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Member since Sep-26-07 · Last seen Apr-02-12
Hi, I'm a scholastic player on the Cary Kings National Team. Rating: 954 Rating Graph ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

My Favorite openings for White are (in order) The English, The Evans Gambit, And The Piano. The reason I like the English is, when I play other kids, they're gonna expect e4. I love seeing their faces after I play c4. My favorite version of the English is this:
1.c4 1...(usually)e5 2.Nc3 2...Nf6 3.g3 3...Bc5 4.Bg2

I'm sorry i had gaps for months without coming here. I was busy.

I am now preparing for SUPERNATIONALS!!! April 3-5 in Nashville,TN Thats quite a long way from IL.(where i live) It will be one of the biggest tournaments of my life and i am going with the cary kings, and <chesstoplay> i am cramming for it. I need to bring home some hardware(if you know what i mean). If you guys could help with puzzles and stuff, that'd be great.

GM Yury Shulman is our Team Advisor and helps coach us.

Thank you to all my chess-friends. I read your emails to <<<<<<<chesstoplay>>>>>>> and it really warms my heart that you guys would even think about doing that kind of stuff.

Sorry to <<<firebrandx>>> if I offended you in any way I didn't mean to.

Thanks again.
Ne5! Qxh3??Rxb7+!!

Game collection game I have: Rg7+!! Game Collection: Rg7+!! won the game My favorite sport is baseball. Baseball batting robot! must see!

If you wanna up your skills on tactics and win a couple more games, I highly reccomend

Votes 3.Tal 2.Botvinnik
2. Karpov

1.Eugino Torre
1. Paul Morphy

1. World

1. Ivanchuk
1. Petrosian
1. Alekhine
1.Anand 1.Capablanca 1. Steinitz.

One of the better games from Morphy: Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard, 1858

Correspondence game
White <pianoplayer> Black <just a kid>

1.c4 1...b6 2.d4 2...e6
3.e4 3...Bb7
4.Nc3 4...Bb4
5.Bd3 5...f5
6.f3 6...fxe4
7.fxe4 7...Nf6
8.Qf3 8...0 - 0
9.a3 9...Nxe4
10.Qh3 10...BxN
11.b2xB 11...Nf6
12.Ne2 12...Be4
13.0-0 13...Bxd3
14.Qxd3 14...Nc6
15.Bg5 15...d5
16.Ng3 16...Qe8
White to move.

click for larger view

This is very cool! <jepflast> did a great job! @ Username:chessgames

Amazing game with a Queen and a rook sac! Blackburne vs V C Peyer, 1875 RandomVisitor:
I would like to make a general suggestion here - to go easy on the members who are obviously kids. Sometimes this is hard to tell or at least not obvious. I don't mind if you guys are harsh on me or my analysis - in fact, the world team performs better when we are critical of each others work. But we should at least be easier on the kids, even when they make statements which are non-productive.

I know about a year ago I was making dumb comments, but hey, I was 8 then. I'm 11 now, and much more sophisticated(as far as chess goes!) Thanks to <redoctober>,<chesstoplay>, <hms123>,and <Artar1> for their kindness and everyone else.

World Chess championships: History of the World Chess Championship

Two great players fighting to play Anand Later in the year Topalov - Kamsky Candidates Final (2009)

Interesting endgame(starts at move 35): S De Eccher vs Topalov, 1988

My favorite chess-player, and my idol in chess(not that tal wasn't perfect). Only U.S. Player EVER to win a world championship.-1972. Have all of the games(of the championship) in my game collection. Robert James Fischer

I love chess and will play for the rest of my life!


>> Click here to see Pianoplayer's game collections.

   Pianoplayer has kibitzed 358 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-15-09 Pianoplayer chessforum
Pianoplayer: Everyone, my membership is about to run out and I don't think I can renew it.
   Apr-10-09 hms123 chessforum (replies)
Pianoplayer: <hms123> yes, I do remember you. I was the kid with glasses and brown hair.
   Apr-10-09 just a kid chessforum (replies)
Pianoplayer: again sorry cxd5
   Feb-23-09 E E Middleton vs D Bleijkmans, 1905
Pianoplayer: or some move that doesn't lose a ♖?
   Feb-23-09 Dighton vs M Basman, 1982 (replies)
Pianoplayer: 30.♖d3?????????????????????
   Feb-23-09 Topalov vs Kamsky, 2009 (replies)
Pianoplayer: Kamsky is really taking his time on this move.
   Feb-23-09 chessforum (replies)
Pianoplayer: <> do you think you could start putting the time on kibitzes/comments?
   Feb-23-09 jessicafischerqueen chessforum (replies)
   Feb-22-09 Maia Chiburdanidze (replies)
Pianoplayer: What a last name! I'm not even going to try and pronounce that.
   Feb-22-09 Kasparov vs Fritz, 1992 (replies)
Pianoplayer: After 59...h2 white's king is stuck for a while.
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