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   bauernfresser has kibitzed 25 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jun-11-18 Kramnik vs Mamedyarov, 2010
bauernfresser: <Ulhumbrus: An alternative to 13...Nf6 is 13...Bf6 threatening potentially the move ...Rd8 attacking White's K and Q on the d file.> The visual of queen and king in the open line in the middle of the full board makes it difficult to think about anything else. But after ...
   Aug-04-13 Jens Kotainy (replies)
bauernfresser: <Why do all this Idiot-cheats use Houdini?> - Not all cheats use Houdini. We just don't catch the others.
   Nov-18-12 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2012) (replies)
bauernfresser: Players who had a bad day don't stay around long enough to find out about their form. The small effect on rating mirrors the shallowness of the format.
   Oct-20-12 Karpov vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
bauernfresser: Look into the positions after 13..Qh4, 16..g5!, 25..g4. And enjoy. A fantastic mix of strategy and tactics. Kramnik transforms a tame struggle-for-equality type of opening into pure creative chaos.
   Oct-20-12 M Gurevich vs Bareev, 1993
bauernfresser: This game started my interest in serious opening preparation. 13..gf6: was a move I wouldn't have dreamed of considering then. But once you have seen it played by strong GMs, and thought things over, it makes perfect sense. The black bishops control too many squares on the ...
   Dec-24-09 S Sjugirov vs Svidler, 2009 (replies)
bauernfresser: We need a notation for cellphone ring.
   Oct-16-08 Boris Grachev (replies)
bauernfresser: And now that he is in the Top 100, still nobody knows nothing about him?
   Feb-06-08 Stefan Kindermann (replies)
bauernfresser: I think he is Austrian, but has lived in Germany since childhood, and used to play for Germany. According to he was actually born in Vienna, Austria. He was a regular in the German national team in the 80s and early 90s, but couldn't ...
   Nov-09-07 Georgy Pilavov (replies)
bauernfresser: Who is this guy? He has over 2600, is not that young (*1974), I've never heard of him. Anyone else?
   Sep-08-07 Theodor Ghitescu (replies)
bauernfresser: In a few cases FIDE gave a "Honorary GM" title to players whose prime time was before the regular GM title procedures were established - I think that's what's meant by "Emeritus GM".
   May-28-07 Dusan Popovic (replies)
   May-24-07 Andrzej Filipowicz (replies)
   May-23-07 Alexander Galkin (replies)
   May-22-07 Julio Becerra Rivero (replies)
   May-21-07 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
   Apr-26-07 David Navara (replies)
   Apr-17-07 Helmut Pfleger (replies)
   Apr-15-07 Jozsef Horvath (replies)
   Apr-15-07 Sergey Zagrebelny (replies)
   Apr-14-07 Igor Stohl (replies)
   Apr-14-07 Zhang Pengxiang (replies)
   Apr-14-07 Michael Joseph Valvo (replies)
   Apr-13-07 Antonio Antunes (replies)
   Apr-13-07 Vladimir Potkin (replies)
   Apr-13-07 Valery A Loginov (replies)
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