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   thegoodanarchist has kibitzed 18287 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-19 Carlsen vs Shirov, 2019 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: Mozart of chess strikes again!
   Oct-19-19 B Sadiku vs S Soors, 2015 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: <I hate poker: Easiest saturday puzzle ever.> I agree.
   Oct-19-19 Steinitz vs Gunsberg, 1890
thegoodanarchist: Anyway, this was MY PUN! That's right, peons! I MADE THIS PUN! Muahahahahaha!
   Oct-18-19 D A Yeager vs Stripunsky, 2008 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: <keypusher: <thegoodanarchist> 1. His endless, repetitive bitching about puns is well known to all, including you. 2. I think you may have missed a few of his posts on this page.> Hi Scott, and thank you for your reply. In my opinion, you are one of the most ...
   Oct-14-19 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: After his hot start at the 2018 Candidates', I was hoping to see Kramnik take the tournament and play Carlsen for the title. IIRC, this game, in which VK obtained a decisive advantage, only to blunder it away, was the beginning of his self-destruction. For me, it is still ...
   Oct-14-19 playground player chessforum (replies)
thegoodanarchist: Same reason Kurt Cobain isn't making any new records...
   Oct-13-19 Kholmov vs Hort, 1967 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: In honor of Scott Weiland, the late great singer from Stone Temple Pilots, the pun could be <Flies in The Vlastimil>
   Oct-12-19 Diademas chessforum
thegoodanarchist: <<[...] and Diademas. These godless liberal mutherfvckers [...] hypocrite asswipes> I am revered and respected in this community.> Yes, you are Dia D. Emas! You own a mansion and a yacht!
   Oct-12-19 M Yilmazyerli vs B Sadiku, 2017 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: This is one of them thar "Sadiku" puzzles.
   Oct-12-19 Fischer vs C Kalme, 1958 (replies)
thegoodanarchist: Hey <morf>, calm down! ;) Actually, I agree with you - the "pun" stinks.
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Jul-10-19  morfishine: <thegoodanarchist> Yeah, I let my premium membership expire, I took a hard look at everything and I hardly use any of the features anymore, not like before when I was dedicated, working on my game. Maybe I'll re-up in the future
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  thegoodanarchist: <I took a hard look at everything and I hardly use any of the features anymore, not like before when I was dedicated, working on my game.>

Well, I can understand that. If one is using premium membership to work on his game, maybe <CW> is getting more value out of it than you ;)

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  Count Wedgemore: Yeah, I feel I'm getting some value out of it, for sure. Perhaps the two premium membership features I find most useful and fun are the Opening Explorer and Guess-The-Move. When watching a live game, I find it very interesting to check with the OE to see how often this and that move has been played before, and how well White/Black has scored, etc. I do think the database should have been even larger, though. The current amount of games in the database is 919,000 games, which sounds like a lot, but it really isn't.

And I love playing Guess-The-Move! It's a lot of fun, but also very instructive. I often play it a little right before going to bed.

<If one is using premium membership to work on his game, maybe <CW> is getting more value out of it than you ;)>

Well, I think I'm getting too old to really think that I can improve :) My best playing days are well behind me, that's the hard truth..

Jul-12-19  morfishine: Hey, Guess-The-Move is a really good feature, no doubt
Jul-18-19  morfishine: Good evening <thegoodanarchist> Thank you for dropping by our game over at <Count Wedgemore>'s forum. I like playing these slow type games, its what chess is for, you know, to be long as its not too slow
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  thegoodanarchist: Posting guideline 2: No duplicate posts!
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  thegoodanarchist: No duplicate posts?
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  thegoodanarchist: No duplicate posts!
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  thegoodanarchist: No, duplicate posts.
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  OhioChessFan: I can't figure out when it's pronounced "duplicate" and when it's pronounced "duplicate".
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  thegoodanarchist: Hi <OCF>. I think pronunciation depends on if it is acting as a verb or a gerundimo
Jul-25-19  morfishine: Check this out:
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  thegoodanarchist: @<morf> Very cool!

Actually, it is quite dorky, but I still like it.

Aug-05-19  morfishine: Not sure what you mean by "dorky". Is it because this is the night fighter version? Yeah, with the tandem seats and FuG-218 Neptun long-wavelength radar plus the Naxos centimetric-radar-homing gear, it doesn't have the same sleak lines as the single seat fighter version
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  thegoodanarchist: <morfishine: Not sure what you mean by "dorky".>

That is a website of a grown man who plays with model airplanes. That's dorky.

Aug-08-19  morfishine: Good afternoon <thegoodanarchist> I see what you mean by 'dorky'

In defense of these "dorks", these are professional modelers who build models to 'spec' and for a commission.

Its incredible how much detail goes into a professional model. Whether it be markings, camouflage, variation, paint schemes, weathering, etc., its truly incredible what these modelers produce

Even if they are dorks

Sep-03-19  morfishine:
Sep-03-19  morfishine:
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  thegoodanarchist: Thanks <morf>. Two of the most beautiful planes ever made. IMO the 262 is THE most beautiful.
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  thegoodanarchist: Marshall vs Tarrasch, 1905
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  thegoodanarchist: G Oparin vs S Sevian, 2019
Sep-28-19  morfishine: Here's a fully restored ME-262 thats ready for flight testing:


Oct-05-19  morfishine: Yuh know, <thegoodanarchist> The Russian Yak-3 was a bad arse airplane:

Nice lines

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  thegoodanarchist: I prefer the Mustang! To each, his own, I suppose
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  thegoodanarchist: Steinitz vs Gunsberg, 1890
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