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Hurt Heal Chess Players


  • 4 months ago · Quote · #881

    AgentPat

    Hurt Karpov, heal Kasparov

    Anatoly Karpov 1

    Garry Kasparov 20

    Mikhail Tal (3rd PLACE)

    Emanuel Lasker (4th PLACE)

    Aron Nimzowitsch (5th PLACE)

    Vishy Anand (6th PLACE)

    Boris Spassky (7th PLACE)

    Akiba Rubinstein (8th PLACE)

    Vladmir Kramnik (9th PLACE)

    Vasily Smyslov (10th PLACE)

    Victor Korchnoi (11th PLACE)

    Levon Aronian (12th PLACE)

    Paul Keres (13th PLACE)

    Judit Polgar (14th PLACE)

    Mikhail Botvinnik (15th PLACE)

    Alexander Alekhine (16th PLACE)

    Paul Morphy (17th PLACE)

    Magnus Carlsen (18th PLACE)

    Tigran Petrosian (19th PLACE)

    Alexander Morozevich (20th PLACE)

    Alexander Grischuk (21st PLACE)

    Bobby Fischer (22nd PLACE)

    Boris Gelfand (23rd PLACE)

    Max Euwe (24th PLACE)

    Wilhelm Steiniz (25th PLACE)

    Peter Svidler (26th PLACE)

    Veselin Topalov (27th PLACE)

    Nigel Short (28th PLACE)

    Hikaru Nakamura (29th PLACE)

    Adolf Anderssen (30th PLACE)

    Fabiano Caruana (31st PLACE)

    Jose Raul Capablanca (32nd PLACE)

    Vassily Ivanchuk (33rd PLACE)

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #882

    1923364

    Hurt Karpov, Heal Kasparov

    And thus, Kasparov was the last survivor.

    Anatoly Karpov 1 - 2 = -1 (DEAD)

    Garry Kasparov 20 + 1 = 21

    Mikhail Tal (3rd PLACE)

    Emanuel Lasker (4th PLACE)

    Aron Nimzowitsch (5th PLACE)

    Vishy Anand (6th PLACE)

    Boris Spassky (7th PLACE)

    Akiba Rubinstein (8th PLACE)

    Vladmir Kramnik (9th PLACE)

    Vasily Smyslov (10th PLACE)

    Victor Korchnoi (11th PLACE)

    Levon Aronian (12th PLACE)

    Paul Keres (13th PLACE)

    Judit Polgar (14th PLACE)

    Mikhail Botvinnik (15th PLACE)

    Alexander Alekhine (16th PLACE)

    Paul Morphy (17th PLACE)

    Magnus Carlsen (18th PLACE)

    Tigran Petrosian (19th PLACE)

    Alexander Morozevich (20th PLACE)

    Alexander Grischuk (21st PLACE)

    Bobby Fischer (22nd PLACE)

    Boris Gelfand (23rd PLACE)

    Max Euwe (24th PLACE)

    Wilhelm Steiniz (25th PLACE)

    Peter Svidler (26th PLACE)

    Veselin Topalov (27th PLACE)

    Nigel Short (28th PLACE)

    Hikaru Nakamura (29th PLACE)

    Adolf Anderssen (30th PLACE)

    Fabiano Caruana (31st PLACE)

    Jose Raul Capablanca (32nd PLACE)

    Vassily Ivanchuk (33rd PLACE)

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #883

    Gullk

     

    Hurt Kasparov, heal Karpov

    Anatoly Karpov 2

    Garry Kasparov 18

    Mikhail Tal (3rd PLACE)

    Emanuel Lasker (4th PLACE)

    Aron Nimzowitsch (5th PLACE)

    Vishy Anand (6th PLACE)

    Boris Spassky (7th PLACE)

    Akiba Rubinstein (8th PLACE)

    Vladmir Kramnik (9th PLACE)

    Vasily Smyslov (10th PLACE)

    Victor Korchnoi (11th PLACE)

