well, he did it.
   Mar-19-18 Edmund Beronio (replies)
bubuli55: Spin-A-Win Wesley won in the Candidates.
   Mar-17-18 W So vs Aronian, 2018
bubuli55: Occupational hazard
   Mar-15-18 Mamedyarov vs W So, 2018
bubuli55: Black kept taking pieces off the board. I guess it was planned that way. Pressing for a win against this opponent would be foolhardy. Or so it seems.
   Mar-12-18 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
bubuli55: Almost left out of the Candidates, GM Vladimir Kramnik is showing the world that he is capable and worthy of being chosen as a wild card.
   Mar-12-18 Eugenio Torre (replies)
bubuli55: The wild card candidate GM Vladimir Kramnik leads a group of the world’s best players after 3 rounds. The elder among the competitors, he has been exhibiting dynamic chess even offering sacrifices, winning two games and drawing one.
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