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Member since May-12-12 · Last seen May-30-20
I am from Maryland in the USA. I consider myself an average club player with a USCF rating of roughly 1800. My favorite chess players include Keres, Spassky, Nakamura, Morozevich, and Adams. I enjoy and I applaud its creators and administrators. You all provide a great service.
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   transpose has kibitzed 199 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-29-19 Israel Albert Horowitz (replies)
transpose: my first chess book was his tome on chess openings. i think it was published in 1957 - ish. As a 16 year old, I remember seeing the book in a bookstore and thinking how remarkable that chess can be so systemic. I still use it to brandish some older variations when I want to ...
   Jan-26-19 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
transpose: I am glad Hikaru has a New Year's resolution to improve his classical rating--he has been in a free fall in 2018.
   Dec-31-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
transpose: I joined to play blitz but the lag I experience at the end of some games is too annoying to accept. Which playing sites have the least amount of lag? Any recommendations?
   Oct-10-18 Cinky Boikanyo
transpose: one of the better names in chessgames.cpm
   Aug-27-18 Sinquefield Cup (2018) (replies)
transpose: Magnus vs. Hikaru = Roadrunner vs. Wile E. Coyote.
   Aug-13-18 Topalov vs W So, 2016 (replies)
transpose: Such an easy puzzle for a Monday morning. I shall now take up checkers. I think I remember how to play that game.
   Jun-24-18 Grand Chess Tour Paris (Blitz) (2018) (replies)
transpose: I am glad Hikaru won the tournament. He did it with solid play (only one loss) and steady nerves. I believe he held back a bit in the blitz (taking a draw where he could have pressed on in some cases) because he knows that the Grand Chess Tour is more than any one stage, and he is
   May-07-18 Daniil Dubov (replies)
transpose: I have now heard that his style resembles that of Capablanca, Petrosian, and Tal. Any chess player that can elicit such comparisons must be a universal player, capable of playing any type of position.
   Mar-27-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
transpose: I am looking forward to Carlsen v Caruana. May there be many decisive games by each player.
   Mar-18-18 Fabiano Caruana (replies)
transpose: <Arconax> His relative weakness in faster time controls: currently 18th in rapid and 10th in blitz on the live rating list. There is no one close to Magnus' relative strength in all three time controls or FR. But if I had to pick a challenger out of the current top ten ...
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