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   jmi has kibitzed 790 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-25-15 Anand vs Mamedyarov, 2015 (replies)
jmi: Oh dear... White has so many ways to win. 43. d7, h4, Qd4....
   Dec-24-12 Santa Claus (replies)
jmi: Dear Santa, I just want to tell you all good luck, we're counting on you.
   Nov-07-12 Boris Gelfand (replies)
jmi: New Interview With Gelfand: Most interesting are his views on Kasparov near the end: Are you definitely sure you did the right thing in refusing help from Kasparov in your match against Anand? Yes. And you definitely think his invitation was not ...
   Sep-27-12 FIDE Grand Prix London (2012) (replies)
jmi: <geeker: Naka looks like toast. Graceless tweet likely to follow..> More like graceless "twit".
   Sep-12-12 Istanbul Olympiad (2012) (replies)
jmi: <fisayo123: Ukraine has more chess talent than Armenia, but Armenia have Aronian.> I've a feeling it is more due to the fact that Armenia has a president who is also the chairman of the Armenian Chess Federation. I'm sure that helps a lot!
   Sep-11-12 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
jmi: Anand, Carlsen, Aronian, Karjakin, Caruana and Vallejo-Pons are the participants for this year's Sao Paulo-Bilbao Masters Final. 1st leg: Sao Paulo Sep 24-29 2nd leg: Bilbao Oct 8-13
   Sep-11-12 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
jmi: <Jim Bartle: Plenty of players on teams have criticized their teammates, of course, and usually are roundly criticized for it. In the NBA Rick Barry, Oscar Robertson and Elvin Hayes come to mind. I'm pretty sure Michael Jordan made it clear the rest of the team ("the Jordanaires") ...
   Aug-14-12 Svetozar Gligoric (replies)
jmi: My father once met Gligoric and came away mighty impressed with his impeccable gentlemanship and grace. The world is truly a poorer place without him. Rest in peace.
   Jun-11-12 Tiviakov vs Anand, 2012 (replies)
jmi: <notyetagm:> So Tiviakov caught Anand in an offday and that's before his WCC match too. That's no different to Carlsen losing to Adams, Aronian losing to McShane, and even Kasparov losing to Radjabov. Top players are allowed to have their off-days. By the same token, I'm sure ...
   Jun-11-12 Anand - Gelfand World Championship Match (2012) (replies)
jmi: <HeMateMe: Everyone wanted Carlsen to play. Except for Anand and the guys in the Candidates matches.> Horsecrap. It was Carlsen who pulled out. Anand+other candidates couldn't be half-arsed and even Kramnik criticised his decision.
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