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Donald M Danlag vs Roland Schmaltz
US Open (2001), Framingham USA, rd 3, Aug-06
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Neo-Classsical Line (E99)  ·  0-1



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Dec-19-03  admeyer: I understand the 500 point differential, but White could have ade a better attempt to get in Nd3.
Dec-19-03  Dr Young: Schmaltz is an excellent blitz player. In fact, i think i've heard he's a world champion in bullet. I've seen him playin on server and he's by far the highest rated bullet player there.
Dec-19-03  euripides: I play these positions for both sides and I'm not sure what went so catatrophically wrong for White here. Perhaps 15 g4 woud be better though 15...fg 16 hg Bh3 looks awkward.
Mar-01-07  Rubenus: <Dr Young> Which username does he have there. There's an unknown person whose username is 'raffael', could he be that? By the way, I have heard that Hikaru Nakamura is the bullet champion.
May-14-07  nummerzwei: @Rubenus: Do you realize that the post you´re referring to is almost 4 years old?
Nov-18-07  Rubenus: No, not really. But why would someone suddenly stop playing there (has he been banned?)?
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  whiteshark: <Rubenus> Roland Schmaltz has won the world 1-minute chess championships 4 times consecutively.

He was the first breaking the magic barrier of 3,000 blitz rating!

He wrote <<The complete Chess Server Guide> everything you always wanted to know about playing chess on the net... but were afraid to ask>

His username was (is?) <hawkeye>

Hint: He mentioned Alexander Grischuk in his book. ;D

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