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   Sonofabishop84 has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-27-05 Alexander Morozevich (replies)
Sonofabishop84: Morozevich did good in his round 7 game with white. g4+ with a nice mating net. I thought it was over for him in this game until he uncorked g4+.
   Apr-08-05 Cochrane vs Staunton, 1841 (replies)
Sonofabishop84: Johnnie Cochrane? Not the famous lawyer I take it since it was from 1841.
   Apr-01-05 14th Amber Tournament: Rapid (2005) (replies)
Sonofabishop84: I thought this Kriegspiel sounded retarded when i read it. No skill involved at all and any amateur 1200 rated player could play a superGM and win against them. Nonsense. Now it's a lame April fools joke attempt by chessbase I see. The question is, what have the boys from ...
   Mar-26-05 Morozevich vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
Sonofabishop84: Poor bastard, not his best last 6 months.
   Feb-24-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
Sonofabishop84: Kasparov-Kasimdhanov 1-0 Adams-Leko 1/2 Anand-Topalov 1/2
   Feb-14-05 Ulf Andersson (replies)
Sonofabishop84: My shortest tournament draw was 22 moves... people don't want to play for a draw even in technically drawn positions when they'er are few hundered ELO higher :-(
   Feb-09-05 Kasparov vs Timman, 2000 (replies)
Sonofabishop84: For the life of me I could not find how white could win this! Hopefully I'll remember that subtle theme if it ever pops up in one of my games. Nice finish by Garry.
   Feb-01-05 Peter Leko (replies)
Sonofabishop84: What's there to debate about leko-moro? Leko knows when to punch and when to duck, moro only knows how to punch but hasn't learnt to duck.
   Jan-19-05 Short vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
Sonofabishop84: I mean it looks like Moro did absolutely ZERO in opening preperation for this major tournament. He's chewing up about an hour of time for his first 10 moves or so and is picking more "conservative" openings that, obviously, don't suit his style. He seems to be treating this ...
   Jan-17-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Sonofabishop84: Quoted from Chessbase "When Fischer's assistant approached the Japanese Authority asking for an answer to the question of how long they intended to hold him there, a high-ranking official is quoted to have replied, "We can keep him as long as we like. We can eat him if we ...
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