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Member since Apr-09-05 · Last seen Sep-01-14
Sinquefield Cup Moves Prediction Contest

<Main Focus>: Predicting how many moves in a game for each pairing.

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Sinquefield Cup (2014)

Official site:

Tournament live games:

Live games with Rybka analysis (Not active for Tata): http://www.chessok.com/?page_id=139

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Last Tournament Results: Tata Steel 2014

<Karposian> Tat14:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)

<juan31> Tat14:StdMvRnk(1t) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(2t)

<SwitchingQuylthulg> Tat14:StdMvRnk(1t) + 1stRanker(2t)

<Golden Executive> Tat14:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(1)

<WinKing> Tat14:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)

<Penguincw> Tat14:BonusRnk(2)

<chessmoron> Tat14:BonusRnk(3)

<NakoSonorense> Tat14:1stRanker(3t)

<Format>:

[player]-[player] [result] [# of MOVES]

==4 Different Scoring Methods==

Standard Moves Ranker (1st place-Over[3pts], 1st place-Under [7pts], Exact [10pts])

Bonus Ranker (3rd place-Over[1pts],2nd place-Over[2pts],3rd place-Under [5pts], 2nd place-Under [6pts]

Standard Moves/Bonus Ranker [Add all to together]

1st place Ranker [how many 1st place you have in Standard Moves Ranker]

For example:

<Note: Participants 3, 4, and 5 are predicated on nobody scoring an exact as Participant 2 did. If someone hits an exact, the closest score under and over will score the points for second place.>

Actual Game: [player]-[player] 0-1 45

Participant 1: [player]-[player] 1/2 45
Participant 2: [player]-[player] 0-1 45
Participant 3: [player]-[player] 0-1 44
Participant 4: [player]-[player] 0-1 43
Participant 5: [player]-[player] 0-1 46

Participant 1: No points even though 45 is correct. Results must be correct. If Result is wrong and moves # is correct...you get no points whatsoever

Participant 2: 10 pts rewarded for correct Result/moves #

Participant 3: 7 pts rewarded for closest under (1st-Under) to 45 moves

Participant 4: 6 pts rewarded for the 2nd closest under (2nd-Under) to 45 moves.

Participant 5: 3 pts rewarded closest OVER(1st-OVER) to 45 moves.

Again, the description of Participant 3, 4, and 5 are based on there being no exact prediction as made by Participant 2.

<IF> there is an exact or an under closest, the highest scoring over participant will be 2nd over. The second closest over will be 3rd over. The <ONLY> time there will be a first over is if there is no exact or under winner.

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OhioChessFan: Siegbert Tarrasch (born Mar-05-1862) < A Lasker-Tarrasch World Championship Match (1908) eventually happened, but by then Tarrasch was nearly fifty years old, > Tarrasch was 47. I don't think that qualifes as "nearly fifty".
 
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OhioChessFan: There's not many players today you can count on to respond to 1. e4 with either e5 or e6.
 
   Sep-01-14 OhioChessFan chessforum (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: I tried to take it in character as Elvis. The drug situation was hard to work around, but I muddled through and came up with: Generalized Anxiety Disorder 86% You can never seem to calm down and always feel anxious for unknown reasons. You tend to not be able to concentrate ...
 
   Sep-01-14 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: <Cfl: What is your experience with opening memorization?> The primary reason(along with zero visualization skills) I have never been able to get serious about chess.
 
   Sep-01-14 Smyslov vs Denker, 1996
 
OhioChessFan: Uhlmann vs Korchnoi, 2014 79+83 = 162!
 
   Sep-01-14 M Willich vs P Fink, 2004 (replies)
 
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   Sep-01-14 Smyslov vs Seirawan, 1994 (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: I got to looking at his bio and this nice game was the last win listed, 7 years after this draw against Yaz. Smyslov vs A Galliamova, 2001
 
   Sep-01-14 Stockfish Nakamura Match (2014) (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: <bob: I wouldn't define the break even odds like that but rather at what point is the expected outcome close to even. In that case, I would think if Naka went in with goal of drawing every game, that with these odds he would have been able to do that.> Easily, I think. Or
 
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Moves Prediction Contest

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Aug-31-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: Games have started.
Aug-31-14  chessmoron: K Sinquefield 2014: <Round 5> Result K

<Aronian-Carlsen, 0-1 in 70 moves.>

Exact, 10 points: []
Under, 7 points: [['Robin01', '0-1', '40']]
2nd Under, 6 points: []
3rd Under, 5 points: []
Over, 3 points: []
2nd Over, 2 points: []
3rd Over, 1 point1: []

===

<Nakamura-Caruana, 0-1 in 67 moves.>--No one got it!