    Levon Aronian (12th PLACE)

    Paul Keres (13th PLACE)

    Judit Polgar (14th PLACE)

    Mikhail Botvinnik (15th PLACE)

    Alexander Alekhine (16th PLACE)

    Paul Morphy (17th PLACE)

    Magnus Carlsen (18th PLACE)

    Tigran Petrosian (19th PLACE)

    Alexander Morozevich (20th PLACE)

    Alexander Grischuk (21st PLACE)

    Bobby Fischer (22nd PLACE)

    Boris Gelfand (23rd PLACE)

    Max Euwe (24th PLACE)

    Wilhelm Steiniz (25th PLACE)

    Peter Svidler (26th PLACE)

    Veselin Topalov (27th PLACE)

    Nigel Short (28th PLACE)

    Hikaru Nakamura (29th PLACE)

    Adolf Anderssen (30th PLACE)

    Fabiano Caruana (31st PLACE)

    Jose Raul Capablanca (32nd PLACE)

    Vassily Ivanchuk (33rd PLACE)

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #884

    salmiakki

    1923364 wrote:

    Hurt Karpov, Heal Kasparov

    And thus, Kasparov was the last survivor.

    Anatoly Karpov 1 - 2 = -1 (DEAD)

    Garry Kasparov 20 + 1 = 21

     
    Karpov is dead. Kasparov wins. What are you doing, Gullk? You can't vote someone back to life.
  • 4 months ago · Quote · #885

    Gullk

    salmiakki escribió:
    1923364 wrote:

    Hurt Karpov, Heal Kasparov

    And thus, Kasparov was the last survivor.

    Anatoly Karpov 1 - 2 = -1 (DEAD)

    Garry Kasparov 20 + 1 = 21

     
    Karpov is dead. Kasparov wins. What are you doing, Gullk? You can't vote someone back to life.

    both of us voted almost at the same time the post wasnt there while i was writing, sorry karpov i couldnt save you /:

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #886

    harryz

    And the final standings are:

    Garry Kasparov (1st PLACE)

    Anatoly Karpov (2nd PLACE)

    Mikhail Tal (3rd PLACE)

    Emanuel Lasker (4th PLACE)

    Aron Nimzowitsch (5th PLACE)

    Vishy Anand (6th PLACE)

    Boris Spassky (7th PLACE)

    Akiba Rubinstein (8th PLACE)

    Vladmir Kramnik (9th PLACE)

    Vasily Smyslov (10th PLACE)

    Victor Korchnoi (11th PLACE)

    Levon Aronian (12th PLACE)

    Paul Keres (13th PLACE)

    Judit Polgar (14th PLACE)

    Mikhail Botvinnik (15th PLACE)

    Alexander Alekhine (16th PLACE)

    Paul Morphy (17th PLACE)

    Magnus Carlsen (18th PLACE)

    Tigran Petrosian (19th PLACE)

    Alexander Morozevich (20th PLACE)

    Alexander Grischuk (21st PLACE)

    Bobby Fischer (22nd PLACE)

    Boris Gelfand (23rd PLACE)

    Max Euwe (24th PLACE)

    Wilhelm Steiniz (25th PLACE)

    Peter Svidler (26th PLACE)

    Veselin Topalov (27th PLACE)

    Nigel Short (28th PLACE)

    Hikaru Nakamura (29th PLACE)

    Adolf Anderssen (30th PLACE)

    Fabiano Caruana (31st PLACE)

    Jose Raul Capablanca (32nd PLACE)

    Vassily Ivanchuk (33rd PLACE)

    Congratulations to Kasparov, the winner of the first Hurt Heal Chess Players thread! Anyone is free to create a new game. And 1923364, for killing off Karpov, you will be awarded with a trophy

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #887

    dzikus

    Killing Karpov should get punished with suffering positional squeeze in the next 100 G/120 or longer games Tongue Out

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #888

    1923364

    haha thanks :)

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #889

    Magnesium101

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  • 4 months ago · Quote · #890

    harryz

    Nice try Magnesium.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #891

    Magnesium101

    Oops... Sorry. I must have copied the standings off of a another post and not the latest one... I didn't see Tal was dead. 

