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Member since Apr-01-03 · Last seen Nov-26-13
- Favorite Players/GMs:
MORPHY, Fischer, Tal, Alekhine, Capablanca,
current: Polgar, Vishy, Ashley

- I hate computer chess. The essence of chess
is that it's a game which tests the mental
capabilities of a human being. I'm not impressed when the latest Deep InsertAdjective beats a 2700 player.

"Hey, I like my computer, but I hate playing chess against it. Just as I like my car but would never run a race with it. Competing against machines suck. I'll take the imperfect human struggle any day."

-Tony Wong
quote link:

One of the MANY reasons I hate Garry Kasparov:

"I wanted to prove to myself first of all that I play better than others. I did. What happened today had very little to do with my opponent. I simply collapsed under the pressure of playing my last game"

- Kasparov, commenting on his loss to Veselin
Topalov at his final Linares tournament.

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   thesonicvision has kibitzed 317 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-21-10 Kamsky vs L Christiansen, 2010 (replies)
thesonicvision: dennis mono lecture:
   May-19-09 Nakamura vs J Friedel, 2009 (replies)
thesonicvision: for a second i thought i would see the fried liver. lol. i wouldn't put it past naka to do it, considering his reputation. thankfully, friedel steered the game into the solid, but viciously tactical, 2 knights. where could this have gone w/out the blunder? i'm ...
   Oct-25-08 Anand - Kramnik World Championship Match (2008) (replies)
thesonicvision: <percyblakeney: <It is strange that people consider this match to be proof of Anand's superiority over Kramnik. Anand's and Kramnik's respective careers and overall head-to-head give no particular reason to endorse this view> I personally thought Anand had a better ...
   Aug-31-08 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 (replies)
thesonicvision: an amazing lecture on this game can be found here:
   Apr-09-08 Karpov vs Piskunov, 1962 (replies)
thesonicvision: <MostlyAverageJoe: Okay, CG, this was a bad puzzle. Too many winning moves. 18-ply analysis with Hiarcs: Nodes : 764492840 N/sec : 2171237 1. (+6.92) 35. gxh4 Rb8 36. Qxe7 2. (+6.78) 35. Nf4 a5 36. bxa5 3. (+5.46) 35. g4 fxg4 36. fxg4 h3 ... 4. (+5.45) 35. Kg2 b6 ...
   Apr-01-08 Battle of the Brains II, 2008 (replies)
thesonicvision: team black Hello, Team Black. I think 1...g6 will maximize our flexibility. We can transpose into the Pirc, Modern, KID, etc.' It will meet nearly all opening responses and will save us at least one turn
   Mar-30-08 Nunn vs Fedorowicz, 1991 (replies)
thesonicvision: after seeing the solution and analyzing it for a while, it now looks obvious.
   Mar-25-08 Leonid Yudasin (replies)
thesonicvision: wow. i thought this was a chess site. yes, the man's jewish. moving on... he's playing at a very high level in the states right now. his uscf rating is 2600+ and he keeps winning.
   Mar-17-08 F Roeder vs H Schulze, 1969 (replies)
thesonicvision: ooh. this is a nice little drawing trap. methinks i might try this in a little weekend tournament.
   Feb-24-08 Steinitz vs P Duffy, 1865 (replies)
thesonicvision: this is when chess was really chess.
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