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Almira Skripchenko vs Joel Lautier
Lost Boys Open (1998)  ·  King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit First Jaenisch Variation (C33)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Feb-08-04  SamusAran: Agreeing to a draw at this stage in the game??
Feb-08-04  bjdenton17: Well, they are married.
Feb-08-04  Benjamin Lau: They were married.
Feb-08-04  clendenon: thet got a divorce while this game was in progress thats why they had to divide the point.
Feb-08-04  WMD: I hadn't hear about their break-up. Joel will be a lost boy without her.
Feb-08-04  fatbaldguy: <clendenon> I know in many countries property is divided equally among the parties in case of divorce, but I didn't realize this extended to points in chess games...
Oct-05-04  fgh: What is the point of drawing in this position?
Jul-22-05  rexeterna: The <Lost Boys Open>? Anyone have more info on the origin of that tourney?
Sep-09-05  samikd: <Joel will be a lost boy without her> I can't really say I blame Joel
Sep-09-05  PivotalAnorak: Lost Boys Open was an annual tournament set up in Antwerp, Belgium, named after their main sponsor, a computer company whose name was inspired by JM Barrie's "Peter Pan" stories.
Apr-19-06  sitzkrieg: And later it moved to Amsterdam.
Feb-17-07  ToTheKings: This game is listed under her "notable games." Why? Does decide what is notable or does the player? Either way, this game stinks.
Sep-12-16  Pyrandus: Ça alors!!!
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