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MissScarlett
Member since Jun-14-14
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   MissScarlett has kibitzed 5592 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-24-17 Richard Taylor chessforum
 
MissScarlett: What evidence is there that the drowning of James Rodney Phillips was suicide?
 
   Jun-24-17 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <Have you got a RANGERS top ?> I regard the phenomenon of middle-aged men wearing sporting apparel to be a regrettable one.
 
   Jun-24-17 Peter Jonathan Winston
 
MissScarlett: Re. http://tartajubow.blogspot.co.uk/20... This blog piece on Winston, although later updated, doesn't inspire confidence. Is there any truth to the claim that <Arpad Elo, the FIDE Ratings Administrator, felt that it was statistically virtually impossible for a rated chess ...
 
   Jun-24-17 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <If anyone runs SCID and is interested...> No-one?
 
   Jun-24-17 P J Winston vs Miles, 1974
 
MissScarlett: Gane was drawn, as reported by the <Des Moines Register>, August 8th 1974, p.2. They played again in the finals stage: P J Winston vs Miles, 1974
 
   Jun-23-17 Capablanca vs A T Leise, 1926
 
MissScarlett: Game was conducted by telephone - Leise was housebound. <His was the last game to be finished, and, although he eventually lost, his play throughout was of a high order. Finally, when Capablanca, after finishing his other games, sat down in front of the telephone about 2 ...
 
   Jun-23-17 Johann Nepomuk Berger
 
MissScarlett: The Falkirk Herald and Midland Counties Journal, May 10th 1899, p.8: <Prof. J. Berger's Annual issued shows Great Britain is the leading chess nation, in regard to number of existing clubs, etc. In Britain, according to this report, there are 2 periodicals, 132 chess ...
 
   Jun-22-17 Lasker vs F O Ballard, 1901 (replies)
 
MissScarlett: I'm saying there are two Ballards.
 
   Jun-22-17 Igor Smirnov (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <Please observe our posting guidelines: No spamming, advertising, or duplicating posts.>
 
   Jun-22-17 John Edmund Hall (replies)
 
MissScarlett: So this is the Hall of Bradford, trailed to compete in Amsterdam (1889) but didn't show.
 
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May-19-17
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  OhioChessFan: Das Boot is a must see. I guess it's the German thing, but many people have not heard of it, much less seen it.
May-19-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. I was told it was a great film so I expected more. It was a let down.
May-19-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  technical draw: Wait a minute! This is <MissScarlett>'s forum. I don't think I've ever posted here. Anyway, greetings Miss. I hope all is fine with you. Signed, TD.
May-19-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  zanzibar: Beware voyagers - this is the land of the prematurely dead.

.

May-31-17
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  harrylime: Yo <SCAZZO> !

Ok I'm taking ages re our nautical adventure together .. my apologies.

I've been too busy losing whatever respect and credibility I had left on this site in the good ole cafe lol lol .. My bad ..

Anyways captain Scarlett, back to this beautiful blue list of mine, shimmering in the deep chessgames forums seas....

NUMBER THREE !

<The Enemy Below>

Ofcourse I would try to squeeze my beloved Robert in here somewhere .. you knew that didn't you? So here he is. Involved in a high seas WWII game of chess with Curt Jurgens; each the equal of each other , each cancelling each other out , each worshipped by their crews and each eventually falling in love over mutual military respect and regard...

I've not seen it for ages so can't go into any more details.. I think it's the first time I came into contact with Mitch on the big screen as a kid.. .. it seemed he could chase out the Nazis on his own such was his aura lol lol

NUMBER FOUR

<The Caine Mutiny>

Again not seen this for ages, but Bogies' portrayal of a sea captain having a breakdown in front of his crew left an indelible impression on me ..

I remember at the time as a kid watching this Bogart's Captain Queeg seemed the "baddie" to me .. but now I'd probably be thinking the opposite, and his crew let him down.Mind you, some of Queegs' antics, regarding investigations in to strawberries in pots ect .. do remind me of some folk on this site lol

Bogart involved in a movie on the high seas was a rare thing in the movies I think, tho I've not really checked this out. So it's fitting he's at my number four.

