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   Bigbluedog has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-14-04 Raymond Keene (replies)
Bigbluedog: I must say that is a great system! Appears it would not only make each game more interesting but also affect the overall strategy for playing the tournament or match as a whole! the doggieman
   Oct-14-04 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Bigbluedog: Not only , can they do that(?) but they have done just that! And yes it is stupid and moronic both! When the big G gets after anybody for any reason true or false they are hell bent to succeed. Damn shame too. That they wasted the time ,effort and money to pursue and arrest a ...
   Oct-12-04 Capablanca vs Lasker, 1921 (replies)
Bigbluedog: Squaredance, I believe that at that time 1924, the two were so close to each other in abilty that had they played the odds would have been 50/50. Not to detract from Capablanca's play/ability but I definately believe that the match in Cuba would have turned out much different had
   Oct-12-04 Mikhail Tal (replies)
Bigbluedog: Tal= Tactics and sacrifice to me . Of course he was so much more as those two alone no matter how great would not be enough to attain the title as he did! His games represent to me that battle. You know the one that will decide the whole war! He created games in that way! ...
   Oct-11-04 Judit Polgar (replies)
Bigbluedog: I have no knowledge to indicate to me that Judit Polgar is weaker or stronger than Karpov. I do however believe absolutely that she could not win a match against the top five men , my pick TOP FIVE - Anand,Leko, Kramnik ,Kasparov and Topalov? Number five is hard for me to decide ...
   Oct-11-04 Leko vs Kramnik, 2004 (replies)
Bigbluedog: I love to play or see fighting chess. I try to avoid draws in my games because I view a draw as a failure on my part even if I play black. That being my viewpoint I still say these guys are playing a MATCH , not just one game! Each felt a draw would benefit them. It is a decision
   Oct-08-04 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Bigbluedog: Everett I agree there. clendenon does have interesting idea there. I would bet with him that Fischer's average number of moves per game is the lowest. Now for some math expert to do the the numbers and give the results. Although Fischers contempt for quick draws may hurt his ...
   Oct-08-04 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
Bigbluedog: By the way a miscalculation is a blunder. What else would one call it ? Fischer being Fischer did not insure perfection. It merely insured fear by all that faced him! the doggieman Bigbluedog
   Oct-08-04 Kramnik - Leko Classical World Championship Match (2004) (replies)
Bigbluedog: You are correct lucifershammer, Anand not only hurts his chances by refusing to participate but makes this dog think maybe he is having the start of that "Fischer complex". One of the most talked about things concerning Fischer was his refusing to play at times and his giving ...
   Oct-05-04 Kramnik vs Polgar, 2003 (replies)
Bigbluedog: Gowe you are wrong in your apparent assumption that my comment was made in a sexist way. I have great admiration for Judit Polgar and would have no problem if she could or actually did succeed in breaking the top three! I go even further to say if she played and took the world ...
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