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Member since Jul-31-03 · Last seen Jun-30-22
My top five list of all time (in no particular order, except for number 1.)

1. Bobby Fischer
2. Alexander Alekhine
3. Jose Raul Capablanca
4. Garry Kasparov
5. Paul Morphy

*Yes, I'm a d4 player, so shoot me.

*For the last time, it's pronounced Ahlyekeen, not Alekinn, or Alekein, it's pronounced Ahlyekeen.

*In my humble opinion, Viktor Korchnoi needs to give up chess just like the Pope needs to give up "poping", come on Korchnoi, get with the program, YOU SUCK!

*Yes, watching Vladimir Kramnik play chess IS more boring than watching uranium turn into lead.

*If I hear the word prodigy applied to one more manufactured chess player, I will barf.

*Favorite players of yesteryear: Morphy, Fischer, Alekhine, Pillsbury.

*Favorite players of today: Adams and Ponomariov.

*Ahh, @#$% it, I'm back.

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   PinkPanther has kibitzed 3160 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-10 Nanjing Pearl Spring Tournament (2010) (replies)
PinkPanther: Surely making the players parade around in those retarded costumes is an attempt to make the event more Chinese. I find it ridiculous, personally.
   Oct-16-10 Michael Adams (replies)
PinkPanther: Am I the only one who finds it comical that, aside from the London tournament, Adams practically never gets invited to Super GM tournaments anymore?
   Oct-08-10 Grand Slam Chess Final (2010) (replies)
PinkPanther: What's the point of a six round tournament? Honestly.
   Oct-01-10 Adams vs Van Wely, 2010
PinkPanther: "To play for a draw, at any rate with White, is to some degree a crime against chess." - Tal
   Sep-30-10 Khanty-Mansiysk Olympiad (2010) (replies)
PinkPanther: <parmetd> You are aware of the fact that a person's FIDE rating is a direct reflection of their past performance ratings, aren't you? They are directly correlated. Karjakin's performance rating here will put points on his overall rating; it doesn't just give him a warm, ...
   Sep-30-10 Karjakin vs Eljanov, 2010 (replies)
PinkPanther: Wow, so not only is Karjakin getting white in every game, but he's not even having to think for himself.
   Sep-29-10 Nakamura vs Wojtaszek, 2010 (replies)
PinkPanther: Naka just overpressed and stretched his position too thin. That and the fact that it's probably disconcerting to play against a weirdo like Wojtaszek.
   Sep-21-10 H Mas vs Adams, 2010 (replies)
PinkPanther: Adams' testicles are being held for ransom.
   Jan-30-09 Adams vs Ivanchuk, 2009 (replies)
PinkPanther: <hedgeh0g> Go back to what I originally said. You don't win tournaments if you aren't willing to take risks. The fact that he doesn't have anything of his own cooked up for an opening that's becoming more and more popular of late says a lot about his preparation/work ...
   Jan-27-09 Adams vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
PinkPanther: Adams throws away another white game because he's either afraid of the Dragon or is too lazy to prepare for it.
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