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O Lie 
 
Odd Lie
Number of games in database: 42
Years covered: 1954 to 1988
Overall record: +23 -11 =8 (64.3%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games
      Based on games in the database; may be incomplete.

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 page 1 of 2; games 1-25 of 42  PGN Download
Game  ResultMoves Year Event/LocaleOpening
1. O Lie vs E Kjaerstad 1-030 1954 Norway thematicC51 Evans Gambit
2. O Arvoll vs O Lie 0-128 1965 Norway chD00 Queen's Pawn Game
3. O Lie vs K Saga 1-036 1965 Norway chD00 Queen's Pawn Game
4. O Kolberg vs O Lie 0-127 1965 Norway chC82 Ruy Lopez, Open
5. J Svenneby vs O Lie ½-½28 1965 Norway chC36 King's Gambit Accepted, Abbazia Defense
6. O Lie vs S Halvorsen 1-040 1965 NOR-ch corrA43 Old Benoni
7. E Hatlebakk vs O Lie 1-040 1965 Norway chC53 Giuoco Piano
8. G Stenvadet vs O Lie ½-½28 1965 Norway chC81 Ruy Lopez, Open, Howell Attack
9. O Lie vs P Lindblom 1-023 1965 Norway chD00 Queen's Pawn Game
10. H Pettersen vs O Lie 1-041 1965 Norway chC80 Ruy Lopez, Open
11. D De Lange vs O Lie ½-½44 1970 Norway chA28 English
12. O Lie vs J Grande 1-031 1972 Norway chA43 Old Benoni
13. O Lie vs B R Johansen 1-021 1972 corrD00 Queen's Pawn Game
14. O Lie vs E Sterud 1-034 1972 Norway chD00 Queen's Pawn Game
15. O Lie vs E Andreassen 0-126 1972 Norway chA65 Benoni, 6.e4
16. O Lie vs W A Stilling 0-144 1972 CCOL8 prel1-06C98 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Chigorin
17. O Lie vs O Prytz 1-030 1972 Norway chE89 King's Indian, Samisch, Orthodox Main line
18. H Jonsson vs O Lie 0-151 1974 WT/MA14 English
19. O Lie vs F Aamodt 1-026 1977 NOR-ch PostsjaakB69 Sicilian, Richter-Rauzer Attack, 7...a6 Defense, 11.Bxf6
20. R Thimann vs O Lie 1-037 1977 CCOL8 final-06C95 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Breyer
21. O Lie vs L Omelchenko ½-½48 1977 CCOL8 final-06C95 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Breyer
22. O Lie vs I Novak 0-141 1977 corrB09 Pirc, Austrian Attack
23. O Lie vs L Gaertig 1-032 1977 CCOL8 final-06C95 Ruy Lopez, Closed, Breyer
24. J Wiik vs O Lie 1-026 1977 NOR-ch PostsjaakA61 Benoni
25. O Lie vs H Ahman ½-½42 1978 EU/MSM/II prelD59 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tartakower
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Oct-08-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karposian: Another fine Beatles chess song:

The Knight b4

Oct-08-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  HeMateMe: pawn CHAINS, my baby's got me locked in pawn CHAINS (Goffin-King, covered by the lads).
Oct-08-14  ljfyffe: <b1....or B-square!?>
Oct-08-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  moronovich: "Here comes the fun"

by George Harris & Sun

"October Pussy in the Garden"

by Ring a Star

Oct-08-14  diceman: <andrewjsacks: <diceman> I've been listening to some Beatles chess songs.>

My favorite Beatles album was the “Joke Album.”

Had great songs like:

While My Guitar Gently Laughs
Happiness is a Warm Pun
Laugh, Laugh, Laugh.
Smile Baby Smile
Happy Sadie
Mother Nature’s Pun

Oct-08-14  ljfyffe: I've got the same album ...... it's Mother Nature's Fun......I checked to be sure.
Oct-08-14  Whitehat1963: I can't decide which piece of music I like best:

Beethoven's 5th Symphony

Kind of Blue by Miles Davis

Nevermind by Nirvana

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles

Exile on Main Street by The Rolling Stones

Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart

or

The Duchess by Fergie

Oct-08-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheFocus: What about Slim Whitman's <Greatest Yodeling Songs>?

