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   lisyaron has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-06-16 D Smerdon vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
lisyaron: Agree with drleper. At the end of the day, a team-based decision should take priority over that of the individual. Excellent discipline displayed by David. Also agree with Sally Simpson. Easy for one to make comments with the comforting assistance of a computer - but the dynamics ...
   Oct-27-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
lisyaron: Should Kramnik win this game with such a 'large margin', it will be interesting to see the psychological impact it will have on Anand. Anand has been in a commanding position throughout the match, to lose a game in such a devastating fashion (compared with the other games) might ...
   Oct-04-08 Russian Championship Superfinal (2008) (replies)
lisyaron: Nice win by Moro - hot on Topalov's tail again!
   Sep-12-08 Grand Slam Chess Final (2008) (replies)
lisyaron: Things will be quite interesting in October when the match between Kramnik and Anand take place, I've got to say. Kramnik ended up with -1 in the Sparkassen tournament and the best Anand has here is also -1, assuming he manages to win the last round! As Kramnik said in one of his ...
   Sep-08-08 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
lisyaron: <JointheArmy: <Carlsen has done more at 17 than any other player in history. Not even Fischer or Kasparov can compare.> Rating inflation...> That was a highly casual dismissal of what is obviously an incredible achievement. It may be true that we can not judge players ...
   Aug-15-08 Wang Yue (replies)
lisyaron: It is interesting to note that Wang Yue has now been undefeated in both these Grand Prix events, being one of the lower-rated players in both. Truly a testimony to his strength, playing so well in such strong fields! Hopefully he will continue his remarkable rise with time!
   Aug-08-08 Gelfand vs Wang Yue, 2008 (replies)
lisyaron: Don't mess with the Chinese on their lucky day!!! :)
   Jul-24-08 41st Biel International Chess Festival (2008) (replies)
lisyaron: Drawn for Magnus, he'll have to wait for another round to try and hit the 2800 mark.
   Jun-26-08 K Georgiev vs I Rogers, 1993 (replies)
lisyaron: The top Aussie player for years, it's a true pity that Rogers has retired, especially with the oncoming wave of talented young Australians like Zhao and Smerdon!
   Jun-22-08 Dortmund Sparkassen (2008) (replies)
lisyaron: <veigaman: kramnik is clearly the main candidate to win> I'm not so sure about that. Given the nature of Kramnik's style of play, I'd hazard saying he should end up with a 'plus score' with some certainty, but it'd be difficult for him to win. Kramnik is a renown as a great ...
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