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Alexander Alekhine vs A Andriyashev
cr (1905), ?, Sep-22
King's Gambit: Accepted. Greco Gambit (C38)  ·  1-0
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Oct-09-18
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  beatgiant: <thegoodanarchist> Oh, I didn't realize. Where is that page? I'll post my further comments there.
Oct-09-18
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  thegoodanarchist: < beatgiant: <thegoodanarchist> Oh, I didn't realize. Where is that page? I'll post my further comments there.>

AFAIK, you can only "vote" there. You can't post comments:

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Oct-09-18
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  OhioChessFan: beatgiant and tga have inspired me to write a new pun for this game:

"This Pun Didn't Get the Most Votes in the Pun Voting Booth!"

Oct-09-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Pun proposal:

<4A Good Time>

Oct-09-18
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  OhioChessFan: That's almost too good to consider.
Oct-09-18
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  Count Wedgemore: I try to come up with a good A4ism for this game.
Oct-09-18
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  beatgiant: Why is everyone assuming only four A's? Alekhine's middle initial is also A, so it's at least five. It might even be six, depending on Andriyashev's middle initial.
Oct-09-18
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  Count Wedgemore: <beatgiant> Probably five. I venture to guess the Andriyashev in question is the Historian Alexander Mikhailovich Andriyashev. There is an article about him on the Russian wikipedia: https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9...
Oct-10-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <OhioChessFan: That's almost too good to consider.>

OK, then. Howsabout <Massacre on d4>?

Oct-10-18
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  OhioChessFan: In a shocking development, cg.c chose today's pun, "Vulnerable f7" despite a landslide of votes for <tga's> entry, "Vulnerable d4". This is sure to be challenged in court.
Oct-10-18
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  Count Wedgemore: The level of GOTD puns on this site is sinking faster than Ted Kennedy's Oldsmobile.
Oct-11-18
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  OhioChessFan: In a shocking development, cg.c chose today's pun, "Unorthodox Defense" despite a landslide of votes for <Count Wedgemore's> entry for this game, "Andriyashev's Unorthodox Defense". This is sure to end up in the courts.
Oct-11-18
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  thegoodanarchist: I voted for "Ted Kennedy's Oldsmobile" to be pun of the day.
Oct-12-18
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  OhioChessFan: In a shocking development, cg.c chose today's pun, "Alexey Sheared Off" despite a landslide of votes for <tga's> entry "Alexey Wrecked Ted Kennedy's Oldsmobile". This is sure to end up in the courts.
Oct-13-18  Howard: Didn't know that Ted Kennedy was driving an Olds that fateful night--was the make of the car mentioned in the recent movie. I saw it, but don't recall.
Oct-13-18
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  thegoodanarchist: < Howard: Didn't know that Ted Kennedy was driving an Olds that fateful night--was the make of the car mentioned in the recent movie. I saw it, but don't recall.>

Honestly, I don't know. I'm just riffing on what <Count Wedgemore> wrote:

Alekhine vs A Andriyashev, 1905 (kibitz #32)

Oct-13-18  Howard: Had a bumper sticker on my dorm room wall decades ago which read:

"More people have died in Ted Kennedy's Car Than in Nuclear Power Plants."

Oct-13-18
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  OhioChessFan: In a shocking development, cg.c chose today's pun, "A Masterful Attack" despite a landslide of votes for <Howard's> entry "A Masterful Bumper Sticker". This is sure to end up in the courts.
Oct-13-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <OCF> I think you are courting trouble
Oct-13-18
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  perfidious: Were there other passengers in that ill-fated Olds than Mary Jo Kopechne?
Oct-14-18
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  diceman: <Howard: Didn't know that Ted Kennedy was driving an Olds that fateful night--was the make of the car mentioned in the recent movie.>

Oldsmobile Delmont 88

<Had a bumper sticker on my dorm room wall decades ago which read:

"More people have died in Ted Kennedy's Car Than in Nuclear Power Plants.">

Technically you'd have to put Ted in charge, and place them underwater.

<perfidious: Were there other passengers in that ill-fated Olds than Mary Jo Kopechne?>

If human beings were around, she may have lived. All she had was a politician.

Oct-14-18
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: <Howard: Had a bumper sticker on my dorm room wall decades ago which read:

"More people have died in Ted Kennedy's Car Than in Nuclear Power Plants.">

Clearly pre-Chernobyl. Even so, it was not entirely accurate.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SL-1

Oct-15-18
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  keypusher: <perfidious: Were there other passengers in that ill-fated Olds than Mary Jo Kopechne?>

There is a claim, I understand, that there was another woman in the car, and she, not Kopechne, was Kennedy's mistress at the time. There is a podcast (NOT by an Alex Jones type) about it. But that's all I know.

Oct-15-18
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  Diademas: So where does that leave us with the pun <Ohio>?

"Two Woman and an Oldsmobile"?

Oct-16-18
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  diceman: <Diademas:

So where does that leave us with the pun <Ohio>?

"Two Woman and an Oldsmobile"?>

"Two Woman and an Old Schlemiel"

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