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whiteshark
Member since Aug-22-06
<Oops, I'm still alive! It will probably be a very nice day!

< NN chess enthusiast from Germany. <°)))o>><

< Heaven knows, we all make mistakes. That's life, and chess. <>> (Woody Allen)

< Choices are the hinges of destiny. <<>>>>(Pythagoras)

< If you change one thing - you change everything <<<>>>>

<Fundamentals are a crutch for the talentless. <(°!°)>>

Sometimes it pays to recycle good ideas...

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   whiteshark has kibitzed 31434 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-29-15 Aronian vs Karpov, 2003 (replies)
 
whiteshark: A forceful line on moves starting with <25.Bd6!>
 
   Jul-29-15 T Hillarp Persson vs M Ragger, 2015
 
whiteshark: Tiger panicked.
 
   Jul-29-15 Odd Lie (replies)
 
whiteshark: No snake-handling preacher ever died of a snakebite. It was simply just Almighty's will.
 
   Jul-29-15 J C Schroeder vs P Grove, 2015
 
whiteshark: Quite unusual and thus remarkable for a French that Black's dark-squared ♗ is the <bad ♗>.
 
   Jul-29-15 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Adams, 2015
 
whiteshark: Maxime analyses the middlegame/endgame: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmTh... Enjoy and learn ;)
 
   Jul-29-15 Karjakin vs Kramnik, 2015
 
whiteshark: If Kramnik had only found <50...Rxg3+!> [DIAGRAM] he would have won the overall <Zurich Chess Challenge 2015>, e.g. 51.Kxg3 Bf4+ 52.Kg4 Rg2+ 53.Kh3 Rg3+ 54.Kh2 Rc3+ 55.Kg2 Rxc1 .
 
   Jul-29-15 A Belezky vs N Arsenault, 2005 (replies)
 
whiteshark: Deflection skewer followed by a cash-in skewer.
 
   Jul-28-15 V Zavoronkov vs V Bukhteeva, 2012 (replies)
 
whiteshark: <23. Rf1??> Heaven knows, we all make mistakes. That's life, and chess.
 
   Jul-27-15 E Bankert vs R Ehrler, 2007 (replies)
 
whiteshark: What a beginning of the week: <Smothered Monday incl ♕ sac! >
 
   Jul-27-15 E J Diemer vs M Kloss, 1950
 
whiteshark: <7.Ne5> is called <Nimzowitsch Attack> here. In German (Freidl- Das moderne BDG IV) it's the <Vorposten>-Variante (<outpost>-variation), a term <Nimzowitsch> used/defined in his book <My System> 1st book, chapter 2 (on open files), point 6 ...
 
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Rapture of deep chess

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May-06-15
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  whiteshark: <ToTheDeath:> Thanks, and thanks for dropping by.

It's only me after white opened with 1.e4. :D
But to be honest I've no idea.

May-09-15
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  whiteshark: During the last week I've 'collected' almost 900 <FAKE> accounts so far.

[Numb3rs + others]

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May-09-15
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tbc...

May-09-15
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That's <172> so far.

tbc..

May-09-15
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May-09-15
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May-09-15
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May-09-15
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  Pyke: Re <Fake accounts> How? And more importantly, why? I am sure I am missing some vital info here ... ;-)

Hope all is well with you, <Whiteshark>.

P.S.: Fake accounts, I somehow became a believer that <CG> should really enforce a ONE account per person only policy.

May-11-15
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  whiteshark: <Pyke> These are fake account as they (almost) never kibitzed, didn't put any infos in the box nor did the barely come back again. I think ceegee created most of them back then to push the numb3rs of registered users to attract potential investors.

Today theses accounts are used by the likes of OhioChessFan chessforum, User: chancho and User: jessicafischerqueen to post

User: funny

User: BLUE

User: link

User: mass

User: age

User: sss

in ser

User: 4444

User: roo

User: mss

;)

May-12-15  8284: <Pyke> You'd actually kill me???
May-12-15
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  whiteshark: [ GRE...]

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May-12-15
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May-12-15
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May-12-15
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User: kaa User: Kah User: kar User: kay User: kayo User: Kell User: kelly User: Kelly User: ken User: ket User: kevin User: keyes User: kid User: kill User: kks User: kleer User: know User: koda User: kooky User: Kool User: kum User: kurt

May-12-15
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User: lulz

May-14-15
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  Pyke: <Whiteshark> Thanks for the info and nice theory ... ;-) Haha ...
May-14-15
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  Pyke: <8284> Nah, and killing is just such a bad and strong word.

I like the lines in your profile. Don't get the math thingm though ... ;-)

Jun-20-15
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  whiteshark: here you are, <parisattack>: http://safelinkreview.com/en/cost/s...
Jun-20-15
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  whiteshark: Go <1.Nh3> go, ftw!
Jun-20-15
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  whiteshark: Thou shalt honor thy scanners ;)
Jun-26-15
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  tpstar: <whiteshark> Here's a nice major piece endgame = G Tkachenko vs G Kuzmin, 1989
Jul-14-15
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  whiteshark: <H. Rinck>, Sala Imperio, 1916 - <White to move <wins>>


click for larger view

Jul-24-15
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  whiteshark: <relative value of chess pieces> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess_...
Jul-24-15
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  parisattack: Interesting...thanks for posting.

I wonder how Berliner arrived at his evaluations?

Some extra for the synergy of 2Bs?

Jul-25-15
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  whiteshark: <parisattack: I wonder how Berliner arrived at his evaluations?>

In the intro of chapter 1 he wrote:

"This description of [values of /ws] advantages is based on:

a) 30 years of top US over-the­ board chess play;

b) The most outstanding record in world-class correspondence chess ever compiled;

c) Extensive experience in im­plementing these ideas for computer use."

<Some extra for the synergy of 2Bs?> There is no explicit mention of it in the book.

When reading over this chapter you get an idea of how dynamic these (relative) values are, always depending on the specific circumstances.

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