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Member since Aug-30-04 · Last seen Jan-22-09
I'm 39 and I live in Palermo (Italy)

   dryden has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
dryden: What's Bobbby doing in Iceland now? If he's really there, I mean. There'll be pressure on him to play chess...
   May-13-05 MTel Masters (2005) (replies)
dryden: My TOP TEN: 1) Karpov on a good day 2) Kramnik 3-4) Anand and Topalov 5) Judith 6) Ponomariov (in a few years) 7) Kasparov 8) Khalifman 9-10) Korchnoj and Lajos Portisch
   May-13-05 Kramnik vs Ponomariov, 2005 (replies)
dryden: I remenber the Kasparovians calling Kramners a "boring", "overcautios" player, ah ah!! there you bloming go
   May-13-05 Grand Prix d'Echecs de Bordeaux (2005) (replies)
dryden: You must be joking. Karpov could very well win the World Championship if only such event was NEITHER the FIDE lottery NOR the Classical Chess sectarian black mass.
   Jan-30-05 Leko vs Polgar, 2005 (replies)
dryden: So far the true disappointment comes from Anand, who was supposed to win this event. Kramnik is happy with his World title and could not care less. Also I expected more from Ponomariov, but I foresse grat things gor the boy.
   Jan-23-05 Anand vs Kramnik, 2005 (replies)
dryden: Is Kramnik the new Petrosian and Anand the new Karpov? Or maybe the new Anatoly is Ponomariov? Or Karpov himself, once he gets tired of politics and business?
   Jan-14-05 Lajos Portisch (replies)
dryden: Hungarian all time favourites of mine: 1. Lajos Portisch (who once sang several bars of a magyar folk song over the phone to the referee of the K-K match to prove he was Anatoly's coach) 2. Laszlo Szabo (3 times a candidate - brilliant attacking player) 3. Geza Maroczy 4. Farago ...
   Jan-07-05 Tigran V Petrosian (replies)
dryden: Anatoly Karpov has now his own site In the autobiographical section of the site he refers openly to the "Petrosian persecution of Korchnoj", eventually leading to Korchnoi's defeat to the West. What exactly this "persecution" involved? And was it really Petrosian's ...
   Dec-15-04 G Flear vs Karpov, 2004 (replies)
dryden: Anatoly, the one and the only
   Dec-15-04 Grand Prix d'Echecs (2004) (replies)
dryden: karpov karpov karpov karpov!!
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