===

<Topalov-Vachier Lagrave, 1-0 in 41 moves.>

Exact, 10 points: []
Under, 7 points: [['Robin01', '1-0', '36']]
2nd Under, 6 points: [['Penguincw', '1-0', '30']]
3rd Under, 5 points: []
Over, 3 points: []
2nd Over, 2 points: [['lostemperor', '1-0', '44']]
3rd Over, 1 point1: [['chessmoron', '1-0', '45']]

Aug-31-14  chessmoron: Round 5 Summary:

Perfect # moves predictions for this round goes to:

NONE

Highest scores in the Bonus Ranker: 6 points: <Penguincw>

Results:

Moves Ranker - Through <Round 5>

Score, UserID, Over, Under, Exact

14, Karposian, 0, 2, 0
14, Robin01, 0, 2, 0
10, WinKing, 0, 0, 1
7, SirRuthless, 0, 1, 0
7, SwitchingQuylthulg, 0, 1, 0
6, Beholder, 2, 0, 0
3, blade2012, 1, 0, 0
3, chessmoron, 1, 0, 0
3, OhioChessFan, 1, 0, 0
3, Penguincw, 1, 0, 0
0, Golden Executive, 0, 0, 0
0, juan31, 0, 0, 0
0, lostemperor, 0, 0, 0
0, moulicules, 0, 0, 0
0, wordfunph, 0, 0, 0

===

Bonus Ranker - Through <Round 5>

Score, UserID, 3-Over, 2-Over, 3-Under, 2-Under

16, juan31, 1, 2, 1, 1
13, Golden Executive, 2, 0, 1, 1
13, Penguincw, 0, 1, 1, 1
11, Beholder, 0, 0, 1, 1
10, SwitchingQuylthulg, 2, 1, 0, 1
7, chessmoron, 1, 0, 0, 1
7, WinKing, 0, 1, 1, 0
2, lostemperor, 0, 1, 0, 0
2, Robin01, 0, 1, 0, 0
2, SirRuthless, 0, 1, 0, 0
1, wordfunph, 1, 0, 0, 0
0, blade2012, 0, 0, 0
0, moulicules, 0, 0, 0
0, OhioChessFan, 0, 0, 0

===

Moves+Bonus Ranker - Through <Round 5>

Score, UserID

17, WinKing
17, Beholder
17, SwitchingQuylthulg
16, juan31
16, Penguincw
16, Robin01
14, Karposian
13, Golden Executive
10, chessmoron
9, SirRuthless
3, blade2012
3, OhioChessFan
2, lostemperor
1, wordfunph
0, moulicules

===

Moves Ranker (# of 1st place UNDER/OVER) - Through <Round 5>

Score,UserID

2, Beholder
2, Karposian
2, Robin01
1, blade2012
1, chessmoron
1, OhioChessFan
1, Penguincw
1, SirRuthless
1, SwitchingQuylthulg
1, WinKing
0, Golden Executive
0, juan31
0, lostemperor
0, moulicules
0, wordfunph

Aug-31-14  Penguincw: Hehe. 4/4 now in a difficult tournament.

Round 6:

Nakamura - Aronian 1/2-1/2 38
Caruana - Topalov 1/2-1/2 38
Carlsen - Vachier Lagrave 1/2-1/2 38

Aug-31-14  moulicules: Round 6:
Nakamura - Aronian 1/2 44
Caruana - Topalov 1-0 46
Carlsen - Vachier Lagrave 1-0 57
Aug-31-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karposian: <Penguincw: Hehe. 4/4 now in a difficult tournament.>

Yeah, indeed a difficult tournament. Particularly when someone screws up and hard earned points are not being counted.

