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Stefan Kuipers vs Arthur Pijpers
"Jeepers Kuipers, How'd You Beat Art Pijpers?" (game of the day Sep-25-2013)
11th Essent Open (2007), Hoogeveen NED, rd 8, Oct-19
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf. Polugayevsky Variation (B96)  ·  1-0

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Sep-25-13
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  Domdaniel: Ahhh. Magnificent pun, one of the best ever. One would hardly expect the game itself to be in the same league.
Sep-25-13
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  Domdaniel: <achieve> -- <How could she have known what I was typing?> Probably by being female. They have *radar*.
Sep-25-13  achieve: heh - can a, erm, <browser>, be "female" as well? This was most odd... I do know that <OD> at the time was operating with state of the art stuff, including browsers, far ahead of my humble gear, but still....
Sep-25-13
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  OhioChessFan: <They have *radar*. >

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeRa...

Sep-25-13
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  OhioChessFan: 15 moves in, White has sacced a Pawn so that Black's only piece not on its homesquare is the Rook on a7.


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Sep-25-13  Abdel Irada: <OCF>'s diagram position reminds me forcefully of the Chicago Variation defense to the Smith-Morra Gambit.

The idea in the latter, incidentally, is quite logical: to nullify White's thematic pressure on the d-file with a timely ...Rd7.

Fortunately (I say this since I play the Smith-Morra), this piece deployment creates weaknesses of its own, particularly on the e6 square, where White often later sacrifices.

Sep-25-13  weary willy: One of my favourite "far Side" cartoons (well, top 100 anyway) has a songwriter with writer's struggling ... he's written the first couplet" Jeepers, creepers" then where'd'ya get those" - but is stuck with the last word ("eyeballs", "optics" ....)
Sep-25-13  Jim Bartle: Similar to the Far Side where the author looks desperate and panicked, and papers are torn up and thrown away with "Call me George," "Call me William," "Call me Abraham," etc. written on them.
Sep-25-13  Abdel Irada: <weary willy: One of my favourite "far Side" cartoons (well, top 100 anyway) has a songwriter with writer's struggling ... he's written the first couplet" Jeepers, creepers" then where'd'ya get those" - but is stuck with the last word ("eyeballs", "optics" ....)>

Sounds like Gary Larson all over. :-)

I miss that strip. (Not to mention "Calvin and Hobbes.")

Sep-25-13  Abdel Irada: <Jim Bartle: Similar to the Far Side where the author looks desperate and panicked, and papers are torn up and thrown away with "Call me George," "Call me William," "Call me Abraham," etc. written on them.>

The sad irony is that reportedly he gave up immediately after "Call me Ismail."

Sep-25-13
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  kevin86: The movie JEEPERS CREEPERS was as corny as heck. What did happen to Justin Long's eyes?
Sep-25-13
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  playground player: Best pun I've seen here in donkey's years.
Sep-25-13  Abdel Irada: Precisely how corny *is* heck, <kevin86>?

As corny as your avatar? ;-)

Sep-25-13
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  ajk68: Best pun I've seen.
Sep-25-13  dark.horse: The pun is a riot! :)
Sep-25-13  Nightranger: That's an excellent pun.
Sep-25-13
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  Domdaniel: <Ohio> -- Golden Earring? Wasn't that a *Dutch* band? Spooky. (And no, not Spooky Tooth ...)
Sep-25-13  twin phoenix: best pun i've seen on the sight!
Sep-25-13
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  Check It Out: Yes, Jeepers Creepers is a B horror flick, but I kind of enjoyed it - it's watchable if you like that kind of thing. Interestingly, it was produced by Francis Ford Coppola.
Sep-25-13  Shams: The pun is somewhat undermined by White's huge rating advantage.
Sep-25-13
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  tamar: "Jeepers Kuipers, How'd You Beat Art Pijpers?"

"He was 12 at the time."

Good result this year at Leiden, where he tied with David Howell, so he's improved quite a bit.

Sep-25-13  waustad: So what does Steve Stone think of this?
Going downtown?
Sep-25-13  offramp: < twin phoenix: best pun i've seen on the sight.>

That's the best pun I've seen today!

Sep-25-13
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  thegoodanarchist: MY... FAVORITE... CHESSGAMES.COM... PUN.... OF.... ALL.... TIME!!!!!!

AWESOME, BABY!!! Congrats to the genius who thought up this one :) :) :)

Sep-25-13
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  thegoodanarchist: < Domdaniel: Ahhh. Magnificent pun, one of the best ever. One would hardly expect the game itself to be in the same league.>

Heartily, agree, sir!

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