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Bill Wall vs William R Wall
"Bills, Bills, Bills" (game of the day Oct-13-2011)
Tacoma (1969), Tacoma, WA USA
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Charousek Gambit Accepted (C32)  ·  1-0

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Oct-13-11
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  HeMateMe: Cute pun. Or: Wallabe, Walls are closing in, There's a Wall between us, and, a Willie Nelson song recorded long ago, <Hello Walls>

<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnnA...>

Oct-13-11  sevenseaman: He laughs best who laughs last! Should have been kept within the four walls.
Oct-13-11
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  whiteshark: He leaned against 'the wall'.
Oct-13-11
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  FSR: After hanging a piece and losing in 15 moves, presumably Black was the "Wailing Wall."
Oct-13-11  ColeTrane: That's why I play modern exchange against Bill (and he still beat me!)
Oct-13-11
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  profK: This is wall a bit much for me !!
Oct-13-11  Lil Swine: The mending wall
Oct-13-11
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  Benzol: What was that Willie Nelson song, "Hello Wall"?
Oct-13-11
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  HeMateMe: Willie wrote it. He was a successful song writer, before he got his chance as a performer. He also wrote the Patsy Cline hit "Crazy".
Oct-13-11  rapidcitychess: We could say they were bouncing off the Walls.

Or that Bill travels at twice the speed as check.

Or maybe that they were driven up the wall? ;)

Oct-13-11
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  kevin86: "The walls come tumbling down"-John cougar Mellancamp.

"Mr Gorbachev,bring down this wall!" Ronald Reagan

A great song and a great quote...

Game is OK-bad day for black precocious bishops.

Oct-13-11  cuppajoe: Wall to Wall gambits?
Oct-13-11  LIFE Master AJ: Pretty cool.

"Bills, bills, bills."

Wall-to-Wall gambits."

"Wall-over."

"Wall coverings."

Bill "walled."

Oct-13-11  julillo: Another blunder on the wall
Oct-13-11
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  Domdaniel: The Old Bill should investigate.
Oct-13-11
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  wwall: I checked, and there is a lot of off the wall remarks here. I avoided the Stone Wall at least. This game cost two Bills and left out Brian Wall and his fishing pole. OK, I see the writing on the wall and will leave, mate. Falkbeer, give me another whiskey and I will stop wining.
Oct-13-11
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  HeMateMe: Would it be ok to say "Alls Wall that ends Wall"?
Oct-13-11  Robert Hill: Glad to see Jr. won.
Oct-13-11
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  wwall: I wasn't a junior at the time. I was a senior in school. And I am not a junior, just like Hank Williams, Jr isn't a junior.
Oct-14-11
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  Check It Out: Wall E4
Oct-14-11  LIFE Master AJ: I put a joke up here ... but upon reflection, decided that it was "off topic," and had nothing to do with this game here. (So I deleted it myself.)
Oct-14-11
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  HeMateMe: I'd say this thread is Wall winding down...
Oct-14-11  LIFE Master AJ: I moved the joke to my forum, in case you are interested.
Jan-22-14
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  Domdaniel: The *other* famous Bill -- Shakespeare -- started the fashion for conversations with Walls, in A Midsummer's Night Dream.

Or, to give it its proper title, A Midsummer's ♘ Dream.

Jan-22-14
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  offramp: So this is your human game of chess, is it?
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