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Ghoul
Member since Nov-25-02 · Last seen Dec-21-02
I am a high school junior, I play first board on my high school chess team (I am the only girl member, but it is all right), and hope to get my rating over 1700 before I turn seventeen in May. I also play tennis on my high school's number two doubles team. I love to play defense and play the King's Indian and the Russian Game. I open d4 as white, but have not found a forcing variation, or even general theme, that I am happy with. I am exploring b3, but have only played it against my computer. I play most of my games against the computer.

   Ghoul has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-21-02 Mikhail Botvinnik (replies)
 
Ghoul: Is this really from chessgames.com? You are glad to see him back when he is doing the same thing by implying Kulla Tierchen is a fool and a member of the Taliban? You misspell Kulla Tierchen's first and last names repeatedly and downplay what this other person posted in the past. He ...
 
   Dec-20-02 NN (replies)
 
Ghoul: Beauty cannot be artificial.
 
   Dec-20-02 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Ghoul: FIDE isn't very good and neither is rapid chess.
 
   Dec-18-02 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
 
Ghoul: Alekhine is hard to figure out.
 
   Dec-18-02 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Ghoul: Fischer trampled a lot of great players before he got so sick he could not play anymore. He was so good because his whole life was chess. He did not need to discipline himself to study because he no desires to do anything else. This helped make him the very best for a while, but it ...
 
   Dec-18-02 Oll vs Anand, 1993 (replies)
 
Ghoul: You have outdone yourself here.
 
   Dec-13-02 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1935 (replies)
 
Ghoul: That is a very candid response.
 
   Dec-13-02 Boleslavsky vs Bronstein, 1950 (replies)
 
Ghoul: This is a critical game, the winner plays for the world championship. I am not surprised black prepared something for the opening. It is the wild play in their previous game which is surprising to me.
 
   Dec-11-02 Judit Polgar vs Spassky, 1993 (replies)
 
Ghoul: It was a ten game match in Budapest in February 1993. Polgar won games two, four and eight; Spassky won games three and ten.
 
   Dec-11-02 Oll vs A Dreev, 1989 (replies)
 
Ghoul: I like your reports on those people.
 
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