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gabisrael
Member since Jun-20-05 · Last seen Mar-01-16
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   gabisrael has kibitzed 41 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-30-14 Zurich Chess Challenge (Blitz) (2014) (replies)
 
gabisrael: The attitude from Aronian towards Gelfand was disgusting! He approved with his head the draw offer by gelfand, and then rejects it and points to the clock. Can't beleive it.
 
   Jan-29-14 Zurich Chess Challenge (2014) (replies)
 
gabisrael: I thought the categories were no longer used by FIDE..Any thoughts on that?
 
   Nov-22-08 Olympiad (2008) (replies)
 
gabisrael: adair10: unclear is not Israeli, he just happens to enjoy mocking about Armenians and their very nationalistic and extrovertive feelings on this site
 
   Apr-04-07 Oscar Panno (replies)
 
gabisrael: I was a student from him, once he confessed me that he never received the GM title and that some collegues laughingly reminded him that. I don't remember exactly the reason why they didn't give it to him. He inedeed won the junior world championship but in that time the title was ...
 
   Jan-13-07 YouRang chessforum (replies)
 
gabisrael: Motylev - V. Anand 0-1 Aronian - R. Ponomariov 1/2 Carlsen - D. Navara 1/2 Svidler - S. Tiviakov 1/2 Kramnik - A. Shirov 1/2 Radjabov - S. Karjakin 1/2 Topalov - L. van Wely 1/2
 
   Dec-15-06 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
 
gabisrael: Dear Susan, I wanted to ask you about your ties with Israel. As a jewish woman haven't you considered making Alliah? Does your small sister live in Israel?
 
   Dec-03-06 Kramnik - Deep Fritz (2006) (replies)
 
gabisrael: thx Dorebi :)
 
   Nov-21-06 Lisitsin vs Simagin, 1955 (replies)
 
gabisrael: A very good game from Simagin. A good plan from the opening and a precise finish. Lisitsin 12.Nxc5 was innecessary and 24.dxe4 his worst mistake, leaving black pawns all the way forward. White rooks were never coordinated and that was the detail of the strong moves 25...d3! and ...
 
   Nov-16-06 Judit Polgar vs Topalov, 1996 (replies)
 
gabisrael: 37...Rd2?; ...Rf1?? what's up with you guys? 37...Qg1+;38.Ke2 Qe1#
 
   Nov-15-06 Tal Memorial (2006) (replies)
 
gabisrael: Ponomariov-Leko 1/2 Grischuk-Carlsen 1-0 Gelfand-Aronian 1-0 Morozevich-Shirov 1-0 Mamedyarov-Svidler 1/2
 
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