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   vkwow has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Mar-29-13 Carlsen vs Ivanchuk, 2013 (replies)
vkwow: Nice game by Ivanchuk
   Mar-24-13 G Negyesy vs K Honfi, 1955 (replies)
vkwow: Qxa2 Nxa2 Rd1+ Nc1- white wins
   Dec-03-12 Wang Hao vs Caruana, 2012
vkwow: hao seems to have american players' number... Caruana is Italian-American, and then Nakamura, Kamsky. Wow.
   Nov-20-12 World Youth Championship (2012) (replies)
vkwow: <hemateme> from what I remember correctly(having played before) the top prize is a dual core laptop. Still not that much, considering the expenses and that most regular tourneys pay out more in value.
   Sep-28-12 Radjabov vs G Jones, 1997 (replies)
vkwow: <JohnBoy> at the World youth, the requirement is you can't have turned 10 before the start of the year.(Jan 1) So, Radjabov was eligible, as he was born in March.
   Sep-08-12 Nakamura vs Kramnik, 2012 (replies)
vkwow: <Jimfromprovidence>, are you so sure that that final ending is a difficult win? It takes a lot of moves, but white can support the pawn, bring his king up, and win the bishop for a pawn, getting a king bishop and knight vs.king which is elementary in the top level.
   Aug-31-12 Pentala Harikrishna (replies)
vkwow: He breaks the 2700 club!!!
   Jun-18-12 Tarjan vs Henley, 1984 (replies)
vkwow: If you press "pgn download",the game which comes up is tarjan vs. khenkin, as mentioned by Phony Benoni.
   Jun-11-12 L Lane vs N Gaprindashvili, 1961 (replies)
vkwow: I think time trouble is a very unlikely reason for the draw , considering that there are only 3 moves till the time control, and all the moves require zero thinking up until then. Black can simply wait and take action after the time control is reached.
   May-15-12 Gelfand vs Anand, 2012 (replies)
vkwow: Anand would kill Gelfand in rapid, for he is the much better player in this format. Against Kamsky, for instance, Gelfand blundered a queen, and the only reason he advanced was because Kamsky missed another tactic in the next game(which Anand would have definitely seen)
   Mar-31-12 A Alavkin vs V Diu, 2002 (replies)
   Jan-30-11 Vachier-Lagrave vs Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, 2000 (replies)
   Nov-02-08 Anand vs Kramnik, 2008 (replies)
   Oct-15-08 R G Wade vs R F Boxall, 1953 (replies)
   Oct-14-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
   Sep-30-08 E Najer vs Negi, 2008 (replies)
   May-16-08 Karjakin vs Kamsky, 2008
   Apr-21-08 V Gashimov vs Bacrot, 2008 (replies)
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