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Jeremy Lim
  
Number of games in database: 15
Years covered: 1988 to 2001
Last FIDE rating: 2273
Highest rating achieved in database: 2365
Overall record: +3 -4 =8 (46.7%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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JEREMY LIM
(born Sep-02-1973, 48 years old) Singapore

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Jeremy Lim is a Singaporean who has attained the title of FIDE Master.

Last updated: 2018-06-01 06:59:41

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. J Lim vs Chiu Yum San  1-0311988Thessaloniki OlympiadA13 English
2. J Lim vs V Inkiov  ½-½271988Thessaloniki OlympiadE11 Bogo-Indian Defense
3. F Silva vs J Lim  0-1351988Thessaloniki OlympiadB06 Robatsch
4. J Lim vs M Ebeling  ½-½371988Thessaloniki OlympiadA20 English
5. J Lim vs C Braga  ½-½411988Thessaloniki OlympiadE73 King's Indian
6. J Lim vs Nickoloff  0-1351988Thessaloniki OlympiadA37 English, Symmetrical
7. E Grivas vs J Lim  0-1461988Thessaloniki OlympiadA42 Modern Defense, Averbakh System
8. J Lim vs B Zueger  0-1391988Thessaloniki OlympiadE73 King's Indian
9. M Dienavorian vs J Lim  ½-½151988Thessaloniki OlympiadA04 Reti Opening
10. J Lim vs J Ye  ½-½361990Shah Alam Asia ztE73 King's Indian
11. J Lim vs W Zili  0-1511990Kuala Lumpur ztA34 English, Symmetrical
12. Vescovi vs J Lim ½-½411990Wch U18B06 Robatsch
13. J Lim vs Zaw Oo  ½-½4020011st Sea Chess TChA15 English
14. S Irwanto vs J Lim 1-05820011st Sea Chess TChD97 Grunfeld, Russian
15. J Lim vs T Thamtavatvorn ½-½2820011st Sea Chess TChA30 English, Symmetrical
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Nov-27-21
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  saffuna: <Alabama down 10-0 late in the 3rd period had a 4th and 11 at the Auburn 19 and went for it Unsuccessfully) - don't they have a FG kicker?>

I don't think so. I think they fumbled the snap on the FG attempt.

Nov-27-21
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  perfidious: RIP Curley Culp. You were one tough sumbitch.
Nov-27-21
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  plang: yes, thanks - that makes more sense
Nov-27-21  unferth: <Kareem had 15 rebounds a game with Milwaukee, 10 with the Lakers.>

by the early 80s he was down to 7-8 a game, by the time of their last titles 6-7. he pretty much wasn't getting anything that didn't fall within his extensive reach.

Nov-27-21
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  saffuna: Yes, not exactly Moses Malone.
Nov-28-21
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  keypusher: I remember watching 80s Kareem on tv, then seeing a clip of him with the Bucks and being amazed by his athleticism.
Nov-28-21
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  saffuna: No way Alabama won that. 3 points all game, stopped on fourth down with 2:40 or so left. Stopped Auburn, got the ball on their own three with less than a minute left.

Went 97 yards for the tying TD.

From the evidence of watching half of the game or so, approximately half the Auburn student body consists of beautiful young women with long blonde hair.

Alabama had its best receiver ejected for targeting. First time for everything. (He was covering a punt.)

Nov-28-21
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  perfidious: Re Florida and their excursion to a bowl as a six-win team: we may thank the powers that be, many moons ago, for first allowing teams with six victories to their credit to be eligible.
Nov-28-21
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  HeMateMe: yes, trigger the fast break. What if Lucas is too slow to do it?

basketball is not like baseball, where a successful team accumulates an aggregate of superior stats (usually by buying up the most expensive free agents). Hoops is a game of team chemistry. Maurice Lucas would have been perfect for the Lakers in 1989, but not in 1984.

Nov-28-21
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  saffuna: There are so many bowl games now. The teams have to come from somewhere.

In the 60s there were nine bowl games, so if I am calculating correctly that means only 18 teams got to play in one.

The four New Years Day Bowls were the big ones, and the smaller ones like the Gator Bowl and the Liberty Bowl were earlier.

Only the champion of some conferences could play, which changed in the late 70s.

