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Member since Apr-26-05
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   RSD770 has kibitzed 46 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-04-05 Samuel Reshevsky (replies)
RSD770: I think you mean obsessed. I'm sorry but I'm not. I don't think such slanderous posts should be tolerated. This clearly violates the guidelines for posting on this website. I vehemently protest this absurd defamation of an anonymous poster who has done nothing wrong at all.
   Sep-04-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
RSD770: <everyone> I have just posted the pertinent exerpts from a article written by Reshevsky's doughter regarding the story of his meeting with fischer in 1984 in the Samuel Reshevsky thread.
   Sep-04-05 Polgar vs Adams, 1999 (replies)
   Aug-31-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
RSD770: <> how about a Toolbar?
   Aug-28-05 Andras Adorjan (replies)
RSD770: Why did you post the survey in this thread? A better place might be The Kibitzer's Cafe
   Aug-26-05 Reshevsky vs Boleslavsky, 1953 (replies)
RSD770: Bronstein writes that the reason that boleslavsky missed ♖a7 was because the game was played at 2:00 AM (i.e. it was dark and late etc.) due to the fact that Reshevsky would not play on the Sabbath.
   Aug-26-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
RSD770: When is the Scandal Guessing Competition slated to commence?
   Aug-15-05 Odd Lie (replies)
RSD770: Taken from Correction... Regarding Arutz Sheva article Kabbalist Blesses Vendyl Jones: Now┬┤s the Time to Find Holy Lost Ark, published May 20, '05 / 11 Iyar 5765 "Armed with this and other blessings, Jones is now excited to uncover his life's ...
   Aug-08-05 Kasparov vs Csom, 1980 (replies)
RSD770: What I like about this game is that until the sacrifice of the Rooks, there was no real long-term sacrifice needed. I hate gambling at chess!
   Aug-02-05 Mijo Udovcic (replies)
RSD770: The story about him goes that he once agreed to play a blindfold simul. on ten boards in small village in Yugoslavia. Being white he made several different opening moves so as to differentiate in his mind quickly between games. He was quite suprised when all 10 of his opponents ...
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