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Member since Nov-16-05
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   Guest1825 has kibitzed 71 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-10-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Guest1825: Magnus blitz against Rainn Wilson, talking smack - Follow the game here - (Because I had nothing better to do at the time.)
   Dec-07-05 Odd Lie (replies)
Guest1825: <AJ <guest1825> I see you criticizing me all the time ... I never hear you saying 'boo' to a troll. Which makes me wonder ... And since your account was just cteated on Nov. 16th, 2005 ... I don't have any doubt that you are a dupe. (But have a nice day.)> > HA
   Dec-06-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Guest1825: <<applause>> for <You Rang> But he forgot to thank the catering service.
   Dec-06-05 Duchamp vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1931 (replies)
Guest1825: <majick> ok, this is only funny if you know the book, but how about, "How Not to Draw Artists" as a pun? And is, "The Art of Making Draw" too obscure?
   Dec-06-05 Morphy vs James Thompson, 1859 (replies)
Guest1825: Got it. My dendrites fired this visual at 64 milliseconds:"25.Sac" but the synaptic response didn't release the calcium ions into consciousness until midway between the 67th and 68th millisecond. This is only because my brain is running on an analog biological clock, and has to ...
   Dec-05-05 Zhaoqin Peng vs A van Weersel, 2005 (replies)
Guest1825: <Ger7ry if Black offered me a draw...I'd take it.> me too. I loathe to play NvB endgames, great one though! The pun I mean, not the endgame.
   Dec-05-05 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
Guest1825: This is a follow-up re:Zsofia... I found this link to positions in a few of Zsofia's games, and thought it might interest other users, especially if they are like me and didn't realize there was a third sister. (Now I've got to go put "Breaking
   Dec-05-05 B Ivanovic vs Ftacnik, 1982 (replies)
Guest1825: ` Just one of L.Ftacnik's 1000xCheckmates. Very sweet! I'm still learning how to navigate the opening explorer, which is limited for trial-period users. So, does anyone know how far opening theory reaches in this particular game?
   Dec-03-05 Einstein vs Oppenheimer, 1933 (replies)
Guest1825: <SEMENELIN> after 9...e7? Einstein was just riding 'auto-mode' until move 19.Nd2, the first free decision in 10 moves, which he used to set up the discovery/pin combo on the queen. Oppenheimer lost the game through the use of overly-aggressive pawns.
   Dec-02-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
Guest1825: <ughaibu> historically, the only way you could communicate on the internet was all lower-case, the remnants of this are still evident in all lower-case email addresses. nowadays, netiquette- the rules of grammer/syntax for internet writing, states that it is not only ...
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