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Member since Mar-27-06 · Last seen Jun-02-18
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   McLain has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-22-15 Tarrasch vs Lasker, 1908
McLain: <keypusher> Thank you ! Excellent !
   Sep-06-14 Sinquefield Cup (2014) (replies)
McLain: You all made me curious, needed to watch the interview myself. Now I am puzzled: There is nothing wrong I can see in his behaviour. I do normally adore Anand and Aronian for their interviews, and Carlsen definitely does not have the same charisma and charme, but again: Nothing off.
   May-09-14 Soren Jensen vs F Urkedal, 2013 (replies)
McLain: Well, again a clear epaulette mate :-)
   Oct-15-13 Russian Championship Superfinal (2013) (replies)
McLain: Oh, I overlooked that, great, thanks. And yes, right warnings.
   Jul-28-13 Geller vs Averbakh, 1954 (replies)
McLain: An all time great move and an all time great ONCE
   Apr-01-13 World Championship Candidates (2013) (replies)
McLain: So, we all agree this has been the most exicting tournament for a long time ? Hey, then FIDE has done everything right. Personally, I can not wait the championship to happen and to be over, so we can have a new candidates ...
   Jan-25-13 Wang Hao vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
McLain: In analogy to soccer, it is almost like the famous explanation by Gary Lineker: Chess is a game, where two people move little figures up and down a black/white board and in the end Magnus wins.
   Sep-20-12 Browne vs E Winslow, 1977 (replies)
McLain: For me, there is three reasons to look at this site almost daily. 1) The POTD 2) The GOTD 3) Any posts by ONCE ? It is good that 3) is not there every day, so the excitement is even higher on days like today.
   Jul-24-12 Biel Chess Festival (2012) (replies)
McLain: On the 3-1-0 system: After all, no doubt that it did completely win in soccer. I love soccer, and like myself, initially when this was introduced, there were many sceptics. Today, the old system is forgotten. There must be some very good reasons for this. In this regard, why would ...
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