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Edmund Beronio
  
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Years covered: 2015


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EDMUND BERONIO
(born Apr-24-1968, 50 years old) Philippines

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. E Beronio vs P Bersamina 0-12420152nd Metrolirot Chess CupE27 Nimzo-Indian, Samisch Variation

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Oct-03-18  gokusano: <<botvinnik64: A (not-so-bold) prediction at this point: Naka will not be a member of the 2020 USA Olympic team; he will still be highly rated, but will decline a spot on the team for "personal" reasons. (So as not to play Board #3 behind two players he thinks are weaker than him. His play thus far has been uninspired.) Thoughts?>> You could be right! Now, here's one from a member of Mr. So's close associates: <<NaunsyamengPangarap: Naka is Naka-kainis(underperforming). He's an elite GM on board 3,but..>>

Translation: "Naka is displeasing/infuriating (underperforming). He's an elite GM on board 3, but..."

The players' incentive is now jeopardized because of the team's result. Unless they recover and win the gold, no money will fill their pockets.

<<<notyetagm: <not not: perfect score of 1 win 1 lose and 6 draws is a cornerstone of Nakamura's upcoming biography titled "From being new Tal to being new Giri"!> If we don't win a medal, Naka will get a great deal of the blame.>>> Certainly!

Oct-03-18  gokusano: << john barleycorn: <WinKing:... Round 9

So (USA) 2776 - Wojtaszek (Poland) 2727

Sicilian, Najdorf

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e5 7. Nb3 Be6 8. f3 Be7 9. Qd2 O-O 10. O-O-O Nbd7 11. g4 b5 12. g5 Nh5

...

Known theory.>

What is unknown theory?>>
I just don't know. Anybody care to answer?

Oct-03-18  MadFaqirOfSwat: Commentators use databases. If they find the moves there, it's a known theory (most likely unknown to them, but they claim otherwise). If the position goes out of the database, it becomes: may be a new move, a preparation, an improvement, an innovation and (if the player loses) an inaccuracy or a mistake.
Oct-03-18  Viktorerro: The unknown theory is still being work out by physicists, it will be announce by the Nobel Institute once it is decoded in the year 2099, 2525, 3535, 4545, or never at all, the search will definitely drive these physicists hell nuts...to chess' unknown theory - go ask those Luneta chess guys - they are more than willing to provide you their nutty ideas as they glance @you with a nutty facial expressions....
Oct-03-18  Viktorerro: Hehehe, galit si Unciano kay Naka, sa below par daw na performance, na naglaglag sa USA sa laban vs Poland. Nadale siya ni Kacper Piorun,(the first name pronounced as "Casper", as in that friendly ghost toon character)

Congrats Poland.

Oct-04-18  gokusano: NO more bonus for them, nadah! Now, they are mad at him. It's one way of showing displeasure with the board assignments wherein Naka use to lord over the previous Olympiad prior to the arrival of the two mercenaries. Naka must be smiling mischievously at them. Hihihi.
Oct-04-18  Viktorerro: Huwag kakainisan, seeseehin, at moomoorahin si Naka...tao lang iyan at nagbla -blunder din...ganoon talaga, minsan panalo-minsan talo. Eh ganoon talaga 2.5 - 1.5 ang naging score ng Poland - USA,sa pagkatalo niya.

BAKIT HINDI NYO SINISI si Bata Kid nang ma olats sa match ng Azerbaijan -USA?

Oct-04-18  Viktorerro: Ah, panalo naman pala ang USA sa Azerbaian, 2.5 - 1.5...lahat may contribution sa score...si Bata lang nangitlog! Ahihihihi...Salamat Teimour Radjabov.
Oct-04-18  Viktorerro: Ok iyan at rest muna si Naka. Para walang Duda na may laglagan "constipation piracy", ok lang iyan, kaya na ni Naka ang sakit nang Ire sa pag ebak, basta wag lang duduguin ang Puwett katulad ni Unciano de Pangarap...
Oct-04-18  epistle: He showed his true colors by criticising his teammate. May hangin sa ulo
Oct-04-18  Amulet: Dapat nasa sekopatik etong istupidong ito!
Oct-04-18  epistle: I agree. But he is needed by the team so you can't put him yet in a psychopathic asylum
Oct-04-18  Amulet: Wala sa wastong kaisipan itong ungas na ito.
Sabagay, kawawa naman.
Ituring na lang natin na isang daga sa kanal, at itsahan natin ng dalawang butil ng kanin.
Oct-04-18  gokusano: Hahahahaha...go Epistle!
Oct-04-18  Amulet: Dati si <Intong> na dating poster sa Wesley page ay pinagbintangan nito na si <prensdepens> din. Pinalabas nitong ugok na ito na may dalawang handles si <Intong>. Sinong gago ang gagawa ng maraming handles at pag-uusapin ang mga ito. Hindi ba hangal ito.

Palibhasa 'yung ang gawain nito. Iba ibang handle ang ini-login/logout. At kunwari ay nag-uusap ang mga ito, subalit siya lang mag-isa ang nagmamaniobra nito.

Ay kalbong ipis-el

Oct-04-18  gokusano: Why the hate? Ma high blood ka n'yan, ikaw din ang talo. Pa roll call ka na, hehehehe.
Oct-04-18  gokusano: Dashari is a beast! With Jan Emmanuel winning in board 3, this is 3-1 for team RP! The pope's game is a drawish one.
Oct-04-18  Amulet: Kapag natigok itong <ipis-el> na ito, maraming handles ang maglalaho for good dito sa balat ng CG.com
Oct-04-18  Amulet: hehehehe.....
Oct-04-18  Amulet: hihihihi.....
Oct-04-18  Amulet: hohohoho.....
Oct-04-18  gokusano: Hello epistle. Naghahamon talag si Amulet, pagbigyan mo na! Kahit over the board, payt na!
Oct-05-18  epistle: Pag natigok si epistle, nandito pa rin ako.

Pero matagal ang buhay nun.

Tsikboy e.

Oct-12-18  Pulo y Gata: 'The very condition of a deconstruction may be at work in the work, within the system to be deconstructed. It may already be located there, already at work. Not at the center, but in an eccentric center, in a corner whose eccentricity assures the solid concentration of the system, participating in the construction of what it, at the same time, threatens to deconstruct. One might then be inclined to reach this conclusion: deconstruction is not an operation that supervenes afterwards, from the outside, one fine day. It is always already at work in the work. Since the destructive force of Deconstruction is always already contained within the very architecture of the work, all one would finally have to do to be able to deconstruct, given this always already, is to do memory work. Yet since I want neither to accept nor to reject a conclusion formulated in precisely these terms, let us leave this question suspended for the moment.' JACQUES DERRIDA
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