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OhioChessFan
Member since Apr-09-05 · Last seen Oct-19-20
______________ Moves Prediction Contest

<Main Focus>: Predicting how many moves in a game for each pairing.

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<Format>:

[player]-[player] [result] [# of MOVES]

==4 Different Scoring Methods==

Standard Moves Ranker (1st place-Over[3pts], 1st place-Under [7pts], Exact [10pts])

Bonus Ranker (3rd place-Over[1pts],2nd place-Over[2pts],3rd place-Under [5pts], 2nd place-Under [6pts]

Standard Moves/Bonus Ranker [Add all to together]

1st place Ranker [how many 1st place you have in Standard Moves Ranker]

For example:

<Note: Participants 3, 4, and 5 are predicated on nobody scoring an exact as Participant 2 did. If someone hits an exact, the closest score under and over will score the points for second place.>

Actual Game: [player]-[player] 0-1 45

Participant 1: [player]-[player] 1/2 45
Participant 2: [player]-[player] 0-1 45
Participant 3: [player]-[player] 0-1 44
Participant 4: [player]-[player] 0-1 43
Participant 5: [player]-[player] 0-1 46

Participant 1: No points even though 45 is correct. Results must be correct. If Result is wrong and moves # is correct...you get no points whatsoever

Participant 2: 10 pts rewarded for correct Result/moves #

Participant 3: 7 pts rewarded for closest under (1st-Under) to 45 moves

Participant 4: 6 pts rewarded for the 2nd closest under (2nd-Under) to 45 moves.

Participant 5: 3 pts rewarded closest OVER(1st-OVER) to 45 moves.

Again, the description of Participant 3, 4, and 5 are based on there being no exact prediction as made by Participant 2.

<IF> there is an exact or an under closest, the highest scoring over participant will be 2nd over. The second closest over will be 3rd over. The <ONLY> time there will be a first over is if there is no exact or under winner.

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   OhioChessFan has kibitzed 42967 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-20 Norway Chess (2020)
 
OhioChessFan: Definitely "primary".
 
   Oct-19-20 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: "We warned you about double clicking."
 
   Oct-17-20 Sherzer vs Soltis, 1992
 
OhioChessFan: <jersey>, agreed on 7. dxc5. I noticed your mistake about the extra Pawn earlier but figured you would correct it.
 
   Oct-17-20 N Schouten vs R Dieks, 1975 (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: Ken Ronny Schouten vs C B Jacobsen, 2017
 
   Oct-16-20 M Villalba vs L P Supi, 2017 (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: 18 moves...of course I saw that game. But 18 moves? (I know it was 18 without looking. That's the game I got Supi's name from) Sure, that'd lead to, "I don't know how an 18 move win is an example of holding on blah blaj blah"
 
   Oct-15-20 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: He might as well post all of Carlsen's losses on the Tim Krabbe' page.
 
   Oct-15-20 J van Foreest vs D Gavrilescu, 2018 (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: <agb: bishop x-rays the pawn on f7. This suggests 16.Nxf5: A) 16... exf5 17.Bxf7+ Kg7 (17... Kh8 18.Bxe8 wins decisive material: 18... Nxe8 19.Nf7+ and 20.Nxd6) 18.Bxe8 Nxe8 19.Qf3 (19.Nc4 Qb4) 19... Rb8 > 19. Nc4 Qb4. 20. Qxe8 Qxc4 21. Rd3 f4 22. Qe5+ Kg8 23. Qxf4 and ...
 
   Oct-14-20 Big Pawn chessforum (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: Kudos to <tga> and <dice> for a fascinating discussion.
 
   Oct-12-20 Igors Rausis (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: Truly pathetic: <Banned For Cheating, Igors Rausis Enters Tournament Under Different Name>
 
   Oct-10-20 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
OhioChessFan: Hello <Cystic>. There surely are, but they've been swept away by a flood of blue links.
 
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Moves Prediction Contest

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Sep-02-20
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  OhioChessFan: We'll see if <Tiggler> has an estrogen fueled meltdown over Nancy Pelosi visiting a hair salon without a mask.
Sep-02-20
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  thegoodanarchist: does anyone know how to search only your own kibitzes?
Sep-02-20
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist: does anyone know how to search only your own kibitzes?>

I think you can make yourself a "friend"
then, filter your search by your "friend" list.

(Don't know if it's the best, or only way)

Sep-02-20
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  WannaBe: <tga> +user:"Wannabe"
Sep-02-20
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  thegoodanarchist: Thanks guys. I discovered <diceman>'s method by just trying it to see if it works (and I think he meant "favorite" list.)

<WannaBe>'s method looks 'cleaner', because it skims out my other favorites.

Sep-02-20
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  OhioChessFan: Don't need the plus sign but that works.
Sep-02-20
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  Tiggler: <OhioChessFan: We'll see if <Tiggler> has an estrogen fueled meltdown over Nancy Pelosi visiting a hair salon without a mask.>

Not sure what oestrogen has to do with it, except for you getting on my tits.

Last laugh will be on you when Nancy becomes acting POTUS on Jan 20, 2021, if the presidential election results are not ratified by then.

Sep-02-20
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist: Thanks guys. I discovered <diceman>'s method by just trying it to see if it works (and I think he meant "favorite" list.)>

Heh, heh, yes "favorite."

Somehow Facebook leaked into my thinking and I never even had an account!

