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Member since Jul-30-11
Learned to play at 8, Class A by 15. Rating hovered around 2000 my whole career. My favorite players are Rabjabov, Carlsen, Ding, Tal, Kasparov, Shirov, Fisher(as a player ONLY), Alekine
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   stunningmove has kibitzed 1209 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-06-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
stunningmove: If my understanding of the tie-breaker system in place for this tournament is correct, Caruana is in first place by himself. Four players are +1, Carlsen and Caruana are tied at the first tie-breaker with 2 wins, and Caruana is the only player with a win with the black pieces, ...
   Mar-06-16 Team White vs Team Black, 2015 (replies)
stunningmove: <AylerKupp> Thank you for your explanation of white's choice of 44.Bc4 over 44.Qh3. I found your team's extensive analysis on or about Feb. 17. Yes that must have been disappointing to go from a +0.91 to 0.00 from d-26 to d-27. It looks like every rabbit hole was checked.
   Jan-05-15 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   Oct-28-14 Arkadij Naiditsch (replies)
stunningmove: Congratulations on your recent marriage!
   Jan-27-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
stunningmove: <bluewave> I agree with <OCF>, it is extemely doubtful we will see analysis of this game. Time is an issue and pride is a second. Now if he had beaten us, analysis might be done. We have much more in depth analysis than a GM could ever do. He has already stated that
   Jan-19-14 Simon Kim Williams (replies)
stunningmove: Thank you for 4 months of your time. This game was most instructive.
   Oct-20-13 stunningmove chessforum (replies)
stunningmove: After 14...Qd5 15.Qf3! White's potential discovered attack on the Black Q (Nf6+) precludes a black Nb4 from being as effective as when 14...Qd7 is played. This practically forces 15.0-0-0 which allows a white 0-0-0 in reply and a drawish game
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