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white pawn
Member since Jun-18-04 · Last seen Jan-01-13
I just started playing tournament chess recently. I don't know my rating because I'm still provisional. I live in Arizona, and my favorite players are Fischer, Morphy, and Capablanca. I also enjoy doing puzzles, like the Rubik's cube. I can solve the 3x3x3 in under a minute usually, and I've recently taught myself how to do the Rubik's Revenge, which is a 4x4x4. If anyone out there is a Rube head, let me know and maybe we can learn from eachother.
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   white pawn has kibitzed 225 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-29-05 J Nikolac vs Timman, 1979 (replies)
white pawn: I got today's... and I knew why the answer was the correct one <sneaky> :-). It was quite simple, however. I'm just glad I get to add another notch to my "solved a Friday-puzzle belt..." Oh yeah, it's a real belt.
   Jul-15-05 G Marco vs Marshall, 1902 (replies)
white pawn: It's supposed to be like "Mark of the Beast," which is 666 which is what <Benzol> had mentioned.
   Jun-22-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005 (replies)
white pawn: <WD Ricther> So either player can claim a draw anytime after 50 moves, as long as it's their turn?
   Jun-21-05 Hydra vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
white pawn: are there time controls?
   Jun-20-05 Bird vs De Vere, 1868 (replies)
white pawn: Wow, mate with only a pawn attacking the king.
   Jun-20-05 Nigel Short (replies)
white pawn: How old is he in the picture at the top? He looks like he's 16.
   Jun-17-05 Deep Blue vs Polgar, 1993 (replies)
white pawn: "The doctor said my nose would quit bleeding if I just kept my finger out of there." "Is this my house?" "Ms. Hoover, my worm jumped into my mouth." "When I grow up, I want to be a principal, or a cateripillar."
   Jun-05-05 R I Reynolds vs Nunn, 1987 (replies)
white pawn: <Fred64>Adam of course, the first man on Earth. That's what he meant by "first" right? Anyway, great puzzle. The white king is tied up along with his comraddes, whilst the black king is free to roam and gobble up the enemy pawns! Nice.
   Jun-02-05 Fischer vs D Ames, 1955 (replies)
white pawn: When he was just a fetus, I actually beat him.
   Jun-02-05 Unzicker vs L A Sanchez, 1952 (replies)
white pawn: What is the definition of a "passed pawn"?
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