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|Jun-02-10|| ||TugasKamagong: <shalgo>, great sense of humor, nice use of the word prolegomena. It reminded me o the word paralipomena, from a book by Schopenhauer. Perhaps if you got as enthusiastic about Csom's originality as <SneechLatke> is, and wrote an article about Csom's best wins, you could use the words parerga or paralipomena in the title.|
|Jan-08-11|| ||reztap: Does anyone have info on Cleveland 1975 which Csom won?|
|Jan-01-12|| ||OhioChessFan: Huh? Is <Antiochus> another account of <BidMonfa> ?|
|Jan-01-12|| ||WannaBe: You Know You Are a Geek When... (YKYAGW)
Your eyes see Csom, but your mind reads CMOS.
|Sep-14-12|| ||Infohunter: <WannaBe> I suppose that means I'm not a geek. But I DO like to read Hungarian dictionaries, so I wonder what that makes me?|
|Sep-14-12|| ||Stonehenge: <Infohunter>
|Sep-14-12|| ||rapidcitychess: Hello, low-resolution picture!
Could we get a nice photo, perhaps?
|Sep-16-12|| ||Infohunter: <Stonehenge> Funny sketch; thanks. I take it you realize that there is not one genuine Hungarian word in it.|
|Sep-16-12|| ||Stonehenge: Yes, one of the reactions said "It's not in Hungarian what he says."|
|Oct-13-12|| ||parisattack: A 'modern (post-war) hypermodern.' Not a very big group - Csom, Barcza, Suttles, Blatny, Larsen, Welling, Danielson.|
Many of course with 'tendencies' - Stein, Miles, Andersson, Persson, Morozovich.
Everyman Press just released 'Chess Secrets: Great Chess Romantics. I was hoping for a tome on Hypermoderns, but both Reti and Morozovich are included in the Romantics.
|Oct-13-12|| ||parisattack: Adding: Keene, Day to the list above.|
|Dec-13-12|| ||GrahamClayton: Here is Csom constructing a mating net in the endgame against Theodor Ghitescu in 1970:|
click for larger view
1. ♘e8+ ♔h6 2. ♗f8+ ♔h5 3. ♘g7+ ♔h4 4. ♔h2 ♗d8 5. f4 1-0, as 6. g3# follows.
|Jun-02-13|| ||ketchuplover: His brother Lone kept to himself.|
|Jun-02-13|| ||brankat: Happy Birthday GM Csom!|
|Aug-03-14|| ||Fusilli: <GrahamClayton: Here is Csom constructing a mating net in the endgame against Theodor Ghitescu in 1970>|
|Nov-17-14|| ||thegoodanarchist: <rapidcitychess: Hello, low-resolution picture!|
Could we get a nice photo, perhaps?>
Yes, but he will look much older than he does in this one.
|Nov-17-14|| ||thegoodanarchist: This guy lost to Tal, Fischer, Polgar and Spassky! Four world champions. I have never even seen 4 world champions in my life, let alone played against them.|
|Nov-17-14|| ||FSR: Csom also had a loss and a draw against Karpov. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches... The loss was a brilliant swindle by Karpov from a winning position for Csom. http://bit.ly/1t0zVgi|
|Nov-17-14|| ||thegoodanarchist: < FSR: Csom also had a loss and a draw against Karpov. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches... The loss was a brilliant swindle by Karpov from a winning position for Csom.>|
Good find, <FSR>. I might add that Karpov's combination made it into "The Black Book", which officially is called The Encyclopedia of Chess Middlegames. It is puzzle #517, in the category "clearance of a diagonal"
|Nov-21-14|| ||FSR: Csom also had two games against Petrosian, both short draws. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...|
|Jun-02-16|| ||OhioChessFan: <Paris: A 'modern (post-war) hypermodern.' Not a very big group - Csom, Barcza, Suttles, Blatny, Larsen, Welling, Danielson.>|
Simon Williams tends that direction.
|Jun-02-16|| ||posoo: DIS MAN sings da introduktion of da song "REAL MutheF**** G's" by Eazy E.|
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|Jun-06-16|| ||posoo: dont beleve me check it out|
|Nov-24-18|| ||offramp: Is someone inside your van?|
|Nov-25-18|| ||moronovich: Haven´t you heard about Van Morricsom ?|
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