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   Stonehenge has kibitzed 5984 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-19 A Giri vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
Stonehenge: A game with 17. Nd2: [Event "Eurasia Open Cup"] [Site "Yekaterinburg RUS"] [Date "2018.08.09"] [Round "8"] [White "Sorokin, Aleksey"] [Black "Fakhrutdinov, Timur"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [WhiteElo "2519"] [BlackElo "2463"] 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.g3 ...
   Jan-18-19 Anand vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2019 (replies)
Stonehenge: Yes, something new but it looks like Nepo is still in his preparation.
   Jan-18-19 Biographer Bistro
Stonehenge: Sorry, I logged off shortly after I posted. Thanks to you guys. So Chessbase has the right dates. I will enter them later today.
   Jan-17-19 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Stonehenge: The gid of C Ali Marandi vs F Kaleoglu, 2011 is 169<2122>.
   Jan-17-19 Gerry McCarthy (replies)
Stonehenge: Rest in Peace Domdaniel I'm sure you're (with) Stardust now.
   Jan-16-19 Valeriane Gaprindashvili (replies)
Stonehenge: I'm not sure either. I've deleted that bit, to be on the safe side.
   Jan-15-19 Jacobo Bolbochan vs Najdorf, 1945
Stonehenge: has time 0-1
   Jan-15-19 Mamedyarov vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2019 (replies)
Stonehenge: 14. Bb2 = G Ilivitsky vs L Shamkovich, 1954
   Jan-12-19 S Shankland vs Mamedyarov, 2019 (replies)
Stonehenge: Wijk ann Zee should be Wijk <aan> Zee :)
   Jan-12-19 Ivan Golubev
Stonehenge: Photo (on the far left): He may be the unidentified figure in C.N. 11173 .
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  Penguincw: (I'll try to be quiet, but if you delete this post, I hope you read it first)

Hi <Stonehenge>. Nice to see you've opened up your forum.

Also, thanks for letting us all know what happened to Daniel Freeman. Much appreciated, and R.I.P. to him.

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  Stonehenge: Thank you. User: sargon (Lee Cummings) asked for my help to write a statement. I called him on Friday but he was too overwhelmed. I waited until Monday and then I asked him if I could go ahead because people were getting impatient.

English is not my native language so I hope I didn't make too many mistakes. I was worried that some kibitzers would not behave themselves and unfortunately I was right.

Some people should be banned from this site.

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  Check It Out: Stonehenge, your words were well received and well said, thank you. It is difficult news to pass along.
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  Annie K.: <Stonehenge> Thank you so much for handling this.

I have been in touch with Alisa and Kevin, but I would rather let Lee decide if he wants to contact me, so I haven't spoken with him yet.

BTW, I'm not sure Lee even knows he should be reading the support forum, so if you could please direct him that way?

I'm not sure what role you have in things, but thanks for caring.

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  Annie K.: Thanks very much.

It would be fine if you were immodest for more than a moment. :) Things still seem rather disorganized on the Florida front, so I'd like to fill in any gaps in my who's-who knowledge, in case it will be needed.

Lee also needs to contact Wieslaw, Chris, and Stu, if he hadn't yet.

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  morfishine: <Stonehenge> Dear sir, thank you for handling this as best you can. Do you know if any information will be released here at <CG> regarding funeral arrangements, viewing, remembrance website created, obituary, etc.? I haven't found a single item yet after searching South Florida sources all week. Thanks, best, morf
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  thegoodanarchist: chessforum (kibitz #30011)

<Stonehenge: <Sargon>

very good post, thank you.

This is my last post on CG, time for me to move on.

Good luck to everyone!>

Sorry to see you go, <Stone>

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  Penguincw: Hi <Stonehenge>. Welcome back to premium land!
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  Stonehenge: Thanks Penguin :)
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