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Chessfugitive
Member since Oct-05-11 · Last seen Sep-22-12
I am from Barbados. CM 2100+ rated.Favourites Robert James Fischer, Garry Kasparov, Capablanca, Tal, Alekhine. Playing strength: 2200+ Analysis strength: 2500+
Time management: Above average
Style: None
Best Chess Player ever: Garry Kasparov
Greatest player ever: Robert James Fischer

   Chessfugitive has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-11 Carlsen vs Gelfand, 2011 (replies)
 
Chessfugitive: @Chesscubers. This game is a demonstration of Carlsen's true strength.
 
   Oct-25-11 L Havlicek vs Adams, 2009 (replies)
 
Chessfugitive: Beautiful defence, I can now appreciate this opening and style of play! 4... Bb4+ 5... Be7 Most players will never understand what that does!
 
   Oct-24-11 Carlsen vs H Harestad, 2003 (replies)
 
Chessfugitive: Hans K H-Arrested
 
   Oct-23-11 Ehlvest vs Kramnik, 1995
 
Chessfugitive: Very nice, patient defence.
 
   Oct-23-11 Van Wely vs Anand, 1991
 
Chessfugitive: Vishy's 18th g5 is a geat shot.
 
   Oct-18-11 Karpov vs Anand, 2002
 
Chessfugitive: <skakmiv> Can't ever underestimate great players even if they're rating has dropped.
 
   Oct-18-11 F Vallejo Pons vs Anand, 2002
 
Chessfugitive: Reminds me of Nakamura Vs Carlsen (Bilbao 2011)
 
   Oct-18-11 Karpov vs Anand, 2000
 
Chessfugitive: 30... a5!? i dont see 30... f6 as necessary immediately.
 
   Oct-18-11 B Avrukh vs Anand, 2000
 
Chessfugitive: Nice Close out, QxR!
 
   Oct-17-11 REBEL vs Anand, 1998 (replies)
 
Chessfugitive: This is a little unfair to the computer. The final material (not positional) evaluation is 14 pawns to 13 pawns. Is it still near impossible to strike a balance between the combinations of pieces and their evaluations in computer chess? For e.g the Rook Knight and pawn vs ...
 
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