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Member since Jun-17-17 · Last seen Jan-23-18
As the name suggests I'm a car enthusiast. Loves to play chess recreationally. Recently though I've entered some tournaments with great success.

3rd Year Mechanical Engineering student.

My Top 5 favorite chess players: No particular order

1. Paul Morphy
2. Bobby Fischer
3. Jose Raul Capablanca
4. Mikhail Tal
5. Rashid Nezhmetdinov.

Other mentions:

1. Gioachino Greco
2. La Bourdonnais

I'm on Chess and Lichess. If you would like to play with me please message me. :)

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   GT3RS has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-18 Euwe - Alekhine World Championship Rematch (1937) (replies)
GT3RS: <keypusher> <I'm sure Petrosianic knows way more about the 1948 championship than you do, since he's written a lot about it, citing contemporaneous sources, which you have not done. > Oh snap. I see citing obvious stuff (on internet) makes you more credible. Sorry breh. ...
   Jan-15-18 Botvinnik - Smyslov World Championship Match (1957) (replies)
GT3RS: Smyslov demolishing one of the weakest and overrated champions in history.
   Jan-15-18 FIDE World Championship Tournament (1948) (replies)
GT3RS: My man Botvinik had an easy ride. Didn't have to face Euwe due to his strong influence. Of course this doesn't prevent him from being one of the weakest champions in history. Haha
   Jan-14-18 Tal vs Karpov, 1987 (replies)
GT3RS: I think Karpov and Tal probably told each other: Hey lets play like a patzer today and troll everyone. 12. Be6 is suspicious. (you wouldn't expect a GM let alone a world class GM make that move) 21. Gxh5 (????) - Not sure about this move. Would be great if someone can explain. 22. Nf6
   Jan-14-18 R Byrne vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
GT3RS: Fischer was built in a lab. A brilliant and underrated short game. Bryne made no obvious error leading up to the fatal queen move or should I say rook move. From what I've read there was a lengthy analytic artillery exchange via articles in chess publications afterward as Soviet ...
   Jan-10-18 R Nezhmetdinov vs M Ujtelky, 1964 (replies)
GT3RS: This is one of the craziest games I've ever seen. Reminds me of Tal vs Koblents. 45. Nxe6 (not sure what Nez was thinking. I guess he never learned to defend). but 52. Qe5 was a decisive mistake. Weird, but a brilliant loss.
   Jan-06-18 Saidy vs Fischer, 1964 (replies)
GT3RS: And I think you're my most annoying follower to date. It's good to follow your superiors, but damn stay in your lane until called upon ok? That's your first lesson. :)
   Dec-17-17 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
GT3RS: <AylerKupp> < I didn't realize that you, like <Joshka> sees conspiracy theories surrounding Fischer everywhere you turn. And so many of your comments are so untrue> That's cool. I think it's a great discussion and I don't mean to claim that I know everything, but ...
   Dec-15-17 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
GT3RS: On another note: This game is fascinating to be honest. Fischer had black in Game 1 like Spassky in this game. Spassky played 20.Bxh2 (the move Fischer played in Game 1 - one of the reasons he lost). In this game the move equalizes white's slightly inferior position. In the end he ...
   Dec-12-17 R Nezhmetdinov vs O Chernikov, 1962 (replies)
GT3RS: This is probably the greatest Queen Sac in history. If you wanted to introduce someone to an attacker then it would be Super Nez.
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