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Animus Archetype
Member since Oct-07-05 · Last seen Oct-11-05
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   Animus Archetype has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-11-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: I agree with <Hesam7> in all of these facts except in one, Kramnik its not WC, thats completely wrong, if that match its going to take place it should be Kasparov-Topalov or somebody else, Kramnik never win the candidated match so he its not a champion, and nobody ...
 
   Oct-11-05 Svidler vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: Damn it!!!! Topalov needed a draw to go comfortable in the Lead!!
 
   Oct-11-05 Peter Svidler (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: I never tought Svidler was going to be fighting the chance to win San Luis, and i impressed!!!! nice done Svidler!! Anand and Leko have dissapointed me, specially Leko from whom i expected a lot more; Anand has still remote chances.
 
   Oct-10-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: Plese Moro, dont let Svidler win.....
 
   Oct-10-05 Judit Polgar (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: What a misserable tournament for Polgar, for christ sake!!!
 
   Oct-10-05 Veselin Topalov (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: Topalov its the man (to use <AgentRgent> words) and the man its playing like a Champion, he its showing why he will got the WC tittle, go topalov!!
 
   Oct-09-05 Adams vs Kramnik, 2005 (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: I agree, and this game its a fine example of what a beatifull game can be.
 
   Oct-09-05 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
 
Animus Archetype: Susan Polgar, i agree with everything you said, specially with this part: <Why does Kramnik deserve special treatment when all other players have to follow FIDE rules when it comes to format, time control, etc.? FIDE and Kramnik can do whatever they want. That is their ...
 
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