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   Nov-29-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
pietah: A worrying remark was made by Magnus Carlsen. Rapid would rightly be part of a match for the World Chess Championship. Carlsen has proven to be an all-round chess player with this world championship. He has not proved that he is the undisputed number 1 in classical chess. Remarkable:
   Nov-28-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
pietah: Magnus, the first WorldChampion without winning a classical game in a match. He is the blitz Champion, that is what we know for shure. But to call himself: I am the World Champion in Classical Chess, sounds a bit strange... This match-format must and shall change. Very ...
   Nov-11-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
pietah: I was watching live commentary on . Very interesting comments. They assume that Caruana is glad to make a draw so easily with black. Het might be, but they assume that Magnus should score with the white pieces. But more likeley Magnus will score with black. What do you ...
   Feb-26-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
pietah: It's almost impossible to predict the winner. Also the winner of the Candidates does not have to be the best challenger for the W.C. Playing a double round Robin against various players & styles is a different thing as playing a match. But my favourite players would be Caruana and ...
   Jan-28-18 Tata Steel Masters (2018) (replies)
pietah: But of course, this is off-topic. I think Magnus wil win in the tie-breaks. A great event, been there yesterday. Though I think classical chess should get rid of tie-breaks. It has nothing to do with the previous three weeks of chess. (Also a shame the worldchampion is decided in ...
   Dec-27-17 Carlsen vs Bu Xiangzhi, 2017 (replies)
pietah: So dumb! If he's the best player in the world then how does he lose to this bum! Magnus as I've said before is one of the worst world champions in history only behind euwe!! Retire Already!!! Of course you are exaggerating, we all know. Every top ten player in a certain era has lots ...
   Dec-05-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
pietah: About the draws: I think there are several reasons for these draws: a) I think most players are machine-trained, so defending precisely is the most developed skill with all the top rated players. b) None of the players have an exceptional playing style (due to reason a?). Ok Magnus
   Nov-17-17 FIDE Grand Prix Mallorca (2017) (replies)
pietah: Carlsen was not in his best shape, that being said he escaped a dramatic loss of his worldtitle to Karjakin in 2016. Regarding the ratings, every top-10 player in good shape, can beat Magnus in a match (especially in the current format, in which you can blitz yourself to ...
   Nov-17-17 Giri vs Rapport, 2017 (replies)
pietah: Playing 12 Bxd6 would give black an excellent knight. The pawnstructure on the kingside is crucial in the middle- and endgame.
   Nov-30-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship Match (2016) (replies)
pietah: About the format of World Chess Championships. Of course there are many ways to determine the best chessplayer in classical chess. The new world champion will be better in rapid, not in the classical time format. But that's a scenario you knew that could happen. I think it would be
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