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   Zerebuh has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-19 Dortmund Sparkassen (2019) (replies)
Zerebuh: Yes, I also beleive that Rapport and Dominguez can fight for the victory. I don't think though that Nepo will lose too many games. I would bet on Rapport based on his recent form and the fact that he usually plays really effectively against 2600ish opponents. The big clash Rapport -
   Jan-31-18 Tradewise Gibraltar (2018) (replies)
Zerebuh: Maybe Anna Rudolf would be a great partner to Simon. Equally charming and smart!
   Sep-08-17 Richard Rapport (replies)
Zerebuh: What a great victory by Richard. Congrats and continue!
   Sep-06-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
Zerebuh: <Marmot PFL> The big difference is that he lost his first game in the first round as black but he drew his first game now as white. He is a monster with white, but somewhat mediocre with black. Rapport has a good chance, he should try to grab it tomorrow. As for the potential ...
   Feb-18-17 FIDE Grand Prix Sharjah (2017) (replies)
Zerebuh: <waustad> The format is NOT round robin!!! It is a swiss. Look after it. 18 players, 9 rounds. They cannot possibly now the pairing for later rounds since that is based on the results from the previous ones.
   Feb-08-17 Wei Yi (replies)
Zerebuh: Yes, all GP tournaments are classical. It is part of the classical chess WC cycle after all.
   Nov-23-15 European Team Championship (2015) (replies)
Zerebuh: Hi Atking, France played well, but they were a bit unlucky. Maybe they deserved a medal, but so did Armenia and Hungary. As for the possible 4-0, should they have beaten Sweden 4-0 instead of 3-1, even that wouldn't have been enough. Don't forget that Armenia and Hungary also ...
   Nov-19-14 Baadur Jobava (replies)
Zerebuh: Jobaba has been invited to Tata Steel Chess Masters 2015. Congratulations, lots of interesting chess ahead! :)
   Aug-23-14 Riga Technical University Open (2014) (replies)
Zerebuh: What does Alexey Aleksandrov do at the top of the standings?
   Aug-13-14 Tromso Olympiad (2014) (replies)
Zerebuh: <alexmagnus> Don't forget that he can qualify by rating as well just as last time. Ok, I know that technically he qualified with his WC win, but hadn't he won, he would've qulaified by rating. Well, he is far from the TOP spots now,but who knows what future holds? Only 6-7 ...
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