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   Capabal has kibitzed 251 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-13 A Jakubiec vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
Capabal: Kamsky on twitter a year ago: <Gata Kamsky ‏@IGMGataKamsky 31 May Looking at the last few world chess champ matches, it makes me sad that chess at present is 80% preparation and only 20% is about the game. It's time to start looking at one of Fischer's greatest inventions,
   May-15-13 Computer (replies)
Capabal: Because the magnitude of the error is measured by the magnitude of the distance between best move and other moves. So even if there are fewer errors in positions where the best move is far ahead of all others, when these errors occur they weigh more. So itís not really surprising ...
   May-14-13 Kamsky vs Short, 1994 (replies)
Capabal: <hedgeh0g: It's unbelievable that Kamsky was able to get away with winning the match after his thug of a father's campaign of violence and intimidation against his opponent. I'd have thought behaviour like that would merit disqualification for the offending party.> Big ...
   May-07-13 Bridgeburner chessforum (replies)
   Apr-29-13 Karpov - Kasparov World Championship Match (1984/85) (replies)
Capabal: <Determining the Strength of Chess Players Based on Actual Play> by Diogo R. Ferreira, ICGA Journal, March 2012 Ferreira analyzed various matches and tournaments, among them all the K-K matches. Results of the K-K matches are copied ...
   Apr-29-13 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
Capabal: <nimh: Honestly, I don't have energy right now to do this. Was it really necessary to dig out a quote from a 4 year old post and attack me with lengthy posts and intelligence-insulting arguments? I have already explained why it's necessary to take into account all things involved
   Apr-24-13 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Capabal: <Petrosianic: Anyway, this latest exchange with Harry illustrates the difference in approach between me and the people I call fanboys better than any other has.> That was pretty well put. I follow tennis forums now and then and it is the same story there. Endless fantasizing ...
   Apr-19-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Capabal: <Honza Cervenka: <solskytz> <I'm probably around 2050 FIDE in strength. If I play a match against another 2050 - what would it matter if my opponent has an 1500 as a strategic consultant?> It would not probably matter much but who knows? Sometimes a weak amateur can ...
   Apr-18-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
Capabal: <Petrosianic: ...and I think part of that is due to the immediacy of the computer age. People don't hear about events months later any more, they follow them live. We can't even wait two months for a new rating list any more, hence Live Ratings updated daily.> Speaking of ...
   Apr-17-13 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
Capabal: <Chris00nj: According to the book "Endgame," this is the game that Bobby Fischer was convinced that proved the WC match "fixed", due to the consecutive number of moves Karpov made on the white squares.> Having squares of two different colors is a completely non-essential ...
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