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   mrbiggs has kibitzed 120 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-27-14 LIFE Master AJ chessforum (replies)
mrbiggs: <SugarDom> You realize that a mule is a crossbreed of a donkey and a horse, right? And has been bred for thousands of years by everyone including Israelis?
   Dec-18-13 NN vs Santa Claus, 1908 (replies)
mrbiggs: I don't think this game is real.
   Mar-03-11 The World (replies)
mrbiggs: <twinlark> the explanation I've heard is that the inflation he's talking about is OK because it was not movement of matter, it was the stretching of spacetime itself. In other words, nothing in space can move faster than light, but space itself can expand faster than light. ...
   Feb-09-11 Petrosian vs Spassky, 1966 (replies)
mrbiggs: This game is so impressive that it literally cured me of hiccups. The way Petrosian kept saccing material it felt like I was watching Morphy.
   Nov-24-10 The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
mrbiggs: For those of you who have been confused lately about who is and is not a troll...<chess2200> is a troll.
   Sep-05-10 Keene vs H Ardiansyah, 1979 (replies)
mrbiggs: Puns are intrinsically gratuitous. Enlightening annotation, and something to think about for how The World v WGMNP. As an aside, I feel like the acronyms for the GM get worse every game we play...
   Jun-25-10 Arturo Pomar Salamanca (replies)
mrbiggs: <roberts partner> whoops, good call. In my defense it's in a random area of the article--everyone listed under "Morphy #3" is living. BUT he's one of four and the youngest.
   Jun-25-10 Znosko-Borovsky vs J A Seitz, 1931 (replies)
mrbiggs: Wikipedia claims that this is the first master-level game won with two knights. Interesting tidbit: After White's 62nd move, when there are first 6 pieces on the board, the game is a tablebase win in 33. Checkmate was on move 96, 34 moves later. That's accurate play, by both sides! ...
   May-25-10 United States Championship (2010) (replies)
mrbiggs: <Yuri, Hikaru and Gata doesn't sound American.> I think the point being made here is that of these three of the top players in the country (arguably the top three), none of them were born in this country and only Nakamura lived here when he was studying chess. In fact, ...
   May-03-10 S Feldman vs D Moody, 1986 (replies)
mrbiggs: Anyone else reminded of Bobby Fischer with the queen sac and ending position?
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