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Member since Oct-30-07 · Last seen May-14-21
Most definitely not a master, but I'm still trying!

My favorite players are Bronstein, Nezhmetdinov, Tal, Spassky and all who play with the spirit of the Romantics.

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   hyperactivemodernist has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-18 Rafael Vaganian (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Nice to see Vaganian featured today! I've enjoyed his games very much. Like others of the Armenian school, he's a positional master with a fascinating and original style. I really wish someone would publish an annotated collection!
   Jun-13-16 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Korchnoi lost his final fight, but he went down swinging. His love of the game and competitive spirit are an inspiration to myself and many others. RIP, Viktor Lvovich!
   Mar-08-16 M Esserman vs Van Wely, 2011 (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Brilliant game, the spirit of the Romantics lives on!
   Mar-25-15 J Gallagher vs A Chudinovskikh, 1991
hyperactivemodernist: Nice finish! Gallagher has played some beautiful games in the King's Gambit.
   Sep-15-14 Rashid Nezhmetdinov (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: When I play through Nezhmetdinov's best games, I feel the same joy as when I listen to one of Bach's fugues or one of Charlie Parker's solos. Such moments truly make life worth living.
   Sep-09-14 Boris Spassky (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: A great master and a great man. Wishing you the best, Boris Vasilievich!
   Nov-25-13 Tryfon C Gavriel (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: I've learned a lot from your videos and have been happily playing on for some years now. Thanks, Tryfon!
   Nov-07-13 Larsen vs Petrosian, 1966 (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Masterful play from Petrosian. He could afford to go down in material with the exchange sacrifice because of his expert pawn play. He leaves no weaknesses for Larsen to attack with his rooks.
   Mar-12-13 Staunton vs Horwitz, 1851 (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Amazingly modern game. Staunton seemed to have an understanding of positional chess on a level that wasn't commonplace until the 20th century.
   Mar-05-13 Shirov vs J Lapinski, 1990 (replies)
hyperactivemodernist: Brilliant!
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