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Thanks to User: jessicafischerqueen for generously presenting me with a year of premium membership!

I want to thank the User who presented me with another year of premium membership!

Akiva Rubinstein, Jose Raul Capablanca, Vladimir Kramnik, Anatoly Karpov and Judit Polgar.

Thanks to User: technical draw for one year of premium membership (2008.03.30 to 2009.03.30)! It was a nice experience.

For my article <Research about Rubinstein’s mental stability prior to the First World War> have a look at Akiba Rubinstein


Interesting quote:

<Eric Schiller: <Hehateme>Sorry, I forgot about the ridiculous"plagiarism" charge. Winter got his knickers in a bunch because in my combination and tactics books I never said where the game combination was first published! Nor has anyone else, ever! It is indicative of his "scholarahip".

That's why I have a Ph.D. and he doesn't and never will.> Source: Eric Schiller

Remarkable quotes:

On De Legal vs Saint Brie, 1750 ahmadov: <I have just played a similar game on :)> whiteshark: <<ahmadov>: the black side ?? LOL>

doremi: <Hey, what is going on in Ivan vs Mamed? How did Sokolov get 1 hour at move 26?> Sokolov hired Danailov at move 25

azaris: <I hear the Russians put a dangerous scorpion in Danailov's luggage and it stung him. The scorpion died three days later of poisoning.>

RookFile: <Wow, something scary just happenned. Karpova and I independently had exactly the same thought.> Thank you, <RookFile>

Carlsen vs Leko, 2007
In respond to <Ulhumbrus>' post: euripides: <<After 11 Qxd4 White has a Q on d4.> There's no arguing with that.>

Russian Superfinals (2007)
DCP23: <But it turned out there was an even faster way of exploiting the weakness of the light squares, as Korbut demonstrated with 31..Qh6! and 32..Qxh2+!. /Am I starting to sound a bit like <notyetagm> yet? ;) /> malthrope: <<DCP23 <as Korbut demonstrated with 31..Qh6! [MOVING BACKWARDS WITH THE HEAVY QUEEN [SEE THREAT]> and 32..Qxh2+! <DEMOLISHING THE K-SIDE WITH A HEAVY BLOW!> /Am I starting to sound a bit like <notyetagm> yet?> Yeah <DCP23> you are but just a little bit! :^)>

Chessgames Challenge: The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 Artar1: <Hugin: I want you to download the last Toga engine and test it out on your comp against Fritz 10.> Thank you for your kind offer.

Applying for a free premium membership at <> OhioChessFan: <Dear Chessgames, I am a small boy in ummmmm, Ethiopia. I have pretended to be from this place called "Ohio", because I hear that the people in America have food to eat and also many pictures of Jessica Simpson to look at for free on magazine covers. Please make a starving boy happy and send him a free America Chessgames Premium Membership. And also some free Jessica Simpson pictures.>

On S Erenburg vs D Fridman, 2005 (Pun: "Pawn Shop") Rocafella: <It's happened. has finally resorted to incorporating sexual innuendo into puns for GOTD. One thing to say to this disgusting act. Great stuff, keep up the good work! =D> unsound: <<Rocafella> I think I should save you possible future embarrassment and point out that there is a vast difference between a "pawn shop" and a "porn shop.">

iamverywellatchess: <I can check-mate with a ladel of cucumber broth! What you refuse to understand is that my play is so large that many human beings of the United States cannot determine what I am doing!>

On Rotlewi vs Rubinstein, 1907 (before it got submitted) offramp: <Seems like a reasonable game, though it may not quite make the standard. Submit it and see what they say.>

Capablanca vs Milner-Barry, 1935
Jesuitic Calvinist: <For those who know something about cricket, I read recently that former England captain Graham Gooch, who played his first test match in 1975, was the first player with a moustache to play for England since 1946.>

After game 2 Deep Fritz vs Kramnik 2006 (Kramnik's one move checkmate) and repeated spamming from a Topalov-Fanatic: square dance: <i think topalov fans are just angry again since kramnik took topalov's only remaining title: world champion of blunders. it was the only thing topalov still had over kramnik.>

Dr. Jana Malypetrova Hartston Miles Bellin
Jesuitic Calvinist: <I am glad this lady has been successful career-wise; it can't be easy going through life with a name that sounds like an inexplicably popular line of the Nimzovich Defence.>

jamthegenius: <I have a tactical and attacking ability and style that is comparable to Alekhine, yet fall somewhere below Kosteniuk.>

