|Dec-06-17|| ||FSR: Oops.|
|Dec-14-17|| ||Delboy: One blunder in an otherwise average game. There are thousands of remarkable games in your database far more deserving of the "Game of the Day" accolade|
|Dec-14-17|| ||eykca: <Delboy> what an odd thing to take offense to... lol|
|Dec-14-17|| ||offramp: No giblets for Karl that day.|
|Dec-14-17|| ||goodevans: I'm with <Delboy> on this one. Another case of GOTD being chosen just for the pun, which in this case was rather obvious. What an utter waste of time!|
|Dec-14-17|| ||schnarre: ...Loved the pun all the same!|
|Dec-14-17|| ||thegoodanarchist: <Delboy: One blunder in an otherwise average game. There are thousands of remarkable games in your database far more deserving of the "Game of the Day" accolade>|
Or "like". Or "thumbs up". In other words, I agree!
|Dec-14-17|| ||offramp: The fog of war is a phenomenon often encountered on a battlefield where gaseous emissions from cannons, rifles, pistols and humans create a low lying fog-like mist.|
This mist may contain carcinogens and the current scientific thinking is that one should turn 180 degrees around and run rapidly away from any such approaching fog.
|Dec-14-17|| ||orbisignis89: this will probably be the most remarkable achievement in the chess careers of Martin Fogg and Karl Lundback. Rejoice!|
|Dec-14-17|| ||TheTamale: Another vote in support of <Delroy>. This is like watching a game between me and my computer.|
|Dec-14-17|| ||mjmorri: <TheTamale> I wish my computer would play Ra4 once in a while.|
|Dec-14-17|| ||Check It Out: After reading the pun I expected a dashing battle of chess pieces, creating a light poisonous mist around my iPhone, which I would then quickly discard per <Offramp>. There may be a specific protocol for dealing with tech devices inundated with an actual fog of war, but I wouldn’t have had time to go get another device to look up the deets. I would then have to laboriously test out iPhone 17 or wherever were at number-wise by now, Androids, Samsung, and whatever else mobile device tripe is on the market to replace my hastily tossed cell.|
Foooortunately, this boring game had no fog of war, merely a mud puddle of a blunder. Whew! my phone is safe for now!
|Dec-14-17|| ||Ironmanth: Actually nice to have a game where it is a one-move blunder. Keeps us all sharp. Don't offer too many, however! Holiday wishes to all. ITH|
|Dec-14-17|| ||dumbgai: Yeah, this looks like a game between two non-master players.|
|Dec-14-17|| ||ajk68: Black should learn that little move called castling.|
14...O-O-O was called for with slight advantage.
|Dec-19-17|| ||OhioChessFan: <goodevans: I'm with <Delboy> on this one. Another case of GOTD being chosen just for the pun, which in this case was rather obvious. What an utter waste of time!>|
Sort of like your post.
|Dec-19-17|| ||OhioChessFan: <ajk> an inexplicable choice. He left the c7 square undefended, which was the source of future headaches. Maybe he had designs of 0-0.|