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just a kid
Member since Jan-19-08 · Last seen Sep-04-14
Don't frequent here anymore and I only drop it from time to time. Hard to believe it has been 5 years since I joined this site. I was only 12 at the time... Now I'm 17 and in my Junior year of high school. Perhaps I will find the passion I had for chess when I was younger and come back. I do miss the community here.
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   just a kid has kibitzed 2682 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-11-14 Tryfon Gavriel
 
just a kid: I don't know if anyone has seen it yet, but your YouTube channel is mentioned in the most recent Chess Life article as a good free chess resource. Glad to see one of my favorite commentators commended for their fine efforts!
 
   Jun-26-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
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   Jun-13-14 Caruana vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
 
just a kid: <Petrosianic: And black just plays 15...Ncd4.> Expected because of the redundant knights but there will probably be a few trades, which the position will begin to look very equal. This might be the result Karjakin wants if he feels that he has a better chance to win in the ...
 
   Jun-12-14 YouRang chessforum (replies)
 
just a kid: Round 8: Aronian - Caruana 1-0 Karjakin - Kramnik 1/2 Grischuk - Giri 1/2 Svidler - Carlsen 1/2 Agdestein - Topalov 1/2
 
   Jun-09-14 Norway Chess Tournament (2014) (replies)
 
just a kid: Regarding the subject of Walter Browne, the name of the computer he played in this Queen vs. Rook endgame was "Belle." Belle was installed with a tablebase for Queen v. Rook and the programmer, Ken Thompson, looked for a GM to play the theoretically won side of the Queen v. Rook ...
 
   Apr-30-14 Gashimov Memorial (2014) (replies)
 
just a kid: Congrats to Carlsen for winning the tournament! He played some fine games during the tournament. Also, congrats to Karjakin for demonstrating the most fighting spirit!
 
   Mar-14-14 World Chess Championship Candidates (2014) (replies)
 
just a kid: Anand trades down to a drawn pawn ending. Computers really don't think Kramnik has an edge but humans would prefer his position by far. Will be interesting to see how things play out.
 
   Nov-08-13 David Moody (replies)
 
just a kid: Happy birthday!
 
   Oct-21-13 Shirov vs M Al Sayed, 2013 (replies)
 
just a kid: I found Ra4+ easily enough but I desperately wanted to make the Queen sacrifice 32. Qxb5+ to work for the fun of it. The point is after 32...axb5 33. Ra4+ and after 33.. bxa4 or Kxa4, 34. Ra6# still mates. However after 32... Kxb5 33. Rcc6+, 33... Qe2+ stops the checkmate for the
 
   Oct-05-13 jww chessforum (replies)
 
just a kid: I have won both of my games vs. Hejo1 of "Winners Only" and I am ready for another set of team matches if I'm needed. If anyone is interested, I annotated a game I played two weeks ago vs. a Master level player: http://gameknot.com/annotation.pl/g... Carry on =)
 
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