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James E Berry vs Alberto A Artidiello
"Piece of Cake" (game of the day Dec-10-2015)
US Open (2004), Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA, rd 6, Aug-12
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Modern Variation (B42)  ·  0-1
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Dec-10-15
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  offramp: Well played by the winner, co-founder of this site.
Dec-10-15  qkxwsm: He is no longer here. :(
Dec-10-15  Ferro: Forwards
Dec-10-15
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  Check It Out: Exciting game!
Dec-10-15  Ratt Boy: Nice game, butt I don't get the pun.
Dec-10-15
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  Penguincw: < Ratt Boy: Nice game, butt I don't get the pun. >

When someone says something is a "piece of cake", that usually means it was very easy. Here, black I imagine had an easy time winning this game.

However, today is <cg>'s 14th anniversary, and playing black is one of the co-founders of this site, Alberto A Artidiello. Usually, for a special celebration such as an anniversary (or like birthday, wedding, etc.), it's common to have a cake.

Dec-10-15  Ratt Boy: <Penguincw>

Thanks. I didn't know that this was cg's "Birthday". Happy BDay, cg.com!

Dec-10-15
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  thegoodanarchist: < Penguincw: >

Thanks for the explanation. I was thinking that maybe <Artidiello> means "cake" in Portuguese or something.

Dec-10-15
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  kevin86: Nice game on cg.com's birthday!
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