Nov-28-21
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  HeMateMe: I lose track of such things. Do we still have the Pollen Weed Eater Bowl?
Nov-28-21
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  keypusher: < From the evidence of watching half of the game or so, approximately half the Auburn student body consists of beautiful young women with long blonde hair.>

Yes and they were mostly in tears at the end. As I texted to a friend, one so wanted to comfort them. Of course one would probably get a facefull of mace for one’s pains, but even that probably would have cheered them up.

Nov-28-21
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  HeMateMe: Are there THAT many wealthy young men in the deep south that the luxurious blondes at Alabama college will only F* money? Seems like a Peyton Place sort of scenario....

Taurasi has to choose between being a soccer great and a basketball great

<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBV...>

What to do, when your basketball skills are superior but your father is Italian and worships the game of soccer?

Nov-28-21  unferth: <yes, trigger the fast break. What if Lucas is too slow to do it?>

but he wouldn't have been. young Maurice Lucas was faster and more athletic than Kurt Rambis ever was, by a couple of miles. the Walton/Lucas Blazers were one of the great fast-break teams of their day.

<basketball is not like baseball, where a successful team accumulates an aggregate of superior stats (usually by buying up the most expensive free agents). Hoops is a game of team chemistry. Maurice Lucas would have been perfect for the Lakers in 1989, but not in 1984.>

you're just being silly. Kurt Rambis was a role player who who for a few seasons was thrust into prominence by virtue of the spot he occupied on a great team. Maurice Lucas was a five-time all-star who redefined his position, a borderline hall of famer, a vastly better shooter, better rebounder, better defender.

Nov-28-21  unferth: < From the evidence of watching half of the game or so, approximately half the Auburn student body consists of beautiful young women with long blonde hair.>

remind me why I went to a liberal arts college?

Nov-28-21
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  HeMateMe: <but he wouldn't have been. >

I don't think Luke threw the outlet pass. Bill Russell did. Wes Unseld did (Red auerbach said Unseld had the very best outlet passes). Luke ran up and down the court and beat the F out of anyone who thought he was supposed to be getting those rebounds. Very nice, but the Lakers needed a fast break maestro. Maurice Lucas was not it.

Baseball is not a team of personalities and team chemistry the way basketball and hockey are. Baseball is an accumulation of the very best <individuals.> the New York Yankees over the past 90 or so years have spent the most money accumulating the very best <individuals> in baseball, those with the very best <individual> skills, and they have won 30 or so World Series as a result.

Nov-28-21  unferth: <I don't think Luke threw the outlet pass.>

of course he did. with the Blazers, he and Walton would crash the boards, and whoever came up with the ball would whip it to Lionel Hollins or Bobby Gross.

<the Lakers needed a fast break maestro. Maurice Lucas was not it.>

and Rambis was? don't know what skills you're retroactively imputing to Kurt, but Lucas did everything better, and more besides.

Nov-28-21
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  keypusher: Yesterday I learned that Luke Walton was named after Maurice Lucas. So Bill W had a pretty high opinion of Lucas.

http://billwalton.com/news/165-bill...

Nov-29-21
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  plang: 1) Bengals sweep the Steelers for the first time since 2009.

2) The Titans run for 270 yards averaging 7 yards a carry but lose 36-13 - that doesn't happen very often.

3) Whoever designed the helmet the Colts wore today without the horseshoe on the side should be flogged with a wet noodle.

Nov-29-21
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  saffuna: Rams blue-and-white uniforms, no yellow. Booo!

The Flying Elvii blew out the Flaming Thumbtacks after letting them hang around for a half.

Nov-29-21
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  keypusher: Colts were wearing 1956 throwbacks with cute little horseshoes on the back of the helmet.

https://news.sportslogos.net/2021/1...

What really should have been thrown back were the Bengals uniforms. Yeech. But given how Cinncinnati hammered the Steelers, they'll probably keep them forever.

Nov-29-21
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  plang: I agree with the name "throwbacks" and that would be my recommendation.
Nov-29-21
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  plang: Al Michaels should not be allowed to take a vacation.
Nov-29-21
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  saffuna: If he's watching, Michaels must be saying "I picked a great week to rest."
Nov-29-21
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  saffuna: Seven (7) turnovers in the first half.
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