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Member since Sep-23-05 · Last seen Nov-21-14
I shake you from your thrones of power! Windmills spun blossom like a flower, as the desperate pin is brutality's hour. Me desperado rook runs to and fro! Checkmate bugger, more points to go!
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   powershaker has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-04-06 Topalov vs Kramnik, 2006 (replies)
powershaker: Let's face it! Kramnik is - sadly - going to be the new World Champion! I Russian! Screw the Russians! Bobby Fischer is still World Champion! And, I'll never believe otherwise!
   Sep-26-06 Kramnik vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
powershaker: Topalov must win Game 4! It is a must if he wants to stay in it. Chess is not only a game of struggle, but also a game of psychology. A win in Game 4 would increase Veselin's motivation and determination.
   Sep-25-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
powershaker: I adore the idea of Topalov as World Champion, but I am also rather afraid of what I'm feeling concerning Kramnik. Kramnik is clearly a beautiful chess machine! Topalov could very well be shut down completely. Topalov is being beat psychologically I think - also! Poor Topalov. ...
   Sep-14-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
powershaker: Bobby will always be the greatest player who has ever lived. I challenge any present or future World Champion to score an 11-0 sweep in the U.S. Chess Championship with not one draw. Bobby did it at the age of 20? People sure do ignore all the impossible feats this man pull off ...
   Sep-14-06 A Dunn vs M Peek, 2006 (replies)
powershaker: Now I know what Fischer meant by the nasty little draws! What filth!
   Nov-26-05 Adams vs Hydra, 2005
powershaker: I think something is amiss with this man versus machine debate! I just simply do not believe Kasparov was beaten by only a machine in his match! I believe someone cheated him (namely corporate IBM) and I think something is amiss with the Hydra game also. The fact is this: if a ...
   Oct-10-05 Adams vs Topalov, 2005 (replies)
powershaker: Yeah, I believe Kf4 to be his best move! Topalov will get the draw, but I was hoping Adams would win! :(
   Oct-09-05 Adams vs Kramnik, 2005 (replies)
powershaker: I will never believe chess is dead! Chess will never die. I do not believe that there are a set of perfect moves. Even with the exponential possibilities mathematicians have calculated, the game still depends on both sides and their responses to each other's moves. I refuse to ...
   Oct-07-05 FIDE World Championship Tournament (2005) (replies)
powershaker: It is clear Topalov is a much more powerful player than the players he is playing in this World Championship 2005. He is sweeping the competition. It is clear he is a world beyond in his chess.
   Oct-01-05 Napoleon Bonaparte vs Madame De Remusat, 1804 (replies)
powershaker: I think Napolean did a good job of using all his pieces and taking the opportunities before him. His play is very reflective of his skill in battle.
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