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Member since Jun-28-04 · Last seen Apr-03-09
PinkPanther is my chess hero/idol. He dislikes old and/or wrinkled chess players (i.e. Korchnoi), & positional (boring, according to him) players like Kramnik. If you're one of them, please stay away from this chess site! Do not make my chess hero angry! (just kidding..but PP really dislikes Korchnoi & Kramnik, & that's no joke).

my name is chewbacca. i play either 1.a4 or 1.h4. i have recently played against a Saitek Prisma table-top chess computer with a 2050 swedish elo. it's in classical time controls (1hr 30mins/40 moves). chess computers are well known to dislike closed positions, so i decided to closed the position, especially on the queenside where white often seeks counterplay in the king's indian. i made some mistakes along the way because i'm just an average patzer. but i believe the chess computer played worse than i did, & played a number of skeptical moves especially in the middlegame due to its dislike of closed positions:

Saitek Prisma-Tanginamo (King's Indian: July 1, 2004)

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 O-O 6.Be2 e5 7.O-O Nc6 8.d5 Ne7 9.Ne1 Ne8 10.f3 f5 11.Bd3 f4 12.Bc2 g5 13.b4 h5 14.Bb2 Ng6 15.Rb1 a5 16.a3 g4 17.b5 b6 18.fxg4 hxg4 19.Nd3 Qh4 20.Qe2 Bf6 21.Rbc1 Kg7 22.Qe1 Qh6 23.g3 f3 24.Kh1 Bg5 25.Rb1 Rh8 26.Rf2 Be3 27.Bc1 Bxc1 28.Rxc1 Nf6 29.Rb1 Nh5 30.Qg1 Bd7 31.Re1 Rae8 32.Bd1 Rh7 33.Nb2 Reh8 34.Bc2 Qg5? 35.Rd1 Qh6 36.Ba4 Nhf4 37.gxf4 exf4 38.Rc2 g3 39.Rdd2 Ne5 40.c5 bxc5 41.b6 cxb6 42.Bxd7 Nxd7 43.Nd3 c4 44.Nb2 Ne5 45.Ncd1 Ng4 46.Qd4+ Kg8 47.Qxb6 Qxh2+ 48.Rxh2 Rxh2+ 49.Rxh2 Rxh2+ 50.Kg1 f2+ 51.Qxf2 gxf2+ 52.Nxf2 Rxf2 53.Nxc4 Ra2 54.Kf1 f3 55.Ke1 f2+ 56.Kf1 Nh2+ 57.Kg2 f1=Q+ 58.Kg3 Qf3+ 59.Kh4 Qg4 mate 0-1

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   tanginamo has kibitzed 229 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-05 MTel Masters (2005) (replies)
tanginamo: rd 3: anand-ponomariov 1-0 adams-kramnik 1/2 polgar-topalov 1/2
   Apr-29-05 Nimzo-Indian, Leningrad (E30) (replies)
tanginamo: one vote for leningrad. it reminds us of the soviet union. plus, i like saying le-nin-grrrrrrad.
   Apr-29-05 Anthony Santasiere (replies)
tanginamo: i think mr. santasiere wrote books on the king's gambit & the vienna where he's an expert. i may be wrong though.
   Apr-29-05 Ruslan Ponomariov (replies)
tanginamo: hi Resignation_Trap! glad to meet someone from cheyenne, wyoming. i was stationed there (f.e. warren afb) & surely miss the area.
   Apr-29-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
tanginamo: thank you, WillC21.
   Apr-29-05 Mikhail Golubev (replies)
tanginamo: GM Golubev is coming out with a new book, "Understanding the King's Indian" by Gambit publishing, may 2005 i believe, for all the KID fans.
   Apr-29-05 King's Indian (E92) (replies)
tanginamo: same here chessboyhaha. i like the KID. black plays for a win.
   Apr-16-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
tanginamo: 2851, just like the great GK.
   Apr-15-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
tanginamo: <dac1990> i'm getting a tax refund. woohoooo!!! hope everyone's the same too. i've filed mine almost a month ago.
   Mar-11-05 Sicilian, Scheveningen (B80) (replies)
tanginamo: <cu8sfan> "The Sicilian Scheveningen", authored by Kasparov & Nikitin. early 90's i believe. it should be on
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