26.09.2000 16:24:01Alexey S. Sharov
Good luck to GMChess Developers Group! :-)
You are welcome to my chess website!
08.09.2000 15:19:33George Watkins
Great job with the new newsletters. I will recommend them to my friends
I had taken a lot private classes here in Portugal, but nothing seemed to improve my game. After 6 lessons with your team I have improoved my rating by 15% over a periode of 8 weeks. I can only thank you and is sure that I will be taking some of the on-line classes as soon as you are ready.
Are you going to have a club soon??
thanks - Antonio, Vigo, Portugal
28.08.2000 13:45:35Peter Hansen
Was introduced to your site by a friend at the danish chess federation. Great work from a team of masters. Nice to see the understanding of chess from a concentrated point. Is looking forward to get some of you lessons in the nearest future.
09.08.2000 12:30:44J Urbina
Great site! I love the way you organized the databases. Do you have any of them with comments? The Ivanov analysis is a dream for the people that looks for guidance when replaying games. I think a good idea would be to provide Debases with extensive text and analysis. One for each of the players you have in your list. I would buy many of them immediately. Thanks and congratulations. J. Urbina
21.07.2000 03:33:43Anthony Marcinek
I was very pleased to find your site. I was particularly impressed by the articles of Mr. Segal. He combines knowledge with passion. It seems he is looking for this from not only the participents of these tournaments but also from the fans of these matches. I myself am fond of the long matches he describes but like the quick results of the knock off system. The long matches should be reserved for only the highest level players because the resuls of the matches will be loked at as true. How about knock off matches to qualify to play for the championship? Mr. Segal is an interesting and informative writer and I look foward to his articles.
I strongly reccomend the program Studies 2.0 That I bought from this site
It really helps ones understanding of chess geometry.
10.07.2000 12:05:59Georgia (Isis) Albert
I have enjoyed your web site very much, and I am sure that I will visit again in the future. I will be looking forward to seeing you play again, maybe in Las Vegas again. May Fortuna smile upon you.
03.06.2000 18:18:10José L. Vásquez-Campos
Congrat to all the team at 'gmchess.com'. It's a nice and wonderful place for chess players all ages.
I also want to congrat GM Khaliffman on his last performances as a World-Champ. We are proud of Him at Toronto Chess Club. Keep on going!!
31.05.2000 09:50:20Ian Williams
I have been reviewing the many chess sites available and this is certaily as good as any and better than most. If you keep up this standard I am sure that you have a very bright future. Good luck to you.
20.05.2000 04:53:51Andrew Kim
Excellent site! I've been introduced to chess only 8 months ago, and I will greatly improve my play with your extroardinary web site. Keep up the great work!
11.05.2000 13:04:03Francesco Di Tolla
A very nice site! Congratulations for the good work.
What about some pages with historic pages? E.g. in the west many people don't know how importatnt Cigoring was in the history of russian chess.
05.05.2000 07:53:31Michel Gagne C.M.
Congratulations GM Khalifman for your powerful victory at Las Vegas. I will always keep great memories watching you by the Net at Las Vegas and learning from you during the historic challenge between the World Team vs. GM Kasparov on Zone.com Do you remember I figure f7-f5 in the same time of you during this match and found the Rook sac of GM Kasparov. This spectacular summer last year, give me the chance to really appreciate your chess skills for the first time. Great player you are! If you have time someday please come to visit www.worldchessnetwork.com I am a new administrator in this place. Finally, please say hello to Constantin for me. Thanks very much.
03.05.2000 08:32:52Robert Benz
Congratulations and thanks for this very useful website. Mr. Khalifman is one of the finest gentlemen ever to play chess.