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Ghengis Pawn II
Member since Mar-22-03 · Last seen Aug-18-13
Do I play chess because I'm schizophrenic, or am I schizophrenic because I play chess? just kidding, or am I?

Chess and acoustic guitar are my passions in life, and just for kicks I like writing techno music.

Sicilian is my reply to e4, Kings Indian or Slav to d4. As for openings I favour d4 against stronger opponents, and love the Queens gambit. I was into the grob awhile ago and the Albin countergambit for blitz matches.

P.S...I love shawarma's.

If you want to play me, email me at

   Ghengis Pawn II has kibitzed 80 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-26-03 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: I have always kept an inventory in my head of whether people are left handed or right handed, mainly for my own research purposes, and also since I'm a lefty myself its akin in us to know these things. It just dawned on me, I have no idea which famous chessplayers are left ...
   Nov-18-03 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: Anyways, I am not falling victim to you lawyer talk nonsense, have a nice life.
   Nov-12-03 Marshall vs Ed. Lasker, 1923 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: A few excerpts from Laskers "Chess Secrets I learned from the Masters" "This game was played at the University Club in New York. We were roped off in the centre of a room of vast proportions, in which a large number of members and guests followed the contest with intense ...
   Nov-11-03 M Basman vs C Daly, 1990 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: What a crazy opening!
   Nov-03-03 Anand vs Kramnik, 2003 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: Diggtydawn - Anand is Indian, not Russian. Did you mean Kramnik?
   Oct-30-03 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1911 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: This book was first published in 1951 before the birth of algebraic chess notation, in a now defunct/arcane chess language called descriptive notation. Many people found it unpleasant, hence why it died. However, by choosing to learn it you can open yourself to a new world ...
   Oct-30-03 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: ...After winning this game I was certainly in high spirits, and when Alekhine, in equally high spirits, proposed to take everybody to a night club who wanted to help him celebrate his victory, I did not hesitate accepting, feeling certain that I would win my last round game ...
   Oct-26-03 Karpov vs Tal, 1980 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: 17. Qc6 is looking like it would of been a stronger move than Qd7. ...Qc6 18. bxc3 0-0 19. f3 Qxc3 ect...
   Oct-24-03 Suetin vs N Zilberman, 1973
Ghengis Pawn II: Blacks defence gives me serious belief anyone can achieve a rating of 2490 in their lifetime.
   Oct-24-03 Fischer vs H Berliner, 1960 (replies)
Ghengis Pawn II: I have been messing around with 18. e4 for Berliner to see if he could make a passed pawn of his own, it seems to grind out to a losing position however.
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