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Strategic Joker
Member since Aug-18-04 · Last seen Nov-16-08
I live in Puerto Rico , Favorite players are Vladimir Kramnik, Anatoli Karpov and Jose Raul Capablanca , and someday i wish and dream of becoming a GM ( I i play around the 2100 rating level ). Im 17 years old , i played like almost two years and i love chess , is just the best :) Favorite Openings are Queen's Gambit , Nimzo Indian Defence , KID from the white side , any kind of solid positional defensive opening and game is to my taste ( resembles my favorite players )only opening not on the defensive category is the Sicilian Defence , in special the Sicilian Nadjorf , Scheveningen and Sveshnikov Variation :)

Best Classical = 2152 (Chess21)
Best Blitz = 2230 (Chessanytime) but now its ptp :( Best lighting = 1944 (Playchess.com)
Best Computer = ---- ( dont know how to set fritz to play)


   Strategic Joker has kibitzed 400 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-20-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: I would like to point out , that now a days in 2005 the players have become a lot stronger then before , say from 1980 to 2000 , the players where not as strong as now , meaning a champion cant really prove a supremacy nowadays , not that im devaluing Kasparov or Fischer but
 
   Jul-15-05 Adams vs P H Nielsen, 2005 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: LoL @ beenthere240 btw <OBG> Kramnik plays it regulary along with Anand if im not mistaken :) unless u meant Shirov plays it ocassionaly , i dont want people to get confused :)
 
   Jul-14-05 Dortmund Sparkassen (2005) (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: Kramnik just drew his game
 
   Jul-11-05 Naiditsch vs Leko, 2005 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: notyetagm , i already said what u said , are you trying to tell us something ?
 
   Jul-10-05 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: Montreal , im not sure but i think it is because of Bxf1 , Kxf1 , Rxa8 , Rc7 regaining the pawn with an active rook .
 
   Jul-09-05 Kramnik vs Svidler, 2005 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: Just so you know this guys are friends , i dont think they even intended to battle it out , maybe the game was pre arrenged , i dont think it has anything to do with Kramnik drawing and atleast he didnt losse
 
   Jun-20-05 Radjabov vs Topalov, 2004 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: lol wow , then why doesnt Radja play on ?
 
   Jun-18-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: Ok , to have a good though process , you need to constantly study , because your mind will be thinking these way , "i have studied last week everyday for 8 hours , im ready " but for example if you neglect practicing and studiying your mind will be thinking , " wow im out of
 
   Jun-11-05 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: Wjere can i see the games
 
   Jun-05-05 R Reynolds vs Nunn, 1987 (replies)
 
Strategic Joker: chessboyhaha because of Rd1+?? Kxd1 fxg2 Bxg2 Bxg2 Rh7 winnin that pawn and the game
 
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