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technical draw
Member since Nov-18-03
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Chess rating: estimated ELO 1900 (Would you believe 1800?)

Voted Funniest Kibitzer 8 years in a row. Lost to the great <WannaBe>.

Inventor of the successful Secret Formula to win the pick 3 lottery

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Technical draw is a fictional character living in the collective vision of chess games.com who has little relationship to the real technical draw; a neurotic and insecure figure obsessively clinging to the promise of power and wealth as if it were the only meaning in his life.

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   Jun-23-18 technical draw chessforum
 
technical draw: Glad to hear from you <jessicafischerqueen>. I wouldn't wait standing up for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth to abdicate any time soon. Legend says she died 20 years ago. Queen of Spain is cool, though.
 
   Jun-23-18 WannaBe chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: Where are the lists we made for the predictions?
 
   Jun-21-18 juan31 chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: <juan31 < TD> esa fórmula si que esta en chino !!> Perdón, esa es mi fórmula para ganar la lotería. No le hagas caso.
 
   Jun-21-18 playground player chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: <playground player> . Sorry to hear about your loss. Receive my condolences.
 
   Jun-18-18 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: <technical win: In the meantime here's a bit about the <Indonesian WGM> Irine Kharisma Sukandar> Thank you cousin <technical win>. I had the wrong country and the misspelled name.
 
   Jun-06-18 Altibox Norway (2018) (replies)
 
technical draw: Carlsen or Caruana should win it tomorrow.
 
   Jun-06-18 Anand vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
technical draw: <FSR "I guess he wants to create a passed pawn in order to generate counterplay." Yes, white's passed pawn makes the game more interesting.
 
   Jun-06-18 Count Wedgemore chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: <Don't forget Vitas Gerulaitis!! His life tragically ended too soon!> I remember Vitas Gerulaitis the player but for some reason I don't remember reading about his death. Carbon monoxide poisoning: The silent killer.
 
   Jun-05-18 offramp chessforum (replies)
 
technical draw: I just saw your list of favorite players <offramp>. I must have wasted 50 years of my life because I can only recognize 5 out of the 12 you listed. I'll check them out though.
 
   Jun-02-18 Caruana vs Karjakin, 2018 (replies)
 
technical draw: That was pretty sneaky, <sneaky>.
 
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Porfirio Rubirosa

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Jun-17-18
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  technical draw: <juan31> Ví la partida completa. México jugó como todo un campeón. Y en estos momento me atrevo a pronosticar México en finales!
Jun-17-18
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  Golden Executive: Fue un partidazo, superò todas las expectativas. El 1er tiempo dominaron a la selección alemana con claridad, el 2do tiempo los alemanes ya se fueron con todo al ataque y vaya que ejercieron presión, no en balde son los campeones del mundo. A Mario Gòmez se le fue el empate en un remate de cabeza donde tenía todo para anotar y destaca la actuación de Ochoa, atrapò todo.

Un triunfo histórico que además eleva la moral y confianza de los jugadores y si siguen jugando como hoy, bien podrían aspirar a mucho.

<technical draw: <juan31> Ví la partida completa. México jugó como todo un campeón. Y en estos momento me atrevo a pronosticar México en finales!> Ojalà!

Jun-17-18
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  juan31: < TD> sobre tu pronostico digo igual que <GE> ojalá!
Jun-17-18
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  technical draw: Creo que ni Brasil ni Alemania llegan a finales.
Jun-17-18
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  technical draw: <diceman> Maybe you're right and they didn't have forensic plumbers when Elvis died. Or maybe they did and didn't want to embarrass the King by prying his hands off the royal porcelain.
Jun-17-18  falso contacto: Nako querido tenés que aparecer hoy que ganaste un partidazo. Enhorabuena! No sabía que había jugado Ochoa. Muy buen arquero. Qué Mundial estamos teniendo. A ver si se despierta el enano.
Jun-17-18
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  chancho: Feliz dia de los Padres <TD>.

Espero que la pasastes bien con tus familiares.

