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This is a treat According to one of Magnus´ close team workers Tarjei Svensen and a Norwegian chess news page http://www.nettavisen.no/sjakk/article3715017.ece
this is Magnus playing on the ICC. Ps - the article also says that he plays anonymously on Chess.com....
this feels like carlsen. playing till the end in worse positions and waiting for a mistake by the opponent. classic. not an easy strategy to make work against elite gms like lagrave. really impressive
Roald Dahl's (author of "The Twits") parents were Norwegian.
same opening as G1 of the WCC
When I translated the article using google (so it might not be reliable), Tarjei Svensen declined to comment on the ICC account thetwits.. So it's not Carlsen for sure..
A Rahl Dahl fan?
The blitz rating of thetwits on ICC is 3526 -- about 500 points higher than Nakamura currently.
phoenix on chess.com ? hahaha cool probably he has used other banned names thinking of him being a machine
thetwits bullet is like Magnus' standard chess -- pretty ordinary and very quick & more precise than his opponents near the end.
One thing that really stands out is his efforts to continually use his whole army and ignore small short-term things for that.
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