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QueensGambitAccepted
Member since Jul-18-04 · Last seen Feb-17-05
I'm from Montreal learned to play Chess when I was 12 I've played some OTB alot of Corresponence Chess Tournaments I have won numerous standard tournaments on Fics in the past and I've played in at least 7 slow time Control Championship at 60 minutes. My Favorite Player: Capablanca,
Gligoric, Tal, Emmanuel Lasker, Frank Marshal.

Fics Rating 2000

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   QueensGambitAccepted has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-17-05 Jeremy Silman (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "I can't even imagine someone trying to cheat with his palm pilot OTB." Smart Cheats have a well hidden wire underneath there shirt I've seen cheats try the classic goldfinger trick with the hearing aid they show up at the park and claim they can't hear in ...
 
   Dec-28-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "Believe it or not some people think using a computer to play internet chess is <NOT> cheating." It's not if a Player puts a (C) beside there name it is when they use it to play rated games against players who assume it's a human when one joins ICC or any ...
 
   Oct-01-04 Joshua Waitzkin (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "completly agree....what's martial arts gonna do anyway?? i don't think it even helps defend urself just teaches u how 2 say "YA" Martial Art provide a way of training can bring mind body spirit together. Improves physical and mental health Builds self-esteem and ...
 
   Sep-29-04 Kramnik - Leko Classical World Championship Match (2004) (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "I think Lekos best bet is to give up the 1.e4 2 Nf3 openings-why walk straight into Vladys main preparation?If I were Leko i would do anything except allow the Petroff again." What about Bishops Opening 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4? it's not seen anymore bet that would be a suprise ...
 
   Sep-18-04 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "Spassky was one of the few World Champions (FIDE champions since 1993 not included) who was probably never the best player in the world." I don't follow this what do you mean? clearly if a player wins the World Championship he has proven himself to be the best ...
 
   Sep-17-04 Boris Spassky (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: Refutor: I have the older version of the Boris Spassky book by Mr.Cafferty written 30 years ago the book was reissued under the title Boris Spassky-Master of Tactics: Spasskys 100 Best Games 1949-72 Published by Batsford 1991. Try your luck on Amazon or another book ...
 
   Sep-15-04 Rustam Kasimdzhanov (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "kasim has no chance against kasparov." Yeah and Buster Douglas had no chance against Mike Tyson and we know how that turned out :) I wish him well and hope he survives against Kasparov.
 
   Aug-31-04 Chiburdanidze vs Dvoirys, 1980 (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: Tal compliments Chiburdanidze in his last book writing he would have traded his silver medal to sign the score sheet for white! Good Game.
 
   Aug-13-04 Bruce Pandolfini (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: "Would love to hear some opinions on this: I am somewhat reluctant to read books by non-GM's (Pandolfini, Silman" It depends on a Master's writing style and his/her teaching approach many people swear by Aaron Nimzovitch and his book My System and Silman's Reasses your ...
 
   Aug-12-04 Immo-Frank Angermann (replies)
 
QueensGambitAccepted: " play a lot of computer chess, you can often learn to tell the difference between how a human plays chess and how a machine plays." Yes and a good Chess Player can also sense the engine on a mental intuitive level humans and computer chess programs have a very ...
 
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