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   devilwolfdog has kibitzed 116 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-12-07 V Malakhov vs Areshchenko, 2005 (replies)
devilwolfdog: Can someone run 16. Bf4 through an engine. That was my guess at the solution. If black takes the rook on d4 or the bishop on f4, then he loses his queen on h4. If black moves the queen, white plays Nxe5 with a devestating attack on d7. If black protects the e5 pawn then white ...
   Mar-08-07 J Tolosa vs Joan Carbo i Batlle, 1898 (replies)
devilwolfdog: Sure, black got checkmated, but he is a rook and knight up, so, to quote Bill Murray, he's got that going for him.
   Jan-28-07 Corus Group A (2007) (replies)
devilwolfdog: You can't look at games that have already been played to see what the results would be under a different scoring system, because the games would have been played completely differently if the scoring system were different.
   Jan-10-07 Diwakar Prasad Singh (replies)
devilwolfdog: I've heard rumors that Alekhine had Fritz Version 0.000001 running on his abacus.
   Jan-03-07 Einstein vs Oppenheimer, 1933 (replies)
devilwolfdog: This argument is kind of like a tennis match between Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles.
   Dec-11-06 The World vs A Nickel, 2006 (replies)
devilwolfdog: This game is further confirmation of the strength of computer chess today. First Deep Fritz beats Kramnik and now Deep Fritz and Rybka have teamed together to beat Nickel.
   May-25-06 Csom vs P Ostojic, 1969 (replies)
devilwolfdog: I dont' think that g3 on move 19 wins material because of 19....Bc4 where white's queen ends up in the same predicament as black's queen. If white takes the bishop, black takes the knight on f3 and white's knight is still hanging on f5.
   May-23-06 MTel Masters (2006) (replies)
devilwolfdog: I just noticed an interesting pattern on wins at the 2006 MTel Masters tournament. The number of wins correlated directly with the finishing order: Topalov: 5 Wins Kamsky: 4 Wins Anand: 3 Wins Svidler: 2 Wins Ponomariov: 1 Win Bacrot: 0 Wins
   May-22-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
devilwolfdog: Jafar...I can't imagine that your post was serious, but just in case it is, here's a rational look at the situation: 1) The database on this site includes blitz, rapid and blindfold games, so if you're going to look at it rationally you must only include games played under ...
   May-22-06 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
devilwolfdog: A brief summary of the top tournaments of the past two years: 2005 Corus: Topalov 3rd, Kramnik 4th 2005 Linares: Topalov 1st, Kramnik Did Not Show 2005 Mtel Masters: Topalov 1st, Kramnik 5th 2005 San Luis: Topalov 1st, Kramnik Did Not Show 2006 Corus: Topalov 1st, Kramnik ...
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