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|Jun-28-17|| ||Howard: Huh? What fine ?
Happy 4th of July, at any rate!
|Jun-28-17|| ||offramp: Hey, <Howard>, can you have a look at Fahrni vs Burn, 1911 (kibitz #5) and Panno vs Najdorf, 1968 (kibitz #7) and O Castro vs Ulf Andersson, 1976 (kibitz #3) and Benko vs Reshevsky, 1975 (kibitz #18) and Botvinnik vs Smyslov, 1957 (kibitz #41) ?|
|Jun-29-17|| ||Howard: Mr Offramp, could you please clarify what you're referring to ? Sounds like you're keeping track of certain comments that I've been making.|
|Jun-30-17|| ||offramp: <Howard: Mr Offramp, could you please clarify what you're referring to ? Sounds like you're keeping track of certain comments that I've been making.>|
Firstly, you asked why that nitwit Salov had to give up chess. I said:
<He had to pay that fine he was dodging all the time.>
This is a reference to the song Valerie, most famously sung by St Mary Whitehorse.
And YES, I have read your posts! And some of your posts ask ME to remind YOU to do things. I have written the things you want me to remind you to do on a scrap of paper, but I spilled tea on it, and I was worried that someone would throw it away, so I made a post HERE reminding you to do all the things that you wanted to be reminded about.
Does that clarify things?
|Jun-30-17|| ||WorstPlayerEver: https://kevinspraggettonchess.wordp...|
Some parts are posted here before, but there's some additions.
|Jun-30-17|| ||Howard: Yes, it does "clarify things"---thanks.
As far as I can see, I did follow through on the Benko-Reshevsky '75, as well as the Panno-Najdorf games, as you can see by my follow-up posts.
Granted, I do forget to follow through on things, sometimes. Please remind me, in fact, to make sure I get that new smoke detector installed in my place before the 4th of July is over.
Enjoy the holiday !
|Jul-01-17|| ||Ron: Here is a an interview that Salov gave in 2015, recently reprinted.
This from the interview seems un-intentionally comedic to me:
<Salov: Here's another interesting moment in the chess history. Have you ever noticed the letter pattern: who was the world champion in the first quarter of the 20th century? Emmanuel Lasker. He was a champion for 27 years. And there were two more Laskers, his brother and Edward Lasker. Quite a lot of Laskers, don't you agree? Then, in the middle of the century, everyone was beginning with the letter B: Botvinnik, the world champion, Bronstein, the candidate who drew him, and Boleslavsky, who lost to Bronstein. Everyone on B. And in the latter part of the century, everyone's names were beginning with K: Korchnoi, Karpov, Kasparov, Kramnik, Kamsky, there are also Carlsen, Karjakin, Caruana [in Russian, Carlsen and Caruana are also spelled with K]. Look at the pattern: K, B and L. You should pay attention to that, because everything begins with these small details. You have to learn to concentrate on them.
Surov: These players you named are among the eleven who should be disqualified, am I right?
Salov: To tell you the truth, we have decided not to disqualify Korchnoi. Viktor Lvovich is very old, we should spare him and exclude him from the list. Though he was complicit in a big way, too.
Surov: I'm writing down the list. Lasker, Botvinnik, Bronstein...
Salov: No, no, we have only K's and A's in our list. Among the K's, there are Karpov, Kasparov, Kramnik, also Khalifman from St. Petersburg, the well-known chess organizer Raymond Keene, Bessel Kok also made it. It was too late for Campomanes to make the list though...
Surov: ...the late Campomanes. Yes, he's in a different list now.
Salov: We also added Anand and Carlsen. By the way, Carlsen is a very interesting figure in the chess world; I think Viktor Lvovich Korchnoi once said in an interview for your site that he couldn't understand the non-chess methods Carlsen used to win.
Surov: He said that numerous times.
Salov: Carlsen is very interesting, we're studying him as well. We also added Caruana. How many are there?
Surov: Nine. You haven't mentioned Karjakin.
Salov: No, we don't touch Serezha Karjakin.
Surov: He's not good enough?
