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Hikaru Nakamura vs Stockfish (Computer)
Stockfish Nakamura Match (2014) (exhibition), Burlingame, CA USA, rd 4, Aug-23
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  perfidious: Your profile is not worth reading.
Aug-26-14  posoo: LOL porfoodes i HAFta laugh! u remind me of da Spanish inquasishion! they're da type of folks who used to say dat things were "not worth reading."

do u not love knowledge? how can anyone KNOW something is not worth reading if they haven't read it?

da paradox of being porfoodes! tuff life over there! no wonder u have dedicated ur life to a zero sum game. OH WAIT DA RAKE lol.

Aug-26-14  Robed.Bishop: How odd, my earlier link didn't link correctly. Here it is: M Waddington vs C E Hill, 2014.
Aug-27-14  posoo: lol Rubbed, another member of da inquasish! Right down to da hat!

u may be one of da helpers, but porfoodes is DEFF da GRAND inquizator!

LOL dustoyoovsky saw u coming CENTRURIES ago lolol.

Aug-28-14  posoo: SOMETIMES, even if he has to do it ALONE, and his conduct seems to be CRAZY a man must set an EXUMPLE, and so draugh men's souls out of their sollatude, and spur them to some act of brotherly love, dat da great idea may not DIE!
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  AylerKupp: <BigPawn>, <perfidious> Neither of you understands. <posoo>'s hero is Jar Jar Binks whose language he tries to imitate. Some examples:

"More? More, did you spake? Ex-queeze-me, but de mostest safest place would be Gunga City. Is where I grew up. ‘Tis a hidden city."

"Deysa setten yousa up. Goen through da planet core? Bad bombin’. Mmm… any help here would be hot. Hee, hee."

"Deysa setten yousa up. Goen through da planet core? Bad bombin’. Mmm… any help here would be hot. Hee, hee."

"My no know. Mesa day starten pitty okeyday witda brisky morning munchen. Den boom! Getten berry scared and grabbed dat Jedi, and pow! Mesa here. Huh. Mesa getten berry, berry scared."

"Noah gain! Noah gain. Da being hereabouts, cawazy! Wesa be wobbed un crunched!"

More examples (if you have the stomach for them) at

Gooberfish describes Jar Jar Binks as "the amalgamations of good intentions gone wrong." It seems like an apt description of <posoo>. The Phantom Edit might be a good solution.

Aug-28-14  Absentee: <posoo> Why does posoo refer to posoo in the third person?
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  AylerKupp: <Absentee> According to Elsa Ronningstam, associate clinical professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and author of Identifying and Understanding the Narcissistic Personality: Referring to yourself in the third person creates distance between "I" and "he." So if you have an exaggerated view of how great you are, you could be using this distance to make yourself even bigger. Or, if you've achieved major success suddenly, using the third person could be a way to adjust to the bigger role that's been assigned to you. It's a way to enlarge yourself to fit that role."

It is also called Illeism.

"Similarly illeism is used with an air of grandeur, to give the speaker lofty airs. Idiosyncratic and conceited people are known to either use or are lampooned as using illeism to puff themselves up or illustrate their egoism."

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  perfidious: That kibitzer's posts give more than a hint of narcissism, to be sure.
Aug-31-14  Big Pawn: Well, for once <perfidious> and I are in total agreement.
Aug-31-14  Big Pawn: <posoo> why don't you make a home for yourself on the Kenneth Rogoff page. They would like that over there...
Sep-04-14  posoo: da ROGOFF page? dis is a CHESSE site. I have no intarest in debating ecnomics with da fokes over o ndat page. it is INAPPROPRIATE.

Chess is a COFFEE HOUSE GAME. dats where I take refuge from da politicly activist who don't even have da KNOWLEGE BASE to make an informed view!

Sep-04-14  zborris8: <posoo> How about visiting the Robert James Fischer page? They'd dig that crazy prose, man!
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  perfidious: Most especially <lamont>, the poster who faked his own death.
Sep-13-14  zborris8: Of all the people who have come and gone, <posoo> and <lamont> signed up 3 months apart from each other back in 2005 and are still kibitzing.
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  JointheArmy: Hard to see Rubinstein or Capablanca losing a rook endgame up a pawn.
Sep-14-14  offramp: <Perfidious> <Aug-26-14 Big Pawn: <posoo: now dis - DIS - is precisely why posoo ONLY plays blits games. You can all pore over da lines and try to figure out what went wrong in Nukk's game.>

What kind of ignorant language is this? "Dis...da...">

It is weird, isn't it? Have you looked at User: posoo?

Here are some early posts of hers:

Gligoric vs Bidev, 1946 <Nov-10-05 posoo: Good heavens! Watching that game was truly a pleasure! Demolishing the pawns often depends on the ability to quickly maneuver a rook into play! I am just beginning to understand when kingside sacrifices are sound, and when they aren't.>

Geller vs Kholmov, 1957 <Nov-25-05 posoo: A classic case of taking away flight squares. Why attempt 33. Qd7 if the sixth rank is already off limits to the king? The 33rd is all about keeping the king off the SEVENTH rank. This is the kind of thing I need to become good at.>

I think I prefer the <old> posoo.

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  perfidious: <offramp> One topic on which <BP> and I agree.

Also, have to concur that the old <p> is better.

Sep-14-14  zanzibar: <offramp> Interesting. Two posoo's, seemingly one posoo too many.

The <old> posoo (the younger), and <new> posoo (the older).

Sep-23-14  rahulthemoron: this Aug-26-14 post of Jamboree's hit the nail on the head
Sep-23-14  rahulthemoron: i suppose if we all started using weird variants of English as spoken by our favourite literary or filmy characters, things would get very sticky, especially when discussing something like chess
Oct-08-14  RookFile: If Naka had offerred a draw early enough, I assume the computer would have taken it? After all, it's down a pawn.
Dec-12-14  posoo: GLAD TO SEE DAT


charms you so!

May-25-15  posoo: Excellent point Rookfull.

"If you strive to play lik a cumpoter, u will only ever be able to play like a cumpoter."


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