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   BipolarChessorder has kibitzed 105 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-29-14 World Championship Candidates (2014) (replies)
BipolarChessorder: Chennai is my hometown, though I now live overseas. I always thought playing a WC match at home was not ideal for Anand. The pressure from the press and the fawning politicians and the public is so much greater, not to mention having to deal with the outstanding talent of ...
   Dec-28-11 Alekhine vs Ricondo, 1945 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: Boster, I think 1. Bf6! does the trick 1...Bxf6 2. e5! Nxd3 3. ef and Black has only a few spite checks.
   Mar-10-11 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
BipolarChessorder: Rumor has it that Anand's and his wife are going to have a kid sometime very soon. Celebration for victory over Topalov, I guess!
   Oct-29-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
BipolarChessorder: Congratulations to Anand and Kramnik for contesting a match with high quality games and excellent sporting spirit without the terrible behaviour of Danailov and Topalov that so marred the Kramnik-Topalov match. I'm a little disappointed that my screen name is (hopefully) ...
   Sep-27-08 Morphy vs Hart, 1854 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: More like a smashed, or pulverized Hart.
   Sep-14-08 Grand Slam Chess Final (2008) (replies)
BipolarChessorder: If Anand's performance is anything to go by, he's focussing on the upcoming match, which is a good thing. Winning one more tournament is not going to make the difference that beating VK would.
   Sep-14-08 R Ziatdinov vs D Gurevich, 1995 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: That didn't seem in the 'insane'category.
   Aug-15-08 C Von Zitzewitz vs L Cane, 2001 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: Perhaps a better pun would be "Cane caned".
   Jul-27-08 Kotronias vs N Davies, 1994 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: what's the continuation after 43..Ne6? Perhaps after 44.Qh5+ Kg8 45.dxe6 Ra7 may help Black last longer?
   Jul-12-08 Gelfand vs K Lerner, 1987 (replies)
BipolarChessorder: I was thinking of 44. Kd5 b3 45. Kc6 b2 46. Rf4, which threaten mate on f8 Norilsk - isn't that one of the most polluted cities in the world??
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