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Dmitry Andreikin vs Ulf Andersson
6th European Individual (2005), Warsaw POL, rd 13, Jul-01
French Defense: Steinitz. Boleslavsky Variation (C11)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Apr-27-18
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  whiteshark: Um Zeugnis für kommende Generationen abzulegen, verlangt <Dmitry Andreikin, <die Formentypologie der French Defense: Steinitz. Boleslavsky Variation (C11)>> zu entwickeln und als zeitdiagnostische Kraft in den Raum zu stellen.

Das ironisch-kritische Potential dieser unterkomplexen Arbeit der zutiefst demokratischen Arbeit "Performance mit <Ulf Andersson>" ist der instrumentalisierte Zugfetischismus.

Apr-27-18  john barleycorn: < whiteshark: Um Zeugnis für kommende Generationen abzulegen, verlangt <Dmitry Andreikin, <die Formentypologie der French Defense: ...>

Whipped sh*it

Apr-27-18
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  whiteshark: <jb> Quite a programmatic statement!
Apr-28-18  john barleycorn: <whiteshark: <jb> Quite a programmatic statement!>

sorry, I wrote this comment immediately after reading one of <Richard Taylor>'s inspirational posts. it happens.

Apr-28-18  Howard: All this over a 7-move draw ?!
Apr-28-18
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  whiteshark: <Howard> This hits the nail right on the head.

<john b <sorry, I wrote this comment immediately after reading one of <Richard Taylor>'s inspirational posts.>> Completely understandable.

Note: It often would seem that project <Buergelmaschine> is utter nonsense. And rightly so. The effort to create randomly two complicated sentences took probably longer than the players' brain investment into the respective game.

Apr-28-18  john barleycorn: <whiteshark: ...

The effort to create randomly two complicated sentences took probably longer ...>

Well, we cannot be like Hegel pulling monster sentences out of his sleeve. nobody can. (No, not that <nobody> :-))

Apr-28-18  N0B0DY: On his deathbed Hegel said that <N0B0DY> ever understood him.
Apr-28-18  john barleycorn: and nobody disagreed
Apr-29-18
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  whiteshark: Shark-Rule: No draw / draw offer allowed until the 1st and 8th rank are vacated of all pieces.
May-15-19
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  fredthebear: <whiteshark: Shark-Rule: No draw / draw offer allowed until the 1st and 8th rank are vacated of all pieces.>

Generally, FTB does not like rule changes, but this sounds reasonable to me. Of course, perpetual check would still have to apply at anytime.

Come to think of it, they'd just arrange perpetual checks or memorized stalemates in a dozen moves.

Instead of half-points for draws, give zero points to both players. They'd stop settling.

May-15-19
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  fredthebear: Or, give 0 point to White and the 1/2 point to Black for a draw.
May-16-19  lentil: < N0B0DY: On his deathbed Hegel said that <N0B0DY> ever understood him.> The response was "What?"
May-16-19
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  Fusilli: I am fine with people drawing in seven moves if they want to draw in seven moves.
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