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Member since Jul-30-06 · Last seen Nov-05-11
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   AGOJ has kibitzed 149 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-05-11 M S Rodriguez vs A J Goldsby, 2011 (replies)
AGOJ: As you may know from previous posts, I stopped playing "live chess" in 1989, and only play occasional online games now, but you know what I miss? The trash talk that goes with playing blitz. "You're going to play that s**t?" "Yeah, I will because you don't know how to exploit it!" You ...
   Nov-02-11 Coulter vs E Schiller, 1991 (replies)
AGOJ: Hmm. Colts over Coulter.
   Nov-02-11 Smit vs G Welling, 1978 (replies)
AGOJ: Smitten.
   Oct-17-11 Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard, 1858 (replies)
AGOJ: <JoergWalter: Out of curiosity: How do you spot "everyone" all over the place? Amazing.> I am sure <Everyone> is very attentive to <Everything> (his wife/partner/girlfriend). He is also the brother of <No-one> (who often goes by his stage name, <Captain ...
   Oct-13-11 Nakamura vs A J Goldsby, 2003 (replies)
AGOJ: @<SWT> Thanks for posting the link to Danielsen's video. I laughed when he called Kramnik "chicken" (twice!) and backed it up with analysis. A few things were striking (but not surprising): (a) he won the game at home; (b) he was ready to take the Nd5 as soon as the opportunity ...
   Oct-01-11 A J Goldsby vs E Jonsson, 1980 (replies)
AGOJ: @<Shams> You may well be right, but I don't know enough about the Japanese to make that statement. For one, I've been to Denmark many times, but never to Japan.
   Sep-27-11 A J Goldsby vs R Phillips, 2011 (replies)
AGOJ: Tongue in cheek, I assume.
   Sep-27-11 0 (replies)
AGOJ: @<colonel mortimer> With all due respect, the situation in the Middle East is quite a bit more complex than your Iowa analogy suggests. And on a side note, I don't think "jews" qualify as a "race of people". Even if the concept of race had any biological meaning (but let's not go
   Sep-27-11 Morphy vs Le Carpentier, 1849 (replies)
AGOJ: I love the symmetry of it, recovering the odds rook at the same time that mate is delivered.
   Sep-25-11 Lasker vs Tarrasch, 1908 (replies)
AGOJ: I like the little dance of the white queen, d2-c2-e2-d2.
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