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Member since Nov-12-05
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   Chopin has kibitzed 3560 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-02-06 Alexandra Kosteniuk (replies)
Chopin: <Kosteniuk recently won against Korchnoi in a small blitz tournament in Mexico City, they both ended up sharing second after Karjakin.> Korchnoi hasn't fully healed after his blitz loss to Sofia Polgar-- now it's Kosteniuk. This would surely take him into early retirement.
   Dec-01-06 Gioachino Greco (replies)
Chopin: <papynchase> <With so many NNs in his games (and others), has anyone determined NN's actual strength> About the strength of a chiwawa.
   Dec-01-06 Loek van Wely (replies)
Chopin: <The first prize was a trained horse> Do they still use the barter trade system in the Netherlands?
   Dec-01-06 NN (replies)
Chopin: <Sibahi> <I have started a Game Collection: NN's worst defeats . Everyone is welcome to suggest games.> If it's ok with you, I'd like to submit some of my own games-- I'd like to remain anonymous.
   Dec-01-06 Piano (replies)
Chopin: <Yo-Yo Ma, Elgar Cello Concerto, 3rd. mvmt> This is a beautiful piece!
   Nov-27-06 technical draw chessforum (replies)
Chopin: <Open Defence><are you sure it isnt an after effect of bull fighting ?> It was the tomato fighting! I got beaten up badly! :)The sight of ketchup and tomatoes still gives me nightmares-- luckly, I prefer mustard.
   Nov-26-06 WannaBe chessforum (replies)
Chopin: <Wannabe> I was told that if you're rated under 2000, you should always play the closed variation against the sicilian-- otherwise, you allow your opponent to play like a GM, if he's well versed. Just recently, I played the closed sicilian variation against a former 2450 ELO ...
   Nov-26-06 Chopin chessforum (replies)
Chopin: Legendary Chinese cellist, Yo-Yo Ma.
   Nov-26-06 achieve chessforum (replies)
Chopin: <achieve> Canadian violinist, Lara St John. <Lara St John - Beethoven, Violin Sonata in C minor>
   Oct-30-06 dakgootje chessforum (replies)
Chopin: <dakgootje> <Like what you do, and be good in it> The bottom line is to excel at whatever you do-- then the money will come. At your age, don't worry too much about "will I be able to land a good job" rather concentrate on doing well in school. If you have good grades, ...
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