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The Famous Chess Cat
Member since Oct-12-09 · Last seen Sep-22-10
Raised by a pack of wolves as a child in the boreal mountains of Canada, I one day confronted a Druid within the artic wilderness I called 'home'. The wolves were kind, but their lifestyle was not for me. So, when the Druid extended his philanthropy and offered me his home, I gladly accepted.

It was the sagacious elder who taught me chess. Every morning, we awoke and climbed atop the nearby mountains. There we would sacrifice livestock to Caissa, chess's elegant goddess. It was due to this ritual that Caissa began smiling upon me.

Now I am wayward on a road to chess mastery, a road complete with an icy coldness chilling the soul. And so, donning my parka and snow shoes, I set out to fulfill a destiny far greater than any could dream.

With a unicorn avatar, and a username no less charismatic than "The Famous Chess Cat", I bid you all a jolly good day.


   The Famous Chess Cat has kibitzed 70 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-21-10 Short vs Gelfand, 1991 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: For those of you who are interested, Yasser Seirawan's annotations are here: http://www.chesscafe.com/text/yaz48... Jim Bartle mentioned that Yasser had annotated this game; I'm just adding the link. Cheers.
 
   Jul-21-10 J Berkvens vs V M Mikhalevski, 2000 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: Ah, the cruelty of the gods. Noting the failure of my peers, my spirit experienced the dawning of a new day. Had I truly risen above them all?! "At last!" I exclaimed, "I've gotten a move more brilliant than any of them could ever conjure up!" Armed with my lusterous ...
 
   Jul-20-10 Botvinnik vs Keres, 1948 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: I saw an article on Chess.com mentioning this game as well as one other similiar to it. It's written by Eric Schiller, and the link is here: http://www.chess.com/article/view/u...
 
   Jul-17-10 Deep Thought (Computer) (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: <SetNoEscapeOn: Taken together, tabbed browsing and Wikipedia are both the joy and the bane of all curious minds "suffering" from ADD.> I wholeheartly agree!
 
   Jul-15-10 Tal vs Neibult, 1991 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: <HoopDreams:wow..i cant belive tal didnt play 11. Bxe5! dxe5 12. Bb5+! .... omigod omigod... but i guess his opp was a noob anyway...> Doesn't that move just lose material for minimal dynamic compensation? I mean, Black can quickly castle kingside. And, ...
 
   Jul-15-10 Portisch vs Pinter, 1984 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: <Hafen Slawkenbergius: I wonder why nobody called attention yet to a very rare occurence in this game: four checks in two moves!> Just imagine incorporating double checks into something like that.
 
   Jul-15-10 F Zita vs Bronstein, 1946 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: In the book "Tal-Botvinnik 1960" written by Mikhail Tal, Tal says the following: "White's edge in the center, stemming from the passivity of Black's king Bishop 'biting on granite' with the pawn on e5, cramped Black's position and no one had much faith in it. At the end
 
   Jul-15-10 Doctor Who chessforum (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: In regards to the part of your biography reading, "It's not fair that Doctor Who should have eight lives...," The Doctor is able to regenerate twelve times, for a total of thirteen incarnations. ~Cheers~ The Famous Chess Cat
 
   Jul-13-10 R Vera vs J Becerra Rivero, 1996 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: Word on the street is that The Famous Chess Cat's pun made it to Game-of-the-Day.
 
   Jul-13-10 Carlsen vs Bareev, 2005 (replies)
 
The Famous Chess Cat: My pun!!! The Not-So-Famous Chess Cat strikes again, delivering some Game-of-the-Day humor on his road to fame. I dare point out that I've capitalized the I in 'LIke', but surely you open-armed gents won't player-hate on my typo. I've been dreaming of this day for ...
 
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