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Gregorio Idigoras Guisasola vs Oscar Panno
Mar del Plata (1955), Mar del Plata ARG, rd 10, Mar-22
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Panno Variation (E63)  ·  1-0



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May-22-14  john barleycorn: <LITE Master AJ:

B.) Not all my games are here.>

Probably not worthy enough.

May-22-14  LIFE Master AJ: IF you want to see an example of a defeat of another 2200, see my player page. (If not, jump into a deep, dark hole ... and pull the dirt in on top of you!!!)

BTW, CG is not posting any more of my games ...

May-22-14  john barleycorn: <LIFE Master AJ:

BTW, CG is not posting any more of my games ...>

Good. Fewer game pages to disable from kibitzing. Quite smart the admins here.

May-22-14  TheFocus: <AJ> We are talking about your record with the USCF. Hardly a good record is it? +18=30-40?

Stop bragging. You have nothing to be proud of with that record.

May-22-14  john barleycorn: provides further info on <AJ>'s your heroic battles against players with an average of 1425. An ULTRA-solid 1683 performance by <AJ>. About right and a bit flattering, imo.

Live-chess - Standard
Ratingrecord: 1688 (04.04.2014)
best win: 1764 (joebuen)
avg. opponent: 1425
games: 82 (+53 / -22 / =7)

May-24-14  MarkFinan: <LIFE Master AJ: The title of LM (Life Master) is far superior to that of a mere FM.>

AJ you're pretty much untitled in the eyes of every chess fed in the world apart from your own. If being an "untitled life master!" was indeed superior to an FM then why use that title (which btw you have no right to use) when you're on chess dot com??    <Mr Bigz: LIFE Master you may be an FM but you are annoying fuk tard>

Well said Mr Bigz

May-24-14  TheFocus: Well , guess what, you can't get an IM title unless you have that FM title first.

That LM title ain't worth a bucket of warm spit outside of the U.S.

May-26-14  LIFE Master AJ: BTW, I defeated another NM this past weekend. (NM Ben Bailey.)

Of course, they are not posting any more of my games here - and I have stopped trying ... so that skews my statistics, making this site totally unreliable, as far as my player page is concerned.

May-26-14  Jim Bartle: <AJ> It's too bad your newer games aren't posted. But your winning pct. here is 77%, one of the highest on the site.
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: Indeed, such are the benefits of cherry-picking one's game submissions. Were I so inclined, I could send on scores of one win after another as well, but my preference is for games with content, not merely to portray a huge win rate against weak opposition.
May-26-14  john barleycorn: only a chosen few are higher rated - like

Claude Frizzel Bloodgood

The reasons why CG doesn't post any more of <AJ>'s game is pretty obvious as they are non-relevant .

May-26-14  john barleycorn: <LIFE Master AJ: BTW, I defeated another NM this past weekend. (NM Ben Bailey.)

Of course, they are not posting any more of my games here - and I have stopped trying ... so that skews my statistics,>

the +18 =22 -40 one?

May-26-14  TheFocus: <johnbarleycorn> According to the USCF website, <AJ>'s record against Masters, FMs and GM's is +18=30-40.

I would like to know the breakdown of that.

May-26-14  TheFocus: 18 wins out of 88 games against Masters.


I think we can see the potential for a Grandmaster title here.

But first... he has to get that ever elusive FM title.

May-26-14  TheFocus: But of course, we can understand GMs not wanting to move to the Gulf area and risk losing rating points.
May-26-14  TheFocus: And of course, a Gulf area 1400 is the equivalent of a New York Expert.
May-28-14  posoo: I think Lufmuster AJ is lying! He hasn't played chess in YEARS! I know that this is all a HOOX.

But don't worry Lufmuster! Posoo is ON your case:

I will write the administrators one letter every day. These will be strongly-worded letters! My mission? To make sure justice is done to your fine chess ministry. WATCH everyone! You'll see!

May-28-14  LIFE Master AJ:
Premium Chessgames Member
  perfidious: Such refreshing originality, undoubtedly posted for the twentyleventh time.
May-28-14  TheFocus: <AJ> enjoys posting his selfie.
May-28-14  TheFocus: Of course <AJ> is ticked at everybody.

He got an old fashioned butt-whupping on this page and took off for a few days to pout.

May-28-14  TheFocus: Of course, to give him some credit, he did win another Chocolate Milk Open.
May-28-14  posoo: dont worry lufmus!
May-29-14  john barleycorn: for the luffmus

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  FSR: Winning the Oscar.
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