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   fabelhaft has kibitzed 976 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-01-21 FIDE World Cup (2021) (replies)
fabelhaft: Can be many Russian players qualifying for the upcoming Candidates. Karjakin and Fedoseev have good chances of getting the two spots from this event. What is needed is that Carlsen beats Duda and that the latter loses also his final match. Then there are two spots from the Grand ...
   Jul-17-21 Karpov - Kamsky FIDE World Championship Match (1996) (replies)
fabelhaft: <This is precisely <nok>'s constant argument against using a match to decide the title> I think the problem is rather the idea that whoever wins the title must become the best player in the world. Players have good events and bad events. Matches, knockouts, tournaments
   Jul-14-21 Anand vs Kramnik, 2021 (replies)
fabelhaft: <Now it says Kramnik 11, Anand 10. I think it needs to be corrected> Their classical score is equal, but since <MissScarlett> knows better than everyone else the game below is counted as classical here :-) Kramnik vs Anand, 2017
   Jul-14-21 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
fabelhaft: Anand won the first game in the Non Castling match against Kramnik.
   Jul-14-21 Louis Paulsen
fabelhaft: Chessmetrics can be accused of many things, but not of that :-)
   Jul-14-21 Garry Kasparov (replies)
fabelhaft: Result wise, he did a Jobava Your Next Move (Blitz) (2017) GCT Blitz Croatia (2021)
   Jul-13-21 Sergey Karjakin (replies)
fabelhaft: <Like Karjakin?s parents more than two decades ago, Mishra?s father, Hemant, had a lot at stake in seeing his son claim the title. He said he spent more than $270,000 on making his son the world?s youngest grandmaster, and he had been collecting donations online to make their ...
   Jul-13-21 Mads Andersen vs Salinas Herrera, 2021 (replies)
fabelhaft: <The best game of 2021?> Well, it?s a pretty mate in 2 in the end, but these guys are in the 2500s and there are mistakes. But not easy to pick the game of the year, I don?t recall anything too memorable from the Candidates, maybe the title match will solve the problem
   Jul-10-21 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2021
fabelhaft: 32. Bxc5 wins on the spot thanks to the Nf5 and Rb8+ threats. Black loses either a knight or the bishop.
   Jul-10-21 Goldmoney Asian Rapid (2021) (replies)
fabelhaft: I know he is 58, retired 16 years ago and only played rapid and blitz once in a while since then. But he is the God of Chess, depressing to see him so thoroughly wiped off the board so quickly in game after game.
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