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Magnus Carlsen vs Peter Svidler
World Blitz Championship (2010) (blitz), Moscow RUS, rd 30, Nov-18
Spanish Game: Closed. Martinez Variation (C78)  ·  1-0



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Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: In fact, you have proven yourself a low-life, no-talent and narrowed-minded chess player. Just because you can't reach the next level does not mean someone else can't.

< LMAJ >: your attempt to insult just reflect who you are: you just can't get over the fact you will ever become anything in chess and you can't stand the fact there are many players out there much better than you!

Why am I arguing with an insane person? What a waste of my time!

Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: I feel really sorry for < Once > trying to make friend with someone who isn't worthy of companion.
Jun-28-11  shivasuri4: <tacticalmonster>,could you at least tell us your country?Is your exact rating 2225?
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  ZZpatzer: <...friend with someone who isn't worthy of companion.>

"Observe which side resorts to the most vociferous name-calling and you are likely to have identified the side with the weaker argument and they know it. " -C. Anderson

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  LIFE Master AJ: <tm> I have already made my mind up.

As I said before, the Internet is full of people making false claims, apparently you are just one more for that list ...

BTW, IF you sent me an e-mail and proved yourself to my satisfaction, I would never reveal who you are. (I am pretty sure I have never violated this.) So your "claim" about wanting to remain private is also false ...

Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: < shivasuri4 > No my rating isn't exactly 2225 fide. It is in the range of 2225-2250. if my rating is 2260 I will quote it as 2250 because it is in the range of 2250-2275. I am more conservatie so I post the lower bound of my rating.
Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: < LMAJ > like I said before, please don't go around saying " I am a master ". Fifty years ago, a master strength player is worthy of praise. Nowaday, rating inflation is such a serious problem most players who reach master rating are not master strength anyway.

As long as we continue to play chess, we will have chance to learn something new about the game. Keeping saying what < LMAJ > says sound really pathetic, as if the only thing matter in your life is to become a master in chess.

Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: < LMAJ > For someone who claims to be Christian you are incredably sceptical. There is no proof proving the bible is true and yet you believe in it. In this chess website, you constantly demand accurate and exact proof in order to trust someone's words. This is a double standard, in my opinion.
Jun-28-11  tacticalmonster: < ZZpazter > Here are the words from our beloved master < LMAJ >:


<Once> is just trying to be nice and AJ meets kindness with rudeness. This kind of post show AJ is emotionally immature and unstable. He is on the verge of going insane.

Jun-28-11  Blunderdome: <AJ:BTW, I was NOT saying that Svidler or Carlsen were incapable of playing 99 moves in a five minute game.>

I think the time control was 3+2, no? So they could have stretched those increments a while.

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  LIFE Master AJ: <Blundersome> I KNOW the game was a BLITZ game ... that was in the game header.

Someone else (in an e-mail) said it was 5+3, so I am not sure.

BUT - I am NOt brushing you off ... THANKS for your input.

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  LIFE Master AJ: <tm> I honestly think you are just a fake, a complete fraud.

AND - I think that IF you could prove me wrong ... in front of this whole website ... you would not miss that opportunity.

I would bet a paycheck on it.

Here's your big opportunity ... ... ...

Tell you something else. There are SO MANY complete spammers, frauds, and charlatans on the Internet today, I seriously doubt that ANYONE takes you seriously!

But - have a nice day.

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  LIFE Master AJ: BTW, many real masters HAVE told me who they were in an e-mail. They did not seem to have a problem with this. Occasionally, they have said that they wanted to remain anonymous.

Others they are professional (chess) teachers, and don't seem to mind letting everyone know who they are.

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  moronovich: <tacticalmonster>
I believe in you and the words of <AJ> are not to be taken serious.He sees enemies everywere.Even our esteemed <Once> has he managed to turn into someone against him.

<AJ> needs some professionel help IMO,but he doesn´t seem to look for it.Till then all "attacks" on his little rating are attacks on his person.

I wish you all the best on your further journey for the title and something tells me that your chances are very fine !

AJ has me on ignore.And how did I find out ? When I wanted to tell him that he did a fine job working on the truce.. ;)

Jun-29-11  tacticalmonster: < LMAJ > What I said is totally true.

< I would bet a paycheck on it. > If you pay me 200 US dollars, I can consider revealing my identity and my fide rating.

Jun-29-11  tacticalmonster: < LMAJ > FYI: My fide rating is no longer fide 2225 because today I lost to a 2050 fide rated player. Now my rating is in the 2225-2200 range. If you want to bet on "lie" about my fide 2225-2200 rating, we should bet 200 US dollars.

Oh! I forgot you are a Christian so any betting is off-limit. Am I right?

Jun-29-11  rogge: <Even our esteemed <Once> has he managed to turn into someone against him.>

<Once bitten, twice shy>? Hopefully not :)

Jun-29-11  SimonWebbsTiger: @tacticalmonster

there's no point in what you are doing since AJ doesn't have an ELO, doesn't rub shoulders with strong players in International Opens on a regular basis, and doesn't really recognise the new FIDE title's of Candidate Master (CM) or FIDE Master (FM)

Jun-29-11  tacticalmonster: < Simon > You are absolutely right. I guess one of the definition of insanity is the refusal to accept reasonable arguements.

I am just wasting my time. < LMAJ > is obviously crazy. The only reason I haven't put him on ignore is that sometime he does generate some useful chess columes.

Jun-29-11  SimonWebbsTiger: @tacticalmonster

no, AJ isn't insane. Irritating to the nth degree, perhaps, but he is in possession of his marbles.

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  Colonel Mortimer: The marbles are differently aligned that's all.
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  Domdaniel: We are all differently marbled.
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  Colonel Mortimer: Some more differently than others
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  beenthere240: Fun to look at this again after the Polgar grand prix win with RB vs R after missing an easy mate.
Oct-21-17  ZackyMuhammad: After 52. Be4 52...g3 is better.
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