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Anatoly Karpov, a dead ringer for????
Maybe in that picture, there's a resemblance, but "M", "Maltese Falcon", and "Casablanca"? No resemblance.
Are you kiddin' me? Here is Karpov in Casablanca...I mean, Peter Lorre.
War criminal Petrosian?
Oh no! Morphy wasn't American at all..... Apparently, he was Dutch! Another illusion shattered! ...... Oh yeah, and forget that overrated cinematic version.... Here's a real Maltese Falcon:
Alekhine or Nixon? You decide!
Hahaha at the Carlsen Tyson one. I definately see the similarities, it's easy to mistake one for the other.
rooperi is unbeatable.
Russell Crowe / Alexander Khalifman
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May it in a puzzle? (White to move and WIN)
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12/28/2014 - Opposite Squares Attack
by Hopey546 a few minutes ago
Will ever be born a player better than Karpov?
by besttrollhere a few minutes ago
The Latest Banning... MERSAPHE. What now?
by johnmusacha 3 minutes ago
The Mate that wasn't
by TheGoalkeeper 9 minutes ago
hey this is one of my games analysis it (am i write )
by Sqod 10 minutes ago
I miss AndyClifton
by Fresh_from_the_Oven 11 minutes ago
Ebonized Pieces Suck...
by TheGoalkeeper 13 minutes ago
What Chess book to buy?
by TheGoalkeeper 16 minutes ago
Establishing the value of a chess piece
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