Tuesday, March 08, 2005

The Greatest Chess Understatement of All Time?

Dennis Monokroussos writes:

"It's not very likely that a player will produce a deep combination in a 1-minute game. . ."

That's just one bite out of a very big and tasty enchilada.

One thing I have noticed is that after playing 1-minute games, five minutes seems like an ice age. "Come on, move. What's to think about? I captured your knight, you have to take my Bishop . . . "