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Champ Supernova
Member since Nov-30-04 · Last seen Aug-19-05
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   Champ Supernova has kibitzed 187 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: It would be wonderful for Judit to win this thing and become the World Champion. Then again, my money is on Topalov.
 
   Aug-19-05 Vasily Smyslov (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: It was Korchnoi, who said that Tal's play was just a "bag of tricks".
 
   Apr-09-05 Teimour Radjabov (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: It seems like everyone is drawing repetitively. It might be a tournament thing. Could they be boycotting the playing conditions. Anyway, Radjabov is still the sole leader of the pack and he is set to gain rating points.
 
   Apr-09-05 Samuel Reshevsky (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: <Mug> It is not there on pg.103 of Profile of a Prodigy by Frank Brady.
 
   Apr-09-05 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: Karpov could have been even greater had Fischer stuck around to get beaten by him in the 70's!!
 
   Apr-08-05 Nigel Short (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: In fact, he might make those lists of best players never to win the World Championship.
 
   Apr-07-05 John Alan Grefe (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: This guy is a hippy who has been homeless for a long time.
 
   Apr-07-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: d4 c5 allows the push of the pawn to d5?
 
   Apr-07-05 Pal Benko (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: <RookFile> LOL.
 
   Apr-07-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Champ Supernova: <ThomYorke> I agree with you 100%. Karpov's solid style would have given Fischer serious problems and I think that Fischer was indeed scared of losing his title in the first challenge. This cowardice robbed the chess world of a great exciting match and undermined ...
 
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