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Member since Mar-25-13 · Last seen Aug-28-14
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   Salty has kibitzed 64 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-26-14 Gashimov Memorial (2014) (replies)
Salty: <galdur: What the crap is this guy going on about?> Nakamura's propensity to choke versus Carlsen.
   Apr-24-14 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Salty: <KKDEREK: <Stop making excuses. He played badly.> I think is clear that he's been playing badly no one denies that.Strange because he came from 2 <very> nice wins, and almost won with black against Karjak..And suddenly played 2 bad games (not taking nothing from their ...
   Mar-21-14 World Championship Candidates (2014) (replies)
Salty: <messachess: I am sure the question has been asked and answered here already, but would someone explain why Caruana is not here?--(I guess Nakamura too.)> Simply, they didn't qualify. Anand qualified as former world champion. Kramnik won the World Cup and Andreiken was ...
   Mar-12-14 lostemperor chessforum (replies)
Salty: ---> 1. Aronian 2. Kramnik 3. Karjakin 4. Anand 5. Topalov 6. Svidler 7. Mamedyarov 8. Andreikin
   Feb-15-14 Anand vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
Salty: Interestingly, 4.f3 was also Nakamura's try against Carlsen in Zurich, in a game in which Naka could and probably should have won. Nakamura vs Carlsen, 2014 I wonder if he got the idea from this Carlsen-Anand game.
   Aug-31-13 World Cup (2013) (replies)
Salty: <csmath: Probably the best part of the game today was Nigel Short and then Kramnik after the game. Short was very much into the game and even without much calculating his observations were spot on. This is a heck of a lot better than what Lawrence Trent was doing.> I really ...
   Jun-24-13 Tal Memorial (2013) (replies)
Salty: <Arcturar>The entire premise of my posts on Caruana/Andreikin were in response to posters stating, essentially, that Andreikin was mediocre and Caruana will challenge for the WCC. Which is not about objective performance, it seems. Objectively, in the present, they performed ...
   Jun-04-13 FIDE Grand Prix Thessaloniki (2013) (replies)
Salty: <sandtime>Morozevich vs. Nakamura (1/2-1/2) and Caruana vs. Dominguez (0-1) were both very good. Other than the Ivanchuk games, and a couple blunder losses by Svidler, Kamsky and Moro, most of the decisive games were good.
   May-30-13 Ivanchuk vs Svidler, 2013 (replies)
Salty: Two of the most likeable players here and I was hoping for a draw between them. Still, it's nice to see Svidler get a win. On the other hand, Ivanchuk seems to be still a bit unsettled, but hopefully he can take it as only one loss and not some harbinger of doom. The next game is a ...
   May-24-13 Ivanchuk vs L Dominguez, 2013 (replies)
Salty: <Eyal> I thought that was very classy of Dominguez (and of Ivanchuk in 2009). Too bad we didn't get to see Ivanchuk's advantage realized as he seemed to have a winning position prior to the time scramble. I'm not a fan of the absence of increments as I don't see what anybody ...
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