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   Lt.Surena has kibitzed 118 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-07-17 USSR Championship (1973) (replies)
Lt.Surena: <Straclonoor: > The resident 007 Secret Agent Man (aka. the author of above Intro. User: suenteus) likes to add a little drama to the mix by dropping the KGB name above. Not to mention adding Bobby's name to the Soviet Championship tournament which he never attended ...
   Oct-14-16 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
Lt.Surena: Bobby was a very shrewd individual. He would have played Karpov if he knew he could beat him. But Bobby knew had no chance in hell. He had seen/followed Karpov's games and Bobby was afraid so Bobby CHICKENED out. His old bag of tricks was no longer available to him such as ...
   Aug-28-16 Petrosian - Korchnoi Candidates Semifinal (1971) (replies)
Lt.Surena: Why did Fine decline to play in the 1948 WC tournament? Because Fine was a COWARD like Fischer. Fine came up with several different excuses over the years. The same way Bobby tried to pin the blame for his 7 losses in Curacao on others. It's an old phenomena in the USA. We are ...
   Aug-24-16 Korchnoi vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
Lt.Surena: Maybe Bobby thought it was all like the 1970 Interzonal after all. Benko was paid off under the table by the gangsters at USCF so Bobby could take Benko's place. Five other players who were eligible ahead of Bobby were also told to take a hike by the USCF. This scam was done all ...
   Jul-25-16 Tal vs Petrosian, 1967 (replies)
Lt.Surena: For Petrosian haters aka. "Russian" Haters/racists: 1. T. Petrosian Gold medal winner table one 1966 Havana Olympiad. With Bobby, Portish, Larsen, etc present. 2. T. Petrosian Gold medal winner table one 1968 Lugano Olympiad. With Bobby, Portish, Larsen, etc present. 3.
   Jul-18-16 Fischer vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
Lt.Surena: There is a very interesting story behind this game. Bobby was originally scheduled to play the World Champion Petrosian here at table one. However, Rabbi Bobby went Sabbatical (pun intended) and claimed he was an observant jew (LMAO) and refused (Chickened out) to play the Wrold ...
   Jun-08-16 Tigran V Petrosian (replies)
Lt.Surena: Tigran has no losses in 1962. Incredible! As a matter of fact, he didn't lose a single game in the world championship series of 1963 until his 1st game again Botvinnik in 1963 World Championship match.
   Jan-15-16 Karpov - Korchnoi World Championship Match (1978) (replies)
Lt.Surena: Joshka: writes "What if". Dude, you need to take up science fiction. Meanwhile back in the "ranch" ie. cheap motel in Pasadena circa 1974, 75, 78 Bobby had surrounded himself with bags 'n bags of his favorite/beloved oranges. He was too afraid to face the new generation of ...
   Nov-15-15 Varese Interzonal Playoff (1976) (replies)
Lt.Surena: "Curacao-like" strategy?? Petrosian and Tal had already reached the pinnacle. Tal in 61. Petrosian twice in a row in 63 and 66. As a matter of fact, Tigran was very relieved by his loss of the World Championship title in 69. The "Curacao" allegation was the product of a sore ...
   Nov-08-15 Spassky vs J van Oosterom, 1955 (replies)
Lt.Surena: perfidious: <Dom> by the mid sixties, based on retrospective grading, Fischer was numero uno, "retrospective", meaning Pure Horse Hockey ! Only in his mind. Bobby Lost (got spanked) 7 times/games earlier in 1963 Curacao and still cried like a baby. 20 odd years later in ...
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