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Wesley So vs Serge Brittner
37th Chess Olympiad (2006), Turin ITA, rd 2, May-22
French Defense: Winawer. Poisoned Pawn Variation General (C18)  ·  1/2-1/2


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  wordfunph: So-Brittner

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i was looking at 20.Rh1 instead of Wesley's 20.Bxe7..

Aug-25-16  lamsang: I think white could gain advantage by
31F6 follow by 32knight to F5
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: At first I thought it was So vs Bitter.
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  wordfunph: What did mamalotus say? Don't waste your mental juices on non-chess matters. Always read in the same way you've always done before--very slowly. Your eyes must always keep pace with your turtle brain. That way, words won't lead you into hallucination.


Aug-26-16  MCDreams: That's a good mantra for you. Maybe it could cure you of your "knack of" reading without understanding. Your delusions, however are in the advanced stages. I say carry on with your routine, it might prove cathartic.
Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Speaking of cures, one good remedy for the lisp (that curse of Sylvester the Cat which plagues one of saliva-throwing hiss during interviews) is to exercise the mouth with tongue-twisters. So repeat after me--

<Viviano Bober>

Viviano Bober bebe con el bobo,

y el bobo bebe vino,

y el que no bebe es bobo vivo.

(repeat 1,000 times when not playing)

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Corny.
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  wordfunph: Not when you're the one watching and listening. You feel like opening that gadam mouth and forcibly remove the tiny marbles he's gurgling like a mouthwash. Lol!
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  iking: another battle ground? wesleyfan vs. formerWesleyfan.
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: It's not a battle. It's one person watching another eat his humble pie with Knick Knacks on top.
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  wordfunph: I've ceased watching hehe. "Knack of"--right or wrong? Rofl!
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Wordfun the knack knack man. lol
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: It seems like you need to reread not just your preposition books but all your grammar books. Don't forget. 100x ok? lol
<You feel like opening that gadam mouth and forcibly remove>

<You feel like opening that gadam mouth and forcibly removing>

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Wordfun the knack knack man. 100x

Such a strong mantra. lol

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  wordfunph: Knack who?

Knack "Kiss my asssth Board 3" Amura

C'mon do it again-- "knack of"--correct or incorrect?

Don't be shy genius.

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: So according to dense-coconut rule, your usage is correct, right?

What about tense consistency (see your boo-bito above), do you have a dense-coconut rule for that as well?

Don't forget your mantra ok? It will help you cure yourself of the reading-without-understanding illness.

Wordfun the knack knack man. 100x

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  wordfunph: Aha, changing the subject! But knack of isn't finished yet!

"Knack of"-- correct or wrong?

You may consult the classics you claimed to have read when you were young. By the way who taught you grammar, the Hungarian or your Vietnamese foster father?

Aug-26-16  gokusano: You are dealing with the lola by his side. She's gorgeous in her younger years, and wickedly mannered in her present, elderly stage.
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  wordfunph: I dont think, so. I mean I, dont think. So. Or I dont. Think so?
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