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   Blackreptile has kibitzed 63 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-12-11 Adams vs Carlsen, 2010 (replies)
Blackreptile: To play unusual openings at super GM level is to the credit and courage of Carlsen.I remember he played 1.a3 vs Ivanchuk in last year Amber tournament.I always wondered how GM don't tire themselves of playing all the time the boring Slavs or Spanish games.It is not at all ...
   Dec-23-10 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2010) (replies)
Blackreptile: I am fascinated by Ruan,almost unknown chinese woman player before world Championship. What a will of winning and nerves! She dominated Hou in her speciality: tactics! She is a specialist of tie-breaks and all the pressure is on Hou's shoulders now.
   Sep-26-10 The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
Blackreptile: I suggest you to look at the recent game Zhao Xue/Kostemiuk, Khanty Mansyisk Women Olympiad 5th round (1/0)played 2 days ago!
   Aug-15-10 Napoleon Bonaparte (replies)
Blackreptile: among thousands of books written on Napoleon, I recommend: "Napoleon, une imposture" (I don't know if it was translated from French)of Roger Caratini,re-establishing truth out of myth.The admirers of Napoleon will think it again...
   Feb-25-10 Linares (2010) (replies)
Blackreptile: Bravo Vesseline , a good come back with your ever fighting chess.You deserve to win the next world crown. I recall to those who find you are lucky that "Luck" if it exists in chess is always with the strong side.
   Feb-22-10 Topalov vs Aronian, 2010 (replies)
Blackreptile: In the 2nd game of the World championship match 2006 between Topalov and Kramnik, Topalov missed a clear win in a brillant game and finally lost.Remember!(or check it) on the 32nd move he played Qg6+ and ended losing dramatically.He won with the simple 32.Rxg4+ Bg7 33.Qc7!! ...
   Jan-17-10 Portisch vs de Firmian, 1990 (replies)
Blackreptile: I remember this game and its spectacular combination. It was not played at the normal time. Portisch asked for advancing the game because he had to go before the end of the tournament, something like that. De Firmian accepted and the game was played on the rest day I think, in ...
   Dec-04-09 Wesley So (replies)
Blackreptile: I appreciate the games of the young Wesley, and agree he will be a great and I understand the chess fans of Wesley.But not why he didn't participate in the recent world junior championship in Argentina, won by the the new french star Vachier-Lagrave? There he would have ...
   Nov-06-09 Tal Memorial (2009) (replies)
Blackreptile: The "Immortal tournament" of the draws is going on... (Already posted yesterday)
   Aug-27-09 Lputian vs Y Dokhoian, 1988 (replies)
Blackreptile: 29.Ne6+ and 30.Nd8 looks to me a best Knight ending for white than the game. OK black play Nf4 and win one pawn too.But Black strucure is so weak. Am I right or not?
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