Aug-31-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karposian: Round 6:

Nakamura - Aronian 1/2 45
Caruana - Topalov 1/2 45
Carlsen - Vachier Lagrave 1/2 45

Aug-31-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: K Round 5 Recap K

Another dismal effort. A grand total of 5 people scored points. The excitement off the field of play is far more than on the field. The tournament is wide open. Can someone step up and take command? 5 rounds to go.

Aug-31-14  chessmoron: Tomorrow is finally a rest day.
Sep-01-14  Beholder: Round 6:
Nakamura - Aronian 1/2 33
Caruana - Topalov 1-0 41
Carlsen - Vachier Lagrave 1/2 29
Sep-01-14  Penguincw: K REST DAY ENTERTAINMENT K

For your rest day "entertainment", please read the following posts:

Hi <chessmoron>. I've done the research, and here is a list of medal winners from the past. Simply copy and paste and add the curly brackets. Also, please read the list of notes provided on the 3rd page.

K21N20B9 <chessmoron> Cor09:StdMvRnk(2t) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Lin09:BonusRnk(2)//PSpr09:BonusRn- k(2)//Tal09:StdMvRnk(1) + 1stRanker(2t)//Lin10:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(2t)//Pearl10:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat11:BonusRnk(1)//Baz11:BonusRnk- (1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)//Dor11:StdMvRnk(3) + BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Bilb11:1stRanker(1t)//Tal11:StdMv- Rnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1)//LCC11:StdMvRnk(1t) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat12:BonusRnk(1t)//Dor12:StdMvRn- k(1) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Biel12:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(2t)//Bil12:StdMvRnk(3) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat13:BonusRnk(2t)//Cand13:StdMvR- nk(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tal13:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Dor13:StdMvRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tat14:BonusRnk(3)//WCC14:BonusRnk- (1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)

K13N5B18 <OhioChessFan> Cor09:StdMvRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Dor09:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//PSpr09:BonusRnk(3)//Cor10:BonusRn- k(1)//Lin10:StdMvRnk(3)//Pearl10:StdMvRnk(3) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tat11:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)//Tal11:BonusRnk(3)//LCC11:StdMvRnk(- 3t)//Tat12:1stRanker(2t)//Biel12:BonusRnk(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Bil12:1stRanker(3t)//Tat13:BonusR- nk(2t)//Cand13:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Nor13:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)//Tal13:StdMv/Bonus(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Dor13:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)//Dor14:StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)

K12N4B10 <wordfunph> Dor09:BonusRnk(1)//Cor10:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(2t)//Pearl10:BonusRnk(3)//Baz11:StdMvR- nk(3t) + 1stRanker(2t)//Dor11:BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tal11:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)//LCC11:BonusRnk(3)//Biel12:StdMvR- nk(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Bil12:1stRanker(3t)//Cand13:Bonus- Rnk(3t)//Tal13:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Dor13:StdMvRnk(1) + 1stRanker(1)//WCC14:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Rnk(1) + 1stRanker(1)

K10B11N12B <lostemperor> Dor09:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tal09:BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(3)//Cor10:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Lin10:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(3)//Tat12:StdMvRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(2t)//Bil12:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Nor13:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3)//Tal13:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)//Dor13:BonusRnk(3t) + StdMv/Bonus(3t)//WCC14:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Nor14:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Dor14:StdMvRnk(3) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(2t)

K1057B <Robin01> Lin09:BonusRnk(3)//Dor09:1stRanker(3t)//Pearl10:- StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Baz11:StdMvRnk(3t) + 1stRanker(2t)//Dor11:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1t) + 1stRanker(1)//Tat12:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)//Dor12:BonusRnk(2)//Bil12:StdMvRnk(- 3) + 1stRanker(2t)//Cand13:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)//Dor13:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3t)//Nor14:1stRanker(3t)//Dor14:1stR- anker(3t)

K8N2B4 <SwitchingQuylthulg> Baz11:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat13:StdMvRnk(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Cand13:1stRanker(3t)//Tal13:1stRa- nker(3t)//Tat14:StdMvRnk(1t) + 1stRanker(2t)//Nor14:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Dor14:BonusRnk(1)

