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   PARACONT1 has kibitzed 421 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-02-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
PARACONT1: Amazing how people like <alicefujimori> can describe themselves so well when they try to paste their descriptions on others. Must be a sub-conscious desire to admit who they really are LOLOLOLOL
   Jan-02-06 Veselin Topalov (replies)
PARACONT1: they sure can. i knew you were one instantly. LOLOLOLOL
   Jan-01-06 Garry Kasparov (replies)
PARACONT1: Let's compromise: <abcpokerboy> Fischer's results betw 1970-72 makes him the greatest chess PLAYER ever. even Kasparov cannot match his shutouts of Taimanov and Larsen (ELO 3060 clip) Kasparov's No. 1 betw 1985-2005 makes him the greatest chess MASTER ever. This fact is ...
   Dec-30-05 Russian Championship Superfinal (2005) (replies)
PARACONT1: What a waste. Oversleeping may have cost Moro the title.
   Dec-29-05 Rublevsky vs S Volkov, 2005 (replies)
PARACONT1: I see Volkov winning in every variation.
   Dec-29-05 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
PARACONT1: <FHBradley> LOL. Interesting, but I wouldn't trust any article that has an exclamation mark after every sentence! It smacks of sensationalism! If there IS a picture of Alekhine in death why isn't it published?
   Dec-29-05 Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2000 (replies)
PARACONT1: <csmath> great analysis. Now it seems settled for almost certain (except to Kramnik haters) that Kasparov had NO chance of winning.
   Dec-27-05 Rublevsky vs Jakovenko, 2005 (replies)
PARACONT1: Kasparov has retired and is no longer a factor in chess. Do we have to be reminded of him by his picture next to the board?
   Dec-27-05 Kamsky vs Anand, 1994 (replies)
PARACONT1: No point playing on in a difficult position where the best he can hope for is a draw, which was effectively as good as a loss since he needed to win to tie the match.
   Dec-27-05 Salov vs Kamsky, 1995 (replies)
PARACONT1: This games crushed Salov's resolve to get back into the match (he was already 0-2 down to 'The Kid') and he lost another 2 games in the following 3 games. Is there a way for White to win this endgame (K+R+B vs K+R)?
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