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|Jan-25-08|| ||MichAdams: <Max Dlugy> has left the building. No comments on his life outside the confines of the 64 squares are permitted.|
|Jan-25-08|| ||tpstar: This biography and this player page have both been drastically altered. I remember advising the Biographer to split the information into two paragraphs (chess & business) and also to insert the key word "allegedly" regarding his legal situation, but now it's all gone. The present version appears to be composed by Mr. Dlugy himself. =)|
Perhaps it's best if we don't go there, at least not here.
|Jan-25-08|| ||MichAdams: I too wonder at <cg.com>'s acquiescence in this matter. Nice to know there are persons of such uncompromising integrity running the show. |
|Oct-26-08|| ||kramputz: <MichAdams: <Max Dlugy> has left the building. No comments on his life outside the confines of the 64 squares are permitted.>
Who the heck made you boss telling people what to do? |
|Jan-23-09|| ||talisman: Max...hello...hmmm...is it rolling bob?...ok, max, "how do you pronounce your last name?".|
|Jan-29-09|| ||Caissanist: <I too wonder at <cg.com>'s acquiescence in this matter.>|
The chessgames admins used to try to moderate player pages that the player himself posted on. A couple of years of refereeing disputes about A.J. Goldsby, though, eventually forced a change. Pretty much any master who wants to moderate his own page is now given the ability to do so.
Seeing as how Dlugy hasn't visited the site in nearly a year, however, I don't expect any new deletions soon.
|Jan-29-09|| ||Jim Bartle: Goldsby has been busy deleting, though, erasing my question after he wrote Clinton should be in jail, while offering nothing to back up his opinion.|
|Jan-29-09|| ||Caissanist: Well, I've almost never seen or heard a political debate between chess players that ended constructively. We tend to be an argumentative and opinionated bunch, which is probably why many of us play chess. Certainly this "controlled argument" aspect of the game is part of its appeal for me, personally.|
|Jan-29-09|| ||Jim Bartle: Oh yeah, caissanist?? Well, MY opinion is different! And I am RIGHT! And I am NEVER argumentative or opinionated!|
|Jan-29-09|| ||WhiteRook48: this guy can play really long games (see third notable game)|
|Feb-24-09|| ||WhiteRook48: has he been playing any games recently?|
|Aug-04-09|| ||sajbs1: Ah "Da Loogie"
I remember meeting him at the 1988 World Open. He's a capital guy. He even gave me an autographed copy of his best games collection "Phlegm On Board"
|Mar-18-11|| ||Penguincw: He hasn't visited chessgames.com for years.|
|Aug-11-11|| ||Everett: There are two blitz victories over Kasparov from 1988 on his website (see above bio)|
|Jan-11-12|| ||timhortons: dlugy is a solid rock bullet player,he just dont stop playing that game for over the years at ICC and id seen in his countries banner the flag of russia, he must be based in russia now.|
|Jan-29-12|| ||BIDMONFA: Maxim Dlugy|
|Jan-29-12|| ||Penguincw: Happy Birthday Maxim Dlugy!|
|Jan-29-12|| ||JoergWalter: Happy birthday.
|Apr-24-12|| ||Interbond: Dlugy is making a comeback in Angola!! <http://www.chessbase.com/newsdetail...>|
|Apr-25-12|| ||HeMateMe: I thought Angola was a prison farm in Lousiana?|
|Jun-14-13|| ||Expendable Asset: <In 1986 he played first board on the U.S. Olympiad chess team in Dubai.> This is inaccurate. Yasser Seirawan actually played first board in the '86 Olympiad in Dubai, who famously beat Garry Kasparov in their encounter in the US vs. USSR match.|
|Jun-14-13|| ||TheFocus: <Expendable Asset> You are right. He only played second reserve. I will change it.|
|Oct-06-13|| ||ketchuplover: Thank you Maxim :)|
|Oct-06-13|| ||pawn to QB4: yes, you've done the game a great service.|
|Oct-12-13|| ||LIFE Master AJ: Congrats to Dlugy, he has done what an army of FIDE officials could not ...
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