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Years covered: 1987

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. B Schneider vs Doll ½-½151987Baden-Baden opE62 King's Indian, Fianchetto

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Dec-22-18  zanzibar: From <HMM>'s link:

<In a back room back at the Bordoll, Schwarz pointed out Liz and Emily, both of which had "damage to the silicone and cracks in the genital area," lying motionless and naked on a bed, waiting to be purchased secondhand. Each doll lasts about six months...>

A rather disturbing link, beyond the missing "chess"-connection.

But can't argue about the doll-connection on this one.

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  HeMateMe: only six months! I want my money back!
Dec-29-18  zanzibar: Hmmm... wonder who will win?

Maybe this color scheme is a bit warmer:

Note the glass in hand - always a classy pose, with the proper content:

(Note: this photo is likely from the 1800's or earlier - or so one might deduce...)

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  WannaBe: Preditor: "Wait, how does Alien gets first move as black, and is he giving me the middle finger??"
Dec-29-18  zanzibar: Looks like the Predator is slyly doing the same... both of those guys are known for being somewhat, how shall we say?, passive aggressive!
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  WannaBe: And the board have black sqr on lower right, too.
Dec-31-18  zanzibar: Good eye, <WannaBe>...

Speaking of <Dolls>, did anyone ever happen to see this movie:

<May (2002)>

Not much of a chess connection, but there is definitely one (or two) dolls involved.


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  WannaBe: Oh, biography of my future ex-wives!!

Happy New Year every Doll!

Jan-13-19  zanzibar:


Jan-15-19  zanzibar: It's kinda like chess...

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  WannaBe: Re: LA Times link.

Good thing they won't have to worry about having 5+ queens on the board.

Just take (an extra) one off the shelf!!

Jan-16-19  zanzibar: <WannaBe>

From here: E Szalanczy vs Thi Mai Hung Nguyen, 2009 (&m=58.5)

to here: E Szalanczy vs Thi Mai Hung Nguyen, 2009 (&m=65)

Jan-17-19  zanzibar: In the depths of winter, thinking of Spring, when bare legs make a welcome return:

(But maybe not always)


Feb-09-19  zborris8: Sophia Underwater
Feb-16-19  zanzibar:

Recognize the backdrop? Setting is important for these beauty shoots.

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  HeMateMe: the Twilight Zone?
Feb-17-19  zanzibar: <HMM> Scott's chess buddy was Kubrick:

Now see if the background (esp. the fluorescent lights) match up with this scene:


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  HeMateMe: ah, Kubrick was a chess player.
Feb-17-19  ChessHigherCat: He was even a chess hustler in Washington Square, I think:

On pleasant afternoons, I often go into Washington Square Park to watch the Master at work. The Master is a professional chess player—a chess hustler, if you will.

Feb-17-19  ChessHigherCat: <zanzibar: Recognize the backdrop? Setting is important for these beauty shoots.>

<Gentlemen, you can't play a war game here, this is the war room!>

Kubrik has a certain Adams Family aura in that photo.

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  HeMateMe: "A Potzer"?
Feb-17-19  zanzibar: Tic-toc-tic-toc...

Gotta rush before the flag falls...

<A Potzer>

No, <a patzer>...

(Yeah, that's Bernstein, the physicist/writer).

Mar-28-19  zanzibar: Some people just look good in stripes:

(I know at least one other person who would look really, really great in stripes)

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  Count Wedgemore: <(I know at least one other person who would look really, really great in stripes)>

Wow, you're absoutely right, <zanzy>. Spot on!

Mar-29-19  zanzibar: <CW> proper attire required:

You should get yours pressed and starched.

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