Quote Originally Posted by Olympia View Post
Nobody who's here is totally calm and collected all the time. Otherwise we'd be on a chess forum.
Kasparov wuzrobbed against Kramnik in 2000. Kasparov would have crushed both Fischer and Karpov, who faced lesser competition in their day.

Quote Originally Posted by pangtongfan View Post
My only point is when evaluating results one must consider the quality of competition as well.
Still, you can only beat the people that you compete against. Alexander the Great would have lost to Dwight Eisenhower in the art of warfare (Eisenhower had an atom bomb).