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TedBundy
Member since Jan-23-05 · Last seen May-17-19
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   TedBundy has kibitzed 102 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-01-05 Nigel Short (replies)
 
TedBundy: To see Short at his very best, check out his games with 2 top ten players of the 80s: Ljubojevic - Sicilian Defences and Timman - Frenchies
 
   Jun-01-05 Vasily Smyslov (replies)
 
TedBundy: <acirce> Okaaaaayyyy... that's TALLER. Lots of tall tales being written abt his poor form lately too. Thank God there's none of that rubbish abt Smyslov.
 
   Jun-01-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
 
TedBundy: Err.. and since we're on the subject, why was John Nunn sometimes refered to as the 'High Priest' of chess?
 
   Jun-01-05 U Kunsztowicz vs Keene, 1973 (replies)
 
TedBundy: Ahh. How I wish all the games in the database had such instructive comments. I feel as if I am playing thru one of the games in 'Logical Chess - Move By Move'! The notes really adds appreciation to the overall concept of this game.
 
   May-23-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
TedBundy: I can't understand why people like csmath hate Kramnik s much! What did Kramik ever do to him? Kramnik is the world champ, like it or not. He is also the strongest player in the world in a set match today - since he's the only one who seems willing to play in a match anyway. I ...
 
   May-19-05 Anand vs Kramnik, 2005 (replies)
 
TedBundy: Guys, we've all been through rough patches. Quit kicking the dude when he's down. That's cowardly. I acknowledge that once a player achieves an accepted world champ status he must protect the integrity of that title by defending and proving he's the best player around. Which ...
 
   May-19-05 Karpov vs Botvinnik, 1964 (replies)
 
TedBundy: <keypusher> i am a travel agent by profession. I believe that allows one to travel all over the world, at least for my airline.
 
   May-19-05 Adams vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
 
TedBundy: <tamar> Good point! Missed that dumbly.
 
   May-19-05 Capablanca vs Eliskases, 1936 (replies)
 
TedBundy: Man, what a beautiful game. No praise is enough for such lucidity of technique.
 
   May-19-05 Spassky vs J Yuchtman, 1959 (replies)
 
TedBundy: <keypucher> Please stop being racist towards Jews. Just because Yuchtman had a name that of a race YOU don't like doesn't mean he didn't have enough talent. And sorry, the Hitler/Nazi days where you seem to desire being in is OVER. Welcome to the modern world of EQUALITY.
 
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