K7N18B10 <WinKing> Tat11:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(3t)//Dor11:1stRanker(3t)//Bilb11:Bonus- Rnk(2t)//Tal11:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(2)//Tat12:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(2t)//Dor12:StdMvRnk(2) + BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Biel12:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(3t) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Bil12:BonusRnk(1)//Tat13:StdMvRnk- (2t) + 1stRanker(3)//Cand13:BonusRnk(2)//Tal13:BonusRnk- (3)//Dor13:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(2)//Tat14:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//WCC14:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(2)//Nor14:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Dor14:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(2t)

K6N5B5 <NakoSonorense> Cor09:BonusRnk(3)//Lin09:StdMvRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Cor10:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(2t)//Bilb11:StdMvRnk(1) + BonusRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat13:BonusRnk(3) + StdMvRnk(1)//Dor13:1stRanker(3t)//Tat14:1stRanke- r(3t) + 1stRanker(2t)

Sep-01-14  Penguincw: (continued)

K5N7B10 <Golden Executive> Baz11:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Bilb11:StdMvRnk(2t) + BonusRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(3)//Tal11:BonusRnk(2)//LCC11:StdMv/B- onus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tat12:BonusRnk(1t) + StdMv/Bonus(3)//Biel12:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Bil12:1stRanker(3t)//Nor13:BonusR- nk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)//Tat14:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(1)//WCC14:BonusRnk(2)//Dor14:1stRanker- (3t)

K5N5B8 <Penguincw> LCC11:StdMvRnk(1t) + BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat12:BonusRnk(2)//Biel12:StdMvRn- k(3) + 1stRanker(2t)//Bil12:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat13:StdMvRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(2)//Cand13:BonusRnk(3t)//Tat14:BonusRn- k(2)//WCC14:1stRanker(3t)//Nor14:1stRanker(3t)//-
Dor14:BonusRnk(3)

K4N5B5 <SloVice> PSpr09:BonusRnk(1)//Pearl10:1stRanker(3t)//Tat11- :1stRanker(3t)//Baz11:1stRanker(3t)//Dor11:StdMv-
Rnk(2) + 1stRanker(2)//Bilb11:StdMvRnk(2t) + BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Tat12:1stRanker(1t)//Cand13:StdMv- Rnk(3) + 1stRanker(2)//Dor13:BonusRnk(3t)

K4N2B3 <imag> Cor09:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1t)//Lin09:StdMvRnk(1) + 1stRanker(1t)//Dor09:BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Lin09:1stRanker(2t)

K3N4B5 <Ragh> Cor09:BonusRnk(1)//PSpr09:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(2)//Tat11:StdMvRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(2)//Baz11:1stRanker(1t)//Dor11:1stRank- er(3t)//Tal11:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3)//Dor12:1stRanker(2t)

K3N0B1 <just a kid> Dor09:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)//Lin10:BonusRnk(3)

K2N5B5 <PinnedPiece> Baz11:BonusRnk(3)//Dor11:BonusRnk(2)//Dor12:StdM- vRnk(3) + BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(2t)//Nor13:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3)//Tal13:1stRanker(2)//Dor14:StdMvRnk- (1) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1)

K2N5B5 <twinlark> Dor11:1stRanker(3t)//Bilb11:StdMvRnk(2t)//Dor12:- 1stRanker(3t)//Tat13:StdMvRnk(2t) + 1stRanker(1t)//Cand13:StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)//Nor13:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(2)//Tal13:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3t) + 1stRanker(1t)

K2N3B4 <chancho> Lin09:StdMvRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tal09:BonusRnk(2)//Cor10:StdMvRnk- (1) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(1t)//Baz11:1stRanker(3t)//Dor11:1stRan- ker(3t)

K2N2B1 <Where is my mind> Dor09:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(3t) + 1stRanker(2)//Tal09:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)

K2N1B3 <Karposian> Tat14:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)//Nor14:StdMvRnk(3) + BonusRnk(3) + 1stRanker(2t)//Dor14:1stRanker(3t)

K2N1B0 <jameskobe> PSpr09:StdMvRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)

K2N0B4 <DCP23> Lin09:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(3t)//PSpr09:StdMvRnk(3t) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(3t)

K1N2B0 <juan31> Tat14:StdMvRnk(1t) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(2t)

K1N2B0 <Thorski> Tal09:StdMvRnk(2t) + StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1)

K1N1B1 <moulicules> Tat13:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)//Nor14:1stRanker(3t)

