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Wanda Nida
Member since Jun-04-19 · Last seen Jul-04-21
The Right Way To Play Chess is to Play The Lubek Castle 2000 aka Chess 2000 aka Chess 2K aka Board Game 2000 aka Game 2000 aka Board 2000;

Its pgn annotation is 0000/0-0-0-0, it was invented in the year 2000!!!

Me and my once complete family:
encyclopediasupreme.org/jp2/HillsideMiracles.pdf- the polish flag miracle, taduesz nida's 100th birthday, april 14!

Here are fine sample games, bookmark fine sites on chess & boxing:

encyclopediasupreme.org/0000 /LongLongCastle.txt /0000.pgn /0000.txt mywikibiz.com/0000

Rocky Marciano, Classic Boxing and boxers like ali, baker, hurricane:

encyclopediasupreme.org/Rocky /AliVsRocky.pdf

also in 2013 award winner book lubek's threelogy:

barnesandnoble.com/w/lubeks-threelogy-the-sweet-- science-2-jan-lubek/1119722561

trafford.com/bookstore/bookdetail.aspx?bookid=SK- U-000695816

mywikibiz.com/2356 /0000 /Armenian_Genocide

STEINITZ SHOULD BE 4TH OFFICIAL WORLD CHAMPION:

Any player who draws world champion should be considered as CO-CHAMPION BUT NOT THE CHAMPION. In reality the lineal world champions should start from Anderssen, because of the major intnerational tournament he won in London in 1851 where he pretty much destroyed all the competition.

1. Adolf Anderssen 1851 - 1858, 1860 - 1865, 1868 - 1871 (23 years on top) Won all matches against Zukertort, except for the 1865 and 1871 match, Steinitz defeated Anderssen in 1866 but Anderssen was not the champ. Co Champions: Paulson drew Anderessen in 1860 match, 5 to 5, one draw, Kolisch did it in 1862 match, 3 to 3 with 2 draws. Anderssen also drew Daniel Harrwitz in 1848 match, 5 to 5, this could be considered the first world championship match since at least 10 serious games were played! In 1860 he drew 11 game match vs Harrwitz. In 1861 he won 9 game match vs Harrwitz. In 1862 he drew 8 game match vs Paulson! In 1864 he also drew Suhle, 3 to 3 with 2 draws. He lost a match in 1865 to Zukertort, regained the title in 1868. Since 1848 match was very competitive and Anderssen defeated everybody who met him, he should be considered the best player of his time.

2. Paul Charles Morphy 1858 - 1860 ( technically, in reality: 1857 - 1884 )

3. Johannes Zukertort 1865 - 1868, 1871 - 1872
In 1866 he played Victor Knorre in a 6 games match, it was drawn 3 to 3.

Jan Lubek is the WCA match play world champion 1998-2003: http://web.archive.org/web/20091026...


   Wanda Nida has kibitzed 360 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-21 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: so bobby fischer is the greatest player because he beat 20 top GMs in a row or magnus by not losing 125 games in classical chess?
 
   Jan-18-21 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: whats up with josip broz tito of yugoslavia? he was great but they were overdoing with his images everywhere, one could vomit; cult of personality rarely holds and it only did 11 years after he croaked! so, yugoslavia did not have image recognition, something to bind south slavs;
 
   Jan-18-21 Paul Morphy (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: Carlsen has 63% winning record but no man/woman/machine did not lose in 125 classical games: winning percentages, who is the encyclopediasupreme.org/0000/Greatest.txt Paul Morphy 85% Robert James Fischer 73% vs vs Gary Kasparov 70% Fischer Years covered: 1953 to 1992 Last ...
 
   Jan-18-21 Garry Kasparov (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: Carlsen has 63% winning record but no man/woman/machine did not lose in 125 classical games: winning percentages, who is the encyclopediasupreme.org/0000/Greatest.txt Paul Morphy 85% Robert James Fischer 73% vs vs Gary Kasparov 70% Fischer Years covered: 1953 to 1992 Last ...
 
   Jan-18-21 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: Carlsen has 63% winning record but no man/woman/machine did not lose in 125 classical games: winning percentages, who is the encyclopediasupreme.org/0000/Greatest.txt Paul Morphy 85% Robert James Fischer 73% vs vs Gary Kasparov 70% Fischer Years covered: 1953 to 1992 Last ...
 
   Jan-18-21 London (1851) (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: London (1851) Before this tournament matches for unofficial world championship were played but 1851 london knock out tournament is IT as the best played and Anderssen was crowned and most recognized him as world champ, official or not, he should be first world chess champion! ...
 
   Jan-18-21 Steinitz - Zukertort World Championship Match (1886) (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: No, before matches were played too, 1851 london knock out tournament is IT as the best played and Anderssen was crowned and most recognized him as world champ, official or not, he should be first world chess champion!
 
   Jan-14-21 Chessmaster (Computer) (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: chessmaster 2000 gamesdb.launchbox-app.com/games/images/75005 the confusion over lack of mouse control might have been over joystick control and mouse will not recognize joystick command!!!
 
   Jan-12-21 Steinitz - Lasker World Championship Match (1894) (replies)
 
Wanda Nida: 15 moves per hour should always be the norm in world championship matches for all sexes! we want quality games not crap like carlsen vs caruana, especially last game insanity! LET IT BE KNOWN THAT LASKER RESIGNED HIS CHAMPIONSHIP TO CASABLANCA SO HE DID NOT REIGN 27 YEARS, ...
 
   Jan-10-21 H Lohmann vs Teschner, 1950
 
Wanda Nida: <kereru: The major flaw of this game of course is that though it sets this amusing trap, 9...Qe8? actually loses to 10.Bc4. Black is ok after 9...Bb4+! 10.c3 Qe7, in fact it is doubtful whether white can justify the piece sac.>yup!
 
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