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PeaceRequiresAnarchy
Member since Mar-03-12 · Last seen Oct-03-15
An Open Letter to the Peace Movement (takes 3-4 minutes to read): http://peacemovement.wordpress.com/

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   PeaceRequiresAnarchy has kibitzed 48 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-03-15 Morozevich vs Nakamura, 2014
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: Here's the game on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxb...
 
   May-27-13 F Jackson vs C Flanders, 2006 (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: This game is like war. It's bad. A lot of bad stuff happens in it. It lasts far too long. "The pioneers of a warless world are the youth who refuse military service." - Butchered Einstein Happy Memorial Day....
 
   Jan-26-13 A Giri vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: <A win by Carlsen would give him> <(d) a repeat of his result when he won the C Group in 2004... ( http://www.tatasteelchess.com/histo... )> Also see http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail... for Carlsen's 2004 C Group win at <age 13>.
 
   Jan-26-13 Caruana vs Carlsen, 2012 (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: This is Carlsen's most recent loss (not counting blitz games). You can tell he was playing for the win rather than a draw, but he miscalculated and lost. I wonder if he was under time pressure by the end of it or not.
 
   Dec-27-12 Xie Jun vs C Peptan, 1998 (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: I found the same line as <An Englishman> too: <My variation continued with 35...Kb7; 36.Rda1,Qb8; 37.Ra7+(simplification before snatching the Bishop),Qxa7; 38.Rxa7+,Kxa7; 39.Nc6+ and 40.Nxb4.>. I also considered <35...Kb8 36.Rda1> and did not see how ...
 
   Dec-21-12 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: Clue #51: Shuffleboard Borrow insanely Could "Borrow insanely" just be an anagram of someone's name?
 
   Dec-20-12 K A Walbrodt vs Loew, 1900 (replies)
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: After clicking through the game quickly I thought <16...Rg7> might allow black to defend in light of the fact that the Qe4# wouldn't be possible, but alas white can still win black's queen and thus has a sufficient material advantage to easily win as <Infinite ...
 
   Dec-14-12 R Jumabayev vs A Bodnaruk, 2012
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: I love endgames like this as white. Pawn armies against rooks are always fun.
 
   Dec-13-12 N Kabanov vs Caruana, 2012
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: Black's knight movement on moves 9, 10, and 11 is very interesting. It really can't do anything on the king side because of the g4 threat against the bishop so Caruana wasted no time in getting it to the other side of the board.
 
   Dec-12-12 I Bejashvili vs G Quparadze, 2012
 
PeaceRequiresAnarchy: Is the score wrong on this game? It seems like white would have been the one to resign.
 
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