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Member since Jan-02-03 · Last seen Feb-24-15
I live in Rome and I´m no more a rated player, when I was young my ELO was about 2000. Capablanca is my favorite player.
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   aulero has kibitzed 269 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-27-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
aulero: If you have an headache during a game, how do you call it if not misfortune? Yes, there is no luck in chess, because the game does not depend by dice, card distribution, etc, but when men (not machine) play, there are always environmental factors that influence the results. They are ...
   Aug-25-05 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
aulero: Capablanca had a minus score also against Mir Sultan Khan ( Sultan Khan vs Capablanca, 1930 ). Having a minus score against some players has no meaning, especially if based on very few games. Keres won his game against Capablanca ( Keres vs Capablanca, 1938 ) in the AVRO 1938 ...
   Aug-22-05 Yates vs Reti, 1924 (replies)
aulero: 21. Rd3 was a very sharp move. Reti did not see the incumbent danger and he did fall in a beautiful trap. The white's 23 and 24 moves set up an good problem for chessgames' puzzles.
   Aug-05-05 S T Ansell vs R Hartoch, 2005 (replies)
aulero: A tennis game in a tournament is always a KO game so the comparison does not make sense because there can't be any "permitted" agreement. About soccer games the world is full of illicit (or criminal) agreements as soccer in no more a game but a business affair. I think that if chess ...
   May-11-05 Vasyl Ivanchuk (replies)
aulero: About such peculiar Sonas' statistics I think that is much more notable that Keres got it twice in tournament won by others (Tal, Petrosian).
   Oct-28-04 Larsen vs Najdorf, 1968 (replies)
aulero: Deelong line was the first I saw, but White plays 38.Kg3 not 38.Kh1.
   Jun-16-04 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
aulero: I already expresses the following opinion in this site: there is a difference between "better" and "stronger" player. I'm a fan of Capablanca, Lasker and Karpov in this exact order. Capablanca and Karpov has been in my opinion the "better" players in the world, but Lasker and ...
   Apr-20-04 Capablanca vs O Bernstein, 1911 (replies)
aulero: <TrueFiendish>, I'm not sure because I cannot check, but Nimzowitsch and Bernstein himself (if I remember correctly) were the warriors analyzing the blitz game..
   Mar-30-04 Reykjavik Open (2004) (replies)
aulero: I could believe you more if you specify in which play, game, activity (, etc.) you are the best player :-)
   Mar-30-04 J Pinter vs C Thomson, 1989 (replies)
aulero: Very nice game. 20.♖xe5+ is a wordeful shot!
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