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Pawn Dillinger
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   Pawn Dillinger has kibitzed 217 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-15-19 GCT St. Louis Rapid & Blitz (2019) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <LameJokes: Kasparov thinks computers are responsible for the spate of blunders. Just look at the scenario three decades ago. Kasparov and Karpov made blunders, but no one criticized them. The reason? No one noticed them in the absence of computer evals. Here is the ...
   Jul-07-19 GCT Croatia (2019) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: My two predictions for today: Carlsen 1-0 Vachier-Lagrave Karjakin 0-1 Caruana. Carlsen is by far and away the best player in the world today. Caruana I believe has established himself as the world No. 2. So is not ambitious enough and I don't think Ding or the surging ...
   May-24-19 FIDE Grand Prix Moscow (2019) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <Tabanus> Edvard Munch, der Scream, Ja? Wunderbar!
   Nov-29-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <Tal1949: Carlsen has just proved that he is the better rapid chess player, but little else. My suggestion for the next WC is to play a 16 game match with 8 standard chess games and 8 Chess 960 games, alternating the format after every 2 games. By playing them at classical
   Jul-23-18 Biel (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: This is a good leadup to Hainan Danzhou, a tournament featuring those players trying to break through to the invitationals with Yu Yangyi, Wei Yi,Bu Xiangzhi, Vidit, Le Quang Liem, Fedoseev and Sam Shankland. I would've like to have seen Wojtaszek and Artemiev as well, but no
   Jun-14-18 Your Next Move (Rapid) (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <paavoh:Not even the Lightning Kid is safe from the attack by Father Time.> Never mind blitz or classical chess, or even this tournament. You are aware that Anand is the defending World Rapid champion, right? I don't think Father Time really had much to say to Anand in ...
   May-17-18 Capablanca Memorial (Elite) (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: Shankland has taken that next big step and joined 30 other 2700s who are trying to make it into the Top 15 or so who are chosen to play in the big invitational tournaments. It's amazing how many levels there are in this game. USCF: Class J-Class A, Expert, Master...FIDE: 3rd ...
   Apr-29-18 US Championship (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: Chess in America is not a dumpster fire, but its success is overrated. The best place to develop into a top player and beyond is Europe, hands down.
   Apr-19-18 Gashimov Memorial (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <perfidious: <beenthere240: Gashimov called. He wants his tournament to liven up.> Maybe he should pop in for a visit.> Yeah, that would certainly liven things up all right.
   Mar-31-18 GRENKE Chess Classic (2018) (replies)
Pawn Dillinger: <alphamaster: Always the same names. Where is the new generation (well except Bluebaum) Duda, Wei YI, Fedoseev, Rapport, Matlakov, Dubov etc?> We probably won't see these players in the invitationals until they rank among the top 15 players by rating, which at the ...
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