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Member since Aug-28-05 · Last seen Sep-03-15
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   Nightwalk has kibitzed 72 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-21-06 Ksenya Rybenko (replies)
Nightwalk: Thanks for the links Lyliana, those are some pretty attractive women there. I could imagine playing a simul against all of them. It must be double the effort.
   Jul-21-06 Jose Raul Capablanca (replies)
Nightwalk: It's quite a stretch chancho, but I get your point, "dimly through the haze". ( lol )
   Jul-21-06 Keres vs Reshevsky, 1937 (replies)
Nightwalk: Impressive win by Keres.
   Jul-18-06 Paul Morphy (replies)
Nightwalk: Thanks Sarah. The images are wonderful, particularly the ones on Capablanca. Do you have an image of Alexander MacDonnell? I've tried searching for one in books and the 'net but without success.
   Jul-03-06 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Nightwalk: Hello JoeWms, nice to be chatting with you again. It refers to any poster who makes a mistake while posting and doesn't appreciate the fact that he can't correct the mistakes he's made.
   Jul-03-06 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999 (replies)
Nightwalk: <whatthefat>: <Nightwalk> <I hope you're kidding!> <TylerD>: <Yeah, nightwalk, you are kidding, right? Morphy? Come on! This game is wonderful> What I meant is the game is impressive on a logical level, the depth of it's calculations but is not so
   Jul-03-06 Robert James Fischer (replies)
Nightwalk: One cannot underrate Morphy's accomplishment in simultaneous play with that of Kasparov's. Morphy's triumph by all logical angles is definitely superior. As RookFile pointedly stated, the equivalent of Morphy's simul standard in modern times would be Kasparov playing against ...
   Jun-29-06 Harry Nelson Pillsbury (replies)
Nightwalk: Thanks Calli.
   Jun-29-06 Napoleon Bonaparte (replies)
Nightwalk: Hello danielpi. Austerlitz was a trap - Napoleon lured the allies into a false premise that they had terrain advantage and used that against them with a trick up his sleeve. It's his most brilliant victory.
   Jun-29-06 Spassky vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
Nightwalk: <Spassky69> < I don't know if anyone knows about this but something very interesting happened after the game. Fischer was crying like a baby when he lost(only being a young boy), then GM Bronstein went up to him and said Don't cry, listen I didn't cry when the Soviets ...
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