Mamedyarov vs Topalov, 2006
Bufon: <<acirce35..Rxc8 36.Rxc8 Rxd6! 37.exd6 Qd2 forcing a perpetual was a fairly easy draw> This is the kind of recomendations one would expect from a Kramnik fan, finding the draw lines, thanks to God, Topalov is no Drawmnik. He gave us a nice defeat by the hands of a young prodigy instead of a draw by repetition.>

notsodeepthought: <WMD: <LIFE Master AJ>, would you consider the email from Ray Keene to be the highlight of your chess career?> <I don't know if AJ's already answered that - he's on my ignore list - but my guess is that he considers that email to be the highlight of RAY KEENE's career.>

euripides: <Does the Romanian federation issue Lifemaster titles ?>

After Kramnik blundering in game 2 against Deep Fritz 2006: Eyal: <<technical draw: There is no happier group in the world today than the Kramnik bashers. Danilov is getting drunk tonight! (just like every night).> So maybe tonight he is staying sober.>

LIFE Master AJ: <A.) You are nothing more than a loud-mouthed, rude little fish ... a punk with a bad attitude. B.) You are igmored, (again).>

On Essent 2006, Round 2
AdrianP: <<Danailov Press Release> As can be seen from the Essent tournament, Kramnik has no right to call himself the world chess champion. After all, his contender for the title is being roundly trounced by players not even in the top 10. We, that is Topalov and I, refuse to recognise the recent match in Elista, meaning that Topalov remains the true world chess champion. Keep those loo doors closed.>

Vasily Smyslov acirce: <If there is an argument between two philosophers, but nobody is watching it, do they really spam the Smyslov page?> (After a discussion mainly between <danielpi> and <Plato>)

samvega: <ughaibu: I'm also a one finger typist, however I feel the Chessgames members are worth the effort of occasionally employing a second finger, dont you? <Our gratitude for the effort you put into capitalizing woud be that much greater if you'd ever actually written something worth reading.>>

Claudia Noemi Amura ConLaMismaMano: <First Latin American woman to become a a male IM.> ketchuplover: <gender reassignment?>

LIFE Master AJ: <Just to answer one person's question, the owner of this website has stated - repeatedly - that he is not interested in my annotations or reproducing all of my games.>

larsker: <No list would be complete without an honorary mention of Goldsby's collected works with a special regard to his Sounding off webpage.>

Steppenwolf: <17. Be5, f6. 18 Ng5, f5. And now what?> you vs yourself: <<steppenwolf>17.Be5 f6 18.Ng5 f5 19.Nh6#>

LIFE Master AJ: <Did your mother drop you on your head? (ON PURPOSE?!???!??) You need to stop STALKING people, OBEY the rules of this site, and get a life!!! You also need to stop smoking crack, and maybe go to a rehab center ... get your life together.>

>> Click here to see Karpova's game collections. Full Member

   Karpova has kibitzed 11376 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-22-14 Leo Fleischmann Forgacs
Karpova: He won a tournament arranged by the Budapest Chess Club, wherein all of the strongest players of Budapest participated. It took place from November 15 to December 14, 1906. Time control was 18 moves per hour. 1. Forgacs 14.0 2-3. Zoltan Balla 12.0 2-3. Janos Gajdos 12.0 4. ...
   Jul-22-14 WCC Editing Project chessforum (replies)
Karpova: <Paint My Dragon> There is a new French doucumentary about the Karpov-Kasparov duels by Jean-Charles Deniau and Frédéric Gazeau: Featuring interviews with Kasparov, Karpov, trainers, officials and chess experts, thereby providing the ...
   Jul-22-14 Lasker - Janowski (1909)
Karpova: <Dr. Lasker has now defeated decisively Steinitz, Marshall, Dr. Tarrasch and Janowski, although the encounter with the Parisian was not in the nature of a match, and not for the title, as in the case of each of the other opponents.> Source: 'American Chess Bulletin', January ...
   Jul-21-14 Vienna (1908)
Karpova: <waustad> In the final report, no tie-break system is mentioned. The prize money for the first three places was summated, then divided by three and shared among the winners. The prize money was: 1st-3rd: Duras, Maroczy and Schlechter received (4,000 + 3,500 + 3,000)/3 ...
   Jul-20-14 Spielmann vs Nimzowitsch, 1908
Karpova: The following information is from pp. 172-175 of the May-June 1908 'Wiener Schachzeitung': - The game score is incomplete. Nimzowitsch fought on and resigned on move 62 (but the complete game score is not given. The game ends at move 25 as the rest was not considered interesting ...
   Jul-15-14 Spielmann vs Alapin, 1909 (replies)
Karpova: <Nosnibor: This particular game is entered twice in the db.> Can you please post a link to the duplicate? A duplicate was not detected by the software. The similar games feature and the Opening explorer don't show a duplicate game either. I couldn't detect a duplicate also, at
   Jul-14-14 Fahrni vs Alapin, 1909 (replies)
Karpova: 35...f4?? turns a position with good winning chances into an inferior one. Alapin had seen the correct <35...g4>, but he touched the Pf5 by accident and had to move it (he annotated the game). Alapin writes that ...
   Jul-14-14 A Rohde vs Ed. Lasker, 1909
Karpova: This game is from the Congress of the East-German Chess Federation and was annotated by Edward Lasker in the 'Deutschen Schachblätter' (Nr. 1). <A. Rohde> was a pastor from Schildberg, Edward Lasker a <Cand. ing.> from Berlin. Lasker gives 14.Nc3 a <?> and calls ...
   Jul-14-14 K Schuster vs O Strobl, 1908
Karpova: Strobl, who annotated the game, mentions the strong <27.Rxf6+!> for White. The R cannot be taken (27...Kxf6 28.Qh4+ followed by 29.Rxe7+). Source: 'Wiener Schachzeitung', October 1909, pp. 338-339 No date is given, ...
   Jul-14-14 Tartakower vs Seidenstein, 1909
Karpova: This game is from a Blindfold Simul in the Vienna Amateur Chess Club. Dr. Tartakower scored +3 -2 =1. Source: 'Wiener Schachzeitung', September 1909, pages 313-314
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  perfidious: <Karpova> There are different levels and definitions of proof, come to all that.

