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   TheoreticalNovelty has kibitzed 52 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-07-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Oh nm, I found a txt version of it
   Sep-06-06 Capablanca vs Vidmar, 1929 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Heh, my math lecturer always uses that Q.E.D on the board. Now I finally know what he means :) <slomanko> There are 8 Rubinstein-Capa games in this database. They both won one each and the other 6 were drawn
   Sep-05-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: <the Knicks suck...i'm a knicks fan> LOL
   Sep-04-06 Chessgames Bookie chessforum (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: I bet 4k on double zero
   Sep-04-06 Sochor vs L van Damme, 1974 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Jean Claude Van Damme is quite possibly the worst actor ever! Well either him, or Steven Seagal. Neither of them can act, but I 'spose it doesnt really matter since they can both kick the crap out of the badguys.
   Aug-10-06 M Gurevich vs J Riff, 2005 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Maybe I can't figure it out because its late, but why not 7.axb4?
   Jun-16-06 Sneaky chessforum (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Oops, I didnt read the question properly... I would say that he had AA. It makes sense, the raise preflop, checking the flop, calling the allin on the turn. I would be quite surprised if it was A10. KK is also a good bet, which would explain his check on the flop as ...
   Jun-07-06 H Koskinen vs S Zamit, 2001 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: This definitely should have been a Monday puzzle.
   Jun-07-06 Rubinstein vs Hromadka, 1923 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: <Strange that such a strong positional player as Akiba would always go for the King's Gambit. Apparently he thought it was quite playable.> Yea, Ive always found it strange that when Akiba opened with e4 and was meet by ...e5, he invariably replied with 2.f4 I ...
   Jun-07-06 Rubinstein vs Lasker, 1909 (replies)
TheoreticalNovelty: Damn, I just saw on Chessbase that the Monday night lecture for this week was on this game. Did anyone catch it? This is what the blurb says about this game... <After all the slam-bang games of the past few weeks, it's time to recall that the endgame exists, too. Our
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