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   DeepFriedLiver has kibitzed 103 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-11-12 Y Yu vs K Grigoryan, 2012
DeepFriedLiver: By which of course I mean 23......Qe7 24 Nd6+ Kd8 25 Qxc8#
   Apr-23-12 Jeremy Lim (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Why bother going to Jersey when the Knicks are right across the river? Bad move, Carlsen.
   Apr-23-12 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: I'm watching the Nets-Sixers basketball game in New Jersey tonight, and I swear that Magnus is sitting in the front row, next to the announcer's table. Anybody else spot him? Or am I going crazy?
   Feb-12-12 I Sokolov vs G Pap, 2012 (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Pap smeared!
   Jan-19-12 V Gashimov vs Ivanchuk, 2012 (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Love the finish. If 36. Rxd5 then 36...Qf3 forking rook and knight (and mate). White cannot defend with 37. Ne3 because of 37...Qd1+ 38. Nxd1 cxd1=Q+ and mate to follow.
   Jan-12-12 Rybka (Computer) (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: <drik> Your definition of plagiarism is quite strict. By your definition, Robbolito did not plagiarize Rybka because the programmers made at least some original contribution.
   Dec-30-11 Giri vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Man up, Giri. If you are going to have the audacity to play 59. h5+, you should also have the courtesy to play 60. h6. Resigning after your cheap stalemate trap failed makes you look like a child.
   Dec-28-11 Giri vs Morozevich, 2011 (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Moro is back! I'm a little surprised he missed 32...Rxf4+ with mate to follow shortly, but a win is a win.
   Dec-27-11 Sopiko Guramishvili (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Wow she's grown up to be a real knockout!
   Dec-01-11 World Computer Chess Championship (2011) (replies)
DeepFriedLiver: Freedom isn't free. It costs folks like you and me. And if we don't all chip in, we'll never pay that bill. Freedom isn't free. No, there's a hefty f%#@in' fee. And if you don't throw in your buck 'o five, who will? Freedom costs a buck 'o five.
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