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Loser Of Threads
Member since Sep-20-10 · Last seen Oct-25-10
i hang pieces like it's my job

   Loser Of Threads has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-10 Charousek vs Pillsbury, 1896 (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: pretty. what a pleasant surprise it is to stumble upon such a game.
 
   Sep-20-10 Spassky vs Taimanov, 1956 (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: 26.Qg3 - i've kinda been staring at this position for like 20 minutes...i don't think i would even consider this move. i would only be thinking about making 26.Nf5 work, you know what i mean? i would probably say to myself <i just need to guard e5 so i can play Nf5 ...
 
   Sep-20-10 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: omg i was just kidding, sorry. i've been visiting the site for a while and reading the discussions, but just now finally signed up. i really didn't mean it in a mean-spirited way, i promise. but come on, the rogoff page is a little bit nuts. you can't deny it. that's why i
 
   Sep-20-10 Yelena Dembo (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: yeah, but the complete absence of subtlety is somewhat disappointing, don't you think?
 
   Sep-20-10 Larsen vs Petrosian, 1966 (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: i find the discussion regarding the difficulty of finding the queen sac to be very interesting. ok, i've seen the position before too. and yeah, it's in a puzzle, so you look at the queen sac. but would i find such a move in a real game? i'd like to think that i would at ...
 
   Sep-20-10 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: omg you guys are nuts :) we should all get together and sign up on some political message board and hijack it for the purposes of discussing the impact of the petroff on the 1.e4 demographic i'm serious we should it would be funny
 
   Sep-20-10 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
 
Loser Of Threads: omg <Pillsbury was at least level with Morphy, and probably stronger> <Morphy did dominate all of his opponents and was probably the strongest player of his time> <Morphy and Pillsbury had very similiar careers and records and played roughly during the same
 
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