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Member since Apr-19-05 · Last seen Jun-01-12
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   MrSifter has kibitzed 244 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-17-06 P Motwani vs P Roca, 1986 (replies)
MrSifter: <cjrubiks> <dabaru> After the Re7 move and the exchange of queens, the same result ensues if White simply continues with d7 after bxc4 i.e. Black is still helpless against the threat of Re8.
   Aug-30-06 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
MrSifter: Anand is about 5 and a half years older than Topalov - something to keep in mind.
   Jun-21-06 Korchnoi vs Y Sakharov, 1959 (replies)
MrSifter: the famous scientist?
   Jun-14-06 Milan Matulovic (replies)
MrSifter: He is not a minor player in any fashion; he represented the world in the great 1970 USSR-World match facing Mikhail Botvinnik.
   Jun-13-06 Larry Evans (replies)
MrSifter: <Rookfile> I enjoy reading and hold your posts on this site in high regard; I would love to see you present some profile-like background on yourself (are you a strong player? Have you been involved in the chess world?) It's awkward to ask so blatantly but your knowledge of ...
   Jun-11-06 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
MrSifter: Does anyone know anything about the candidates matches? Whether they will actually take place, where, when, etc? It's a real shame that the two hottest players - Carlsen, Aronian - would have to face eachother in the first round.
   Jun-11-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
MrSifter: Seems Fischer has a strong anti-computer play obsession which can account for his preference for "building up of force" maneuveres such as the ones outlined above with his knight and rooks/queen.
   Jun-11-06 Daniel Gormally (replies)
MrSifter: I just don't understand why he hit Aronian and not the chick - she was the one "cheating".
   Jun-11-06 Levon Aronian (replies)
MrSifter: It's easy to be jealous of the young Armenian - his rise to the top has been a result of almost exclusively his enormous talent. Now is it just me, or is there a striking similarity between him and Kasparov? Both half jewish, half armenian. Both live in another country other than ...
   Jun-04-06 Yue Wang (replies)
MrSifter: If there was an under-21 olympiad China might be the favorites with Bu, Hao, Yue and Jun all rising but showing solid results for a while now. Only Ukraine with their massive arsenal of young players can boast a higher quality field.
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