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Cardinal Fang
Member since Feb-23-09
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   Cardinal Fang has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-25-22 Michael Basman
Cardinal Fang: RIP Mike Basman. Truly original player, inspiring human being, one of a kind.
   Aug-20-19 Leonard Barden (replies)
Cardinal Fang: <Sally Simpson> You're welcome to. Thank you.
   Nov-13-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
Cardinal Fang: From Fox & James' "Complete Chess Addict" :- "Canadian IM Lawrence Day played the 1972 Toronto Championship while stoned on grass. 'Really it was a disaster, result-wise,' he says."
   Nov-18-14 Maximilian Fleissig
Cardinal Fang: Died January 23, 1919.
   Nov-03-14 A Elwin vs R Hughes, 2014 (replies)
Cardinal Fang: Santasiere vs R Byrne, 1946
   May-19-14 Z Veroci vs N Alexandria, 1984 (replies)
Cardinal Fang: <Chess Dad> 27... Nd7 was the only way of preventing 28. Qf8#.
   Aug-12-12 Polugaevsky vs Smyslov, 1979 (replies)
Cardinal Fang: CG, please don't put the kibitzing on the sides rather than at the bottom. It would make it impossible to focus on the moves and at the same time ignore the kibitzing.
   Aug-11-12 Lutikov vs L Aronson, 1957 (replies)
Cardinal Fang: I assume that at the time Lutikov played this combination, he would have received not only a gracious handshake from his opponent, but also an enthusiastic round of applause from the audience - whether it was made up of grown-ups or indeed of children.
   Aug-02-12 S L Green (replies)
Cardinal Fang: Playing on board 3 for the U.S. Virgin Islands at the 1974 Nice Olympiad, S.L. Green scored 0 out of 15.
   May-21-12 Benjamin vs N Gamboa, 1995 (replies)
Cardinal Fang: I scrolled down only as far as the sixth rank before solving this. I saw the black diagonal across the Black King, figured there had to be a Bishop ranging along it, and that therefore the Queen had to be hitting c6, followed by mate from either the other Bishop going to a6, ...
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