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   MissScarlett has kibitzed 18401 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-17-22 Biographer Bistro (replies)
 
MissScarlett: The obvious examples are those of computer cheats, but it's not always clear which players have been punished by FIDE, by their national federations or by both. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheat... The wider issue is that chess is poorly served in terms of publicly available ...
 
   May-17-22 stevemcd87 chessforum (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Well, it works, but the game doesn't show up as a link in the Processed Submissions list. You have to find the GID from the Raw Data log.
 
   May-16-22 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
MissScarlett: We need to talk about Kev....is he up to the job?
 
   May-15-22 Steinitz vs J Buck, 1883 (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Buck, Seguin and Dunn were from New Orleans. Steinitz was there for a month’s engagement from late December 1882. His previous stop had been Baltimore.
 
   May-14-22 Yuri L Averbakh (replies)
 
MissScarlett: Pickling a liver in vinegar is better than vodka.
 
   May-14-22 Sam Shankland
 
MissScarlett: See Shankland vs Sean Pagaduan, 2022 How many boards were there?
 
   May-14-22 Morphy vs J Kipping, 1858
 
MissScarlett: <Lowenthal had the same move order when he originally published the game in the <Era> of September 26th 1858, p.5.> But the <Era> of October 10th, p.5, printed a correction, <we regret to find that the move printed as 12th on both sides should be the 10th. ...
 
   May-14-22 de Riviere vs Morphy, 1858
 
MissScarlett: <paulmorphy1969: The date of this match is not known, it is known that it was played in the spring so between (1st March - 31st May)> Why did you claim this? Your next comment indicates you're now aware it was played in September 1858. <.As you can understand, this is ...
 
   May-14-22 Morphy vs J L Preti, 1858
 
MissScarlett: <Black's move 10 and 11 - 10...Nc6 and 11...d6 - seem to be reversed.> Yes, that accords with the version printed in the <ILN> of October 16th, and appears here as an alternative version: https://www.chessgames.com/perl/dup... . Note the <ILN> - which ...
 
   May-14-22 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
MissScarlett: <There's nothing much I can tell you about this war. It's like all wars, I suppose. The undertakers are winning it.>
 
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The Enigma of Howard Staunton

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Dec-22-21
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  Teyss: Apologies for misunderstanding the instructions, I thought "however terrible" = "make them as terrible as possible."
I should have included references to comic operas.
Dec-22-21
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  MissScarlett: What is a <White Reindeer Gift>? Come up with something feasible and I might use it.
Dec-23-21
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  Teyss: OK, OK, might have been fast on some of them, will redo today.
Like your puns are perfect.
Oops, not a good idea to make fun of the jury.
Dec-29-21
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  jessicafischerqueen:

Thanks for telling me how to change the name from a player page without destroying 500 years of kibbutzing.

I appreciate your patience eh.

Jan-14-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

Thanks yet again for timely advice:

chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #37267)

I appreciate that. I hadn't considered the points you made in that post.

Jan-14-22  trumpreallydumped: <<jess>, you've got to hold off effectively trying to get <caisso> the boot. >

It appears that <caisso> has very effective plot-armor.

Jan-14-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

lol <Z> that is you, no?

I wonder if 5 years ago we would imagine pitching up together in <MissScarlett's> forum for a substantive, cordial conversation?

And yet here we are...

Jan-14-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<MissScarlett>

I wonder if you know some information I currently don't know.

I want to upload a correspondence game, and in the past I have merely put "Corr" in the Event Tag.

Does this automatically add an official "game type Correspondence" designation to the uploaded pgn when it is published? Or do I have to do another step?

If you know about this, please let me know how to make sure the game will have an official Correspondence designation?

Jan-15-22  trumpreallydumped: <<JFQ> lol <Z> that is you, no?>

Z truth will set you free.

Jan-15-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<Z truth> well under any name, I'm glad to see you back in action eh...

Jan-15-22  trumpreallydumped: Speaking of plot-armor:

chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #37297)

So brilliantly plausible that I missed it.

