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Member since Dec-17-10 · Last seen Nov-16-18
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   7krzem7 has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-18 Kramnik vs G Jones, 2018
7krzem7: After 40.♔xf2 in Kramnik vs G Jones, 2018 ♖c1, ♗f1 and ♘d3 forms self-defending unit. [DIAGRAM] Compare to Karpov vs Kasparov, 1987 after 35.♕e2 (♖c1, ♗e3 and ♘f1). [DIAGRAM]
   Dec-22-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
7krzem7: <Domdaniel> <The other version (from a sci-fi story by Bob Silverberg) has a butterfly accidentally killed during a trip to the distant past. When the time-travellers get home, all is changed.> I think it's "A Sound of Thunder" by Ray Bradbury.
   Dec-23-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
7krzem7: <The HeavenSmile: How are you supposed to know to put a capital J in front of the youtube id to get to the song?> I googled 'RxlMI'.
   Dec-23-15 7krzem7 chessforum
7krzem7: Thanks. <Specializing in solving my clues, aren't you ?-)> Well, it seems so, although I'm just trying to solve some clues.
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Dec-15-14  Abdel Irada: What does the symbol in your avatar mean?

(And while I'm here: Welcome, and congratulations on your Holiday Clue success.)

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  7krzem7: Thank you. 卒 is a black pawn in Xiangqi.

Dec-15-14  Abdel Irada: Chinese chess. I should have known that; I live in San Francisco, and see people playing it now and then.

In fact, I've also downloaded a Xiangqi program, although I played it only once before the laptop I had it on was stolen.

I may download it again on my new computer, but frankly, the program destroyed me with such dismaying celerity that I think it's too strong for me; I will lose, and not understand why.

So: Time will tell.

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  Penguincw: Just dropping by to say hello, and also congratulating you on probably becoming the first user to ever solve 3 puzzles in a row.
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  7krzem7: Thank you, <Penguincw>.
Dec-16-14  Abdel Irada: It still amazes me that you've been here for four years, apparently in total stealth mode, and ex nihilo you have leapt onto the Holiday Clues leaderboard.

Is this a prepared variation, Mr. Marshall? :-)

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  7krzem7: As you can see some clues weren't so difficult. It's a bit of luck, I think.
Dec-17-14  Abdel Irada: Not so difficult for *you*, perhaps. For me they are quite impossible. :-S

Dec-18-14  MostlyAverageJoe: Just curious: what is the origin of the '7krzem7' handle?

Prawdopodobnie 7+7=14, czy tak?

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  7krzem7: Polish word 'krzem' means 'silicon' in English.

I used it to be registered on some Polish chess site. The atomic number of silicon is 14, or 7+7.

Actually, it's a random word.

Dec-18-14  MostlyAverageJoe: Ok, I see. I thought you might be Polish... (I am), hence the last sentence of my post:

<Prawdopodobnie 7+7=14, czy tak?> == <perhaps because 7+7=14, right?>

Dec-14-15  MostlyAverageJoe: Congratulations on #18! You got it impressively quickly.
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  7krzem7: Thank you, <MostlyAverageJoe>. Nice puzzle.
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  Penguincw: Another quick one (#32). I believe it only took you about 5 minutes to solve it.

FTR, I wasn't even close, as I was looking up members of the Rush band.

Dec-23-15  MostlyAverageJoe: Congratulations again on #56. Specializing in solving my clues, aren't you ?-)
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  7krzem7: Thanks.

<Specializing in solving my clues, aren't you ?-)>

Well, it seems so, although I'm just trying to solve some clues.

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