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Brian Wall vs Renard W Anderson
"The Great Wall of Wyoming" (game of the day Apr-20-2016)
Wyoming Open (2006), Cheyenne, WY USA, rd 5, May-07
Hungarian Opening: Symmetrical Variation (A00)  ·  1-0
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Oct-06-09  deschner: Very powerful White Knight! I'm impressed!
Sep-21-10  BrianWall: I needed that trophy bad.
May-30-12  DanielBryant: I daresay there probably aren't too many games in the database that were played in Wyoming, but this is a good win from one of the most creative players on the American circuit.
Apr-20-16  castleguy12: First

(I wonder if ppl do this) XD

Apr-20-16
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  WannaBe: Once those c-d-e pawns for white got a clear path, it's all over.
Apr-20-16
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  piltdown man: What's a "ppl"?
Apr-20-16  Elrathia Kingi: Flashy finish, but doesn't 38.Qf7 just win the a and b pawns, i.e., 38...Qxf7 39.Rxf7 Kg6 40.Rxa7, with Nxb6 to come later? I suppose there is the "threat" of 40...b5 and if 41.cxb5, then black can play 41...Rxd5 42.exd5 Be3, picking up the rook, but I'm pretty sure that after 43.Kf1 Bxa7 44.e6, there just isn't any way to stop both the e and a pawns. Am I missing something?
Apr-20-16  Eusebius: Fantastic ending!
Apr-20-16
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  offramp: 30...Rxd5 looks more sensible.
Apr-20-16  BrianWall: Trust me, I put that trophy to great use
Apr-20-16  knightmassey: Joe Eversole told me a story about you a trophy and a girl from Wyoming. I'm guessing that it's quite true.
Apr-20-16  paavoh: @piltdown man: "ppl" stands for "people"
Apr-20-16
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  offramp: <paavoh: @piltdown man: "ppl" stands for "people">

ppl is used by ppl who simply don't have enough time to type out people in full. It is three xtra lttrs.

Apr-20-16
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  kevin86: White hunts and captures black's queen.
Apr-20-16  swiggityswag: eheheheh ayyyy
Apr-20-16
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  thegoodanarchist: PPL is an abbreviation for Pennsylvania Power and Light.

Their stock symbol is PPL - don't ask me why.

Apr-20-16  castleguy12: ......... why are we discussing about what I said "ppl" ??
Apr-20-16  morfishine: ppl = paid personal leave

*****

Apr-21-16  castleguy12: XD lol I bet all users here dont know the abbreviations well.
Apr-21-16
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  OhioChessFan: < ......... why are we discussing about what I said "ppl" ?? >

At least it keeps us from talking about how stupid it is to say "First"-especially when you were fourth.

Apr-21-16  castleguy12: ..... at least I was the first one to say First XD.
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