You may recall discussions of Occam's Razor in which that poster held forth in typically simplistic, good guys vs bad guys style:

<Like I said before, the Internet is full of pure lies and absolute junk. (Viagra, spam, "you just won a billion pounds," etc.) The tough part is knowing what's real and what is not.

Ockham's Razor ... (an accepted scientific principle for hundreds of years now) ... says that - without any proof to the contrary - that the simplest explanation must be the correct one. (I.e, its all a lot of absolute, unmitigated bunk ... complete and utter nonsense ... mostly delusions of grandeur, etc.)>

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  Karpova: <perfidious>

he should start with the basics first and learn that the burden of proof is on him. And instantly refutable claims don't strengthen his position. Immediately resorting to personal attacks in order to intimidate the dissenter or destroy him in public is merely a hindrance to learning how it is done.

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  perfidious: <Karpova> It should also be noted that he appears to be in the slow reading group despite all pretensions to the contrary; for his attempts to intimidate me have come to precisely nothing--this despite all his whinging whenever he feels hard done by--which seems to be whenever he faces dissent of any kind, away from his treasured forum, whence he crushes all attempts at freedom of expression.
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  Karpova: <perfidious>

There is no way out for him. Whatever he proclaims, it is always in the end about him (he exposed all the cheaters, he is a master, he is a great chess historian, etc.).

He not only garnishes it with outrageous claims, but no one else (except for authorities he acknowledges, i. e. he himself, Soltis, some anonymous professors and chessplayers) counts - because in a discussion not the arguments and insights matter but only the persons uttering them, according to this mindset.

It's only natural that this causes people to oppose him. And now the transformation takes place: Suddenly, all of this criticism of his person becomes criticism of the matter in question (the matter itself, not his claims). Now he acts as if it was not about him but, as we could see here, about cheating for example. He acts as if he was surrounded by people who were either too blind to see a cheater when he spots one, or cheated themselves. That he, who made himself the centre of attention, is now the object of the discussion has to be hushed up. Although the others were merely genuinely interested in the subject and not naive enough to not gather more information first before judging. The result is that he manages to sabotage the discussion.

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  TheFocus: Very interesting <Karpova>. Nice assessments.
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  perfidious: <Karpova> This quote from Marco cited by you caught my attention:

<(Fame in chess is only achieved in international tournaments or - up to famous sample - by indefatigable tam-tam, i. e. blatant self-worshipping and devastating critiques of opponents.)>

Sounds like a certain <Fractious Floridian>.

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  john barleycorn: <perfidious> would you expect <Florida Fischer> to come up with something original? However, whatever his spews out here is accepted by the admins.
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  Karpova: <perfidious>

Good catch!

The quote comes from the introduction to Flamberg vs Rubinstein, 1910 - Flamberg unexpectedly won the tournament ahead of Akiva. Later that year, he lost a match to Akiva 0.5-4.5, though. But this game shows how talented Flamberg was. Still, he was relatively unknown and this induced Marco to make the quoted remark. It's not clear who he had in mind, but I'm pretty sure it must have been Tarrasch, e. g. see <chessical>'s post: Georg Marco.

