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   MissScarlett has kibitzed 12024 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-08-20 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Here's another aggravating system foible that makes no sense. NN vs Paulsen, 1858 The Event tag reads 'blindfold simul' not 'Blindfold simul'. If I correct it using my admin powers, it still reads 'blindfold simul'. But correct it just to 'Simul' and that stays capitalised. I'm
 
   Jul-08-20 Daniil Dubov
 
MissScarlett: <Says a lot of nice things about Carlsen and also about Kasparov. > Thinks Giri is a pampered goldfish.
 
   Jul-08-20 Fischer vs Larsen, 1958 (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <Hazz>, knock this foooker oooot.... We claim his NM title isn't worth the paper its written on....we throw down the gauntlet and challenge him to fight for your <cg.com> crown...we predict he will now vacate this page...we hope to be proved wrong...
 
   Jul-08-20 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <Hazz>, this is music to keep the riff-raff out.... <Haendel - Sarabande> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sG5...
 
   Jul-07-20 Chessable Masters (2020) (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Next tour event, Legends of Chess, from July 21st. Don’t think the full line-up has been announced yet.
 
   Jul-07-20 Teichmann vs Leonhardt, 1905
 
MissScarlett: The point is that Pillsbury's <Inquirer> column (given in C.N. 10248 ) has the same score as the <ACB>, i.e., <17.R-QB>, leaving him at a loss to explain why Teichmann didn't take the Bishop on move 26.
 
   Jul-07-20 N Hald vs Lasker, 1905
 
MissScarlett: In the <(Nebraska) Sunday State Journal> of November 23rd 1924, in reference to games he'd played using the Danish Gambit, Hald reminisced: <This is not counting one that I played against Dr. Lasker in 1906 when he resided in New York and offered to take on ...
 
   Jul-06-20 Ennio Morricone (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Been working on a tribute pun....gotta say, it's not going well. I'm still annoyed that <cg.com> didn't use my <Careless Wisker> the day after <George Michael> passed.
 
   Jul-06-20 Marshall vs C S Howell, 1901
 
MissScarlett: The first of three times that Howell beat Marshall in 1901. <8...Ne4> is not the best move - the way Howell plays it (taking with the pawn, not the bishop on move 11), he should've lost a pawn. Marshall faced this line again much later: Marshall vs Tartakower, 1924 ...
 
   Jul-06-20 Louis Uedemann
 
MissScarlett: In victory, he would triumph over his opponents by booming out: <I am the Walrus!> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Q6...
 
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Mar-25-20
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  MissScarlett: Hmmm, this is heavy duty stuff, beyond the normal level of <cg.com> bio. I think it'd be better just posted in the player's kibitzing section. You could distill the salient factual points into a potted biography.
Mar-27-20  Baboon: Hi Miss, I made now a nice short bio:

Willem Jan Louis Verbeek (1820 - 1888) was general practicioner and obstretician in Wijk bij Duurstede, the Netherlands. In his spare time he was especially involved with chess – he was very concerned with the development of chess in the Netherlands, which was lagging to chess elsewhere in the world.

Verbeek can be considered a chess master avant la letter, who was amongst the first Dutch chess players able to play simultaneous blindfold chess. Yet, he is most known as the head editor of the first Dutch chess magazine Sissa (1848-1874), which eventually became the first official magazine of the Dutch Chess Federation that was founded in 1873.

In an effort to bring order in the swamp of chess rules that existed in the Netherlands, Verbeek published in 1848 the Nieuw Reglement op het gewoon schaakspelen (‘New regulation of chess’), which was adopted and used throughout the country for years to come, till the Dutch Chess Federation came with an update in 1874.

In 1858 the first national chess tournament in Dutch history was organised in Nijmegen on initiative of Verbeek.

In 1861, he published De Hollandsche schaakspeler – een zakboek voor schaakspelers (‘The Dutch chess player – a pocket book for chess players’), which can be considered as the very first book on modern chess in the original Dutch language.

Please dont forget the picture which can be found on https://www.schach-chess.com/Schach...

Trust this will do... Thanks!

Mar-28-20  Octavia: Hi Ray, why have you got a list of 1000s of people at the top?
Mar-28-20
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  MissScarlett: Well, why not? It's a pet project.
Mar-30-20
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  MissScarlett: <Baboon>, I bid you patience. It has my attention.
Mar-31-20
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  Stonehenge: I've used Baboon's info to update Verbeek's bio yesterday.
Mar-31-20  Baboon: Thankyou @MissScarlet and @Stonehenge!

Dont want to be annoying, but will the picture of Verbeek (can be found on https://www.schach-chess.com/Schach...) be placed as well? That would be a nice extra.Thanks again!

Mar-31-20
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  MissScarlett: You'd best take up the picture question here: chessgames.com chessforum Posting pictures is above our pay grade, and there may be a copyright issue. My delay in attending to your biography concerned the desire to somewhat streamline its use of English.
Apr-03-20
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  Tabanus: Jon Burgess for your list.
Apr-03-20  Baboon: Hi Miss, understood. And thanks wishing to streamline my English. Much appreciated :)
Apr-05-20
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  MissScarlett: Made a few changes; think it flows more smoothly.
May-28-20
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  Tabanus: A Pigott (1830-1870)
May-29-20
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  jessicafischerqueen:

Hey <zanzibar> is back eh? With a new sock puppet. Did you notice it was him? I would put the odds it is him at 100 percent.

This is excellent news for biographer's bistro and all historians eh.

May-29-20
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  jessicafischerqueen:

*Lester Piggot

There fixed it for you.

May-29-20
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  MissScarlett: I haven't noticed nothing nor nobody. #oblivious
May-29-20
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  Tabanus: <Jess> https://web.archive.org/web/2007101..., I was the pigsticker in Aston Pigott.
May-29-20
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  Tabanus: <Miss> I've finally realized (some of) your aliases the last 20 years or so, wonderful stuff :)
May-29-20  hashtag: Here you are: User: nothing User: N0b0dy
May-29-20
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  MissScarlett: Oh you mean this character? User: dumptrump

Here's a post where he uses <OTOH ->: Budapest (1896) (kibitz #40)

Compare with Kenneth S Rogoff (kibitz #377821) ; chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #30440) ; Kenneth S Rogoff (kibitz #336733) ; chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #28934) ; Gashimov Memorial (2017) (kibitz #476)

May-29-20
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  jessicafischerqueen:

Yes, among several other stylistic flourishings. You wanted him back- now we have him back. <chesshistoryinterest> singled <z> out in particular as the most sorely missed absentee from historical work.

So it is good news to have the chance to welcome him back brah.

May-29-20
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<Tab> What an unexpected, and alarming saga! I had no idea <Aston Piggot> was a real place. Let alone a magical horror place. 10/10

May-30-20
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  MissScarlett: <Yes, among several other stylistic flourishings.>

Identify, say, five others. And all this from just ten posts? Wow, you're good.

<You wanted him back- now we have him back.>

What makes you think I want him to stay?

May-30-20
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  jessicafischerqueen:

lol good point. I'm not sure I get a vote but I hope he stays.

There was the flourish of a pun that I thought was typical of him. I can't remember the post though- one of the new posts <dumptrump> made that was not in the Bistro. <z> likes to put a pun or two in his posts, a consonant rhyme of some sort. I am too lazy to look for the post though. But the diligence and detail of <dumptrump's> recent posts seem characteristic.

Jun-07-20
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  thegoodanarchist: You've been on a roll in the pun department. Congrats.
Jun-16-20
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  Tabanus: Martin Villemson (1897-1933)
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