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RFW3
Member since Mar-21-13
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   RFW3 has kibitzed 98 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-28-20 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
RFW3: <AylerKupp> Very true, Fischer didn't play in the US Championship because he wanted it to be a more "serious" tournament. My personal feelings on the matter is that while he was clearly the only Westerner (Well, Maybe Larsen had some claim to that.) who had a chance to end the ...
 
   Feb-26-20 Geller vs J Vatnikov, 1950 (replies)
 
RFW3: <saturn2> After .19. e7 <Ne6> 20. exf8=Q+ Nxf8.... 21. Qxd8
 
   Feb-16-20 Karpov - Fischer World Championship Match (1975) (replies)
 
RFW3: <HeMateMe> He got more than just a rematch clause. The loser of the rematch was seeded directly into a match with the candidates winner, instead of being seeded into the candidates.
 
   May-03-19 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
RFW3: <HeMateMe> Oh come on now... There was a reason CNN became well known as the Clinton News Network.
 
   Nov-08-15 Keres vs Spassky, 1955 (replies)
 
RFW3: <perfidious> Kansas were far from a one-hit wonder: the title cut of <Point of Know Return> and <Dust in the Wind> were also hits from that album. True, they were not one hit wonders. But a slight correction here, Carry on Wayward Son and What's on My Mind were from ...
 
   Apr-10-14 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
RFW3: <Petrosianic: It's no secret that the negotiations took place. As for why the Soviets would allow it, it's because the title wouldn't have been at stake in the match, and that's all they cared about. The effort was pushed by Karpov himself, and it's easy to understand why. He had
 
   Jun-06-13 Alfred Blake Carlin (replies)
 
RFW3: The game isn't here, but Carlin also drew with Bisguire at the 1990 National Open in Las Vegas.
 
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