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BabsonTask
Member since Apr-15-05 · Last seen Feb-05-16
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   BabsonTask has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Mar-07-15 Alberto A Artidiello (replies)
 
BabsonTask: Very sad to die so young. Condolences his family and friends.
 
   Feb-19-13 D K Johansen vs I Rogers, 1980 (replies)
 
BabsonTask: @morfishine "This whole sequence seems suspect since it implies that its OK to pick up one's piece(s), check out various squares, and even return the piece(s) to the original square while one continues his/her analysis, all in the middle of a tournament game!?" It's absolutely ...
 
   Jan-18-06 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
BabsonTask: Tal quote :Help required In my library I have a chess book that quotes a russian grandmaster, when asked about strong players, saying something along the lines of "Of course, none of us can hold a candle to Mischa" After checking the most likely candidates I can't find the ...
 
   May-22-05 Sultan Khan vs Menchik, 1932 (replies)
 
BabsonTask: It is one of the great examples of natural justice that Becker, who suggested that any man losing to Menchik would join the "Menchik Club", became its first member. I like to imagine Vera having a glass of champagne sent to his table the evening after their game, just to say ...
 
   May-02-05 Nakamura vs Sasikiran, 2005 (replies)
 
BabsonTask: While we're on the subject of 2.Qh5... Naka (Smallville) had a little accident in a blitz game on ICC the other day. It's only a blitz game, still... [Event "ICC 3 0"] [Site "Internet Chess Club"] [Date "2005.04.28"] [White "Smallville"] [Black "nulletokkpokk"] ...
 
   May-02-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
BabsonTask: Six degrees? Only a handshake away... In the early 80's, the Melbourne Chess Club had a blitz tourney every Friday night - 1st prize $50. At the time, this attracted Rogers, Depasquale, Solomon, Hjorth and other strong players who fancied their chances at picking up a nice bit ...
 
   Apr-30-05 Tal vs NN, 1973 (replies)
 
BabsonTask: The next paragraph on the article quoted by azaris above is : "And this is how I met Rashid Nezhmetdinov - one of the greatest combinational geniuses of all times. By the way, next day Tal won our return match by an even greater margin..." woodenbishop draws entirely the wrong ...
 
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