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   fabelhaft has kibitzed 1919 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-01-23 Maxime Vachier-Lagrave
fabelhaft: <Was the tweet cited by <siamesedream> Caoili's last? It was made days before her fatal accident> It was one of the last, but the final one was a repost about covid. Her final comment in the thread mentioned here was an answer to one of the comments criticizing her ...
   Sep-29-23 Petar Trifunovic
fabelhaft: <He also drew a match (+1, =10, -1) in July 1949 at Opatija, with the rising star Miguel Najdorf> Nowadays few would be called rising stars the year before they turn 40... Wei Yi is now just a name old men nostalgically mention when talking about rising stars of the past, ...
   Sep-29-23 Carlsen vs Gelfand, 2014
fabelhaft: <This was his first game after a long layoff from tournaments> It wasn't some kind of super long layoff though, he won Sinquefield starting in September (and then title match in November) followed by Zurich starting in January.
   Sep-27-23 Levitov Chess Week Rapid (2023) (replies)
fabelhaft: <Smyslov and Gligoric (just as an example) were still playing each other in their seventies> In January it’s five years since Kramnik retired from classical chess and he plays online rather than OTB. Anand isn’t a particularly frequent participant in OTB events nowadays ...
   Sep-24-23 Marco Materia
fabelhaft: It would have been better if he had white here… J Girel vs M Materia, 2021
   Sep-22-23 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
fabelhaft: Carlsen won 13.5-12.5 in the end, but a great match by Nakamura. Carlsen looked invincible after going in all +26 against Nepo+So, but this one was very tough.
   Sep-22-23 Viswanathan Anand
fabelhaft: Anand won also against Nepo, with black, and drew the remaining three games today. Standings after 5 of the 18 rounds of the rapid double round robin: Aronian 4 Anand 3.5 Svidler 3 Dubov 3 Gelfand 2.5 Mamedyarov 2.5 Kramnik 2 Nepo 2 Grischuk 1.5 So 1
   Sep-21-23 Ding Liren
fabelhaft: One of the Reddit comments on Ding Liren’s growing list of no shows: <While pulling out of GCT in May was expected, he has now pulled out of 3 tournaments in 3 months - GCL, SCC and now Asian Games. And I am not sure he wants to play the Sinquefield Cup and St. Louis Rapid ...
   Sep-19-23 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
fabelhaft: <this sounds more like Kramnik's ego can't take losing chess games to players he considers inferior> As for the <obvious cheaters> that he supposedly lost to, two of his losses were to Niemann and one to a young Indian player, Garg. While Kramnik was lower rated than ...
   Sep-11-23 Garry Kasparov (replies)
fabelhaft: Kasparov finished 8th after losing his last three games, Dominguez and Robson ended up behind him.
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