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Member since Dec-13-04 · Last seen Mar-07-07
Hey, Im a dropout loser who spends all my time trying to demistify the game of chess. I think the term for it is OBSESSION, oh well. Im a young moron who is currently 17 years old and have been playing chess for a little over a year. I hope I can achieve a skill level good enough to make something of my life, if not, theres always McDonalds, would you like fries with that?(Ive been practicing) I'm not your average chess fan, quite an oddball in the chess world if you ask me, I smoke the magical herb, and despite propaganda against it, helps me to see the game in a more creative manner. People say, pot doesnt really give you creativity, but this is BS considering the fact that it alters the chemical state of your mind and consequently changes the thought patterns that you may have, and from this creativity is born. Well, you probably think of me as a piece of trash by now, and I wont argue against that. Anyway, Im rated around 1350 or so, and rising quickly. umm...what was I saying? haha, just kidding. I enjoy long walks on the beach and talking to the leprachauns in my kitchen. I may be schizophrenic but hell, ill blame it on the drugs like everyone else. Well, thats me and if you dont like it I could care less. We do have one thing in common and that is chess. CHESS FANS OF THE WORLD UNITE.
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   MindlessOne has kibitzed 90 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-07-07 Petrosian vs Ivkov, 1979 (replies)
MindlessOne: I liked everything except the bishop, so why not capture. Rxd4, does anyone think maybe chessgames needs to pick up the intensity of the daily problems?
   Feb-26-07 Tolush vs Simagin, 1952 (replies)
MindlessOne: <kevin86a player subconsciously looks for a combination at all times. How touch is that play with that subconscious is the difference
   Feb-26-07 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
MindlessOne: Nothing about petrosian is boring. His style is accurate. His knowledge on closed games is unprecedented. Most of his games are nothing short of remarkable. Anyone who says petrosian is boring doesnt have an appreciation for that style of play. MAybe they prefer to see ...
   Feb-26-07 M Mazek vs Z Szymczak, 2001 (replies)
MindlessOne: Found it pretty quick, simple tactic. its going to be a good week
   Feb-21-07 W Holthuis vs K van Oirschot, 1987 (replies)
MindlessOne: I like this, saw it instantly bxa7 was the first move I looked at.
   Feb-20-07 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
MindlessOne: Easy puzzle! I've been working alot on these tpes of problems lately and I spotted it instantly. There are four distinct pieces in the work here and it is easy to decide how to continue. One of the first thing I always look at is either a rook or queen sac because they seem to ...
   Mar-05-05 Kasparov vs F Vallejo Pons, 2005 (replies)
MindlessOne: Kasparov is taking this tournament blind, <the results are posted at where you can also listen in> Leko although hasnt won or loss yett, all hes managed is draws. Topolav and anand as of March-05-2005 are tied.
   Feb-23-05 Torre vs N Banks, 1924 (replies)
MindlessOne: <hypermodern> Im having a hardtime understanding your post, how does any knight get to e4? Anyway, 12...exd4 doesnt seem that realistic to me either, i am not well versed in this opening, but whites black bishop was givin too much influence over the board after bishop ...
   Feb-22-05 Marshall vs Swiderski, 1904 (replies)
MindlessOne: such a simple endgame idea. This one was almost too easy
   Feb-17-05 Spielmann vs Janowski, 1926 (replies)
MindlessOne: wow, I dont think ive ever seen an ending quite like that one. Are there any other games that endin with 2Q vs Q+2R? You would think that the 2 rooks would be a slight advantage over the queen
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