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judokausa1
Member since Oct-27-02 · Last seen Apr-07-03
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   judokausa1 has kibitzed 99 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-03 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
judokausa1: My top all time players for different reasons: Fischer- Mainly because of his solo accomplishments. A particular player dominating the scene is nothing new but Fischer destroyed the Russian juggernaugt. His demand to have respect for the game and large prize funds changed the ...
 
   Mar-25-03 Hans Berliner (replies)
 
judokausa1: Hay Sneaky isnt this technique also called bored your opponent to death?
 
   Mar-21-03 V Magai vs W Elliott, 2002 (replies)
 
judokausa1: nice combination to win the game.
 
   Mar-21-03 M Ezat vs O Korneev, 2003
 
judokausa1: 27... Rf8 is a nice subtle trap. I am noticing a lot of these traps involve quiet respositioning queen moves reminicent of kasparov-Radjabov.
 
   Mar-19-03 Judit Polgar (replies)
 
judokausa1: She is attractive but needs someone to help her with her wardrobe and hairstyle.
 
   Mar-19-03 K G Shirazi vs J Peters, 1984 (replies)
 
judokausa1: Shirazi is an IM, a quite strong one at that at least back in the late 80's. His greatest weakness was that he ALWAYS shoots for wild attacking positions. He reminded me a lot of Tal and Shirov but lacked the ability to temper his wild tactical flair with stablity.
 
   Mar-15-03 Kasparov vs Radjabov, 2003 (replies)
 
judokausa1: I am thinking that there are a combination of factors for big K's poor performance. First he is getting older and while chess is a mental sport it can be very tiring. In addition I think K's preperation for the DJ match required him to adquire a more solid positional style of ...
 
   Mar-15-03 Sicilian, Alapin (B22) (replies)
 
judokausa1: My understanding of the increasing popularity of this line is that it takes people out of intensive 30 move lines. As for you getting good positions, what is good for you might not be good for a GM. I am thinking about using this line to take away the advantage of who has the ...
 
   Mar-09-03 Euwe vs Najdorf, 1953 (replies)
 
judokausa1: I do not think it is abusurd for Bronstein to say that another move is more accurate than what was played in the game. that is the whole purpose of annotation. the text may be good but Nf4 might be stronger and more forcing.
 
   Feb-18-03 Rossolimo vs P Reissmann, 1967 (replies)
 
judokausa1: Sweet! I will bet you anything that is where Rossolimo got the idea from. It is an outstanding move he probably envisioned when he played Ra3. I'll bet it shocked Reissman out of his pants. Ahh to beable to play a move like that!
 
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