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|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <Eric Schiller> Yangyi Yu vs Eugenio Torre?|
|Apr-22-11|| ||aniceto: Read again, Mozart|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <aniceto> Don't understand your "read again".|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <aniceto> Thanks!
French: Paulsen Variation (C10)
1. e4 e6
2. d4 d5
3. Nc3 ...
In Yangyi Yu vs Eugenio Torre the French: Paulsen Variation is in moves:
2. Nc3 d5
6. ... e6
|Apr-22-11|| ||bartonlaos: Mozart is not a native English speaker. That's why he failed to comprehend <EricShiller's> point. He would do well to remember this the next time he wishes to write such rude comments.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <bartonlaos> Are you one of those guys who if "Schiller dixit", then you move the piece? It's no "big rudness" to correct or give one's point of view to a person (even if it's Sensei Schiller). I think your "Mozart is not a native English speaker" is just BS.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: Yeah, I guess there's this irrelevant respond to a comment owing to misinterpretation. But his ideas are good too!|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <bartonlaos>? Well? Speak, Shakespeare.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <Mozart72: <bartonlaos>? Well? Speak, Shakespeare.>|
|Apr-22-11|| ||bartonlaos: Mr. "Yesterday Night", Schiller is describing a reason why there is a preference for an opening move. You falsely applied this to the game in question, rather than to the principle for which it was intended. |
<BS> The kindest reason for your rude response is that you are a 'non-native English speaker'. I suggest that you accept it.
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <bartonlaos: Mr. "Yesterday Night">|
|Apr-22-11|| ||tamar: The "Y Yu Dirty Rat" refutation of the 3...Ne4 line?|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <tamar: The "Y Yu Dirty Rat" refutation of the 3...Ne4 line?>|
So Yu Yanyi has just patented this "Y Yu Dirty Rat line Alekhine Defense Scandinavian Variation".
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <Mr. Schiller dixit>. You do not know if I am a non-native English speaker. You should have typed a "non-native English writer" instead.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Eric Schiller: I did not and do not comment on whether a post comes from a non-native speaker, which is a technical term linguists like me use. There is no such thing as a native writer. Writing is a skill that requires training.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Mozart72: <Eric Schiller> The post is for <bartonlaos>. It is a pun.|
|Apr-22-11|| ||tamar: <Amulet> LOFLLADR!|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <tamar: <Amulet> LOFLLADR!>|
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <Mozart72: <Eric Schiller> The post is for <bartonlaos>. It is a pun.>|
..LOL! You got yourself lots of explaining to do.
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: <Oceanlake: J Corzo found out that Capablanca didn't get confused worth a darn.>|
Oceanlake are you familiar with this J Corzo and the young Capablanca game? Would you mind posting the link to that game? Thanks.
|Apr-22-11|| ||Amulet: Eureka! I found it!. This is the link of the game between the young Capablanca and the Cuban champion Corzo. The latter tried to "bully" the young lad, but in the end he was the one calling for his mommy!|
...J Corzo vs Capablanca, 1901
|Apr-22-11|| ||Lil Swine: brilliant game|
|Jan-24-13|| ||Rob Morrison: I've never seen a game where the white horses dance around so beautifully. The game looks like a form of dressage worthy of the famed Spanish Riding School in Vienna.|
|Jan-24-13|| ||Rob Morrison: Sixteen moves with the white knights. Exactly half the game.|
|Oct-12-17|| ||Toribio3: This game of YY is very excellent as well as entertaining! YY outsmarted the Asia's first grandmaster, GM Torre. YY did not play the normal line of Alekhine Defense. The dancing of 2 knights by YY is authentic and original.|
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