    Edit: I am really not paying atention didn't see it was done.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #892

    Addicted-to-Chess97

    Fun idea!!! But wow, I think the standings are pretty screwed up. Quite outragesous in some places!

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #893

    Addicted-to-Chess97

    Garry Kasparov (1st PLACE)

    Anatoly Karpov (2nd PLACE)

    Mikhail Tal (3rd PLACE)

    Emanuel Lasker (4th PLACE)

    Aron Nimzowitsch (5th PLACE)

    Vishy Anand (6th PLACE) So high?! HOW?!

    Boris Spassky (7th PLACE)

    Akiba Rubinstein (8th PLACE)

    Vladmir Kramnik (9th PLACE)

    Vasily Smyslov (10th PLACE)

    Victor Korchnoi (11th PLACE)

    Levon Aronian (12th PLACE) ABOVE MAGNUS?!!?

    Paul Keres (13th PLACE)

    Judit Polgar (14th PLACE) POLGER!?!? She should be far at the bottom.

    Mikhail Botvinnik (15th PLACE)

    Alexander Alekhine (16th PLACE)

    Paul Morphy (17th PLACE) He should be much higher.

    Magnus Carlsen (18th PLACE) He should be number 1! Having him so low is really incredible.

    Tigran Petrosian (19th PLACE)

    Alexander Morozevich (20th PLACE)

    Alexander Grischuk (21st PLACE)

    Bobby Fischer (22nd PLACE) 22?!?! That is insane, just because he's unpopular.

    Boris Gelfand (23rd PLACE)

    Max Euwe (24th PLACE)

    Wilhelm Steiniz (25th PLACE)

    Peter Svidler (26th PLACE)

    Veselin Topalov (27th PLACE)

    Nigel Short (28th PLACE)

    Hikaru Nakamura (29th PLACE)

    Adolf Anderssen (30th PLACE)

    Fabiano Caruana (31st PLACE)

    Jose Raul Capablanca (32nd PLACE) (This is crazy, NAKA, SHORT, amd TOPALOV AND POLGER ABOVE CAPA?!?

    Vassily Ivanchuk (33rd PLACE)

    Any thoughts on why this turned out some crazy results?

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #894

    MarvinTheRobot

    Nimzo still won though :)

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #895

    Dude_3

    DATS RITE GO TAL

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #897

    salmiakki

    ozzie_c_cobblepot wrote:

    Easy explanations.

    Ivanchuk is crazy. Capablanca plays boring. Caruana is just a dude. Anderssen - only question is why isn't he lower. Nakamura is hexed by Carlsen, too glaring a weakness. Short, don't know why he isn't lower. Topalov is listed about right. Svidler has been around forever in the top 10 but not top 5, he's the Sanchez-Vicario of chess. Steinitz and Euwe, sure no problem with their ranking. They are ex-WCs after all. Gelfand would be lower but probably went up 5-10 spots within the last 5 years. Quite amazing actually. Fischer, yeah, he did a reverse Gelfand over the last 10-15 years of his life. Grischuk/Moro sure. Petrosian - yup. That's what you get when you mix a pretty recent WC with b-o-r-i-n-g. Carlsen would be higher except he models jeans. And they're not very good jeans either. Morphy-Alekhine-Botvinnik. I might have them a little higher but this is decay at work. Polgar is the best female player of all time, I think she's ranked about right. Keres - hmm that's a little high. Aronian/Korchnoi - I like having them right next to each other, because they're two sides of the same coin. And then the top 10 doesn't have anybody out of place. I mean, they're all giants of the game.

    /meh

    I agree.

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #898

    macer75

    Heal Fischer hurt Polgar

  • 4 months ago · Quote · #899

    matttang_05

    yey! My last post was 1 month ago and Kasparov(the one I always healed)won!


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