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Member since May-29-05 · Last seen Mar-06-22
Just fond of chess. Kasparov is safe from me
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   shenoyn has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-14-11 Kamsky vs Gelfand, 2011 (replies)
shenoyn: Would it be a good idea for Gelfand to exchange a rook with 44....Re1
   Jan-18-11 Giri vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
shenoyn: Ah! Wang Hao has thrown in the towel. Well done, world champ
   Aug-24-05 C McNab vs J Houska, 2005 (replies)
shenoyn: swept the floor with him.
   Aug-22-05 J Houska vs Speelman, 2005 (replies)
shenoyn: instead of 22...rad8 22...rfd8 should hold. seems to me a classic case of the wrong rook
   Aug-16-05 Van Wely vs V Akopian, 2005 (replies)
shenoyn: Danross53 24...fxe4 25 Nxe4 and the d4 pawn is a goner
   Jun-28-05 Anand vs Chess Genius, 1994 (replies)
shenoyn: Yes, Anand is the epitome of logic and simplicity. Tactical battles will doubtless be won by the machine hands down. The only hope is to have a quiet position where positional play becomes vital. But Adams' recent experience with Hydra suggests that even that last bastion of human ...
   Jun-28-05 Adams - Hydra Match (2005) (replies)
shenoyn: One thing is for sure. No GM is going to play hydra again, unless he's really broke and needs the cash. The machine is too powerful. I think that is settled beyond doubt. It's the chess equivalent of watching jesse owens race against a horse (this was actually done). There is talk ...
   Jun-27-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
shenoyn: I think a k-side attack is do-able. Q to h file, knight in support.
   Jun-02-05 Nigel Short (replies)
shenoyn: Happy birthday, Nigel. 40 is condolence time. Your broad mind and narrow waist will be exchanging places. Hypertension, diabetes, the works. I know, I just turned it.
   Jun-01-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
shenoyn: He crushes them all, no doubt about it. Kasparov is the greatest. But is he the finest chess brain? Most of his victories, against the top bunch at least, are a result of deep pre game preparation. He said he has 4000 opening novelties in his computer waiting to be popped out. If he
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