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breaker90
Member since Feb-06-14 · Last seen Mar-09-18
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   breaker90 has kibitzed 144 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-18-16 US Chess Championship (Women) (2016) (replies)
 
breaker90: <GiuocoPianoMan: <ALEXMAGNUS> Thank you. I thought that was correct- What does TPR stand for?> Tournament Performance Rating.
 
   Mar-27-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
 
breaker90: <devere: <The Rocket: It will be a tragedy for the chessworld if Karjakin qualifies. He will get trashed by Carlsen.> I don't agree. Karjakin is very talented, and plays well under pressure. He certainly isn't a favorite, but it wouldn't shock me if he beat Carlsen.> I
 
   Nov-08-15 Kayden W Troff (replies)
 
breaker90: <zborris8> His brother never became an IM. Not even close. He peaked around 1800 USCF.
 
   Oct-12-15 Wesley So (replies)
 
breaker90: Wow, all So fans are claiming that So has improved against Naka from when they played their death match from earlier this year. I would like to remind everyone that last night's game was rapid while January's match was bullet and blitz.
 
   Oct-12-15 McShane vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
 
breaker90: <tpstar> In the Robson game they were trying to draw by agreement which the rules state you can't until the 40th move. Here they did a threefold repetition which is in FIDE rules and can't be regulated against with Sofia rules.
 
   Oct-11-15 Millionaire Chess (2015) (replies)
 
breaker90: <King Radio> No, everyone had to pay for their entry fee, Nakamura included.
 
   Oct-01-15 World Cup (2015) (replies)
 
breaker90: <jith1207: He lived a life the way he wanted / had to, added enormous wealth to the game of Chess and died. I choose to look at the bright parts of that life.> Well said.
 
   Sep-28-15 Wei Yi (replies)
 
breaker90: <markz: 13-14 yo Wei was beating the 2700+ real stars. Can you understand the difference? Again, logic Sir!> Sorry, but with rating inflation, I don't think it's fair to compare elo ratings and therefore performance ratings. That gives Wei Yi an automatic edge over Kasparov ...
 
   Sep-20-15 I Nepomniachtchi vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
 
breaker90: <tamar> And what if you move to adjust the rook but then move your king? It's honestly not an important issue to warrant inventing something new. There's really no time advantage for castling with two hands.
 
   Sep-20-15 Ding Liren vs Wei Yi, 2015 (replies)
 
breaker90: <Marmot PFL> It's how the brackets were set up by ratings.
 
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