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Jilted Rook
Member since May-29-06 · Last seen Mar-25-16
Forget the Najdorf - how well do you know your rook endings?

Game Collection: Rook Endings

You guessed it - I'm also serving a sentence on the banned list for refusing to talk nonsense. Sorry but I can't bring myself to rabbit on about Kramnik in the fashion of your most cherished customers.

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   Jilted Rook has kibitzed 77 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-07-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Jilted Rook: <themadhair: <Jilted Rook> So which of the reasons was the motivation for your above post?> 14
   Jul-06-06 Eric Schiller (replies)
Jilted Rook:
   Jul-06-06 City of Moscow (replies)
Jilted Rook: <Whose going to get the Pulitzer Prize for fiction this years. Is it going to be <Chess Classics> or <OhioChessFan>?> <OhioChessFan> will - rumours are a publishing giant is considering a braille version to complement the existing version for the dumb.
   Jul-02-06 Susan Polgar (replies)
Jilted Rook: <The public can wait 2 weeks.> 'public' being 'chess fans' or 'the masses'? 'can' meaning 'capable of' or 'must' I wouldn't hire you as my publicist :)
   Jun-23-06 Kasparov vs Adams, 2002 (replies)
Jilted Rook: <Hannibal> see above 33...Na5
   Jun-22-06 chancho chessforum (replies)
   Jun-22-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Jilted Rook: Goodnight all
   Jun-21-06 King's Gambit Declined (C30) (replies)
Jilted Rook: <DeepBlade> <fxe4? Looks unproffesional to me> It actually loses to Qh4+!
   Jun-19-06 Torre vs Lasker, 1925 (replies)
Jilted Rook: Putting the question to the bishop immediately with 3...h6 is the modern treatment of this opening.
   Jun-19-06 brankat chessforum (replies)
Jilted Rook: <brankat> I try :) - Not sure why club players shun the endgame - I consider it the most beautiful part of the game offering aesthetical simplicity with mind-pleasing logicality. Less is more!
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