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|Jan-19-14|| ||MarkFinan: AJ, what is your point?? This is the second time in a week you've found out that someone here plays just as well, if not *better*, than you and then gone on to find out when and where they last played in a tournament!?! At least you guys only have to go back a month to see AJ was offered a game with... *me* .. and bottled it, LOL. |
Seriously Gozza, I don't see your point mate. I could beat some of your opponents and I haven't played a tournament in over 25 year! Yet you still wouldn't play me! I can only think that it's because you're scared of losing. No other *logical* reason. If you'd like to prove me wrong then I'll soon be attending "The thanks-a-million AJ goldsby BS memorial tournament!" in neverland ❗❗❗❗
|Jan-19-14|| ||MarkFinan: I think I get it now. its because Freddy boy has this...... |
(born Aug-06-1960) United States of America
[what is this?]
Frederick S. Rhine is User: FSR on chessgames.com. The United States Chess Federation awarded him the titles of National Master of chess (1983) and Senior Master of Correspondence Chess (1997). He played in the 1997 USCF Absolute Championship (open to the top 13 correspondence players who accept their invitations), scoring 6-6 (+2=8-2). He and chessgames.com co-founder Alberto A Artidiello were teammates on the chess team at Lane Tech High School in Chicago, which won the Illinois State Championship Rhine's junior (Albert's senior) and senior years. Kenneth Mohr and Christopher Kus were also among their teammates.
Two of his games, F Rhine vs D Sprenkle, 1981 and K Thompson vs F Rhine, 1992, were both published with his notes in Chess Informant, and cited in the Encyclopedia of Chess Openings. Chess Informant's panel of grandmaster judges voted 18.Nxd6! in Rhine-Sprenkle the 8th-9th most important theoretical novelty played in Volume 32 of Chess Informant. That game also occupies an entire chapter in all three editions of Beating the Sicilian by John Nunn. It is game 218 in 1000 TN!! The Best Theoretical Novelties (Chess Informant, 2012).
Rhine has also written extensively for Wikipedia, including authoring "First-move advantage in chess" and "George H. D. Gossip," both of which have been Today's Featured Article, a distinction attained by only about 1 out of every 1,400 Wikipedia articles. Two studies he composed have been published in "Benko's Baffler's" in Chess Life magazine. He also contributes to the Chicago Chess Blog, http://chicagochess.blogspot.com>.
And seeing as you're roughly the same strength, you want your webpages and videos and achievements (and probably emails, LOL 😄) in your bio? Right?
Well stop saying you want Daniel Freeman to get hit with a bus and you might have an improved bio.. although I know who writes the bio's here so I might just send him an email! 😜😜😜
|Jan-25-14|| ||LIFE Master AJ: I once had a blitz rating of 2400+.
If you have any old copies of Walter Browne's magazine, you can find my win one year over IM Igor Ivanov. (He was later made a GM, I think.)
|Jan-26-14|| ||LIFE Master AJ: "Blitz Chess" was the name of the publication, I do believe.|
|Jun-01-14|| ||FSR: <LIFE Master AJ> You must be quite the speed demon. I know you like to play 1-minute, which I'm no good at. I do have Nakamura's book on bullet chess; maybe I should actually read it. I've seen old copies of Browne's magazine for sale, but don't have any.|
|Jun-01-14|| ||Jim Bartle: I read Nakamura's book on bullet in three minutes.|
|Jun-01-14|| ||perfidious: <morf> Please forgive the belated response to your question above, but I have not visited this page since my last post here (heresy, I know!!!).|
Walter Browne ran a blitz chess association from 1988 until at least the early 2000s, but so far as I know, it foundered.
|Jun-13-14|| ||morfishine: Good evening <FSR>! FWIW: I spent 18 months working on my "speed game" mainly 5-min chess. The idea, at least for me, was to increase calculating speed based on utilizing selected openings and sticking to a strict time-management regime. The ultimate goal was this would carry over and improve my play at OTB chess at normal time controls (40/2hr). I made very significant progress increasing my rating by over 200 points, and firmly believe in 5-min chess. Nakamura supports "speed chess" for what its worth, namely increasing calculating speed and keeping one focused on time mgmt.|
1-min chess is pointless since it offers no goals to work from or towards.
|Jun-14-14|| ||FSR: <morfishine> I definitely think that 5-minute chess is worthwhile in identifying areas in one's opening repertoire that need work. And I too have not found bullet chess useful, though others claim they have.|
|Jun-14-14|| ||morfishine: <FSR> No doubt, but I took to heart the importance of increasing one's calculating speed with a view to saving time. This allows one to not only calculate alternative lines, but to double-check those lines one is leaning toward. Needless to say, this can snowball if one is moving quickly and confidently since one is also calculating on the opponent's time|
Funny story, remember Ivanchuk's horrible time pressure gaffe's during the previous Candidates? I felt I knew what I was talking about when I was critical of his time management. After all, thats exactly what my training was focused on. Well, the illustrious <parmetd> took offense at my critique (I guess it was too painful for someone to criticize his beloved 'Chucky'), urged everyone to put me on ignore, then he put me on 'ignore'.
I have a good chuckle, or perhaps more accurately, a good "Ivanchuckle" every time I think about that :)
|Jun-14-14|| ||FSR: <morfishine> People, including me occasionally, do get affronted over the silliest things. Urging <everyone> to put you on ignore certainly seems like overkill, though. You're right that 5-minute chess is also good for developing one's calculating abilities and eye for tactics.|
|Jun-14-14|| ||perfidious: Hard to believe bullet serves any purpose in improving one's game; five-minute can indeed be efficacious for the reasons mentioned.|
|Aug-06-14|| ||Stonehenge: Happy Birthday :)|
|Aug-06-14|| ||Karpova: Happy Birthday, <FSR>!|
|Aug-06-14|| ||wordfunph: <FSR>, maligayang kaarawan!|
|Aug-06-14|| ||chancho: Feliz Cumpleaņos, <FSR>.|
|Aug-06-14|| ||Benzol: Happy Birthday
|Aug-06-14|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday <FSR>. :)|
|Aug-06-14|| ||SwitchingQuylthulg: <FSR> Happy birthday!|
|Aug-06-14|| ||perfidious: <FSR> The date of doom! Ya done caught me again!|
|Aug-06-14|| ||Refused: Oh, a Birthday.
|Aug-06-14|| ||zanzibar: From local paper:
<IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY
You will get annoyed easily this year. Keep that in mind and strive to focus on productive pursuits, prospects and activities. If you stay focused and positive, you can make significant changes that will bring improvements to your life as well as you personally. You can turn this year into one of new beginnings It's never too late to start over. Your numbers are 6, 11, 25, 31, 34, 39, 48>
Laconic wishes on your b-day, inter alia.
|Aug-06-14|| ||FSR: Thanks, all!|
|Aug-07-14|| ||moronovich: A little late,but still: Happy Birthday!
"As a lawyer mr Rhine
may let you get away with a fine
but on the board
he turns into a Voldemort".
|Apr-01-15|| ||Howard: Talk about a blast from the past ! Just yesterday, I saw a letter from Mr. Rhine in "Larry Evans on Chess" from the November, 1976 issue of CL & R !|
Thought that name sounded familiar !
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