May-31-17
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  harrylime: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. I was told it was a great film so I expected more. It was a let down.>

It was a let down coz you're nearly 70 and are still clueless ...

You knob .

May-31-17
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  harrylime: <zanzibar: Beware voyagers - this is the land of the prematurely dead.>

Where you stick ya BIG DICK huh ?

lol

I thought ZANZIBAR was in TANZANIA anyway ?

Do you wanna fook off there ?

May-31-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: What a sweet talker. You really are a hopeless romantic.
May-31-17
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  harrylime: <OhioChessFan: What a sweet talker. You really are a hopeless romantic.>

OH - HI - HO

I'm taking it you have ZERO input on this page apart from this ??!

lol lol

Geeeeeez ...

Thank heavens for all the great posters on this site ..

Jun-01-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  diceman: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. >

The only "boot" I've seen floating,
was in the Hudson river.

Jun-01-17
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  zanzibar: <HarryBerry> you're the pants, again!

Just remember though, the pants go on the bottom, with the brown patch in the back.

Jun-02-17
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  harrylime: <zanzibar: <HarryBerry> you're the pants, again! Just remember though, the pants go on the bottom, with the brown patch in the back.>

<ZANZIBAR>

is a

Chocolate Bar in Indonesia.

An Island off the east coast of Africa part of Tanzania and was GERMAN EAST AFRICA.

A name for an island derived from the Persian <ZANG-BAR> ... meaning BLACK COAST.

After Vasco De Gama a jewel in the Portugeuese empire.

The Sultans swing ..

Or the username of some nobody on a chessforum .

lol lol lol

Jun-02-17
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  harrylime: <diceman: <technical draw: <OCF> . I've seen Das Boot in German and didn't think to much about it. > The only "boot" I've seen floating,
was in the Hudson river.>

<Diceman> I thought you knew ?

<TECHNICAL DRAW> is actually so old he's mutated into a ghost on these pages ..

That boot in the Hudson you saw was the real <Technical Draw> ...

Jun-05-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  diceman: <OhioChessFan: Das Boot is a must see. I guess it's the German thing, but many people have not heard of it, much less seen it.>

Was on TV this weekend.
Looked like it was 4 or 5 hours long!
(Director's Cut)

("Gone With the Wind" on a boat)

Didnt have time to watch it.

Jun-05-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  MissScarlett: Problem with German war films is they always end up on the losing side.
Jun-08-17
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  harrylime: <MissScarlett: Problem with German war films is they always end up on the losing side.>

No they don't .

Jun-08-17
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  MissScarlett: OK, there's <Waterloo> with Rod Steiger, I grant you.
Jun-08-17
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  harrylime: That was the PRUSSIANS ..
Jun-08-17
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  harrylime: Fn ELL !

lol

There's more life in Russ Abbots' Chrissy panto than this place lol lol lol

Geeeez ! lol lol lol

Jun-08-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  MissScarlett: Germans didn't just materialise in 1870!
Jun-09-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  jessicafischerqueen:

Good point. I believe this history video does a good job of explaining how and when the Germans actually did materialize:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfl...

Jun-10-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  harrylime: <MissScarlett: Germans didn't just materialise in 1870!>

lol

Who said they did ??

You mentioned WATERLOO ...

That was in 1815 ... The PRUSSIANS were there ... in 1815 ..

The Germans were not.

Jun-11-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  MissScarlett: The Prussians were Germans. What part of set theory don't you get? Point being, Germans can only win wars when us Brits are on their side, which, until the rather unfortunate experience of the 20th century, we usually were.
Jun-11-17
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  jessicafischerqueen:

Are you suggesting the Russians were really Ermans?

Intriguing.

Jun-12-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  harrylime: PRUSSIANS are NOT GERMANS !

End of lol lol

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