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Member since May-26-05
I am a strong player with an even stronger engine, my favorite player is A Karpov and Miguel Illescas, my favorite opening is the English, and my favorite endgame is the Rook endgames.

"He is the first world champion to be born in Asia." --about A Karpov

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   Wilhelm has kibitzed 386 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-14 Golombek vs Keres, 1939 (replies)
Wilhelm: Certainly 59...Bb2= is a blunder, 59...Bc3! (zugzwang) is the right move. Accurate calculations were not the strongest point back in the 40,50's, other mistakes were: A) 42....Kf6? allows 43 e5!= B) 48...Bc5? 49. Kd2 then ...
   Feb-23-12 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1996 (replies)
Wilhelm: Grandma's teeth?? weak pawns?? time to take this game out from those lists: here these teeth are the smile of death, Black has a lot of compensation for the scattered pawns. First, as pointed previously 27...d4? is a serious mistake 27...f4! instead and White is under attack, which ...
   Jul-04-05 Adams - Hydra Match (2005) (replies)
Wilhelm: <acirce: What on Earth is this supposed to mean?> Being a sneaky genius myself, I will try to help Supergrandmaster here and get a "A" at least for him, and modesty apart, illustrate his post with examples: The meaning is very simple. Everyone on Planet Earth are functions, ...
   Jul-03-05 Dortmund Sparkassen (2005) (replies)
Wilhelm: Round 1 Leko - van Wely 1-0 (+ W Novelty on move 18, Pelikan/Sveshnikov, 49 moves) Adams - Topalov 1-0 (+ B unsound Novelty in a Najdorf, 56 moves) Naiditsch - Sutovsky 1/2-1/2 (a long game of 86 moves) Kramnik - Svidler 1-0 (+ W Novelty in a Petrov, 45 moves) Nielsen - Bacrot 0-1 ...
   Jul-01-05 Kasimdzhanov vs Accoona Toolbar, 2005 (replies)
Wilhelm: Yet-another J Nunn's modified (Accoona version) perspective for the Future of Chess: June 2005: Kasim draws with the Toolbar. Dec 2007: Nakamura draws with the 'Edit' option. Feb 2009: Karjakin draws with the 'Minimize' button. Sept 2011: Carlsen draws with the Mouse pointer.
   Jul-01-05 Hydra (Computer) (replies)
Wilhelm: <Don't forget ZachS conquered Hydra in Freestyle chess recently.> Interesting, was the Freestyle tournaments rated? or awarding Norms? Zachs conquered GMs, the mighty Hydra, and yet they were underrated/low-rated player, I am sure in a rated tournament they would have made it ...
   Jul-01-05 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
Wilhelm: Good, but somehow Mr Koth doesn't mention the other joker, Dionyseus, who also wanted to satisfy his ego.. 8-)
   Jul-01-05 Garry Kasparov (replies)
Wilhelm: Oh my goodness.. First he got head beaten, now he got eggs beaten ..
   Jul-01-05 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
Wilhelm: That's good <Hesam7>, now go back to pages 4,5,6 and revist my earlier posts. There you will find what you are asking for.
   Jun-29-05 Kasparov vs Chess Genius, 1994 (replies)
Wilhelm: Thanks for the elaborated answer! However now I have the impression that a hardware of 64 M RAM was way too much then, probably it was 16 M, or 32 M RAM at best ..
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