Sep-02-20
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  WannaBe: <diceman> No, you were thinking Toy Story and "You Have a Friend in Me"
Sep-02-20
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  diceman: <WannaBe: <diceman> No, you were thinking Toy Story and "You Have a Friend in Me">

I thought that was "Ben" by Michael Jackson?

Sep-04-20
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  thegoodanarchist: <diceman:

Somehow Facebook leaked into my thinking and I never even had an account!>

Good for you. I logged out in 2012 and never went back.

Sep-19-20
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  OhioChessFan: Uhh, I just noticed <Tiggler> posted here. Let me explain something: when you tell someone to stay out of your forum, good manners precludes you from posting in theirs.
Sep-19-20
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  Tiggler: You mentioned me that day:
OhioChessFan chessforum

Otherwise, I would not intruded. Put me on ignore: perhaps that will solve your problem.

Sep-19-20
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  OhioChessFan: <Facepalm> I said it here because you invited me not to post on your forum! Let's review your thinking: "Don't post on my forum, but I'll post on yours if you talk about me." You are massively self unaware.
Sep-20-20  optimal play: This was just reported over at the Chessgames Member Support Forum:

<The same game is appearing as GOTD for two days in a row (E Karklins vs J Damocles, 2010) This just happened with Harold Morton vs W Adams, 1937, which was presented as the GOTD on both Sepetember 17 and 18.>

The lights are on but nobody's home.

But they deleted your post in which you highlighted these ongoing problems because they didn't like your tone!?

It's amazing that prominent issues like this are regularly overlooked but if someone posts a non-PC comment it gets deleted pronto!

Their priorities are all wrong.

Sep-20-20
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  OhioChessFan: I identified the problem, and offered a solution. I didn't appreciate the false claims about how awful my post was. That's the only reason I pursued it. As for the current problems, so be it.
Sep-21-20
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  OhioChessFan: <morf: <Annie K> :) >

:)

Sep-21-20
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  Big Pawn: :) :) :) :) :)

next!

Oct-04-20  Ybr: < Big Pawn: <Optimal Play: So main gripe of <perfidious> against you is that he's an atheist and nobody can debunk the moral argument?>>

<Big pawn> and <optimal play> don't understand Absolute and therefore implicaion is that these two don't understand either omv argument or bible.

What do you think <ohiochessfan> ?

2)do you see that <big pawn> , <optimal play> , <keyser soze> and you are not capable to see that omv argument is very stupid and has been thoroughly refuted...you peoole can not understand refutation because you are not smart enough to understand Absolute

3)you can understand santa claus very well , however , and ark of noah...i hope santa claus gets you good gifts this christmas

Oct-05-20
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  technical draw: <Ybr>. Hello, Yul Brenner. Welcome to the site. (Unless you were here under another username then please what name?)

You start heavy with objective moral values, uh, shouldn't you try a few practice swings with an easier philosophical idea since omv has a statistical epistemic justification.

Also please don't try to judge how smart people are by a few lines in the comments section of a chess site...TD, at your service.

Oct-05-20  Ybr: <technical draw>

1) omv exist

2) just because omv exist , there is no reason to believe that personal god exist

3) existence of omv is very easily explained by the philosophy of Absolute - non personal god

4) there is empirical evidence in support of Absolute.

5) there is no god other than us - we are eternal Absolute. Body dies , not us.

6) bible is about non personal god Absolute

Let me know which of these points do you disagree with , if any

P.s. i would be very respectful to you as long as you are civil and respectful to me... Don't worry , please , how i behave with others .....those who deserve respect , get respect from me . Thank you

Oct-05-20
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  Diademas: <Ybr: <technical draw> [...]

P.s. i would be very respectful to you as long as you are civil and respectful to me...>

No he won't.

<technical draw: <Ybr>. Hello, Yul Brenner. Welcome to the site. (Unless you were here under another username then please what name?)>

User: Nisjesram, but I guess you already knew that. I can highly recommend the "ignore" function, or you will never hear the end of it.

Oct-05-20  Ybr: <Diademas: <Ybr: <technical draw> [...] P.s. i would be very respectful to you as long as you are civil and respectful to me...>

No he won't>

Well, it can be easily tested objectively , so your subjective opinion in this matter is of no value .

Regards

Oct-11-20
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  thegoodanarchist: Decent pun today, Ohio.
Oct-11-20
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  thegoodanarchist: < Diademas: <<Ybr: <technical draw> [...]

P.s. i would be very respectful to you as long as you are civil and respectful to me...>>

No he won't.>

LOL! It's why we all like <Diademas>.

<<technical draw: <Ybr>. Hello, Yul Brenner. Welcome to the site. (Unless you were here under another username then please what name?)>

User: Nisjesram, but I guess you already knew that. I can highly recommend the "ignore" function, or you will never hear the end of it.>

Heh heh! Might never hear the end of it, but then, it makes for great comedic grist for the laugh mill:

<<Lying. It's what liars do. <Diademas> is a liar> I make friends everywhere.

<Tedious spammer <diademas> needs [to] be humiliated and shamed publicly.> -Another satisfied customer.

<Can you imagine if your thinking and reasoning was as poised and untrained as <Diademas'>?> People know and love me.>

(How can your thinking be both poised and untrained??)

<<<Die-a-dumbass> You're the liar. [...] Not only an obnoxious idiot, but a liar at that!> Famous last words.

<[...] and Diademas. These godless liberal mutherfvckers [...] hypocrite asswipes> I am revered and respected in this community.

<Crooked (at)Diademas knows absolutely NO LIMITS. Sad!> No good deed goes unpunished.>

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