While it mostly fits quite well content-wise, it was still about someone actually famous. <AJ>'s claim to fame instead merely consists of such a mention:

O. G. Urcan: <A site at which A.J. Goldsby occupies a prominent place is not a site that can ever be reliable or classy.>

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  Karpova: An off-topic discussion about plagiarism and copyright was kicked off on the Anatoly Karpov page, although with breaks - there's another bit here Anatoly Karpov and then it livened up again after the belated reply Anatoly Karpov.

The discussion didn't get too far, as several different issues were mingled and different expressions used as if they were the same. The most blatant case was <violation of copyright> and <plagiarism> which are both not necessarily connected to each other, let alone the same.

<Copyright> protects the holder of the copyright, usually the author or publisher, from others copying their work.

A <plagiarist> claims authorship of other people's work for himself.

Obviously, these two are not the same. You can plagiarise work which is not copyrighted, e. g. publish Capablanca's 'Chess Fundamentals' and claiming to be the author. If you print your own copies of Judit Polgar's 'How I beat Fischer's record' without permission, you are violating her copyright without plagiarising her.

Also thrown in, despite being irrelevant for the discussed case, was the copyright of the game score (for discussions surrounding this, see especially Dr. Lasker around 100 years ago, claiming copyright for the Janowski match (he also held it for the Schlechter match), and later Sveshnikov). A game score can hardly be plagiarised, except for when you claim to have played a game you didn't.

Why annotations to a game should not be copyrightable themselves even if the game score isn't, was not sufficiently explained and the matter merely avoided. Neither why the copyright status of a game is relevant for cases of serial plagiarism.

Again, this is not connected to the main problem, but professional chessplayers do get paid for playing chess, so even if they don't have the copyright for the games, they make money of them. But the consequences of the wrong logic applied could be absurd: In her 'Judit Polgar teaches Chess' series, Judit annotates plenty of her own games - so according to these people it would be fine for everyone to freely copy and distribute her annotations and even claim authorship. After all, she doesn't have the copyright for her own game scores, so how could he have it for her annotations then... By the way, her books are marvellous, and there are others with great annotations, which leave no doubt that annotations are independent, creative and intellectual achievements and should be protected.

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  perfidious: <Karpova> Now the <Fractious Floridian> has favoured us with an explanation why his wins are no longer being posted on CG: A J Goldsby and a post from <Appaz> at The Kibitzer's Café.

Strange indeed how a player who was no stronger than I at his peak has a clearly better record here, but I will not waste time and energy on submitting games which are replete with weak play, solely to boost my winning percentage--far more interesting to have games with stronger opposition, even with losses thrown in now and again.

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  perfidious: Fresh post which shall not last overlong at the hand of the <Prickly Pensacolan>:

<IFNB: LOL Why are you posting bullet skittles games?>

Why, indeed?

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  Karpova: <perfidious>

When you thought he already hit rock bottom, he will prove you wrong by reaching a new, deeper low. A slap in the face of everyone actually facing antisemitism.

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  Karpova: <LIFE Master AJ: haha

Actually, my record is not that accurate, as many of my losses are not here. And I don't care anymore ...

A.) My games cannot be kibitzed upon.

B.) They upload my losses, but not my wins.

In my book, DF has an axe to grind. According to a personal source - in his own chess club - he hates Jews. If this is true, it would go a long way to explain his poor treatment of this NM.>

Source: A J Goldsby

<LIFE Master AJ: And while this might seem unusual <preposterous?> to you, I will offer the following true stories, from my own life:

#1.) When I was a little boy, if a friend's parents found out that I was Jewish, they would not allow their child to play with me.

#2.) I once attended a church in Myrtle Grove as a teenager. When they learned/uncovered the fact that that I was of Jewish descent, I was told to: "Leave! And never return."

#3.) My wife's parents and grandparents found out I was Jewish, and I was banned for life; I was told that I would never be allowed in their house again. (This was one of the hardest things to comprehend, even my wife - Julie - found this behavior incomprehensible at times.)

So if you think that anti-Semitism is dead, you would be completely and wholly mistaken.>

Source: A J Goldsby

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  Karpova: Guidelines for submitting games to <>, point 3:

<We want to focus on the most instructive and interesting chess games. It is strongly preferred that one or both of the players be at least master-strength (2200 Elo).>

Source: PGN Upload Utility


<A J Goldsby> of the USA, born in 1958:

- <untitled>

- <unrated>


Nevertheless featured on <> with 100 games and a 77.5% winning percentage: A J Goldsby

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  SwitchingQuylthulg: Timeline of newly uploaded AJ games:

Oct 26, 2008: AJ has 34 wins and 10 losses (72.6%; ratio of wins to losses 3.4:1) - A J Goldsby

Aug 10, 2009: AJ has 38 wins and 10 losses (74.6%; ratio of wins to losses 3.8:1) - A J Goldsby

Aug 14, 2010: refuses to upload user-submitted losses by AJ, claiming they were "mostly internet blitz games" - chessforum (For testing purposes, I tried to submit a few classical game losses by AJ against serious opponents in serious tournaments around this time. They were never uploaded, either.)

