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   Archswindler has kibitzed 87 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-24-13 FIDE World Championship Knockout Tournament (1999) (replies)
Archswindler: I like to view Kramnik's victory in the 2006 reunification match as the victory of the classical line over the FIDE line and thus, as members of the defeated line, the FIDE champions should be struck from the record. Either way, Khalifman, Ponomariov, Kazimdzhanov and Topalov ...
   May-09-13 Carlsen vs Anand, 2013 (replies)
Archswindler: Has Ulhumbrus got round to rejecting the Najdorf yet? Surely the grave error of 5...a6 can't have escaped his attention.
   Apr-28-13 Topalov vs Mamedyarov, 2013 (replies)
Archswindler: <Ulhumbrus: Black has disturbed his king side pawns by the pawn advance ...h6 whereas White's queen side pawns are still intact.> Which means precisely nothing.
   Apr-20-13 Kamsky vs Topalov, 2013 (replies)
Archswindler: <Ulhumbrus: An alternative to 12 a3 is 12 d5 with a4 to follow An alternative to 14 Rad4 is 14 Nxf4 with Nf5 to follow> Breaking news - some positions contain more than one legal move.
   Apr-12-13 Carlsen vs Ivanchuk, 2013 (replies)
Archswindler: <Ulhumbrus> 9. Qd3?? is complete rubbish and is met by 9... Ne5 10. Qe2 Bxc3 11. bxc3 Nxe4 and white has lost a pawn and his position is a mess. Note that 12. Bf4 is met by 12... Nd3+.
   Apr-06-13 Tukmakov vs E Magerramov, 1983 (replies)
Archswindler: <MostlyWatch: If this is taboo, forgive me because I'm new here, but I don't understand, chrisowen, what you write. Are you crazy or are you writing in code? Anyone?> I'm guessing crazy. Sane people post gibberish on occasion, but I think you have to be quite special to ...
   Apr-05-13 P Johner vs J Mieses, 1924 (replies)
Archswindler: <ughaibu: I guess 33...dxc5, 34.Qe5 Kd8, 35.d6 is pretty hopeless for black, but how about 33...bxc5, 34.Rb8 Qb8, 35.Rb8 Rb8?> 33... bxc5 34.Rxc5+!
   Apr-03-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
Archswindler: <BadKnight: how many of you think that giving draw odds to the champion is historically one of the most unfair of all customs imaginable?> Not me. The Champion already holds the title. The onus is on the challenger to wrest the title from him. In chess, a draw is a ...
   Apr-03-13 Aronian vs Radjabov, 2013 (replies)
Archswindler: <perfidious> That game does in fact contain a typically inane Ulhumbrus comment. It's becoming increasingly hard to find a game that doesn't. You would think someone who has evidently studied so many master games might actually have learned something by now, but no. 100+ ...
   Apr-01-13 Capablanca vs Reti, 1928 (replies)
Archswindler: <RookFile> Ulhumbrus hates all pawn moves in the opening. Especially a3.
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