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Member since Dec-18-12 · Last seen May-19-13
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   Zenagg has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-19-13 Norway Chess (2013) (replies)
Zenagg: I don't understand any of the posts I see down playing Kjar's performance. Six players finished at .5 and a full point behind first. That is red water. Nobody made it through this tournament without a mark for the record book. Aside from the terrible commentators this tournament was ...
   May-10-13 Anand - Carlsen World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
Zenagg: I have a feeling this will be a draw. I don't know what the rules are for tiebreakers, but I just can't see either player gaining an edge in only 12 games. 16 should be the minimum. (imo of course)
   May-08-13 Norway Chess (Blitz) (2013) (replies)
Zenagg: I imagine to avoid psyching himself out by trying 100% and losing, Topa took another approach which is, play and win or play and lose. I imagine trying 100% and getting crushed is worse then playing decently and losing. I am not a big Topa fan but against this prodigious field, I ...
   May-05-13 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
Zenagg: Fide like any other large for-profit, for-power organization is simply a marketing company that happens to hold sway over a sport we all love. I see no reason why Anand shouldn't get to play in India. Why not? The only thing that I am curious about is why the chess championship isn't
   May-01-13 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
Zenagg: I did not mean to say that his rating will bounce up and down. I meant that he often resorts to very strange plans that seem hell bent on forcing a blunder in complicated positions rather then developing a safe/practical advantage. Who knows maybe I'm wrong, but the only players that
   Apr-30-13 FIDE Grand Prix Zug (2013) (replies)
Zenagg: I wonder if it is possible that Topalov actually believed all of the b/s mind games. That is some 'creative' thinking from a high level mind.
   Apr-29-13 Paul Morphy (replies)
Zenagg: I think it is strange to compare talents over time. Who is to say that a 'natural' talent of the passed could or would thrive in today's variation of chess. I have trouble imaging them spending their lives studying opening theory. If we took every chess genius before 1960 and ...
   Apr-25-13 Kramnik vs Fressinet, 2013 (replies)
Zenagg: I love blacks play. Beautiful, straight forward strategy with plenty of tactics. Great game
   Apr-22-13 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Zenagg: Let me preface my comment with a grounding fact; I am a bad player. That said, I've been watching world class chess since 1996. I have watched the burning genius of Kasparov, the highly tactical Anand, and the cold sometimes lifeless play of Kramnik. He is and always has been a ...
   Apr-12-13 Kamsky vs Shirov, 1993 (replies)
Zenagg: This looks like a kasparov game, beautiful play.
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