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Member since Oct-26-03 · Last seen Feb-01-13
I live in Poland. I do not have any favourite players. However, among contemporary masters Veselin Topalov is the one whose victories I find the most fascinating.
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   Kandelabr has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-04-05 Radoslaw Wojtaszek (replies)
Kandelabr: Today Wojtaszek became senior champion of Poland!
   Apr-09-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Kandelabr: <Benzol>, the text from the postcard is explained in piece of news, which <IKnowItWasYouFredo> was referring to. The first three lines in Latin say: "Filius datus est nobis, Princeps pacis", with the source ...
   Feb-14-05 G Tringov vs Sliwa, 1962 (replies)
Kandelabr: Thank you, Honza.
   Jan-16-05 Najdorf vs Tartakower, 1950 (replies)
Kandelabr: Najdorf representing Argentina and Tartakower representing France - two friends from pre-war Polish national team...
   Jul-02-04 Aleksander Wojtkiewicz (replies)
Kandelabr: <uponthehill> forgot to mention the reason of Wojtkiewicz`s incarceration. Wojtkiewcz spent 2 years in Soviet prison, because he had refused to join Soviet army. And Wojtkiewicz`s father died in Soviet prison.
   Jun-10-04 Henrique Mecking (replies)
Kandelabr: And what was the illness?
   Jun-08-04 Rafal Przedmojski (replies)
Kandelabr: Yesterday Rafal Przedmojski commented on topic Bogdan Sliwa Has not he become the strongest (Elo 2378) kibitzer on
   Jun-05-04 Jonathan Penrose (replies)
Kandelabr: Miroslaw Grabarczyk is a grandmaster and Bogdan Grabarczyk is an international master.
   May-10-04 Bartlomiej Macieja (replies)
Kandelabr: Welcome new champion of Poland.
   Apr-11-04 S Bjornsson vs Krasenkow, 2003
Kandelabr: GM Macieja: "After 23.ed5 Nd5 the threat of check on c3 decides, for example 24.Qg2 Nc3! 25.bc3 bc3 26.Ka1 Qb6 27.Bb5 Qb5 28.Nd3 c4 29.Rb1 Qa5 30.Nf2 Rb2 with compensation for material". - "Przeglad Szachowy" ("Chess Review"), 8(56)/2003; translation by <kandelabr>;-)
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