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Member since Jan-27-02
Hello chess world! It's great to be living in the computer age and be able to communicate to people with similar interests. Here's my contribution to chess theory The Deja Vu opening.1)Nf3 any 2)Ng1! Every computer I've played has succumed to this line. I guess having the computer look for this position in it's opening book is too avant garde. I started using this line in 1995 at Rogelio Caparros' house in New Jersey author of Capablanca. To hell with theory. Sometimes you have to come up with a trick to overcome immense obstacles. I thought the computer was going to make me retire from chess. Fritz2 beat me in my alcholic state over 30 times before I came up with the Deja Vu. I'm glad I thought of it I'm still enjoying chess! I have to admit Fritz6 hasn't fallen but I'm working on a different plan to stop the metal beasts. Rene Ray P.S. I did beat Fritz 6 in a 5 minute bame at the top level with no take backs but I lost over 185 bames trying.

Eratum: "El Sid" as known in the jungles of Miami, has many different postures - some more pliable than others... Having dealt with the mythos for over nine years I give you this advice, don't wreastle with yourself as refracted by El Sid - just bow.

Bob "El Loco"

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   PinkZebra has kibitzed 52 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-05-13 H Czarnowski vs G Neumann, 1867 (replies)
PinkZebra: Doesn't 60) Rd3 win?
   Oct-01-13 I Biniashvili vs V Vepkhvishvili, 1964 (replies)
PinkZebra: After 24)Kf7 Rxd8 and white wins material!
   Mar-10-05 Topalov vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
PinkZebra: Nf3 looks like a booboo!
   Mar-08-05 Adams vs Kasparov, 2005 (replies)
PinkZebra: A great game from a legendary champion but I still think Adams should of played h6 instead of Bg5.
   May-27-04 L Bruzon Batista vs Dominguez Perez, 2004 (replies)
PinkZebra: The way that white manipulates the king toward the dangerous white bishop and captures the outside passed pawn is instructive. The follow up is beautiful and could be a study.
   May-26-04 Gruenfeld vs Torre, 1925 (replies)
PinkZebra: Here is a fine example of natural talent versus theoretical knowledge. I find this combination superb in that it shows how Torre makes the most out of a central freeing break and then translates it into a mating attack.
   Mar-28-04 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
PinkZebra: Has anybody seen the game between Jan Votava vs Anna Zatonskih, Reyjavic, two weeks ago?
   Nov-14-03 X3D Fritz vs Kasparov, 2003 (replies)
PinkZebra: You list this game with the computer playing white. Please correct this as on the game page the computer is black.
   Nov-14-03 Kasparov vs X3D Fritz, 2003 (replies)
PinkZebra: I think Mr. Kasparov had better chances with 33)R-f4. This holds the back rank and attacks f7.
   Jan-23-03 Nijboer vs Polgar, 1989 (replies)
PinkZebra: Does anyone have any comments on the possible (17)...f7-f5? Also the quiet moves like d7-d6 or f7-f6 and wait until white commits his remainning pieces.
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