K1N1B0 <amadeus> Pearl10:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(3)

K0N2B0 <HeMateMe> LCC11:StdMvRnk(2) + 1stRanker(2)

K0N2B0 <offramp> Tal09:StdMvRnk(2t) + 1stRanker(2t)

K0N2B0 <jessicafischerqueen> Tat11:BonusRnk(2) + StdMv/Bonus(2)

K0N1B1 <kolobok> Cor10:BonusRnk(3)//Lin10:BonusRnk(2)

K0N1B0 <Barok Espinosa> Bil12:1stRanker(2t)

K0N0B5 <bubuli55> LCC11:StdMvRnk(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)//Tat12:1stRanker(3)//Dor12:1stRank- er(3t)//Biel12:1stRanker(3t)

K0N0B2 <rogge> PSpr09:StdMvRnk(3t) + 1stRanker(3t)

K0N0B1 <kellmano> Dor09:1stRanker(3t)

K0N0B1 <whiteshark> Tal13:1stRanker(3t)

Sep-01-14  Penguincw: K NOTES K

<SUMMARY>

Below is a list of medals that users <gained>:

3K, 5N, 4B <lostemperor>

3K, 2N, 2B <wordfunph>

3K <Robin01>

2K, 5B <chessmoron>

2K, 3B <chancho>

2K, 1N <jameskobe>

2K <Where is my mind>

1K, 2N, 1B <SloVice>

1K, 1N, 4B <OhioChessFan>

1K, 2N <Ragh> + <Thorski>

1K, 1B <Golden Executive> + <twinlark>

2N, 1B <WinKing>

2N <NakoSonorense> + <offramp>

1N, 1B <kolobok>

1N <imag> + <Penguincw> + <PinnedPiece>

4B <DCP23>

2B <rogge>

1B <amadeus> + <bubuli55> + <just a kid> + <SwitchingQuylthulg> + <whiteshark>

Below is a list of medals <lost>:

3K, 2B <NakoSonorense>

2K, 1N, 1B <cu8sfan>

2K, 1B <imag>

1K <WinKing>

1N, 1B <onesax>

1N <amadeus> + <Golden Executive> + <kellmano>

1B <chessmoron> + <Ragh>

<FOR THE RECORD>

1. Any medals awarded before 2009, are excluded. However, I do have a list below:

<chessmoron> Cor08:BonusRnk(3) + 1stRanker(1)

<NakoSonorense> Lin08:StdMvRnk(2)+ BonusRnk(3) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(1)//Mtel08:BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1)

<imag> Mtel08:StdMvRnk(1)+ BonusRnk(3)+ StdMv/Bonus(2) + 1stRanker(1)

<cu8sfan> Cor08:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(3) + 1stRanker(2)// Lin08:BonusRnk(1)//l11:StdMvRnk(3) + 1stRanker(3)//Dor12:1stRanker(2t)

<sakii> Lin08:StdMvRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(2)+1stRanker(2)

- <iron maiden> won the following medals: <Cor08:StdMvRnk(3) +BonusRnk(1) + StdMv/Bonus(1) + 1stRanker(3t)> However, on <chessmoron>'s profile, it was listed as 2 gold and 2 <silver>.

- I will leave it up to <chessmoron> if he chooses to add those medals.

2. <Corus 2009>, <Linares 2009>, <Tal Memorial 2009>, <Corus 2010>, <Linares 2010>, <Pearl Spring 2010>, <Dortmund 2011> and <Bilbao 2011>, awarded medals the traditional way, giving them to the 3 best <performers> instead of the typical way of awarding the 3 best <performances>.

- I understand that despite <chessmoron> having the corrected medals for Bilbao 2011, I have excluded them. I do have the medals that he listed in this post: OhioChessFan chessforum. If <chessmoron> wishes to add the medals, he may do so.

3. For a previous look at <chessmoron>'s profile, see a link such as http://web.archive.org/web/20140721....

4. Please check your medals. If you think there's an error, let me or <chessmoron> know under this forum, and I'll investigate.

