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Member since Apr-13-04 · Last seen May-24-16
Favourite players....
Tal, Korchnoi, Miles, Nunn, Blackburne and anothers I prefer black and good defence.
im unrated at the mo.
Favourite openings: Budapest, Alekhine defence, kings indian.

   Rowson has kibitzed 228 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-17-11 Fischer vs J Durao, 1966 (replies)
Rowson: i got it! "virtually any more"... was hard not to get this one!
   Nov-24-11 Aronian vs Svidler, 2011 (replies)
Rowson: at one point in this game i actually exclaimed "BRAVO!" waking my good lady wife up... can anyone guess when?
   Jul-31-11 Kramnik vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
Rowson: thank you very much for your comprehensive answer... :) I'll sort it. i didn't mean to make a fuss. :P
   Oct-18-05 P Lagowski vs I Khairullin, 2005 (replies)
Rowson: well thats just like your opinion man.
   Oct-05-05 D Pruess vs K Hills, 2000 (replies)
Rowson: where's <iron maiden>??? RUN TO THE HILLS!! is an iron maiden song... ROCK ON CHESS GEEKS!!!
   Sep-07-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
Rowson: Positional chess and tactical chess are just words all I care about is that a player does his/her best within the bounds of the rules to win or not lose. That they make the moves that they see as best in relation to the game and their overall standing the tournament, that is all you ...
   Sep-06-05 Lautier vs Timman, 1994 (replies)
Rowson: ohhhh i see it saves black but only for a while.
   Aug-31-05 Ducrest vs Timman, 1968
Rowson: what about black to move on move 25. as like a wednesday problem. Bxg3!! is awesome and leaving the queen hanging for so long makes for some good chess.
   Aug-30-05 Sax vs Ljubojevic, 1972 (replies)
Rowson: Ljubojevic does some interesting things with his bishops here... i mean locking the darked squared bishop out of the game for a while, there most be some wierd positional reason to it. anyone care to explain?
   Aug-30-05 R Cardoso vs Ljubojevic, 1974
Rowson: Ljubojevic and the alekhine these are a few of my favourite things. in this one Ljubojevic's well placed bishops seem to be doing more than the oppents night's dispite the closed position.
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