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Member since Aug-27-04 · Last seen Aug-28-14
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   Bogdanel has kibitzed 243 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-11-14 Salov vs Polgar, 1992 (replies)
Bogdanel: Chessgames, ...27. Qd6 must be a mistake
   Nov-05-05 Ragozin vs Veresov, 1945 (replies)
Bogdanel: not even close. Phew!
   Oct-16-05 Veselin Topalov (replies)
Bogdanel: The issue was whether Kramnik is or isn't the type of player who can score big plus scores in tournements. Since he won only one tournement with a +4 score, long time ago, I guess we can fairly conclude he is not that type of player. Here it's not about Kramink playing drawish or ...
   Oct-16-05 Alexander Grischuk (replies)
Bogdanel: Yes, he plays blitz and bullet on Quiet divinely, I would say
   Oct-14-05 Susan Polgar (replies)
Bogdanel: Mrs Polgar, would you tell us which part of your play do you consider to be your strong point?Would it be opening preparation, tactics, planing, the endgame? I know that a strong GM is well prepared in all the aspects of the game. But I'm sure you have a preference. Thanks
   Oct-13-05 Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu (replies)
Bogdanel: Congratulations GM Nisipeanu, for being the first romanian player to break the 2700 "sound barrier". Way to go!
   Oct-11-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Bogdanel: <If the winner of San Luis is not interested then he [Kramnik] will go on with his own cycle> Sorry, but there's no such thing as Kramnik's cycle. As well as there's no organization behind him and his title. The only "cycle" for Kramnik's title was Dortmund 2002, and it was ...
   Oct-10-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
Bogdanel: try, is free and you can watch all games.
   Oct-10-05 Adams vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
Bogdanel: Kasim resigned in 29 moves.
   Oct-10-05 English (A10) (replies)
Bogdanel: I play the King's Indian vs 1.c4. I don't see how white can do better if he doesen't play d4 at some moment...never had serious problems against 1.c4...but maybe because I played only internet blitz against this opening, and probably against not very strong players. If someone good
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