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: K Rest Day Update K

<Penguincw> is scoring points with <chessmoron> and <OhioChessFan> by finding more gold medals in the closet. Whereas <Karposian> is still staring daggers at <Penguincw> for costing him 5 points. <moulicules> is trying desperately to figure out a plan to score before the tournament is over. <PinnedPiece> is MIA. <WinKing> is trying to send a computer virus to <Penguincw> so as not to lose his King of Statistics crown. Meanwhile, <OhioChessFan> is still kicking himself for missing a first under and at least being tied for first in the Moves #1 Ranker.

Sep-01-14  Penguincw: < Whereas <Karposian> is still staring daggers at <Penguincw> for costing him 5 points. ...>

Damn! I'm stirring up too much suspense outside of the contest, but I guess it's working, as I am in line to win 3 silvers if the tournament ended right now. :)

< < <WinKing> is trying to send a computer virus to <Penguincw> so as not to lose his King of Statistics crown. > >

Don't worry. I'm not going to be replacing <WinKing> anytime soon. For instance, in the 3rd post, I just noticed that I post that <chessmoron> gained 2 golds and 5 bronze while losing one bronze. :| I meant to say <chessmoron> would gain 5 <silver>. Maybe I should not have posted all this...

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: A little rest day entertainment:

http://www.gotoquiz.com/what_mental...

And I discovered I have...........

ADD 91%

<You have a very hard time focusing, and you find it difficult to stay on task without your mind wandering. You probably zone in and out of conversations and tend to miss out on directions because you cannot focus. >

Boy, that sounds great for playing chess.

Next 3:
Paranoia 69%
Manic Depressive 65%
Generalized Anxiety Disorder 57%
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 26%

Wow, I didn't know I was so well adjusted. Anyone else?

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: <Below is a list of medals <lost>:

1K <WinKing> >

(Sensing that virus will be sent soon)

Sep-01-14  Penguincw: Well technically, that gold medal was awarded on an error:

OhioChessFan chessforum

OhioChessFan chessforum

In the first post, it says that <OCF> won Standard Ranker, and <WinKing> placed 2nd, 4 points behind. However, in the Winner's Corner, it says that <both> of them won.

Okay, I should not have done this. :( I should've just told <chessmoron> that he's missing a silver medal that I earned from Tata Steel 2012. :|

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: You <should> have done it. I know I ruffle a few feathers correcting bios and intros, but them's the breaks. If we can't applaud accuracy on a chess site, where can we?
Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Karposian: <OhioChessFan: A little rest day entertainment: http://www.gotoquiz.com/what_mental...
And I discovered I have...........
ADD 91%>

You're in good company <OCF>!

In the ADD contest I find out that I have beaten you 100-91 because I got:

ADD 100%

GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder) 24%
OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) 23%
Manic Depressive 23%
Paranoia 20%

<You have a very hard time focusing, and you find it difficult to stay on task without your mind wandering. You probably zone in and out of conversations and tend to miss out on directions because you cannot focus. >

<OhioChessFan>: <Boy, that sounds great for playing chess.>

You've got it all wrong. Having ADD is great for us chess players! We just zoom out everything else so we can consentrate on the most important thing, namely chess! (Like when my wife nags me about things like <remember to call..blablabla..> and I just...zoom...out...) LOL

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: I might ask <Travis Bickle> to take that test in character. Might get 100 on every category.
Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  tpstar: Oh no, I am 60% Paranoid.

Spot the Typo:

"You are constantly thinking about what others may be saying about you behind your back. You may also feel people have conspiracies against you, or they are out to get you. In crowds you may feel like everybody is watching to closely."

<OhioChessFan> Thanks for the RDE but I hope folks don't take it too seriously. Question 5 has only positive responses possible which simply begs the question. But maybe we're all a little touched. =)

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: I tried to take it in character as Elvis. The drug situation was hard to work around, but I muddled through and came up with:

Generalized Anxiety Disorder 86%

You can never seem to calm down and always feel anxious for unknown reasons. You tend to not be able to concentrate and have headaches or other anxiety symptoms.

Paranoia 80%
Manic Depressive 76%
OCD 76%
ADD 12%

Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Golden Executive: Good work <Penguincw>!
Sep-01-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Golden Executive: What mental disorder do you have?
Your Result: GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

84%
You can never seem to calm down and always feel anxious for unknown reasons. You tend to not be able to concentrate and have headaches or other anxiety symptoms.

54%
Paranoia

31%
Manic Depressive

31%
OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

8% ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

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