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Member since Mar-09-05 · Last seen Apr-04-05
Hello i am a chess fanatic. I love to collect brilliant, superp and bizzare chess games. This site is very wonderful.
The Kasparov's announcement of his retirement came as a stunning and unbelievable news.

This is rather tragic on the part of his fans. . .

   spirovskiyev has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-31-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
spirovskiyev: Kramnik is a drawmaster. A boring, uneventful player and he has tremendous draws that makes him least favoured among the champs. I somewhat do not like his taste of play.
   Mar-28-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
spirovskiyev: I have often fancied with myself about the Fischer-Karpov Match... Were there any games occured between these two titanic masters... I could only imagine... BUT THE SCHOCKING AND STUNNING REVELATION IS THAT FISCHER AND KARPOV ACTUALLY PLAYED GAMES AFTER A NEGOTIATION IN 1976 ...
   Mar-18-05 Xu Jun vs Ivanchuk, 1993 (replies)
spirovskiyev: I wonder why the could not determine the site of this game. . . This game is from the Lucerne World Team Championship 1993, Switzerland. . .
   Mar-18-05 Gulko vs Kasparov, 1995 (replies)
spirovskiyev: I just wonder that there are only eight (8) Gulko-Kasparov games in the Database, where Gulko Scores with 3 wins, 1 loss and four draws. . .would anybody show me the ten games. . . I would be very happy to look into those games...
   Mar-18-05 The World vs Kosteniuk, 2004 (replies)
spirovskiyev: Wow, what a game, the world beaten by Kosteniuk!!! ice lemon tea <lol...who is/are representative/s of "the world"? is it 6 billions persons vs Kosteniuk? LoL
   Mar-16-05 Topalov vs Kasparov, 1998 (replies)
spirovskiyev: Kasparov was beaten by Topalov in Linares super tournament barely a week ago. Sadly it was Kasparov's last professional game. It is indeed saddening.
   Mar-16-05 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
spirovskiyev: I believe that Capablanca was greater than Alekhine. . . If only Alekhine granted Capa a rematch...I am sure history would have changed. Alekhine was a weakling in taking such risk in having a rematch with Capablanca. Chess, is after all, taking a risk. . .
   Mar-16-05 Kasparov vs A Dreev, 1994 (replies)
spirovskiyev: Great. . .lopium I will check 'em out. Thanks.
   Mar-15-05 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1996 (replies)
spirovskiyev: This is the earlier version of the Deep Blue Super Computer which defeated Kasparov a year later. This silicon opponent is believed to have the calculating power of 100 million chess moves per second...
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