Jun-17-18  falso contacto: Eso también. Feliz día del padre, querido amigo. A todos ustedes también, Chancho, juan, jim y toda la banda.
Jun-17-18
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  chancho: Gracias!
Jun-17-18
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  technical draw: <chancho> Feliz dia de los padres a ti tambien. Ya mi hijo me tiró con 300. Y 25 por otro lado así que me voy a las tiendas! (mentiras, yo nunca voy a las tiendas a menos que sea super necesario.)

Feliz dia del Padre a todos mis amigos padres en chessgames!

Jun-18-18
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  technical draw: If you notice I have changed my forum name. In the 20th century there have been 4 famous playboys: Rodolfo Valentino, Howard Hughes, technical draw, and Porfirio Rubirosa. This month I will honor Porfirio Rubirosa who did the real playboy thing by driving his Ferrari off a cliff in Monaco. I salute you Porfi.
Jun-18-18
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  technical draw: Rubirosa was linked romantically to Dolores del Río, Eartha Kitt, Marilyn Monroe, Ava Gardner, Rita Hayworth, Soraya Esfandiary, Peggy Hopkins Joyce, Joan Crawford, Veronica Lake, Kim Novak, Judy Garland, and Eva Peron. He dallied with his ex-wife Flor de Oro Trujillo Ledesma during his marriage to Doris Duke. He and Zsa Zsa Gabor were seen together during her marriage to George Sanders. When she wouldn't marry him, despite the fact George was divorcing her, Rubi married Barbara Hutton. He was named a co-respondent in George Sanders' divorce suit from Gabor.
Jun-18-18
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  technical draw: Rubirosa could do all that because he was named ambassador-at-large by dictator Rafael Trujillo. He thus obtained diplomatic immunity. Correction: He did not go over a cliff, he smashed into a tree.
Jun-19-18
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  technical draw: <Italy's interior minister wants to take a census of Italy’s Roma, or Gypsy, population.>

Not a good idea. Who's next, Jews?

Jun-19-18  falso contacto: TD: ¿Eva Perón? ¿De qué estás hablando, Willis? About Salvini: Yo no lo voté. Hace unos años quería salir con una ruspa a demoler campos de refugiados.
Jun-19-18
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  technical draw: <falso contaco> < ¿Eva Perón? ¿De qué estás hablando, Willis?>

Así dicen las malas lenguas. Yo solo reporto las noticias!

Jun-21-18
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  technical draw: Homophones? Are Ice Creme and I Scream homophones? Most linguists say no. But what do they know? I say yes, so sue me.
Jun-21-18
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  technical draw: More fun with linguistics!

ebonics (ebony/phonics): A distinct form of English that is spoken by people of African descent.

I agree that ebonics is a portmanteau word however I disagree that it is a distinct form of English.

Jun-21-18  falso contacto: Yo pensé que viendo el partido en directo iba a cambiar la suerte. Todavía tenemos alguna chance de clasificar. Qué malaonda.
Jun-21-18
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  technical draw: <falso contacto> Tienes dos oportunidades de clasificar: Escaso y ninguno.
Jun-21-18  falso contacto: lol. totalmente.
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Jun-23-18
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  technical draw: I took one of those genealogy spit tests and I found out that I am:

1. 34th in line for the crown of England
2. 79th in line for the crown of Spain
3. 134th in line for the crown of Norway
4. 1,229 in line for the crown of King David

And after spending my money on those tests I discovered I'm 12th in line for food stamps.

Isn't science great?

Jun-23-18
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<TD> I'm not surprised, but I don't want you to be jealous.

I also took the test and discovered that I am:

1. Next in line for the crown of England
2. Already the Queen of Spain.

If it's any consolation, I am not in line for the crown of Norway or King David.

Jun-23-18
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  technical draw: Glad to hear from you <jessicafischerqueen>. I wouldn't wait standing up for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth to abdicate any time soon. Legend says she died 20 years ago. Queen of Spain is cool, though.
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