Always a crowd-pleaser.

You know, he outseld the Beatles.

Oct-08-14
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  WannaBe: <Whitehat1963> Shame on you. Every chess lover and visitor to CG.com Live Game Page knows, the ALLLLLLL time favourite song (of everyone, even Mr. Freeman hisself):

Dancing Rook by ABBA!

Oct-08-14  ljfyffe: The Duchess was actually done by Robert Browning, you know.
Oct-08-14  ljfyffe: <Focus> Got rid of those space invaders, to boot.
Oct-08-14
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  SteinitzLives: <ljyffe> The last one was painted on the wall.
Oct-08-14  ljfyffe: Yes, I remember the lyrics very clearly: "She could not leave her number but I know who placed the call/'cause my uncle took the message and he wrote it on the wall".....it's considered a very famous poem, you know.
Oct-08-14
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  boz: Wow! Seven of the top ten players right now according to chess2700.com are over the age of 50!
Oct-08-14  diceman: <TheFocus: What about Slim Whitman's <Greatest Yodeling Songs>? Always a crowd-pleaser.

You know, he outseld the Beatles.>

You cant beat Zamfir and his pan flute.

Oct-09-14  ljfyffe: While Slim's yodelling could splat a spaceman on the wall, and Browning do more or less the same thing to his last duchess, all was not well, as we all know, between Browning and other poets of the time. Perhaps, because they had the same first name, Robert Frost considered the author of My Last Duchess to be a rival. He writes as much in another poem, suggesting his competitor has a heart of stone: "Before l built a wall I'd ask to know What l was walling in or walling out, And to whom l was like to give offence. Something there is that doesn't love wall That wants it down." Frost, clearly, did not like Browning, calling him a wall. Of course, the well known story of the duel the two poets ended up having does not bear repeating here as it is so well known. Suffice to say the wall gets knocked down: "Something there is that doesn't love a wall, That sends the frozen ground swell under it." Frozen ground swell is, as we all know, Frost. Frost, then, is confessing that he did away with his rival just like Browning had confessed that he had done away with his mistress. It's simply a matter of reading between the lines. Frost was never charged, by the way. He happened to be a friend of President Kennedy.
Oct-09-14  ljfyffe: <dicaman> You likely know that Slim Whitman was the illigitimate great-grandson of the poet Walt Whitman.
Oct-09-14  diceman: <ljfyffe: <dicaman> You likely know that Slim Whitman was the illigitimate great-grandson of the poet Walt Whitman.>

I know he liked the Whitman's Sampler.
...the "Slim" came from his great discipline.

Oct-09-14  ljfyffe: I apologize for the typo...the elder Whitman was apparantly a dicaman...not that there is anything wrong with that...and I must have sub-consciously erred. Actually, it was a typo. (lol).
Oct-12-14  ljfyffe: Oh, you mean Whitman's chocolates....doh!.....
I'm so easily confused these days ...as I've said before.....or I think I said before...anyway.....
Oct-15-14  ljfyffe: A hymn praising attacks against a variation of the Queen's Gambit, and a variation of the Ruy Lopez: <Ah, you loved me as a loser, but now
you're worried that l might just win
You know the way to stop me, but you don't have
the discipline
How many nights l prayed for this, to let my work begin First we take Manhatten, then we take Berlin.

Leonard Cohen

Oct-17-14
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  WannaBe: Oct 20th, Apple Pay goes live/online.

Oct 22nd, Hackers release 25Million Apple Pay credit card information.

=))

Oct-17-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  john barleycorn: And invested into the banana business.
Oct-20-14
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  Abdel Irada: <Because of Euwe
I never stray too far from the sidewalk>

This pun would work better if Euwe were pronounced like "ewe." But Machgielis' surname actually sounds more like an exclamation of disgust.

Oct-20-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  TheFocus: Erva is correct.
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