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Member since Oct-26-04 · Last seen Oct-02-06
I have no rating, I just love the game. I am primarily a counter-attacker. I used to play e4 exclusively but now play anything from d4, c4, to Nf3. As Black I used to play the Caro but now fiddle around with the Pirc and other Modern Openings. If I had any sense I would buckle down and study my endings.

   pkjohn146 has kibitzed 352 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-31-06 Leko vs Karpov, 2006 (replies)
pkjohn146: Doh! Never mind, I was thinking of the other game, sorry.
   May-15-06 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
pkjohn146: <ChessPieceFace> Good luck, and I hate to break the news to you, but I'm a lot worse at Chess than you could ever dream of.
   May-15-06 Gata Kamsky (replies)
pkjohn146: <acirce> this whole norami episode has you upset because we mustn't offend anyone, am I correct? well in that case on to Kamsky- deep in my heart I had a feeling he's lose to Toppa but I was hoping otherwise. I hope this loss isn't the end of his run in this tourney- I'll ...
   May-14-06 Etienne Bacrot (replies)
pkjohn146: <Let's find a player born in the USA who can play in such a tounament?> we did, His name is Gata Kamsky. He's a US citizen now.
   May-14-06 Kamsky vs Svidler, 2006 (replies)
pkjohn146: <Topzilla> apparently offering draws is a no-no at this tourney.
   May-11-06 MTel Masters (2006) (replies)
pkjohn146: I'm kinda hit and miss with following this tourney. Is there some rule about short draws here?
   May-11-06 Ponomariov vs Kamsky, 2006 (replies)
pkjohn146: Well, no short draw for Kamsky this game.
   May-10-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
pkjohn146: <The problem as I see it is that you can find an analogy to prove any point you want.> just to clarify, <I agree with what you say about analogies not proving anything, but would you agree that analogies help us understand a particuliar point about something?> ...
   May-06-06 Raymond Keene (replies)
pkjohn146: Hey Ray, I was wondering, have you ever considered putting together a collection of games you've lost, and analyzing where you went wrong for the educational benefit of us lesser mortals? (I'm pretty sure a loss by you would still look better than a win by me!)
   Apr-23-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
pkjohn146: <whitehat> I didn't take your reply as an insult. I was just quoting what other people have written, so its really no reflection on me one way or another.
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