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number 23 NBer
Member since May-01-08 · Last seen Aug-28-23
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   number 23 NBer has kibitzed 315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-01-17 Capablanca Memorial (Elite) (2017) (replies)
number 23 NBer: I don't know, Chucky's win over Shankland was certainly quite impressive!
   Jun-22-16 B Banerjee vs Ganguly, 2016
number 23 NBer: No, the white knight is trapped
   Aug-21-15 Sinquefield Cup (2015) (replies)
number 23 NBer: <Penguincw> Someone should correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the pairings for this event were to be based off the pairings for Norway Chess, with colours reversed in each game (and So taking the place of Hammer). At least that's what I recall being mentioned after ...
   Aug-17-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
number 23 NBer: The draw for the World Cup has been posted: Is there any way we could get a tournament page for it?
   Aug-12-15 Chao Li (replies)
number 23 NBer: I really hope he gets the last wildcard to the World Cup. He's #14 in the world, he should be there
   Jun-17-15 Norway Chess (Blitz) (2015) (replies)
number 23 NBer: <> I don't know if there is a way to submit some sort of mass correction slip, but all of these games are listed as CLASSICAL instead of BLITZ.
   Jun-15-15 Norway Chess (2015) (replies)
number 23 NBer: First round of the blitz is done: Hammer 0-1 Aronian Giri .5-.5 Carlsen Nakamura 1-0 Topalov Grischuk 0-1 Anand Vachier-Lagrave 1-0 Caruana
   Dec-24-14 Santa Claus (replies)
number 23 NBer: Dear Santa, How long of a vacation do you take after Christmas? You could probably do with a good break.
   Aug-14-14 Kurt Meier (replies)
number 23 NBer: <alexmagnus> His FIDE player card has a birth date of 1944. Rest in peace CM Meier.
   Aug-12-14 Tromso Olympiad (2014) (replies)
number 23 NBer: <ex0duz> As it stands now, China will have 17 match points, Hungary will have 16, and a number of teams will have 15, including France, Ukraine and Russia. China will win outright with a win tomorrow, and can only be caught by Hungary with a draw. A loss would make the ...
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