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   GreaseMonkey has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-25-08 Christopher G Ward (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Chris is also one of the nicest guys around. I am a 2050-2100 patzer and have played him twice - two losses since you ask. But he was the perfect gentleman both times.
   Jul-03-08 Milko Bobotsov (replies)
GreaseMonkey: According to John Grefe in Chess Life and Review (Jan 75), Bobotsov did indeed have a stroke - after the Skopje Olympiad in 1972. Grefe was playing at Varna 1974 when Bobotsov reappeared and made 2 out of 15. One of his draws was against Grefe!
   Jan-08-07 Rowena Mary Bruce (replies)
GreaseMonkey: That's right. My copy of MegaBase is only 2001 but they attribute the 1938 game to Rowena Bruce as well as three games from the British Championship in 1954. This was also a tournament in which Ron played. Rowena won the Ladies Championship that year which was a separate ...
   Oct-21-05 William Winter (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Very interesting RWG. Winter died before I was born - just - but I have always been fascinated by his story or the bits of it that are known
   Jul-15-05 Francisco Benko (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Liliental should play him in a match
   Jul-15-05 William Ritson-Morry (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Ritson-Morry was someone I met more than once. He holds the record for being the rudest person I ever met - well there may be one other.
   Jul-15-05 Francis Percival Wenman (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Didn't Wenman publish a book of problems where a significant number were simply rotations of existing ones. You know, turn the board round, looks different
   Jul-15-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Ray, it's nice to find your unofficial website! Seriously, I am impressed that you are prepared to give up so much of your time for this. I remember being incredibly impressed by your Modern book in the 70's which George Botterill co-wrote. I was a young player and it showed me
   Jul-15-05 Haji Ardiansyah (replies)
GreaseMonkey: Here I really risk being put right - but isn't a Haj an honorary title for a Muslim who has made the pilgrimage to Mecca. Hence weirdoid is correct - I think!? Expert advice of course very welcome
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