Dec 3, 2010: AJ has 59 wins and 11 losses (79.6%; ratio of wins to losses 5.4:1) - A J Goldsby

Jul 2, 2012: AJ has 69 wins and 13 losses (79.5%; ratio of wins to losses 5.3:1) - A J Goldsby

Apr 12, 2013: AJ has 71 wins and 13 losses (79.9%; ratio of wins to losses 5.5:1) - A J Goldsby

Today: AJ is down to a miserable 71 wins and 16 losses. It's actually true that the last three AJ games that have gone up are losses, although AJ himself submitted at least one of them (A J Goldsby) and actually complained when it didn't go up fast enough ( chessforum). It's also rather curious, given the developments of August 2010, that one of the other two (A J Goldsby vs T Hamilton, 2003) is a Dos Hermanas game against a non-master. But in any case, this is clearly a development we should welcome.

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  OhioChessFan: If he isn't banned for this latest.......
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  Karpova: Thanks for the interesting and detailed account, <Switch>!

I could very well imagine that the offending game was P Ballard vs A J Goldsby, 2013.

Everything was fine as long as Golsby's win - A J Goldsby vs P Ballard, 2012 - was their only game in the database.

When the loss was also uploaded, he tried to force its deletion in typical fashion by claiming the game score was incorrect and incomplete without giving details - chessforum.

He later complained:

<LIFE Master AJ: I am going to submit my win vs. Pat Ballard from the 2013 Louisiana State Championships.

Since you posted my loss against this player, posting my win is the ONLY fair thing to do ... not posting it will reveal to the world your true intentions ... ... ... and perhaps further sully your reputation. (If this is even possible!)> chessforum

Even before that, he had reacted strongly to the game:

After someone had posted the game score, Goldsby deleted it and called Ballard <grossly inferior> and <lucky>, see Odd Lie and Patrick A Ballard.

Ballard himself had this to say about their OTB encounter:

<Pballa: [...], but there was an incident after the game that <skytzo985> posted above. AJ showed his class by refusing to shake my hand after the game, actually taking his scoresheet and hitting my hand with it.> Patrick A Ballard

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  Karpova: <OCF>

I'm sure he won't be reprimanded.

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  perfidious: The <Fractious Floridian> does not get banned, though it is possible his 'persecutors' might in some situations.
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  WCC Editing Project:


In case you didn't see this yet:

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  Karpova: <Jess>

Thank you! I have already seen it. A good article with some interesting information.

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  WCC Editing Project:


Apologies, but I just wrote a lengthy reply to your last email about your idea regarding the <Bistro>.

I just now found that I didn't send it!

I'll rewrite my reply after work today.

Good grief...

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  WCC Editing Project:

Congratulations, and thank you, on your Beta testing!

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  WCC Editing Project:


In case you secretly wanted to see this- it has a beautiful finish:

[Event "Baltic Clubs Cup"]
[Site "Riga"]
[Date "1971.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[Result "1-0"]
[White "Mikhail Tal"]
[Black "Andres Vooremaa"]
[ECO "E08"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "?"]

1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 Nf6 4.g3 Be7 5.Bg2 0-0 6.0-0 c6 7.b3 Nbd7 8.Qc2 b6 9.Nc3 Ba6 10.Rd1 Rc8 11.Bb2 b5 12.c5 b4 13.Na4 Bb5 14.a3 a5 15.Ne1 Qc7 16.axb4 axb4 17.Nd3 Bxd3 18.Qxd3 Ra8 19.Bc1 e5 20.dxe5 Nxe5 21.Qd4 Nfd7 22.Bf4 Bf6 23.Qxb4 Rab8 24.Qa3 Rb5 25.e4 dxe4 26.Nc3 Rxc5 27.Nxe4 Rc2 28.Bh3 Nf3+ 29.Kg2 Nde5 30.Rd7 Qb8 31.Bf5 Re2 32.Nxf6 gxf6 33.Kf1 Qb5 34.Qxf8

Khalifman et al, "Mikhail Tal - 8th World Champion" (PC-CD)

"The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal," p.11

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  Karpova: <Jess>

Thanks! The finish is really nice!

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