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Member since Mar-04-04 · Last seen Feb-02-20
I am 28 years old and recently completed my Ph D in physics, working in general relativity.
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   artemis has kibitzed 2414 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-30-15 Dortmund Sparkassen (2015) (replies)
artemis: <The Rocket:><Surely faith is at hand if luck is not:). Quantum mechanics employs a partial differential equation (deterministic) and Newton mechanics has always been as well. Chess players are not excluded from the universe!> Quantum mechanics deterministic?? Not in the
   Nov-17-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
artemis: Now, I agree with those people who were questioning Carlsen here... Really? You are playing this on against Anand? Earlier, I understand, but now it truly is ridiculous.
   Nov-15-14 Carlsen vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
artemis: <rcs784> Wasn't there a mutual oversight of a mate in 2 or 3 in game #2 of Kramnik vs. Topalov?
   Oct-10-14 FIDE Grand Prix Baku (2014) (replies)
artemis: I am joining this conversation late, but here is what Larry Kaufmann, a GM and, just as importantly, chess computer expert has to say about openings: " Chess is not a fair game. White starts out with a significant advantage due to moving first, and of decisive games, White wins ...
   Sep-03-14 Vachier-Lagrave vs Caruana, 2014 (replies)
artemis: PawnSac: It seemed like he was answering about the game played today and only today.
   Aug-19-14 Saric vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
artemis: <Excuses> It is interesting to discuss what is an excuse vs. an explanation, or an evaluation on what happened. Is Carlsen saying that the reason he lost the game because of these other factors? That is what some seem to read into it. Another, equally valid interpretation ...
   Jul-18-14 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2014 (replies)
artemis: < Ulhumbrus: He has chosen ...Rf7, the Houdini move. This suggests that Caruana is capable of finding moves which Houdini can come up with.> No, you got that the other way around-- the puny Houdini has reached its pinnacle-- it managed to produce a move Caruana came up with! ...
   Jul-16-14 Caruana vs G Meier, 2014 (replies)
artemis: DcGentle: Ok, your first post was after 36. ... h6. 37. Rg1 and then 37. ... Kh7 is the idea. 38. h4 Rg6 39. h5 is deadly then, isn't it?
   Jan-26-14 Tata Steel Masters (2014) (replies)
artemis: but why does a top GM make an oversight like that, when they have lots of time? It is not because they missed the idea itself. It is more likely that they saw the idea and misjudged a follow up position. Occasionally it does happen that they completely miss an idea, but not often. ...
   Jan-26-14 Morozevich vs V Laznicka, 2013 (replies)
artemis: <goodevans> Nice! <Captain Hindsight> I understand what you are saying, but I think the opening choice is not to blame. I really think that 7. Nf3 is the questionable move. It feels like a mistaken move order, since 7. d3 (preventing the knight's move to d3) Nbxd5 8. ...
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