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Member since Nov-04-06 · Last seen May-16-07
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   adviser has kibitzed 52 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
adviser: Sorry missed out, here is the link:
   Jan-18-07 Shulman vs The World, 2007 (replies)
adviser: Let us play grundfeld because that's better! much better
   Jan-12-07 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
adviser: Can anybody tell me what a monad trap is?
   Jan-12-07 Paul Morphy (replies)
adviser: Why so you all think that Morphy doesn't stand chance against Capablanca and the rest of them? It is not fair to think like that. If they haven't played each other, there is no proof that they can actually beat him or not.Anyway why bother, what do you get telling one is better than
   Jan-11-07 Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1922 (replies)
adviser: I don't find these games as intersting as thise of which Kasparov played. These are like nothing for the games that Kaspy played. They were truly outstanding.
   Jan-11-07 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
adviser: Kasparov is #1 and Alekhine #2. Off all time!! At least for me
   Jan-11-07 Garry Kasparov (replies)
adviser: No one on earth can be compared with Kasparov. Not even Alekhine or even Fischer. He is the ultimate chess player. He shouldn't have resigned. He could become a legend or so if he continued playing. I hoped he would be the only one that will touch the 3000 rating but unfortunately ...
   Jan-11-07 Rybka vs Shredder, 2006 (replies)
adviser: 46.Qd6 looks like daring him to take it by telling "hah, you wanna take my queen, take it. D you wan't me to make it easier for you to reach?"
   Jan-11-07 Rybka vs Jonny, 2006 (replies)
adviser: is rybka a good proggramme for training?
   Jan-11-07 Tal vs D Keller, 1959 (replies)
adviser: Although Tal is a good attacking player,he makes vital errors that the opponents don't tend to capitalise on. But Kasparov plays aggresively and soundly. That is the difference between Tal and Kaspy.
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