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Ilkka Salonen
Member since Feb-17-16 · Last seen Apr-25-18
I have made the song Stop the War for Opium, and I was in kind of @#$% list by the finnish police already. And then I did also some street art about a weed smoking social worker, after which the security threats against my person reached such levels that I decided to declare being 718 mentioned in the manuscript Liber AL. I wanted to know a little bit about quantum physics in my youth, and I did, and then I was like of, whatever, I don't feel like knowing more. Now I am trying to dig into the concept of scientific truth because there is something deeply wrong with modern medicine, and economics too.

I have also developed my own chess variation which I call Ichess or Ishakki. It has two rule alternations, basically.

1. Player can take his own pieces or pawns. That is a square occupied by players own pieces (not the King, naturally) can be occupied in players turn by another of his pieces when it would have the right to move there and the piece previously in that square is removed from the board.

2. Provided a player has less than 16 pieces and less than 8 pawns and the rank in question has a vacant square, he can use his move to create a new pawn to either first or eight rank depending on color. The first move of the new pawn is one step forward (when a player uses another move for that) and from second and seventh rank the normal exceptions apply.


   Ilkka Salonen has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-15-18 J McConnell vs Morphy, 1849 (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: Good choice of pun, Chessgames, I feel, because it is good time to remind of the tragedy and insanity of poor Morphy, who lost his love, Dixie and will to play chess. This time the world champion contender seems quite sane, but naturally the US does not.
 
   Feb-28-18 W Wittmann vs E Frosch, 2001 (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: I saw you, Walt Whitman, childless, lonely old grubber, poking among the meats in the refrigerator and eyeing the grocery boys. I heard you asking questions of each: Who killed the pork chops? What price bananas? Are you my Angel?
 
   Feb-18-18 A Giri vs Ding Liren, 2015 (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: 26. ...Bh7 comes to mind. But after 27.Bd3 black is still in trouble.
 
   Feb-11-18 Wei Yi vs Hoang Thong Tu, 2017
 
Ilkka Salonen: This is actually the first round game mentioned in this article also. https://elpais.com/elpais/2017/03/1...
 
   Feb-01-18 Bronstein vs V Mikenas, 1941 (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: I am just making this comment to create a link to my own profile, because it looks like chessgames.com took away games of Jorma Äijälä, possibly due to my speculation of infanticide among ambulance drives and US air force.
 
   Jan-26-18 G Jones vs Jobava, 2017 (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: "There ought to be a law against you coming around." C'mon he hasn't done that bad at Wijk aan Zee, has he?
 
   Jan-15-18 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: Anniversary of the death of Bobby Fischer is coming soon and I thought I could mention some facts about him, since lots of people like to label him crazy. I don't mean I would agree with everything he said. It's just there are some things to consider. Fischer was a person, who
 
   Dec-04-17 London Chess Classic (2017) (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: A player who gets a mediocre result from a tournament can still usually expect further invitations. But if a player is last of close to that often, there's chance that top level invitations become more scarce. For players this can be quite a big financial issue. If one just ...
 
   Nov-23-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Ilkka Salonen: Maybe the most notable games feature should also have defeats. For lower rated players there often seem to be more draws, and it really is kind of chess racism.
 
   Nov-23-17 Jakovenko vs J Rapport, 2016
 
Ilkka Salonen: Tomorrow Richard Rapport will have the change to take revenge on Jakovenko for beating his wife as the two men encounter each other at the 4th FIDE Grand Prix in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. I hope the local cops aren't problem. At one point I realized howcome there always is an ...
 
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