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   yalie has kibitzed 3758 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-20-11 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
yalie: Of course Kramnik wants Anand (if he wins against Gelfand in May 2012) to play the next match in October 2013 itself.
   Nov-30-11 Viswanathan Anand (replies)
yalie: Football scoring will make it difficult for anyone other than Carlsen or Aronian to win. Good chance Carlsen / Aronian go +3 against the UK contingent. That gives them 9 points already. Even if they lose the odd game to Kramnik / Vishy, I doubt the oldies will win three games against ...
   Nov-23-11 YouRang chessforum (replies)
yalie: Anand - Nakamura 1-0 Ivanchuk - Gelfand 1/2 Kramnik - Karjakin 1/2 Aronian - Svidler 1/2 Carlsen - Nepomniachtchi 0-1
   Nov-19-11 Tal Memorial (2011) (replies)
yalie: Oh, and did I forget to add that he was ranked number 1 for several months in both 2010 and 2011? Maybe our standards are just a tad too high. lol.
   Nov-12-11 Hou - Koneru Women's World Championship Match (2011) (replies)
yalie: Will be a very interesting match. Yifan is tactically strong while Humpy's positional understanding is probably the best among women (Judith included).
   Oct-06-11 Grand Slam Chess Final (2011) (replies)
yalie: Strange cross table after 6 rounds. everyone has at least one win and one loss. One player on +3 and one on -3. All others on =. Chucky train continues merrily on its way despite the speed bumps in round 5 and the robbery. If Chucky beats Vallejo tomorow and the other 2 games a are
   Oct-03-11 Nigel Short (replies)
yalie: Kasparov actually prepares really hard for these events (unlike Karpov - who just shows up to play). He played the blitz match with Karpov after working extensively with Carlsen. Now he plays blitz against Vachier-Lagrave and Short after ...
   Sep-26-11 Hikaru Nakamura (replies)
yalie: thanks <polarmis> I have a feeling Kasparov preferred the info leaked just prior to the tournament for maximum psychological impact (like Nanjing 2009).
   Sep-25-11 lostemperor chessforum (replies)
yalie: in case you do host it 1. Anand 2. Aronian 3= Carlsen, Nakamura 5= Ivanchuk, Vallejo
   Sep-21-11 Peter Leko (replies)
yalie: The problem for Leko has been that he was thrown (chose to throw himself) to the wolves too soon. I think he has had more games against Kasparov, Kramnik and Anand than anyone else, which has made him a great defender, but not too great an aggressor.
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