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Cerebrum Of Tal
Member since Feb-10-06 · Last seen Apr-06-06
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   Cerebrum Of Tal has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-06-06 Mikhail Tal (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: I hope that poll includes Nezhmetdinov Rashid... coz I'll give my vote to him.
   Apr-01-06 Kudrin vs R Douven, 1989 (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: Nice puzzle! nice game! reminds me of Akiba Rubinstein...
   Apr-01-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: If his nationality been Filipino, he could have the potential for big politics... like running for senate or even for presidency... :) At least, there is life after chess...
   Mar-31-06 Tal vs Spassky, 1980 (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: Tal and Spassky love to mix it up everytime they play and in the process produced games of enduring beauty and inspiration. Another brilliant game from the two great chess players...
   Mar-29-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: <ughaibu> sorry, but I got it after reviewing all the games where he won as black. Topalov vs Kramnik Linares 1997. It's not a mating attack after all, however it's the analyses after his move B-g4 and N-g4 that created an impression on me then. <Akavall> Thanks.
   Mar-26-06 Garry Kasparov (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: <Tribune>, I advised -please read Kasparov's books THE TEST OF TIME and FIGHTING CHESS.I'm sure you'll change your opinion,or if not at least you will have respect for the man. "under achiever" NAH!!
   Mar-24-06 Leonid Stein (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: Wade, in his book SOVIET CHESS made the following statement- His play is like that of Tal, his attacks and combinations too,though not as fluid as that of Tal, but it matches the ferocity and determination...
   Mar-19-06 Veselin Topalov (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: I'm electing Bobby Fischer. The most popular chess player. He can run for President too, if the country's Constitution will allow him. Kramnik is history. He is medically unfit to face the rigors of chess tournaments.
   Mar-19-06 Rodolfo Cardoso vs Petrosian, 1975 (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: Petrosian likes his King to roam around. In his game against Fischer, his King just sprinted away leaving Fischers' two queens(!!) behind. In his game against Kasparov, his king attacks the opponents pieces resulting to Kasparovs' loss. Typical Petrosian...
   Mar-18-06 Fischer vs G Thornell, 1964 (replies)
Cerebrum Of Tal: I think Fischer explained his 2.Nf3? as something of a blindspot or automatic move. Well, probably after this Bobby made a serious look at Alekhine's Defense and used it successfully against Spassky in 1972.
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