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rafnoc22
Member since Jan-23-10 · Last seen Sep-16-12
im living in Valenzuela City, Philippines.
my favorite player is GM Wesly So and GM Vishy Anand
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   rafnoc22 has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-22-11 Fressinet vs W So, 2011 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: for a kid which doesn't have any coach... its amazing he is able to pace with those hydra kind of GMs... look at Magnus Carlsen.. his coach is Kasparov plus hes genuis of the game made the kid at the top .. If Wesley So has that kinda great coach.. then its not impossible to rank ...
 
   Aug-22-10 W So vs Ljubojevic, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: 27.) Rd7 is bad move because it is from a computer analysis....besides if wesly saw it as well as LL know its a trap, he will not take the rook and still the game would end a draw....because wesly could only compensate 2 pawns including the exchange of Queens...heheheheh
 
   Aug-20-10 Rising Stars - Experience (2010) (replies)
 
rafnoc22: Yea.. I believe Giri is better than Wesly So today....So is my IDOL and of course a fellow Filipino... But I still admire SO more than anybody else because for the fact, So has no Coach, study the game and became a Super G.M. without anybody's assistance, even the Phil. government ...
 
   Aug-20-10 Nakamura vs Van Wely, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: I dont think and nobody would and will think of a game fixing in chess tournament... It's not money game...but look at the status of Van Wely. he is a super G.M., . Is someone helping anybody just to win and be qualified to AMBER? Im sorry but it is only what I am in my mind since ...
 
   Jul-22-10 D Howell vs W So, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: Howell did not castle for the purpose of confusing Weskid So. The Filipino Great practiced and prepared so much in this Tourney. He has computer at home. Analyzing positions 5 hours a day. David invented out-of-the-book move, only knows it was a blunder later with so few time left ...
 
   Jul-22-10 M Rodshtein vs W So, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: 38.)Qf4 is better but it can only prolong the game, and not winning . Still white losses at end game, beaten black and blue. And Great GM Maxim Robst. knew it.
 
   Jul-22-10 Biel Chess Festival (2010) (replies)
 
rafnoc22: FROGBERT, friend, W. So is no. 1 in our country and he is very young ever Filipino to become Super Grandmaster..Our other GM is Eugenio Torre ( The Asias first GM at age 22) Torre had beaten GM Karpov, GM Tal, GM Timman and other Super GM in the 80s and 90s. GM Torre Played ...
 
   May-12-10 Topalov vs Anand, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: And,, i am correct with my prediction.. Anand is STILL the CHAMP...Well, to my Friends here.. i never gave any game analysis or debated anybody here.. Coz i am not a pretender like all of you ( Good only in analysis but not in actual game.. you even criticized the players, not even
 
   May-03-10 Anand vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: hahahahahahah.... As chess becoming more ENJOYABLE,, comments are also becoming Hotter..enjoyable too.. My fellow kibitzers,, just remember my comments previously... That game 2 was the most important game for topalov. that if he won that game..he will be champion..but he did not. ...
 
   Apr-28-10 Anand vs Topalov, 2010 (replies)
 
rafnoc22: hehehehehe.. my prediction's right.. slowly but surely Anand undresses Topa...im nota GM..not even played any tourney..Topa is great.. but lacks the right D, T and C of the game.. DTC is the most important in winning a championship like Chess.. Frieds try to read my comments since ...
 
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