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Member since Mar-12-04 · Last seen Sep-10-11
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   Troewa has kibitzed 144 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-06 lostemperor chessforum (replies)
Troewa: Predictions: 1. Topalov 2. Svidler 3. Leko 4. Ivanchuk 5. Radjabov 6. Aronian 7. Vallejo 8. Bacrot
   Oct-14-05 Veselin Topalov (replies)
Troewa: I translated a small excerpt from a fairly interesting radio interview with Dutch IM Hans Bohm <Interviewer>: "So Veselin Topalov is World Champion, will this end the continuous debate about the World title?... Since there are quite a lot of players who consider themselves to ...
   Sep-27-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
Troewa: Prediction: 1. Anand 2. Leko 3. Adams 4. Topalov 5. Svidler 6. Kasimdzhanov 7. Morozevich 8. Polgar
   Aug-11-05 Petrosian vs Mecking, 1969 (replies)
Troewa: <Wannabe> The white e-pawn is under attack after Black's 12th move. White needs to either defend the pawn or push it. The most logical way to defend it is by clearing the bishop out of the rook's way, which is what Petrosian does. A simple pawn push from e4 to e5 seems ...
   Aug-06-05 Kramnik vs Vaganian, 1995 (replies)
Troewa: This is a noteworthy game. Kramnik and Vaganian leave theory within the first 10 moves and produce a game that contains some interesting positional ideas. <5...Ne4> Vaganian already plays a fairly uncommon move in this kind of position. <8...d5> I could only find 2 other ...
   Jul-16-05 Dortmund Sparkassen (2005) (replies)
Troewa: Round 9: Nielsen - Van Wely 0-1 Bacrot - Kramnik 1/2 Svidler - Naiditsch 1/2 Sutovsky - Adams 1/2 Topalov - Leko 1/2
   May-23-05 MTel Masters (2005) (replies)
Troewa: Ah very nice. I'm glad you didn't forget me lostemperor ;) Once again, thanks for the great effort on your part.
   Mar-12-05 Linares (2005) (replies)
Troewa: <cu8sfan> and <lostemperor>, thanks for the tremendous efforts. It definitely made the tournament even more interesting.
   Mar-11-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
Troewa: <csmath> In one post you seem to be saying that you don't believe Kasparov is really going to retire and then in another post you emphasize how Kasparov is running away from possible defeats by retiring. These two claims aren't exactly compatible. We are in agreeance when it ...
   Mar-04-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
Troewa: <Joshka: white should hold now> Huh? Where could he have held? 31. Kg1 would lose as well
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