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EvigOptimist
Member since Nov-30-08 · Last seen Feb-17-16
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   EvigOptimist has kibitzed 52 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Feb-17-16 Tata Steel Masters (2016) (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: AylerKupp - You must have made an error in your spreadsheet, because with your calculations Magnus won more points with black AND white for those games that he won. Carlsen has White, Carlsen wins +73.42 Carlsen has Black, Carlsen wins +36.22 compared to Carlsen has ...
 
   Feb-23-13 Hans Arild Runde (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: To all the Anand fans that has gone through a tough period: Anand was the Best player in the World with the black pieces in 2010 and 2011! Not bad!
 
   Jan-31-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: Two more team members were only a guess from the newspaper (it could be 0). But Hammer is a guess, I think he is studying at the university?
 
   Jan-19-13 Tata Steel Group A (2013) (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: =Daisuki could you run a simulation as if the candidate toutnament in march would been run in Kazan style. 4+4+6 game matches? What would Magnus winning chance be? 30%? And the others?
 
   Oct-02-09 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: <Everett: When he and Karpov were still 1-2 in the chess world, what do you think was the biggest chess event in 1992? Fischer-Spassky, a 20-year-old rehash.> Or think about Pele against Maradonna in soccer.
 
   Jul-09-09 Dortmund Sparkassen (2009) (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: Number of moves played so far in the tournament: Kramnik ..182 Leko .....186 Bacrot ...241 Carlsen ..266 Jakovenko 286 Naiditsch 311
 
   Mar-05-09 Jon Ludvig Hammer (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: grattis!
 
   Mar-02-09 Linares (2009) (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: Performance: http://www.chesscenter.com/twic/twi...
 
   Feb-17-09 lostemperor chessforum (replies)
 
EvigOptimist: 1. Carlsen +2 2. Aronian +2 3. Anand +1 4. Grischuk 0 5. Yue -1 6. Radjabov -1 7. Ivanchuk -1 8. Dominiguez -2 (rank after tiebreaks)
 
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