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Pentala Harikrishna vs Sergey Karjakin
Baku Olympiad (2016), Baku AZE, rd 10, Sep-12
Italian Game: Italian Variation (C50)  ·  1-0

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Sep-16-16  Ultra: Arguing and insulting on the Internet. Mom would be so proud.
Sep-17-16  Abdel Irada: ∞

<keypusher: <shams> He's like <Overgod> with bad manners.>

I see him more as the misbegotten spawn of a cartoon alligator and a cartoon rooster.

Sep-17-16  Chesstorian72: <Bumdel Iratwerp> I see you as a patzer, with no chess skills at all and can't evaluate a chess position nor can you calculate even four moves ahead.
Sep-17-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: Time for a new inhabitant of iggydumb.
Sep-17-16  Abdel Irada: ∞

In my last post, I should have said "cartoon *mascot* alligator," but I think most of you have been here long enough to know what (and whom) I meant.

However, I have since re-evaluated <Chesstorian72> and recognized in him an industrious but plodding neophyte troll, possibly around 44 years old.

Old enough to know better, even if he's 14. Not dumb enough, I hope, to run immediately afoul of kibitzing restriction by causing people to ignore him in droves.

I will observe him as one observes a flock of vultures circling ever lower, and knows that one nears what may soon become a corpse.

Sep-17-16  Chesstorian72: <twerpdel irabum> I have correctly and accurately evaluated you as a bum chess player with no skills and cannot calculate 5 moves deep.

Also I will observe you as a peasant being thrown into an arena with lions for my entertainment and I laugh as they tear you apart and eat you.

Sep-17-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: <Abdel Irada> That poster appears to have rather an obsession with that feature of the anatomy, to the point that <petit trump> has evidently found a soul mate, as each attempts to satiate their apparently nearly insatiable lust for homoerotic imagery.
Sep-18-16  Abdel Irada: ∞

As you can see from his last reply, <Chesstorian72> is exactly as I described him: a plodding neophyte troll.

Now, of course, everyone starts off as a beginner. But talented beginners can learn and progress quickly. Not so the limping mediocrity who lacks the imagination to think of more than two epithets: "bum" and "twerp."

However, unless he is genuinely cognitively challenged (which is unlikely on a chess site), he will probably gradually sharpen his trolling skills, and may perhaps, with sustained application and constant practice, rise to class C or even B.

But if he entertains some thought of a championship match against <tolengoy>, his task is hopeless. He will never be a world-class troll.

Sep-18-16  john barleycorn: < Abdel Irada: ∞

As you can see from his last reply, <Chesstorian72> is exactly as I described him: a plodding neophyte troll.

... ∞>

Dr Abdel "House" Irada from now on.
Alma Mater: CG.

Impressive vita:

world class Rogoffer, distinguished linguistic, master class philosopher, *good scientist*, *decent mathematician" and expert medical analyst among others

Sep-18-16  offramp: I have been in this crazy old net that we call inter for thirty years, and I know that there is no subject too minor that it can't develop into a no-holds-barred nuclear bare-knuckle fist fight on the rim of Mount St Helens.

Here is an example: Karjakin loses a game to Harikrishna and two days later the Sith Empire has moved troops into position.

Sep-18-16  WorstPlayerEver: I thought only kids use herp derp twerp all the time. Now wait...
Sep-18-16
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  devere: 20...d5? was a serious positional error. After that Karjakin's position got more and more difficult until the blunder 26...Qf5??. Black had to try 26...Kf8, although White still had the advantage. I wonder why Karjakin didn't just resign after 27.N(h)f6+; I guess because it was a team match.
Sep-18-16  Chesstorian72: <abbum twerpidel><As you can see from his last reply, <Chesstorian72> is exactly as I described him: a plodding neophyte troll.

Now, of course, everyone starts off as a beginner. But talented beginners can learn and progress quickly. Not so the limping mediocrity who lacks the imagination to think of more than two epithets: "bum" and "twerp."

However, unless he is genuinely cognitively challenged (which is unlikely on a chess site), he will probably gradually sharpen his trolling skills, and may perhaps, with sustained application and constant practice, rise to class C or even B.

But if he entertains some thought of a championship match against <tolengoy>, his task is hopeless. He will never be a world-class troll.>

I'm not a trall at all, I don't even know what that is! My guess is you're trying to sound smart or something on a chess site. Maybe its you who's the trally! I'm just here to talk about chess players and chess. You're a bum, who needs to stop posting nonsense and start analyzing 30 games a day and start getting better. Stop wasting time you pathetic patzer. Dumb little peasant doesn't even care about chess.

Sep-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  saffuna: No. of posts by <chesstorian72>: 43

No. of posts containing any chess analysis: 3

Sep-18-16
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  perfidious: Number of posts by <carbuncle> from 12th September onwards: 31

Number of the above which <do not> contain the anatomical reference of which he is much enamoured: 8

One would think that Thomas Assmann is clearly his favourite page, given our boy's obsession and all....

Sep-18-16  Chesstorian72: <Sabumma><No. of posts by <chesstorian72>: 43 No. of posts containing any chess analysis: 3>

But most of it has to do with chess and chess players,you dumb patzer.

Sep-18-16  Chesstorian72: <Old man perfidious> little old patzer,you need to lay off the alcohol, its not good for your liver and you're drunk again.
Sep-18-16
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  perfidious: <chessnothing> This 'drunken old patzer' would mop the floor with your worthless carcase.

On a bad day.

Sep-18-16  Chesstorian72: <old man perfidious><chessnothing> This 'drunken old patzer' would mop the floor with your worthless carcase. On a bad day.>

Hahahahahaha good one old patzer but we both know I would break every bone in your frail body by just touching you, then I would proceed to eat your carcase in front of your peasant friends.

Sep-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  saffuna: I am sensing echoes of the late lamented kibitzer <ferociousbeast>.
Sep-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: Had never heard of that user, so reviewed his last, ah, contributions.

In my view, he earns the adjective unlamented, which was presumably <saffuna>'s intention.

Sep-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  saffuna: What? <ferociousbeast> wrote the greatest post in chessgames history:

<I just got out of jail I am ready to Join in and HELP you noobs before you lose this position.>

The World vs G Timmerman, 2007

Sep-18-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: Been more than eight years since he last visited--may well be he went back inside.
Nov-01-16  Open Defence: 22.Nh5 is an alternative..

But 22.e6 is interesting after say 22..Rxe6 (fxe6 Qc2 and after Qxc7 Ng5 later on in this line as the Queens are traded and the e file is closed for Black White is probably a little better) 23.Rxe6 Qxe6 24.Rxc7 Ng5 which should be level

Nov-01-16  Open Defence: Another idea is 22.Re3 when Black needs to regroup the Knight to e6 via f8 in order to defend
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