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Years covered: 1987

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1. B Schneider vs Doll ½-½15 1987 Baden-Baden opE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto

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Aug-08-15  zanzibar: Number 1:

and Number 3:

Who was Number 2?

Aug-09-15  HeMateMe: <>
Aug-09-15  zanzibar: A fantastic guess <HMM>, well worthy of the #2 spot.

But the real winner is hard to beat, on many levels:

I always knew about the winning smile, but the legs were a bit of a revelation.

Aug-09-15  HeMateMe: Kosteniuk didn't even make the top 40? The model and Euro champ?

Luke McShane finished 27th, a nod to England!

Aug-09-15  zanzibar: Still golden after all these years...

must be the skin treatment.

(Sorry, not a chess piece in sight in this one)

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  WannaBe: Ms. Regina (#3) is my personal fav!!
Aug-10-15  Retireborn: I always liked Madeline Smith, who appears (all too briefly!) in Live and Let Die:-


Aug-10-15  zanzibar: <RB> yes indeed, though there's a slight adjustment for me to take my focus from those lower eyelashes!

I'm not really a big Bond fan, but I did "force" myself to look at all the photos in my link.

I liked the pose by Sophie here: (#30, somehow tagged #2)

Not the one on the left, on the right! Arms akimbo, there's something just deliciously sassy in the pose she's striking.

(Strange word, akimbo. Uncertain etymology. And I wonder if there are variants that dependent on how the hands are placed on the hips - Sophie being somewhat non-standard.



Also, I have to give a shout-out to Diana Rigg,

for being Mrs. Peel.

But I must say, it's always a bit of a shock to the system to see Mrs. Peel as a blonde.

Aug-10-15  Retireborn: <z> LOL - those lower eyelashes do look like duelling caterpillars, don't they!

Diana Rigg is a national treasure, all right. If you haven't seen it, I recommend the film "Theatre of Blood" - Vincent Price camps it up, Diana Rigg is his delightful daughter, and Madeline Smith has (alas, all too brief!) a part as well.

Aug-16-15  HeMateMe: aly Raisman, Olympic gymnast:


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  perfidious: <HMM> Most interesting.
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  WannaBe: Waiting for Gadot.

Aug-18-15  HeMateMe: looks like a spy mashup:


Aug-18-15  HeMateMe: a hard days night:


Aug-18-15  zanzibar: A tuppence of McCallum, two of my favorites from TOL:


Yes, he's was a doll, with or without the extra finger.

Aug-18-15  zanzibar: And a tuppence of tuppences...

I would say those eyes are green, won't you?

Aug-19-15  zanzibar:

RIP batgirl,

Long live batgirl.


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  WannaBe: Yawza!!!

Aug-26-15  HeMateMe: that's michelle Pfeiffer, isn't it?
Aug-27-15  HeMateMe: modeling agencies are telling this Swedish girl that "she's too fat to model bikinis," and that "she has to get into better shape."




I guess they're looking for....<>?

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  TheFocus: Wow! I retched when I saw that last photo. Disgusting.
Aug-28-15  HeMateMe: Big Ben!


It does get bigger...

Aug-29-15  Retireborn: In his book Bisguier repeats the Sam Sloan story about Larry D Evans and Triinu Mikiver. I haven't been able to find a picture of Triinu, but google did introduce me to Liina Brunelle, a French-Estonian actress:-

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  perfidious: Would not mind an introduction to Liina....
Aug-30-15  zanzibar: Was Triinu Mikiver married to the well-known poker player, Howard Lederer?

Here's a clip where Lederer makes a comparison between poker and chess:

(BTW- I wasn't fully aware of the Full-Tilt Poker scandal, which unfortunately sullies Lederer)

* * * * *

Back to Triinu - you would think with all the money an actress makes she could afford to have a seamstress reattach a button or two to her blouse, now won't you?!

Maybe it's the French part of her... here's a photo with the Estonian part in the fore:

She seems nice enough, though from my vantage point might be a bit on the young side, one piece of bubble-gum beyond jail-bait:

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