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Member since Apr-11-05 · Last seen Apr-10-17
I am knightspot

   knightspot has kibitzed 93 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-30-05 Tal vs Spassky, 1965 (replies)
knightspot: Why hasn't anyone kibitzed this game yet? This is a pivotal game from the sixties - Game 9 from the candidate's final, score tied 4-4 and Tal develops a winning position only to blunder it away. He then proceeded to lose three in a row and Spassky went on to the WC match.
   May-20-05 Topalov vs Polgar, 2005 (replies)
knightspot: trying to decide whether the king can dash down to the other end of the board and hide from the perpetual check
   May-19-05 Adams vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
knightspot: It was 1:02 for adams and 0:51 for topalov before adams started thinking about this move - probably adams is down to less than fifty minutes now
   May-19-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
knightspot: I won't argue with you on your last point there chancho, all those games that were never played are a tremendous loss to chess.
   May-18-05 Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant (replies)
knightspot: okay, Sir Soberknight - I read it in a book, lighten up:) - and nobody doubts Morphy was far and away the best player in the world in 1858 - just that he came and went so fast
   May-18-05 J Schulten vs Saint-Amant, 1842 (replies)
knightspot: I stand rebuked, Sir Soberknight - and I may add that I would cringe if anyone actually posted MY win-loss record on
   May-18-05 Geller vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
knightspot: Geller was actually LEADING the tournament after eleven rounds, when this game was played (12th)it's such a hard fought game that it has to be considered a turning point for rjf.
   May-18-05 H Bohm vs Hernandez Onna, 1979 (replies)
knightspot: awwright :) like I said, I messed this position up a long time ago.
   May-18-05 Fischer vs Tal, 1970 (replies)
knightspot: Geller had a winning record against almost all of those guys - but he never made it that far in the matches.
   May-18-05 Polgar vs Adams, 2005 (replies)
knightspot: Vishy's done
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