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Immo-Frank Angermann
Number of games in database: 3
Years covered: 1986 to 2001
Last FIDE rating: 1886
Highest rating achieved in database: 1898

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(born 1941) Germany

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Terry J Taylor vs I F Angermann 1-071986CIF emailB12 Caro-Kann Defense
2. I F Angermann vs A Schneider 0-1121987SchGambit I/35C57 Two Knights
3. S Arndt vs I F Angermann  1-0372001DESC VM VR Gr2 emailE54 Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3, Gligoric System
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Aug-20-04  athyn: <zenchess> Are you familiar with Myers-Briggs? I have pondered how to match the sixteen personality types with the chess pieces/pawns.. I don't know of anyone who has tried to do this, but I find these kinds of analogies quite interesting.
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  Zenchess: No, I'm not; I'll have to look it up sometime.
Aug-20-04  athyn: well, the thing is there are exactly 8 introverts in the system and exactly 8 extraverts which match chess in the sense that the pawns are like the introverts and the pieces like the extraverts.
Aug-20-04  athyn: A good starting place for MBTI:

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  Zenchess: For starters, we could have the pawns in front of the castled king be rationalists and the Knight on f3 a guardian due to their defense of the king.

I wonder if maybe the personality of each piece relates to the square it's on; for instance, a Knight on d5 might well be an indealist/champion.

Aug-23-04  athyn: Well, the interesting thing about Keirsey and chess is that he speaks of four kinds of intelligence. The first three would be helpful in chess.. tactical.. strategic and logistical.. the fourth is diplomatic, also perhaps useful in the way to players relate to one another though perhaps less critical to the game itself (you wouldn't need it against a computer, for example).
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  Zenchess: Diplomatic might be how the pieces relate to one another. For instance, a Nd2 might interfere with the Bc1 getting developed. A cramped position might be similar to a quarrelsome sports team whose players are always blaming each other for the team's failure. To be on a sports team, you would need good diplomatic skills.
Aug-24-04  athyn: I assume you are talking about how the same color pieces relate to one another. That is a concept which I didn't consider. The reality is that one person generally controls all of one color except in the case of teams. But if you think of the relationship between same color pieces then it is good to see the game through their eyes, figuratively speaking. I could certainly improve my game if I did that.
Nov-03-06  percyblakeney: A third Angermann game in the database now, and he has been improving enormously since the 1980's.
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  technical draw: Angermann should play Claude Frizzel Bloodgood. I bet he won't be as angry afterwards.
Nov-04-06  hitman84: Frankly, Angerman will win IMO
Dec-13-08  WhiteRook48: He lost all his games!!
Dec-13-08  brankat: <whiteshark> Steady improvement though. First loss was in 7 moves, the second in 12 and the 3rd one in 37. Over the 15 years period.

At this rate of pace the 6th loss, scheduled for 2023, should be in no less then 85 moves. Wow!

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  whiteshark: <brankat> thanks for mentioning, but is was <WriteHook84>' post you are referring to.

Btw, when do you expect him to have his first win?

Dec-14-08  Karpova: [Event "Cup2 sf corr"]
[Site "Cup2 sf corr"]
[White "Thrum, R"]
[Black "Angermann, Immo Frank"]
[Date "1970.?.?"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A45"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 Ne4 3.Bh4 d5 4.f3 Nd6 5.Nc3 Nf5 6.Bf2 Nc6 7.g4 Nd6 8.Nxd5 Nc4 9.e4 Nxb2 10.Qb1 Na4 11.Bb5 Nb6 12.Nxb6 axb6 13.d5 Bd7 14.dxc6 Bxc6 15.Bxc6+ bxc6 16.Ne2 e6 17.Qb2 Ra3 18.Nd4 Bc5 19.Nxc6 Bxf2+ 20.Ke2 Re3+ 21.Kxf2 Qd2+ 22.Kg1 Re2 0-1

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  whiteshark: So we have to consider that he'd his zenith already in 1970. :D
Dec-14-08  brankat: Thank You <Karpova>. How do You know all this stuff? :-)

<whiteshark> Sorry for mis-reading the name :-) Yes, Mr.AngryMan seems to be well beyond his prime :-)

Reminds me of me.

Dec-14-08  Karpova: [Event "CiF GM-95-0049B"]
[Site "CiF GM-95-0049B"]
[White "Breite, Wilhelm"]
[Black "Angermann, Immo Frank"]
[Date "1995.?.?"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B15"]

1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4 4.Nxe4 Nf6 5.Nxf6+ exf6 6.Nf3 Bg4 7.Be2 Bd6 8.Bd2 Qc7 9.h3 Be6 10.O-O O-O 11.c4 Nd7 12.c5 Bf4 13.Bxf4 Qxf4 14.Bd3 Rfe8 15.Qb1 Bxh3 16.gxh3 Qxf3 17.Bxh7+ Kh8 18.Bf5 Nf8 19.a4 Rad8 20.Bg4 Qf4 21.Re1 Qxd4 22.Qc2 Ne6 23.Bxe6 fxe6 24.Rad1 Qb4 25.Qe2 e5 26.Qc2 Qh4 27.Qb3 Rxd1 28.Rxd1 Re7 29.Rd8+ Kh7 30.Qf3 g6 31.Qg4 Qxg4+ 32.hxg4 Kh6 33.f3 e4 34.Kf2 e3+ 35.Ke2 Kg5 36.Rd3 Kf4 37.Rd4+ Kg3 38.Rd6 f5 39.Rxg6 f4 40.Rh6 Rd7 41.Rd6 Rh7 42.b4 Rh2+ 43.Kd3 Kxf3 44.g5 Rd2+ 45.Kc4 Rg2 46.Re6 Rxg5 47.a5 Rg1 48.a6 Rc1+ 49.Kb3 bxa6 50.Kb2 Rc4 51.Kb3 Re4 0-1

[Event "CiF FT-96-0113B"]
[Site "CiF FT-96-0113B"]
[White "Angermann, Immo Frank"]
[Black "Krahl, Wolfgang"]
[Date "1996.?.?"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A00"]

1.g4 d6 2.Bg2 Bxg4 3.Bxb7 Nd7 4.Bxa8 Qxa8 5.f3 Ne5 6.d4 Qd5 7.dxe5 Qa5+ 8.Bd2 Qb6 9.fxg4 Qxb2 10.Bc3 Qb7 11.Nf3 Nh6 12.exd6 exd6 13.Qd4 f5 14.g5 Ng4 15.O-O c5 16.Qa4+ Kd8 17.Ba5+ Kc8 18.Qe8# 1-0

Dec-14-08  brankat: It would appear <Karpova> has brought Mr.Angermann back to life :-)

Are You a medical doctor, by any chance?

Dec-14-08  WhiteRook48: Whiteshark stop messing with my username. WriteHook84 is my evil twin.
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  whiteshark: <OK wit hero48> 10-4
Dec-15-08  brankat: Now we only need <whitehat1963> to show up, too :-)
Dec-16-08  WhiteRook48: @#$%&!!!!
Dec-16-08  WhiteRook48: I am Immo Frank Angermann
Apr-23-09  Raisin Death Ray: This guy makes me so mad!
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