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Toastman
Member since Sep-26-05 · Last seen Jan-13-09
Good at physics, bad at chess. When i was 12 i was mocked by a IM for missing a win at a simuli at the local shopping mall and i have been bitter ever since, damn you chess IM's.

   Toastman has kibitzed 95 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-08 Tal vs K Klasup, 1955
 
Toastman: Damn, Tal really made him earn the win in this one.
 
   Nov-06-08 Kasparov vs Morozevich, 2000
 
Toastman: According to the graph it was fashionable in the 1840's.
 
   Nov-01-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
 
Toastman: off jepflast's page: <The Chess Analysis Tree is located at: http://www.jepflast.info/ Username: "chessgames" Password: "blackandwhite" >
 
   Nov-01-08 Rybka (Computer) (replies)
 
Toastman: You will actually get slightly less than a doubling in speed from two processors due to the control processes. Also, I don't think a dual core processor can take advantage of the multiprocessor functionality. It is my understanding that in a multi core processor, the program can ...
 
   Oct-30-08 Bu Xiangzhi vs Lagno, 2008 (replies)
 
Toastman: It looks different to when I first looked at this game. Not better just different.
 
   Oct-30-08 NN vs Kieseritzky, 1846 (replies)
 
Toastman: 4...Qe7 sacrifices the knight on e4 temporarily. I guess since the equalizing capture doesn't come for a few moves it qualifies.
 
   Oct-29-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
 
Toastman: <Richard Taylor: <<Toastman: <seaotter:> where are the jungles in New Zealand? Are you thinking of Australia?>> <seeaotter> is confused with so much ottering about - but we do have some areas of native bush still left.> I was simply suggesting that New
 
   Oct-29-08 H Stevic vs Z Jovanovic, 2008
 
Toastman: I guess this tournament must have had a "no early draw" rule for them to have played out the full threefold repetition.
 
   Oct-28-08 Benko Gambit (A57) (replies)
 
Toastman: Can companies buy their own chess variation name these days? Benko Gambit: Zaitsev Variation. Nescafe Frappe Attack
 
   Oct-26-08 Areshchenko vs Savon, 2001 (replies)
 
Toastman: <whiteshark:> I still can't see it but you enjoy being cool, I wish I could be as cool as you and put people down. Enjoy your life.
 
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