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Ken MacGillivray
Member since Apr-08-03 · Last seen Oct-12-15
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   Ken MacGillivray has kibitzed 134 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-02-14 Alexander Sellman (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: <dernier thylacine> <Excuse too my poor english, I am a Frenchman...> No need to apologise monsiuer, au contraire, my french is crap and I am envious of people who are multilingual.
   Aug-23-13 Vesna Rozic (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: A tragic loss. MY sympathy to her family and friends.
   Jun-01-13 Kevin Spraggett (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: many thanks to LucB and whiteshark for your information. I am now able to access Kevin's blog and my routine is back in good shape.
   May-15-13 N Aggelis vs A Heimann, 2012 (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: I'm with you Patriot 31.Qe7
   Apr-21-13 Zong-Yuan Zhao (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: Excellent result for Zhao, winning the 2013 Bangkok open outright with an undefeated score of 7.5/9. Congratulations on another very impressive performance.
   Apr-02-13 James Morris (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: A sad day for the Australian chess community. I endorse piltdown man's sentiments.
   Jan-23-13 Lilienthal vs Kotov, 1948 (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: <patzer2: it is difficult to come up with a technical term for a chess tactic to precisely categorize 27...Rd7!> It is a combination of 2 motifs; (1) deflection, preventing the queen accessing d7; and (2) closing a line, the d file preventing the rook from reaching d8
   Oct-18-12 Svidler vs Vitiugov, 2012 (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: Thanks for clearing that up.
   Aug-16-12 Svetozar Gligoric (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: Farewell to a champion chess player, and more importantly a champion and classy human being.
   Jun-02-12 Boris Gelfand (replies)
Ken MacGillivray: <Call Me TC><: Here's a word: LOSER> wish I had the chess skills to be such a LOSER and come home with prizemoney of $1.02 million. On second thoughts, forget the money, wish I had the skills to win the right to be world champion challenger, that would be reward
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