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Information about chessdi(NM) (Last disconnected Thu Aug 04 2016 20:08):

              rating [need] win  loss  draw total   best
Wild            1897  [6]   434   282    23   739   1955 (06-Jul-2011) 
Loser's         1399  [6]    11    38     0    49   1535 (22-Oct-2006) 
Bughouse        1706  [6]  2198  1871    25  4094   2005 (02-Feb-2010) 
Crazyhouse      2000  [6]   246   142    34   422   2061 (28-May-2010) 
Bullet          2143  [8]  5302  2547   435  8284   2344 (02-Dec-2011) 
Blitz           2395  [7]  1388  1314   200  2902   2561 (11-Jul-2012) 
Standard        2212  [6]   236   218    41   495   2323 (11-Jan-2011) 
5-minute        2405  [8]   379   254    55   688   2405 (06-Jun-2012) 
1-minute        2228  [8]  1312  1171   126  2609   2378 (10-Jul-2014) 
15-minute       2139  [4]   416   166    82   664   2341 (17-Jul-2013) 
3-minute        2132  [8]   682   501    69  1252   2312 (23-Dec-2013) 
computer-pool   2058  [3]     0     1     0     1                      
Chess960        1864  [8]   106    57     6   169   1894 (12-May-2012) 
25-minute       1827  [4]     1     0     0     1                      

 1: While playing on ICC, I used a computer chess program to assist my play.
  This is against ICC rules. I apologize for this and promise not to use
  assistance of any kind in the future.
 2: NM Fizz / NM chessdi
  : https://www.twitch.tv/chess420/
  : Fanny has declined your proposal for a match.
 3: 2016 Index of Economic Freedom:  1 Hong Kong 2 Singapore 3 New Zealand 4
  Switzerland 5 Australia 6 Canada 7 Chile 8 Ireland 9 Estonia 10 United
  Kingdom 11 United States.  Americans continue to lose economic freedom.
  Following declines in seven of the past eight years, the United States this
  year
 4:  has equaled its worst score ever in the Index of Economic Fiora. Ratings
  for labor freedom, business freedom, and fiscal freedom have flagged notably,
  and the regulatory burden is increasingly costly.
 5: In 2004, Fischer was arrested at Japan's Narita airport for traveling on a
  revoked U.S. passport. He was threatened with extradition to the United
  States to face charges of violating sanctions imposed to punish Slobodan
  Milosevic, then leader of Yugoslavia, by playing a 1992 rematch against
  Spassky in country
 6: Fischer renounced his U.S. citizenship and spent nine months in custody
  before the dispute was resolved when Iceland -- a chess-mad nation of 300,000
  -- granted him citizenship.
 7: "They talk about the 'axis of evil,'" Fischer said when he arrived in
  Iceland. "What about the allies of evil ... the United States, England,
  Japan, Australia? These are the evildoers."
 8: In his final years, Fischer railed against the chess establishment,
  claiming that the outcomes of many top-level chess matches were decided in
  advance.    Instead, he championed his concept of "Fischerandom," or random
  chess, in which pieces are shuffled at the beginning of each match in a bid
  to reinvigorate
 9: Born in Chicago on March 9, 1943, Robert James Fischer was a child prodigy,
  playing competitively from age 8.    At 13, he became the youngest player to
  win the United States Junior Championship. At 14, he won the United States
  Open Championship for the first of eight times.
10: He turned up late for tournaments, walked out of matches, refused to play
  unless the lighting suited him and was intolerant of photographers and
  cartoonists. He was convinced of his own superiority and called the Soviets
  "commie cheats."


 

 

 


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