Repa, Jason   (CAN)       [FICGS member # 1012]



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Jason Repa


Jason Repa has currently 0 running correspondence chess game(s), won 132, lost 8 and drawn 92 other games against an average elo of 1991, played advanced chess at fast time controls, now 0 running, 0 won, 1 lost, 1 drawn, does not play big chess, does not play Go (wei-ch'i, baduk), and played poker texas holdem, now 0 running, 278 won, 201 lost, finally Jason finished a total of 713 games and is not playing any game right now.



Correspondence chess statistics :

vs. Sandor Porkolab (1225) :   91%   (12 games, 10 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Josef Riha (2052) :   85%   (7 games, 5 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Christian Koch (2094) :   50%   (6 games, 0 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Jordi Domingo (1944) :   66%   (6 games, 2 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Christophe Czekaj (1494) :   100%   (6 games, 6 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Carlos Oliveira (1447) :   100%   (6 games, 6 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Robert Mueller (2398) :   30%   (5 games, 0 wins, 2 losses)
vs. Wayne Lowrance (2049) :   62%   (4 games, 1 wins, 0 losses)
vs. William Taylor (2115) :   62%   (4 games, 1 wins, 0 losses)
vs. Eduardo Sanchez (1987) :   87%   (4 games, 3 wins, 0 losses)


Poker holdem :

vs. Nelson Bernal Varela (2321) :   40%   (50 games, 20 wins, 30 losses)
vs. Heinz-Georg Lehnhoff (2077) :   64%   (42 games, 27 wins, 15 losses)
vs. Anderson Barradas (1776) :   67%   (37 games, 25 wins, 12 losses)
vs. Scott Nichols (2073) :   62%   (35 games, 22 wins, 13 losses)
vs. Aleksey Payzansky (2226) :   50%   (34 games, 17 wins, 17 losses)
vs. Stephane Legrand (2233) :   50%   (24 games, 12 wins, 12 losses)
vs. Thibault de Vassal (2143) :   35%   (20 games, 7 wins, 13 losses)
vs. Rolf Staggat (2188) :   50%   (18 games, 9 wins, 9 losses)
vs. Paul Campanella (2176) :   58%   (17 games, 10 wins, 7 losses)
vs. Yulian Kehayov (1951) :   53%   (15 games, 8 wins, 7 losses)


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Last messages by Jason Repa in the forum :


Quote    (2008-06-17 00:45:04)

It does sound very nice. But is it really true? (...)


Senility is a terrible thing    (2008-06-10 08:34:35)

How long are you going to keep whining and crying here groves? If I had any doubt about the accuracy of my comments, it would certainly be removed aft (...)


Senility is a terrible thing    (2008-06-10 07:14:50)

I thought you said you were done posting in this thread, groves? In addition to being an intellectually-deficient cretin, you prove yourself to be a l (...)


Senility is a terrible thing    (2008-06-10 04:52:22)

"Ah, here they come -- the insults so typical of you"

Sorry groves, but I was simply stating facts. It's difficult (...)


Free entry into unqualified tournaments    (2008-06-10 01:03:04)

As for the discussion of allowing lower rated players to play in events with higher rated players after winning a tournament.....such a thing already (...)


Brackets - Chess and Go    (2008-06-09 11:05:13)

"Thanks for your reasoned response"

Somehow I don't think you know the meaning of the word "reason", gro (...)


Brackets - both Chess and Go    (2008-06-09 08:12:28)

" -- allow the winner of a tournament to qualify for the next higher classification regardless of his/her rating."

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Rapid chess entry rating    (2008-06-09 00:22:32)

If you're not bright enough to figure out how to look up someone's rating, you better stick to "engine-assisted" chess. I'd probably be (...)


Rapid chess entry rating    (2008-06-08 20:37:40)

No, Lowrance, you're the one missing the point here. And you're using engine assistance as much as anyone here, so don't pretend like you're someh (...)


Nickel vs Hydra    (2008-06-08 11:09:30)

I believe that Nickel used various chess engines to assist him with error-checking and analysis, similar to what any good corr. player does.
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