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wmking40
Member since Oct-17-04 · Last seen Mar-08-07
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   wmking40 has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-25-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
wmking40: I love acirce
 
   Dec-21-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
 
wmking40: are "chessical" and "chessically" actual words?
 
   Oct-09-05 A J Goldsby (replies)
 
wmking40: AJ, can you play blind?
 
   Aug-17-05 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
 
wmking40: I really had no intention of proving that capablanca was a greater endgame player than rubinstein. I just felt that the game I listed might, to a degree, refute the statement that Capablanca was "not even close" to as skillful at the endgame as rubinstein.
 
   May-19-05 Anand vs Kramnik, 2005 (replies)
 
wmking40: Ive been reading some of the reasons posted jestfully on why Kramnik is playing poorly and these two posted by csmath struck me. 1. Boyfriend has herpes. and 2. No gays allowed in Bulgarian national theater. Is Kramnik gay or am I interpreting these jokes horribly wrong.
 
   May-19-05 Capablanca vs E Eliskases, 1936 (replies)
 
wmking40: The position after 41... kh7 is truly remarkable. I wonder if white has an decided advantage at this point or if Capablanca's stellar technique wins a drawn game.
 
   May-11-05 Morphy vs J Carr, 1858 (replies)
 
wmking40: Does anyone have a game collection of quiet moves like Morphy's Kf2? I find these kind of moves to be very difficult to see.
 
   May-11-05 E Schuehler vs W Muster, 1963 (replies)
 
wmking40: WillC21, clearly you are unaware or Jaym's combonational abilities and theoretical knowledge. With his book knowledge and natural genius, I wouldn't be surprised if he could play on par with Capablanca or even the future world champion Kosteniuk for that matter. You definately ...
 
   Apr-12-05 Speelman / Keene / King / Forbes vs Kasparov / Short, 1993 (replies)
 
wmking40: Mr. Keene(or whoever might know an answer to this question), how does it work with four players on the same team deliberating on the strongest move to play? Except for checking for tactical mistakes, would the weaker players not serve as a liability to the stronger players? I would
 
   Apr-08-05 Gioachino Greco (replies)
 
wmking40: Jaymthegenius, did you really spell "Morphy's" as "Morphies"?
 
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