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Member since Oct-05-05 · Last seen Nov-02-08
So, wanna see who I am? Wanna say that I'm just a normal user who has just posted a few posts, thus lack the integrity? I'm not anti Kramnik, but to those who anti anti-Kramnik, I anti you all.

Of those identified:
1) ughaibu (finally, reaching #1. Not anything to shout for anyway, it just shows the level of stubbornness and stupidity by reaching this spot. Also, please refer to page 638 of Kramnik's page. ughaibu caught lying!! Now, that's why he's #1!)

2) hesam7 (hot in pursuit of ughaibu, can he reach ughaibu's utmost level of stubbornness and stupidity? let's see.)

3) square dance (the only dance i see from this user is some twisted facts about how good kramnik is from his lips)

4) AgentRgent (not just a normal agent of the kramnik fan club, but also an agent who instigate hate to any users/players who do not share the same idolised opinions about Kramnik))

5) iron maiden (previously #2, named iron, but not solid at all, his performance sliding almost as fast as acirce)

6) acirce (previously #1, but just like "BGN world champion" Kramnik, he's fallen out of favour, sliding down the rankings in this chart faster than any avalanche in the world.)

but praise them, and give them a standing ovation for fighting a lost cause! Yeah, I admit they look like clowns sometimes with their silly excuses for Kramnik.


The most ardent anti-Kramnik of cause are:

1) csmath (while very critical most of the times, there's some truth to his arguments, and most could sense his mimicry of the kramnik fans stubbornness to illustrate their retarded perspective)

2) notyetagm (praise him for braving the idolisers onslaught of useless excuses, countering with occasional jokes and snipes)

3) and many more users


Look at page 508 of Kramnik's page, when I predicted that Kramnik would skipped Corus 2006, and no one believe it. But the truth soon unveiled. If you wanna reject my idea next time, think twice, hahahahahahhahaha.


K-252, T-707

   shirova has kibitzed 96 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Apr-17-06 Veselin Topalov (replies)
shirova: <Topzilla: The match of Kramnik-Leko was a draw festival and Topalov-Kramnik will be crush, crush!! Kramnik still has the chance to avoid the match, saying that in spite of his magic recovery from artritis, doctors have found in him a misterious illness, that does not allow him ...
   Apr-17-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
shirova: Don't waste time predicting Kramnik's performance in the Kramnik-Topa match. Kramink will pull out citing unknown illness and fatigue from resting too long! Unless Topalov suddenly drop in form, I don't expect the match to really materialise in September.
   Feb-16-06 T Tylor vs Sultan Khan, 1933 (replies)
shirova: <Richerby> Sultan Khan was not a GM because there's no GM award at his time.
   Feb-15-06 Aeroflot Open (2006) (replies)
shirova: <percyblakeney> You miss this guy: Durarbeyli Vasif. His performance before the final round is 2834!! But yeah, he's playing in Aeroflot C. That's why!
   Feb-13-06 Janowski vs Gruenfeld, 1925 (replies)
shirova: <CAPA2422> If you think "Chinese Chess" sounds like something made up, do a decent search at any search engine and you'll find the truth. Chinese chess is very popular in among Chinese and some Asian communities around the world, they have world champion and a much more ...
   Feb-10-06 Hydra (Computer) (replies)
shirova: Are you sure it's the real Hydra? Hydra is an FPGA in PCI card, the software being the logic gates and blocks burned into the chip. You can't run Hydra without installing any PCI card to your PC.
   Feb-08-06 Kholmov vs W Golz, 1956 (replies)
shirova: < YouRang: <al wazir> In your 19. Nxf7 Qxg3 line, how do you respond if 21...Qf4? > Hehe, the response is no reply!
   Feb-08-06 Anand vs Aronian, 2006 (replies)
shirova: <tacticsrule: I think the Match of the Tournament! Can anybody tell me different?> What's the difference between a match and a game?
   Jan-27-06 Corus Group A (2006) (replies)
shirova: <Feast> That's one if the funniest posts!
   Jan-24-06 S Chau vs T M Mok, 2004 (replies)
shirova: <EmperorAtahualpa> I guess you are saying White still lost instead of Black lost.
   Jan-19-06 Kateryna Lagno (replies)
   Jan-19-06 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
   Jan-17-06 Zhong Zhang (replies)
   Jan-11-06 Keres Memorial Rapid (2006) (replies)
   Oct-16-05 Susan Polgar (replies)
   Oct-15-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
   Oct-14-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
   Oct-14-05 Radjabov vs Kramnik, 2003 (replies)
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