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Parachessus
Member since Aug-23-18 · Last seen Nov-12-20
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   Parachessus has kibitzed 419 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-18-20 Reuben Fine (replies)
 
Parachessus: I forget who said it, but someone said that Fine's leaving chess was a loss for chess and a draw at best for psychoanalysis.
 
   Mar-06-20 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Parachessus: IN THE NEWS: Two of the most promising Ukrainian chess stars have been found dead in what local media is reporting as death by nitrous oxide, also dubbed as laughing gas or “hippy crack." "Speed chess champion Stanislav Bogdanovich, 27, and his girlfriend Alexandra Vernigora, ...
 
   Feb-27-20 Euwe vs Denker, 1946
 
Parachessus: "How could Euwe do this to me?"
 
   Feb-25-20 James A Thinnsen (replies)
 
Parachessus: <How did the Bombardier Beetle manage to somehow "Evolve" the Explosive chemicals, inhibitor, enzymes, glands, combustion tubes, sensory communication, muscles to direct the combustion tubes and reflex nervous systems AT THE SAME TIME in order to be able to perfectly control ...
 
   Feb-25-20 ketchuplover chessforum (replies)
 
Parachessus: Happy and Merry belated birthday and Christmas and New Years!
 
   Feb-18-20 J Rejfir vs Menchik, 1934 (replies)
 
Parachessus: Too bad she died at age 38, she might have added many more men to her club. I love these older games, chess seemed more "heroic" and eventful back in those simpler times.
 
   Feb-14-20 A J Love vs P Paris, 1979 (replies)
 
Parachessus: The Love-Paris Match of 1979? Talk about obscure matches. I bet it didn't inflame much passion outside of New Zealand.
 
   Feb-13-20 Yu Yangyi vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
 
Parachessus: The big blunder was 18. Be7? (-1.4) Looks like 18. Qd1 (-0.1)was required.
 
   Feb-12-20 A Khasin vs Averbakh, 1961 (replies)
 
Parachessus: These two old chess warriors are still alive. Averbakh is 98 and Khasin is 96! Really good genes.
 
   Feb-12-20 D Foord vs E Kirk, 2010 (replies)
 
Parachessus: I have a harder time with these puzzles because I know many people here will say how easy it was, they spotted it immediately, etc. etc. and that causes psychological interference with my thought processes, the feeling that I am competing with people. This goes alllll the way ...
 
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