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|Apr-19-12|| ||lifox: hey la it's li. you came to mind this evening. googled you and it brought me here. how goes it?? send me an email when you get this message firstname.lastname@example.org|
|May-15-12|| ||Lysgaard: Hi <IMlday>, "The Big Clamp" can be online with you permission.
A draft is here:
There are links to games at chessgames.com.
I have submited 4 games 1 were rejected
(Page 26: Day-Upton, Malta 1980)
Still need 4 games:
Page 9: Bolton-Sofrevsky, Canadian Open 1978
Page 13: Bohatirchuk-Heidenheld, corr 1954
Page 14: Day-MacPhail, Hamilton 1980
Page 26: Day-J Meyer, Washington 1979
|May-15-12|| ||IMlday: The print is too small or broken to read on my computer, :(|
|May-15-12|| ||parisattack: I can read it fine, Full Screen Mode. Thanks <Lysgaard>,|
|May-15-12|| ||Lysgaard: HI
Link to regular pdf:
It will be removed after 72 hours.
There has been no kind of proof
I use to have The Big Clamp, but it disappear during a relocation, I have searched for it for a long time,
with no succeed, So I did try the internet with no more succeed, the only copy I could find were the pure
copy at Scribd mention on the The Kenilworthian blog.
I decided to rework that copy (OCR text and make new diagrams) and make a Word document for myself.
When I had finished page 26, I found my copy unexpected.
I continue the work with the hope of being allowed to "publish" it on the web.
After proof, It can be available as Word documents in letter and A4 formats.
|May-16-12|| ||IMlday: Yes that works, thanks. It's curious that a thirty year old opening book should still be interesting. Maybe it is because it was more about middle-game themes than specific opening moves.|
|May-25-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: <IMlday> Do you teach?|
|May-25-12|| ||Lysgaard: Hi
I have made a "THE BIG CLAMP" page on my website:
Is it ok that I make "THE BIG CLAMP" available? I canít ask "The Chess Player" I donít think they exist anymore.
And a second question, has anyone one or more of the missing games that I mention the 15-may-12
|May-25-12|| ||IMlday: <LTJ> Not lately. btw liked that A Riazantsev vs V Nevostrujev, 2002 you recommended.
<Lysgaard> its ok with me, (and better than readers payin teh pirates ;)|
|May-25-12|| ||LoveThatJoker: <IMlday> I see. Thank you for your kind reply. I was asking because I'm from the Toronto area and I need help in building my repertoire.|
I'm a good player - I'm a decent tactician and I've done a lot of work on improving my strategical/endgame knowledge. But even though this is true, I haven't really paid attention to the openings as much; and being a competitive blitz player, it affects my game sometimes.
So just wondering if you ever wish to make some money and help me build my repertoire that would be a great thing!
PS. I'm glad you liked A Riazantsev vs V Nevostrujev, 2002. It totally galvanized me when I first saw it!
|Jun-01-12|| ||efvaatn: happy birthday|
|Mar-02-13|| ||arthurp: Lawrence,
No chess activity since June 12?You have a lot of chess in you yet!
Curious,did Duncan record his games in descriptive or algebraic when he played OTB?
|Aug-10-13|| ||Lysgaard: I have finally completed proofreading off THE BIG CLAMP.
Day can you help with any of the missing games that I mention the 15-may-12?
Can anyone else help?|
|Aug-10-13|| ||OhioChessFan: <Lysgaard> I would recommend dropping the link to your page http://fam-lysgaard.dk/TBC.html at the Biographer's Bistro Biographer Bistro . That group of people is your best chance of finding the missing games.|
|Feb-01-14|| ||Richard Taylor: Happy birthday when it was Lawrence! You have the honour of being one year younger than I am....|
|Feb-01-14|| ||M.C.B.1: Hi Lawrence, you probably don't remember me from the old Toronto Chess club but I will always remember your kindness and professional, helpful attitude. A real gentleman who sets a great example of how to be fantastic at chess and still be humble. You played blitz against me one Saturday morning and gave me a 2 minute handicap to give me a chance - when I finally won a game after about thirty tries, you were more excited and happy than I was! God bless. - Michael Bennett|
|Feb-01-14|| ||perfidious: <M.C.B.1> That positive attitude has shown up here at CG as well; and by no means have I read everything <IMlday> has posted on this site. Just enough to know.|
|Feb-01-14|| ||waustad: Happy B'day.|
|Feb-01-14|| ||Penguincw: Happy 65th birthday to Canadian IM Lawrence Day! :)|
|Feb-01-14|| ||Francio: Happy birthday to Lawrence Day (sorry for the unintentional pun there)|
|Feb-01-14|| ||Morttuus: Happy birthday,sir,and many happy days!|
|Feb-01-14|| ||Eraser07: Happy Birthday ,Mr. Lawrence! I'm a brazilian amateur chess player and knew you through chess games site. I think it's a privilege to live at same time of so gifted player. I'm impressed with your domaine of tactical and strategical issues, well as the positional and combination games. Coincidentally I was born in 1949 too. Greetings, Ernani Frota|
|Feb-01-14|| ||BohdanL: Best wishes for your birthday!
|Feb-01-14|| ||Domdaniel: Happy 65th, L.D.|
|Feb-01-14|| ||parisattack: Yes, indeed, he has played some very interesting and creative chess. I hope you are having a beautiful day in the neighborhood <IM Day>.|
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