* * * * *

<I'm glad to see you back in action eh...>

I'm always just a snooze away.... Zzzzzz.... I

Jan-16-22
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  MissScarlett: <Does this automatically add an official "game type Correspondence" designation to the uploaded pgn when it is published?>

I'm not sure, but I think so. The games I submit are invariably classical, which serves I believe as the default designation. As you're, no doubt, aware, when a game is uploaded, the game type is initially unassigned, but within a short period, it reverts to the default designation. That is unless, and here is where I enter the realm of supposition, the system has an algorithm which checks the Event/Site tags for strings such as <blind> <simul>, <corr>, <rapid>, etc. and it uses these to assign the relevant game type. So I suggest you test my theory and see if, within, say, 12 hours, your submitted correspondence game carries the correct designation.

The good news is that if it doesn't you can, of course, rectify the issue. On the correction slip page, there's a pull down menu labelled <Change Event>. Just choose the one you need, remember to <Update Game> and it should be done.

Jan-29-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<MissScarlett>

Thank you for such useful information.

I have some ancient blitz games and 30/30 games I want to upload from <John Hilbert's> "Essays in American Chess History" but I don't want to cock it up eh...

Feb-25-22  George Wallace: Forgive me, I've just woken up and it's after the Olympics...

Has the invasion begun yet?

Mar-15-22
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  Tabanus: Louis Savage (1892-1925).
Apr-09-22
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  Tabanus: Charles Derek Simpson Paffley (1925-1958)
May-03-22
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  Tabanus: Frantisek Schubert (1894-1942)
May-03-22
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  saffuna: I Swan vs I Hera, 2012

The pun writes itself. I submitted it months ago.

May-04-22
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  Teyss: Following your invitation Steinitz vs C Newman, 1882 (kibitz #30). My humour is generally dubious but I was unexpectedly inspired with Tal vs Miles, 1983 (The woods are lovely, dark and deep), Tal vs Quinteros, 1987 (2 + 2 = Five) and Q Johnson vs N Cummings, 1997 (Bishop - Rook EXchange, Isolani, Tactics). If you can understand them, that is.

And for the road Sax vs Sveshnikov, 1977 (Careful with That Sax, Eugene). The rest is crap.

May-04-22
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  MissScarlett: <(The woods are lovely, dark and deep)>

Don't understand.

<(2 + 2 = Five)>

Ditto unless it's a general reference to Tal magic.

<Bishop - Rook EXchange, Isolani, Tactics>

Not a pun.

< (Careful with That Sax, Eugene)>

It had come to my attention.

May-04-22
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  saffuna: But you don't know how <Hera> and <Swan> are related. The great, superior, cultured <missscarlett> doesn't know.

I don't understand many of the puns either, but I look them up and am plesed to find out why many of them work.

May-04-22
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  Teyss: <Don't understand.>
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
..." Also see below.

<Ditto unless it's a general reference to Tal magic.> 🤦‍♂️ "You must take your opponent into a deep dark forest where 2+2=5" said by... guess who. Also look at the player's name and number of moves.

<Not a pun.> 🤦‍♂️ Look at the capitals and the players' names.

That's what I though, too cultural and subtle for you. Will stick to "Playing for the Throne" type.

May-04-22
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  Teyss: <saffuna> Looked at your submission in the list, "Hera's Revenge" is excellent but probably too subtle for Missy. For her defence, it is a partly hidden reference.
May-04-22
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  saffuna: <For her defence, it is a partly hidden reference.>

But that's the point of many of the better puns.

And, where do I find that list?

May-04-22
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  Teyss: <saffuna: But that's the point of many of the better puns.> Agreed but apparently not for Her Majesty.

<And, where do I find that list?> https://www.chessgames.com/perl/sho... Courtesy of Her Highness.

Now we have to be fair to Missy, she has hundreds of puns to review whilst we just enjoy/bash one per day, having all the time to appreciate/criticise its humour/inanity, hence in her haste she could be missing half-hidden gems.

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