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|Feb-16-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: <JFQ>, between the stout, resolute blackguard-packing gentlemen and the fine quality medical care your avatar provides, I don't think we'll have any trouble.|
|Feb-16-09|| ||everyone else: Good Afternoon:
I will also be attending. It will be very nice to see you both.
A nice fire, a glass of Guinness, and Linares....
|Feb-16-09|| ||jessicafischerqueen: Good Morning:
Sorry for spamming but I'm very excited about watching Linares games live--
And I'm also excited you will be there.
Please don't pay attention to that <everyone else> ID- that's actually me.
Whenever I lose a game of chess I often sign in as "everyone else" and complain to my friends.
Ok- see you at Linares1!
|Feb-17-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: <JFQ>, you are *not* a spammer. At first, I was puzzled by your second account name, but now it all makes sense: there's Her Majesty jessicafischerqueen; and then there's everyone else!|
|Sep-12-09|| ||newzild: Good morning, An Englishman - I have a question for you:|
Is it always evening when you post?
|Sep-16-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: No, not always, <newzild>; the sun never sets on the British Empire.|
|Oct-03-09|| ||Phony Benoni: <An Englishman> Good evening. A couple of days ago, commenting on the game Kasparov vs Deep Blue, 1996, you wrote:|
<Good Evening: I once played White in a casual game where my e-pawn did not move during the entire affair (45 moves). Here, White's e-pawn doesn't move until 61.exf3. Any game at least as long as this where the e-pawn doesn't move at all?>
I have finally gotten around to doing a bit of research, and am please to offer you these two games:
Gelfand vs Macieja, 2001 (Black pawn on e7 after 118 moves)
Radulescu vs Boleslavsky, 1953 (White pawn on e2 after 115 moves)
As for the latest first move of an e-pawn:
N Birnboim vs D Gurevich, 1982, where in this position:
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White finally got around to playing 121.e4.
|Oct-03-09|| ||technical draw: Thanks for those games <Phony>. Amazing 121.e4!|
|Oct-07-09|| ||Deus Ex Alekhina: Hullo, English! So lucky of you to be able to enjoy limey "delicacies" such as: blood pudding, kidney pie, toad-in-the-hole, bubble & squeak, along with the Scot's haggis. Just the thought makes me feel peckish! Care for a nosh? Toodles.|
|Oct-07-09|| ||LIFE Master AJ: E Limp vs A Rodriguez, 2001|
<<<< Oct-04-09 <An Englishman:> Good Evening:> Too easy, as was Saturday's.> After two months of going 3/7 or 4/7, this week was my first 7/7 in almost a year.>
I'll never understand chess.> CONGRATS!!!
"I'll never understand chess." Me neither!
|Oct-08-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: <Deus Ex Alekhina>, since I can't seem to post anything at your forum, I'll have to reply here with four simple words:|
Don't Forget The Curries!
|Oct-08-09|| ||Deus Ex Alekhina: Hullo,English! Sorry, old chap, but I don't have a forum - it would be about food (of course), if I did. What's your favorite feeding hole in Piccadilly Circus? Toodles.|
|Oct-15-09|| ||An Englishman: Good Evening: <Deus Ex Alekhina>, I'm afraid you've caught me out--it's been so many years since I lived in England that I've forgotten the lyrics to "You'll Never Walk Alone." Not that I haven't thought about a return some day, but frankly, Brick Lane is probably more my sort of eating.|
|Oct-16-09|| ||LIFE Master AJ: You are welcome. (And my little comment here gets my own award for "Best use of CG color.")|
|May-02-10|| ||David2009: Good morning, a follow-up to your comment on Estrin vs J Boey, 1987 White to play 36?:
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Against Crafty (see link below), both the game line 36 Ra1 and your line 36 Nd4 will win, but Crafty finds a crafty stalemate defence in the main 36 Ra1 line. So winning may be easier using your move 36 Rd4. Enjoy playing through the alternatives!
|Nov-26-10|| ||David2009: <An Englishman:> (O Almeida vs P Zarnicki, 2002) [snip] <proving that one means of avoiding playing bad moves is not to see them.>
I like it!|
|Mar-23-11|| ||YourNickname: <An Englishman> You are awesome!|
|Jun-04-11|| ||Mozart72: <An Englishman> You are welcomed to my chessforum.|
|Jul-29-11|| ||WannaBe: Good evening,
If my memory serves, you are/were living in N. California, I will soon be relocating to San Mateo county area, and would not mind meeting some of the CG.com members.
If, however, you have moved, and/or my faulty memory chip is wrong, kindly disregard this message in its entirety.
|Oct-13-11|| ||WannaBe: I replied on my forum, but unfortunately, forgotten to post it here, I'll be absolutely tickled pink and delighted to have a meeting/lunch/drink.|
Please e-mail me, kstc_jyu at yahoo.com, please, do mention cg.com in case your message ended in my spam box.
p.s. I responded to your message weeks ago. =)
|Oct-13-11|| ||WannaBe: p.s.s. I am free this weekend, nothing going on at work, unless all of our servers decide to suffer a major power failure and crap out on me.|
|May-14-12|| ||El Trueno: Hi! I would like to play chess against you 'cause I like your comments :) it would be helpful for me 'cause I'm studying english at school etc.. :)|
|Sep-03-12|| ||Tal7777777: Happy labor day!|
|Sep-10-12|| ||Abdel Irada: <An Englishman>: Are you by any chance in New York? ;-)|
|Dec-05-12|| ||ChessYouGood: It's ever oh so great to read your profile old chum. In particular, it's lovely to see I am not the only actor, playwright, screenwriter, director and producer around here. I am currently working on "Driving Miss Daisy II: Who's in the Boot?" at the moment. Perhaps we can collaborate!|
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