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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 therealdan@hotmail.com


   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 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 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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