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Wang Yue vs Peter Leko
Pearl Spring Chess Tournament (2009), Nanjing CHN, rd 4, Oct-01
Semi-Slav Defense: General (D43)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-01-09  kurtrichards: Simple chess.
Oct-01-09  MarvinTsai: These two succeeded in using the clash of pieces to produce a lullaby.
Oct-01-09
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  whiteshark: What a pitty that you can't exchange opposite coloured bishops. May I ask for an exemption for these two players? They really deserved it!
Oct-01-09  Paraconti: The Chinese government actually sentences to death officials who cheat the public. The execution are done on the spot. They should threaten to do the same for national chess players who waste the public's time too.
Oct-01-09  ROADDOG: zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...
Oct-01-09  IHatePatzers: <Simple chess> <The Chinese government actually sentences to death officials who cheat the public. The execution are done on the spot. They should threaten to do the same for national chess players who waste the public's time too.>

patzers, PATZERS, PATZERS!!!!
Why do they have a big mouth??? WHY!!????

Oct-02-09  iamcoolright: talk about a boring game
Oct-02-09  Ladolcevita: <paraconti>
As a Chinese.I've never heard of such a law.......the officials are the last to be sentenced!...bureaucratism.....
Oct-03-09  kurtrichards: <IHatePatzers:> <Simple Chess>....patzers,PATZERS,PATZERS!!!! Why do they have a big mouth??WHY!!????> Perhaps I am, but I have no big mouth. Big ASS.
Oct-03-09  Ladolcevita: <Ihatepatzers>
Not necessarily to be thus insane...
Oct-03-09  ROADDOG: <The game between Wang Yue and Peter Leko was mind-numbingly tediously to the extent that I rather feel both players shoud receive zero points for it.> Malcolm Pein Telegraph.co.uk
Oct-04-09  Xeroxx: <IHatePatzers> Are you a joke account?
Oct-04-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  Eyal: <Also in the 4th round, with all this action around them, Wang Yue and Leko both came to the party dressed as immovable object. It was like watching two guys playing Rock, Paper, Scissors both throw "rock" 29 times in a row.> (http://www.chessninja.com/dailydirt...)
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