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Member since Dec-29-04 · Last seen Jun-26-15
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   jondoe has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-08-05 Timman vs Quinteros, 1973 (replies)
jondoe: Wow, Queen is forked to death...
   Jun-16-05 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
jondoe: So that's how you play the knight piece! The absolute mark of the great GMs.
   May-26-05 Hydra vs Shredder, 2004 (replies)
jondoe: Nice game! I suppose an example of the brute force method in execution. I wonder how Fritz or the 2700s would play against Hydra!
   May-20-05 Anand vs Leko, 1994 (replies)
jondoe: Check mate!
   May-18-05 Kasparov vs Ivanchuk, 1999 (replies)
jondoe: Wow, the white square white bishop completely locks every single black piece on the queenside through control of the b5 square! Endgame bishops are ruthless with no queens or rooks on board!
   May-10-05 W M Popert vs Staunton, 1840 (replies)
jondoe: 38 ...Rxc3 would actually put black up immediately! It does look equal at best for white.
   Apr-11-05 Tal vs Hjartarson, 1987 (replies)
jondoe: fgh, why do you assume so kindly that I like garbage? Do you like trash? This website is for posting on chess games, is it not? Please keep your refuse to yourself (recycle if you can! - as a favor to the environment).
   Mar-31-05 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
jondoe: Hi Susan! Another Celebrity GM responding to our questions at the amazing! Is it your intention to start something in the USA like the NBA or MLB, like NCA - National Chess Association? I'm not being facetious, but I believe a center that can hold and run games for ...
   Feb-18-05 Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, 1907 (replies)
jondoe: I laugh out loud for several minutes every morning right after I wake up. It's a good way to get the blood going.
   Jan-25-05 K Marx vs Meyer, 1867 (replies)
jondoe: CAUTION!: If you chose to read, read CAREFULLY! Also, don't get bored! This argument is amoral. People who understand the world, run the world. Their understanding is deep, and their application is brutal, not merely 'good' or 'evil'. I say the following rules form the basis of their
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