Big chess - Game 45944

  
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H. Kruse, 2252
C. Salvatore, 2021

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FICGS__BIG_CHESS__WCH_TOURNAMENT_02__000001       See crosstable
(type : rated round-robin,   time : 30 days,   increment : 1 day / move)


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Last move : 0-1     2010 December 10   10:27:14


[Event "FICGS__BIG_CHESS__WCH_TOURNAMENT_02__000001"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2010.08.13"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Calvello,Simone"]
[Black "Taylor,William"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "1400"]
[BlackElo "1826"]

1.j2-k4 g15-g14 2.h2-g4 m15-m13 3.n2-n4 j15-k13 4.m2-m4 b16-c14 5.d2-d4 h16-b10 6.e2-e4 e15-e13 7.h1-o7 d15-d13 8.k1-h2 f16-b12 9.g1-j2 p16-o14 10.e1-e3 l16-p12 11.e3-b3 b10-d10 12.o1-b13 b12-c13 13.c1-h6 d10-n10 14.o2-o3 n10-m9 15.o7-m9 p12-m9 16.b13-c14 b15-c14 17.b3-c3 c13-h8 18.c3-c14 h8-d4 19.c2-c3 d4-h8 20.c14-c15 c16-e14 21.b1-a3 a16-c16 22.c15-c16 e16-c16 23.a3-c2 c16-b16 24.c2-b4 n15-n14 25.a2-a3 o16-g9 26.l2-l3 l15-l13 27.l1-o4 f15-f14 28.g2-g3 k16-l14 0-1

This big chess game has been lost on time   (started : 2010.08.13  15:47:8)






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The laws of Chess do not permit a free choice: you have to move whether you like it or not. (Emanuel Lasker)

Schach ist ein schwarz-weisser Dschungel. (Garry Kasparov)

Tu cuerpo tiene que estar en óptima condición. Tu Ajedrez se deteriora como lo hace tu cuerpo. No puedes separar la mente y el cuerpo. (Bobby Fischer)

Les Echecs, c'est l'art de la guerre sans les charniers, c'est la résurrection des morts tombés au champ d'honneur, l'espoir perpétuel, la suprématie de l'intelligence sur la force, la culture de l'esprit. (F. Szpiner)


Bobby never cared about money, though. His only desire was to prove that his choices were correct: He wanted chess to be important because he was a chess player, and he wanted to be important. Bobby knew money was important, but he didn't have a clue why, outside of clothes and status. The only way he could accomplish what he wanted was to fight for a lot of money. Once he got it, he gave it away. He did not know how to spend it. And once he'd become champion, after, essentially, sacrificing his life for it, he didn't know how to spend his time. (Bob Wade)








 
 
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