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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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Dec-09-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  maxi: rape v. 1. To sexually ravish;
2. in hindsight, to have engaged in the sexual act with someone who eventually became a celebrity.
Dec-09-14
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  TheFocus: "Man, this crap just writes itself!" - William Shakespeare.
Dec-09-14  ljfyffe: Shakespeare demonstrates an orange-rhyme trick; foreseeing his future nickname, the playwrite feigns a rhyme for <orange>:"The ousel-cock, so black of hue,/With orange-tawny bill,/The throstle with his note so true,/The wren with little quill"(Midsummer Night's Dream Song). A real rhyme for orange from Bill's quill-pen does not flow: his pen is perhaps not big enough to do the job:orange-tawny bill; little quill. Worse literary crimes have been committed by other writers. Oscar Wilde claimed that <hue> is a pun on <Hugh> which he supposes to be a boyfriend of Bill Shakespeare.
Edna Milla, the poetess, uses the cut-up method
to deal with the word "orange": "Boot, or an oar,/Or an orange peel/Be washed ashore.../About his heel"(Mortiturus). Though the poet true rhymes heel and peel, oar and ashore, the word orange lies cut to pieces at her feet:<or an oar;or an orange>. She stutters over the word.
Dec-09-14  ljfyffe: Correction:Millay.
Dec-09-14  ljfyffe: <Focus>The Bard could be stumped, however. He never did find a rhyme for orange:"The count is neither sad, nor sick, nor merry, nor well: but civil count; civil as an orange"(Much Ado About Nothing, Act II , sc. i). Bill becomes bitter as a Seville orange because he can't come up with a rhyme. He has to settle for <nor, nor, nor> to go with <or>ange. Canadian Al Purdy uses a bit of crap:"lost in the dry grass/golden oranges of dung/Only horses/ no stopwatch memories of palace ancestors(Cariboo Horses). On the plains inhabited by native Americans, he uncovers a perfect anagram for <oranges>:"Onagers racing thru Hither Asia"--from the inside of dockeys from the other side of the world, drops a perfect anagram: <onagers>.
Dec-09-14  ljfyffe: In Suzanne, Leonard Cohen writes of "tea and oranges that come all the way from China", but in return decides to "give her"/"river". Because of the influence of Canadien French, he ignores the "h" which explains, perhaps, why he thought <door hinges> and <oranges> might work. The nursery rhyme that goes "Oranges and lemons,/Say the bells of St. Clement's" teaches children not only French sound, but also that lemons are a hell of a lot easier to rhyme than oranges.
Dec-10-14  ljfyffe: Oranges: a third syllable to work with although a true rhyme begins on the accented syllables and flows throughout the rhymed words right to their ends, i.e. <oranges>and <doranges>(were there such a word). Oranges and sporanges (an actual word) almost rhyme. Christina Rossetti buys a rhyme from a hustler:"Come buy, come buy:Apples and quinces/ Lemons and oranges,/plump unpecked cherries,/Melons and raspberries"(Goblin Market). Oran<ges> and quin<ces>, not bad; <cherries> and rasp<berries>,better. Erin Moure stretches for a rhyme:"They looked up when she said 'the smoke of the villages'/They thought she was reaching for oranges" (Ephedra). She reaches for identical rhyme on the last syllables: oran<ges> and villa<ges>. The problem with oranges, however, is the sound of the vowel in the second syllable.
Dec-10-14
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  TheFocus: Maybe we should change the name of "porridge" to "porrange"?

That solves it for me.

<BREAKFAST>

I sat down to have my meal of
Bacon, eggs and porrange,
A cup of coffee, a glass of milk,
And some segments of an orange.

Dec-10-14  ljfyffe: Though recognized as a very close rhyme, nixed by purists: <or/inj; por/rinj>
Dec-10-14
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  TheFocus: Poetry can "be close."

Not that I would ever do it. I believe that rhymes should be "pure."

Dec-10-14  ljfyffe: Now-a-days rules are less formal, for better or for worse..so rhymes can be a bit looser and still be accepted by most even if not by the unwavering purist.
Dec-10-14
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  TheFocus: <ljfyffe> <Now-a-days rules are less formal, for better or for worse..so rhymes can be a bit looser and still be accepted by most even if not by the unwavering purist.>

Not at one of the sites I publish at. Just one impure rhyme like that would get it rejected. They are very strict.

Dec-10-14  ljfyffe: That must be enough to make you as nervous as an outhouse rat.
Dec-10-14  ljfyffe: The second syllable of orange: therein lies the problem. With the poetry of William Wordsworth dancing in his head, Douglas LePan pulls an ear chimera from his bag of word tricks: "Now fifty years have gone/but, strange! the same dream lasts, that that same cloud or ange/may lead us on"(Analogues for rhe Sky). Using the French word <ange> in place of the English "angel", the poet forges rhyme for the second syllable of <or ange>:<on> and <gone>. Liane Heller claims to have found that elusive
rhyme:"I found a rhyme for orange./blancmange.
a dull white pudding"(Third Aniversary). Alas, <mange> and <ange> do not have the sound of the second syllable of an English orange. Melancholia strikes Miriam Mandel:"The delicacy/of the/arrangement/of my furniture, books, plants/bores me"--the "arrange-ment" is foreboding--"I should hang/red and yellow baubles and bows/from my ceiling/ finger- paint/my immaculate white walls/and leap/from/my high, wide balcony/with/an orange baloon/in my hand"(Section 14). But not even quite eye rhymes are ar<range>and or<ange>.
Dec-11-14
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  WannaBe: http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/artic...

I don't understand why the Pineapple Express is not delivering pineapples to me.

This is all <TheFocus>'s fault, he kept all of them for hissself!!

Dec-11-14
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  TheFocus: <WannaBe> I am having some pineapples sent to you by Express Service.

I am sure you may want to put some pineapple slices on your Christmas ham.

Dec-11-14
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  TheFocus: My buddy puts pineapple slices on his ham with a cherry in the center of each slice, and pokes cloves into the ham also.

Ho! Broke the mouth kine good!

So tender.

Dec-12-14  ljfyffe: Elmer<Focus>Really? You don't expect the wabbit to fall for that old pineapple/grenade gag, do you?
Dec-12-14
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  WannaBe: http://api.ning.com/files/l8tah2vEx...
Dec-12-14  ljfyffe: Oh, it's just too gruesome...so do it..
Dec-18-14
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  TheFocus: I'm always disappointed when a liar's pants don't actually catch on fire.
Dec-18-14  diceman: <TheFocus: I'm always disappointed when a liar's pants don't actually catch on fire.>

The reason for Obama's asbestos pants.
...you didn't think it was comfort did ya?

Dec-18-14
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  tpstar: Roses are red, violets are orange

I have so much stuff I should put it in storange

And then have my banker refinance my mortgange

So I may get dinner with my new girlfriend Solange

If hungry we'll visit the forest and forange

Yet no man shall ever treat her like a whorange

Dec-18-14
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  WannaBe: What an wonderful Homange. =)
Dec-18-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: Thanks, bromange.
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