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   cicero1974 has kibitzed 62 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-28-07 World Championship Tournament (2007) (replies)
cicero1974: <Can he push it?> According to Salt N Pepa, he can push it real good.
   Sep-14-07 Oleg M Romanishin (replies)
cicero1974: "Svidler on the Roof"?
   Nov-10-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
cicero1974: <RookFile: Time for the dumb question of the day on Friday, when my brain no longer works: If we play 25. Ra4 Nd5 26. Nxd5 cxd5 27. f6 and g4 to g5, is not his bishop barred from ever making a move again?> Doesn't it pretty much bugger our bishop too?
   Oct-20-06 Simen Agdestein (replies)
cicero1974: <chess and football> I believe that David Beckham is approaching GM strength
   Oct-15-06 D Howell vs A Gorovets, 2006
cicero1974: It doesn't, as that's now the d-pawn on e5.
   Oct-14-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
cicero1974: These personal insults are getting a bit silly. I thought that this was a forum for discussing the World Championship. Whilst we all have our preferences for individual players and their style of play, it is ridiculous to continually slate either of the players. None of us will ...
   Oct-10-06 Nigel Short (replies)
cicero1974: <RookFile: By the way, the 1994 Short vs. Kamsky match wasn't much of a match either. As I remember it, Kamsky absolutely crushed Short.> Didn't Kamsky win 5.5 - 1.5, after winning the first three in a row?
   Oct-01-06 Alexander Morozevich (replies)
cicero1974: <iron maiden: I think FIDE's criterion is that you have to've played four rated games in the past year. Karpov, I think, only played the three from the Russian Club Cup.> That doesn't make sense, as some players with zero games are listed.
   Sep-19-06 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
cicero1974: <nikolajewitsch: And if I made some mistakes in that post....fine, I don't care.> I thought you did quite well. Anyway, can you please stop posting pointless messages about other people's pointless messages.
   Sep-17-06 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
cicero1974: <I doubt this had anything to do with Kasparov winning the match.> Of course it had something to do with Kasparov winning. Kasparov deliberately used his physical presence and assertive demeanour to dominate his opponents.
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