Hey there fellow pawn pushers!
I bet you'd like to know a little bit about me. You are in luck, as you have landed on my bio page!
Let me tell you first things first: I'm a straight shooter. No beating around the bush for me. I tell things how they are and I don't stall with unnecessary banter. I would never put an excessively long paragraph on my bio page, because that type of behavior stands against my very essence. Consider yourself blessed to come across the profile of a man with so few words to say, and who always gets to the point.
My favorite player is Paul Morphy, because I can actually understand what he does on the chess board. He likes to hit home runs, and I like to hit home runs, too, in theory, but in real life I do struggle quite a bit when it comes to hitting a baseball. I once missed on several attempts to hit the baseball coming out of a pitching machine.
Dealing with the chessgames of the modern players is tough, but I insist that you can learn quite a bit by following the mad genius of Alexander Morozevich. That's why he is my favorite player. Unless it is Morphy. Depends on what day of the week it is.
My style of chess is a lot like my personality. For example, I like to constantly threaten people until they collapse under the pressure. Kind of like this Morphy french game J McConnell vs Morphy, 1850 this Morozevich french game Judit Polgar vs Morozevich, 2000 or the time I inadvertently made a grown man cry. He was French.