Salov: Serezha can sleep well, but he should be careful, he should understand where he is and what games he's about to enter.>
|Jul-01-17|| ||WorstPlayerEver: The first champ was Steinitz and what do you know, Salov? His name begins with an 'S'. Selective... aye?|
|Mar-06-18|| ||Howard: Whatever became of Salov, anyway? Why did he give up chess?|
|Mar-06-18|| ||norami: <Howard> They told me that he had gone . . . totally insane. That his methods were . . . unsound.|
|Mar-24-18|| ||MissScarlett: According to Svidler, on the Candidates' commentary, he was last heard of working as a hotel porter.|
|Mar-24-18|| ||Retireborn: A Night Porter, perhaps?|
|Mar-24-18|| ||N0B0DY: Выпускник экономического ф-та ЛГУ, международный гроссмейстер по шахматам, тренер, публицист, автор многочисленных работ по истории и политологии.|
http://shekina.mybb.ru/ (шахматы и каббала)
http://wpc.freeforums.org/ (русский анализ еврейской матрицы)
|Mar-24-18|| ||ChessHigherCat: N0B0DY: Выпускник экономического ф-та ЛГУ, международный гроссмейстер по шахматам, тренер, публицист, автор многочисленных работ по истории и политологии.
http://shekina.mybb.ru/ (шахматы и каббала)
http://wpc.freeforums.org/ (русский анализ еврейской матрицы)>
Is this right?:
Graduate of the faculty of economics of Leningrad State University, international GM, trainer, political writer, author of numerous studies in the fields of history and political science.
.... (Chess and Kabbalah)
... (Russian analysis of Jewish matrixes???)
|Mar-31-18|| ||N0B0DY: <ChessHigherCat: Is this right?> |
<N0B0DY> should think so.
|Apr-25-18|| ||wordfunph: "I just can't imagine myself playing chess for the rest of my life."|
- GM Valery Salov (in 1991)
...and his last game in CG dbase in 1999.
|Jun-03-18|| ||dehanne: Interesting tidbit in a chess.com article about Salov|
<When I checked if there is any mention of chess in Wikipedia's list of conspiracy theories, I found Garry Kasparov's name there. Unfortunately, he is there only because of a so-called "New Chronology" As it turns out, Kasparov is a strong advocate of this conspiracy theory, which has nothing to do with chess.>
|Jan-04-19|| ||woldsmandriffield: There is an interesting article on Salov here by Kevin Spraggett:|
|Nov-13-19|| ||Caissanist: Here's an updated link to the interview excerpted by <Ron> above: https://www.chess.com/blog/Spektrow... . Bizarre and rather sad.|
|Nov-13-19|| ||Messiah: <Baissanist> He missed Igor Bondarevsky, Lajos and Ferenc Bortisch, Paul Beres, Nikolai Brogius, Efim Beller, Vladimir Bukmakov, Bent Barsen, Boris Bpassky, Bobby Bischer, Gyula Bax and Wolfgang Bhlmann, to name a few. Really strange decision!|
|Nov-13-19|| ||fabelhaft: Salov has some complicated theories on how Anand, Kasparov etc were in on 9/11 already six years before it took place:|
<Anand won a beautiful game in Scheveningen with White by sacrificing a Rook on d5. Do you understand? Ninth game, with a Rook sacrifice! Then Kasparov won the very next game, again with a Rook sacrifice. And in the eleventh game, he won with Black, again sacrificing a Rook!
Three Rook sacrifices in three World Championship games in a row! This just cannot be. I can't remember anything like that. And these were not just any games, but 9th, 10th and 11th. This is the date - 09/11! Also remember that in many languages, the Rook is called a tower. Do you understand now? Three towers were sacrificed, from game 9 to 11. I've even made a photo analogue: chess diagrams with twin towers and the third tower, the trade center, so-called "Solomon Tower".
These three towers were destroyed by two planes. The third tower, as we know, fell by its own accord, seven hours after the plane attack. Officially, by its own accord - the building had a steel frame, and it fell because of some internal fires or something. I don't know, maybe some chairs burned? This sounds like a bad joke. That's the difference between true history and mythology>
|Nov-14-19|| ||OhioChessFan: I'm not sure why I read that diatribe. Surov was hilarious enough to make it worth my time, I suppose.|
|Nov-14-19|| ||perfidious: Seems to me Salov missed his calling as a joke writer--trouble his, the material is far from humorous.|
|Nov-14-19|| ||Caissanist: Are any of Salov's forums still online? At one point in the above interview, he refers to <the "Heroes of Chess and Checkers" board. We have a topic about Fischer there, in English and Spanish mostly.> That sounds like it might be interesting, at least after a couple of drinks.|
|Nov-14-19|| ||fabelhaft: I wonder what is gained by Anand and Kasparov pre-arranging their title match games so they have rook sacrifices in games 9-11, six years ahead of 9/11. This all makes Fischer look like an amateur in the conspiracy theory business.|
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