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cadwallon
Member since Feb-13-05 · Last seen Jun-11-17
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   cadwallon has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-31-14 Gilles Suez-Panama (replies)
 
cadwallon: He seems to be exclusively a 1. d4 player, and responds to 1. e4 with ...e6. Such a shame. He could be a natural with either side in the Canal-Sokolsky attack.
 
   Dec-06-13 Alexander Koblents (replies)
 
cadwallon: <Penguincw: If [he] is Tal... > I came here looking for the answer to the same question. And here it is: <chessgames.com: Yes, that quote is about Bobby Fischer.> Which was very helpful of them. Even more helpful would be to reformulate the quote as "He (Bobby Fischer)
 
   Sep-20-13 Ushenina - Hou Women's World Championship Match (2013) (replies)
 
cadwallon: <dx9293> <devere> <benjinathan> <notyetagm> <dumbgai> Guys... I think <Pulo y Gata> was being ironic. He's actually reacting to <Natalia Pogonina>'s excuses for Ushenina. And even she had the courtesy to congratulate Hou on her victory, so
 
   Sep-06-13 Sinquefield Cup (2013) (replies)
 
cadwallon: <spysfi: M last N first> Negativism?
 
   Aug-15-13 Baskaran Adhiban (replies)
 
cadwallon: What better way to celebrate your 21st birthday? Happy birthday, Baskaran.
 
   Aug-13-13 Wei Yi (replies)
 
cadwallon: To celebrate Wei's first round win in Tromso, I've created a long overdue English-language Wikipedia article for him.
 
   Jul-14-13 Karjakin vs Topalov, 2013 (replies)
 
cadwallon: <Doesn't look like 49. Ne1 was very good, giving up the 2nd rank and losing a pawn.> I don't think White had much choice at this stage. ...g4 was coming and would have forced the Knight to move anyway. e.g. 49. a4? g4 50. Nh4+ Kg5 51. Rh1 Rd2+ 52. Kg1 Rd1+ 53. Kg2 Rxh1 54. ...
 
   May-05-13 V Buenermann vs K Mokry, 1998 (replies)
 
cadwallon: I went for <M.Hassan>'s line but I think I can now see why it doesn't work, as after <60.........Nxb3 61.Rxb3 Kxa4 62.Rb1 b3 63.Ra1+ Kb4 64.Rxa6 Kc3> white has 65.Rxd6 b2 66.Rb6 Kc2 67.Nd7 b1=Q 68.Rxb1 Kxb1 69.Nxc6 and black has won the exchange
 
   Jan-27-13 Tradewise Gibraltar (2013) (replies)
 
cadwallon: <perfidious> My comment seems to have riled you. Be assured that it was never my intention to <mock> or <bash> Kamsky or Ivanchuk (who are indeed very strong players), just to report what had happened, as it seemed it might be of interest.
 
   Jan-20-13 Yifan Hou vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
 
cadwallon: <<200 rating points is a huge gap> Closer to 300 actually (in live ratings it's 2868 - 2602).> Yes - is this the biggest rating gap in group A in Tata / Corus history?
 
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