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Akuni
Member since Sep-04-06 · Last seen Dec-21-10
We rode on the winds of the rising storms,
We ran to the sound of thunder,
We danced among the lightning bolts,
And tore the world asunder
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   Akuni has kibitzed 122 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-09 Robert Lee Hess (replies)
 
Akuni: <MxxLange: The man also plays FOOTBALL: not like your European amusements where you are not allowed to physically attack each other, American football> The thing about real football is that even though you aren't allowed to attack people, players still do it, they're rebels as ...
 
   Jan-23-09 Corus Group A (2009) (replies)
 
Akuni: < notyetagm: GM Shipov on Carlsen-Karjakin: <29.Nxd5 [A slight surprise. <<<Is Carlsen again playing on his opponent's time-trouble? he has already missed wins against Aronian and Radjabov through doing so.>>> Surely he is not going to repeat the same mistake ...
 
   Nov-01-08 Magistral Internacional Ruibal (2008) (replies)
 
Akuni: It could be a purposeful attempt to deflate his own rating. Abut as likely as anything else I've heard. Except maybe that he's old and wants to do everything he couldn't do when he was a contender.
 
   Oct-29-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
 
Akuni: <Zaxcvd> Actually, your reasoning is slightly flawed (Even if you're scenario isn't, which Im not sure of), because under Obama's sytem the government will have more money. Thus more and better social services. You may even join almost every other First World Country in having ...
 
   Oct-19-08 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
 
Akuni: I just noticed an odd thing about Alekhine. During the years 1921-1933 almost all of his losses were with white. Normally he loses between 5-20 games each year, and normally only 2 or 3 were with Black. 1927 he had the most losses with black with 4/9.
 
   Oct-17-08 Kasparov - Anand PCA World Championship Match (1995) (replies)
 
Akuni: <offramp: Without a doubt one of the very worst matches in history. Definitely the worst World Championship match EVER.> Says the kibitzer who lists James Mason as his favorite player...
 
   Oct-11-08 Russian Championship Superfinal (2008) (replies)
 
Akuni: < Looking at the previous Superfinals it's about time that Svidler has a good year, he hasn't reached the top three before> He's won it four times, the last in 2003.
 
   Oct-04-08 Steinitz vs Tinsley, 1895 (replies)
 
Akuni: Wow, he's making fun of the Benoni long before it was ever fashionable to. Pity Tinsley didn't come up with b5, then we'd ahve seen some real fireworks.
 
   Sep-12-08 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
 
Akuni: < Spassky interestingly dropped in for a few days during the match, as did the legendary Miguel Najdorf, who when denied entry at the door of WTC, told the watchman, “Tell Garry (Kasparov) I am here. He will come down.” Word was sent up that a certain, Mr. Najdorf was down there. ...
 
   Sep-10-08 Grand Slam Chess Final (2008) (replies)
 
Akuni: If Aronian wins (which seems likely) stadings are: Topalov 13 Aronian 12 Carlsen 11 Ivanchuk 11 Anand 6 Radjabov 6 So in theory, anyone but Anand or Radjabov could win with 2 rounds left to play and 6 points left to win. If Anand manages a draw then Topalov 13 Carlsen ...
 
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