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JaneEyre
Member since Oct-18-08
Jane Eyre 1973: http://themave.com/je/

   JaneEyre has kibitzed 310 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-16-10 de Firmian vs Dlugy, 1985 (replies)
 
JaneEyre: Good question. Apparently, Nick played 28.Qf3.
 
   Jan-15-10 Nigel Short (replies)
 
JaneEyre: <and the hard-liners were afraid that even England might go red.> No cricket-playing country has ever gone Red.
 
   Jan-15-10 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
JaneEyre: <When you treat everyone equally you are not a bigot.> That's a very liberal sentiment. On the contrary, discrimination is a key conservative principle.
 
   Jan-14-10 Ben de Cat (replies)
 
JaneEyre: <There is no difference there between a cat or a man.> I think this should give us all paws for thought. <BOSTON -- Duty calls for an East Boston resident. Someone is getting called for jury duty...but it's no human. A family is trying to figure out how their pet cat was ...
 
   Jan-13-10 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
JaneEyre: I thought you had me on Ignore. Lying @#$%!
 
   Jan-12-10 Boris Spassky (replies)
 
JaneEyre: Karpov's making two pertinent points about Spassky's play in that event. 1) That Spassky tried his utmost, including the use of his favourite opening systems and preparation whilst Karpov kept some of his powder dry. 2)That Spassky's play against his fellow frontrunners was still ...
 
   Jan-09-10 Carlsen vs Ivanchuk, 2009
 
JaneEyre: Carlsen seems to be very fond of the move f3.
 
   Jan-08-10 Keith Arkell (replies)
 
JaneEyre: <What kind of tournaments are being counted?> For many years, Arkell and Mark Hebden were kings of the weekend rapidplays.
 
   Jan-08-10 Alexandra Kosteniuk (replies)
 
JaneEyre: <lost in 21 moves but i made her think for a moment on move 19. She changed her posture four or five times i was on toppa the world!> Reminds of an old cricket joke. Told to a bowler: 'You've got him in two minds. He doesn't know whether to hit you for 4 or 6.'
 
   Jan-04-10 Stuart C Conquest (replies)
 
JaneEyre: Stuart makes an appearance at a chess boxing bout: http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/20...
 
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