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Lonnie Lurko
Member since Jan-10-10
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   Lonnie Lurko has kibitzed 74 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-21-14 Ian Duncan Wells
Lonnie Lurko: <Paying tribute to a dead man while simultaneously ripping off his notes is a little on the tasteless side> Strictly speaking of course it wasn't Wells' annotations that were ripped off, but annotations in CHESS that were adapted (with proper attribution) from comments by
   Jun-28-14 P H Nielsen vs T Hillarp Persson, 1998 (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: Putting your own pieces into a fork: try Miles vs Nunn, 1976 http://streathambrixtonchess.blogsp...
   May-29-14 Anatoly Karpov (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: It's beyond silly to claim that notes to a chess game become "part" of that game and are somehow not subject to the same rules of copyright as any other journalism. One might as well claim that a review of a concert is part of that concert or that a description of a painting is
   May-10-14 Nimzowitsch vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: <ray keene: I wrote the notes to this game> No, Ray, you didn't. The variations are taken in their entirety from Tartakower and du Mont. The only commentary you wrote is the note to the very first move, and that (as with the rest of the text) is copied from the 1999 ...
   Apr-16-14 Kasparov vs Petrosian, 1981 (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: <artemis: In Volume 3 of OMGP, Kasparov gives this game with Petrosian as an example of a lesson he had learned from the ex world champion. Here are some of his comments on various moves..... 33. Bb4? Strangely enough, this natural move, building up the pressure is a ...
   Apr-13-14 E Berg vs Topalov, 2008
Lonnie Lurko: I doubt that GM Keene is any position to complain on that score.
   Feb-01-14 Karpova chessforum (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: <I have 500,000,000 chess books and magazines> Come again?
   Jan-23-14 Miles vs Spassky, 1978 (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: <Notes by Raymond Keene, with excerpts from Jan Timman, and Tony Miles> I'm curious to know what's Keene, and what's Miles or Timman - as well as where Miles and Timman wrote. The Keene notes appear to derive from The Spectator of 30 November 2002 (not currently available
   Jan-21-14 Keene vs M Stean, 1973
Lonnie Lurko: <Send a private email to the admins if you have concerns over this.> It's not a private matter.
   Jan-13-14 chessforum (replies)
Lonnie Lurko: <so a comment on that particular issue may be forthcoming shortly.> And where would we look for that? (I ask because obviously that wouldn't go to the Chess Café.)
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