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jessicafischerqueen
Member since Sep-23-06
<LATVIAN CHESS HISTORY PROJECT>

Chessgames Editor Guide

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William Steckel

John D Roberts

Eugenios Mihail Antoniadi

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67th US Open (1966)

Game Collection: US Open 1966, Seattle

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LatvianChessHistory chessforum

Game Collection: Isaac Kashdan Life and Games Part 1

Game Collection: Isaac Kashdan Life and Games: Part 2

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Game Collection: New York vs London cable match 1927

Game Collection: 1st British Chess Federation championship 1904

Game Collection: 2nd British Chess Federation championship 1905

Game Collection: 34th British Chess Federation championship 1947

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> (January) 4th Trade Unions Championship

Game Collection: Moscow 1936 4th Trade Unions Championship

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<Howard Louis Dolde>

Howard Louis Dolde

Game Collection: Howard Louis Dolde life and games

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<Rostov-on-Don 1937> 1st Category tournament

Game Collection: Rostov-on-Don 1937 1st Category

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<Pyotr Izmailov> Pyotr Izmailov

Game Collection: Pyotr Izmailov life and games

Game Collection: Pyotr Izmailov Siberian opponents and others

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Game Collection: Australian Chess History

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Game Collection: Moscow 1915 1st Category

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<Semion Alapin>

Semion Alapin

Game Collection: Semion Alapin games

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<William Pollock>

William Pollock

Game Collection: William Pollock games

Game Collection: William Pollock games 2

Game Collection: William Pollock games 3

http://www.edochess.ca/players/p458...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willi...

https://www.chesshistory.com/winter...

https://www.365chess.com/players/Wi...

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<Franz Tendering>

Franz Tendering

Game Collection: Franz Tendering 3 games

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<Baltische Schachblatter>

<Heft 1>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 1

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<Heft 2>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 2

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<Heft 3>

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<Heft 4>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 4

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<Heft 5>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 5

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<Heft 6>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 6

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<Heft 7>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 7

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<Heft 7 part 2>

Game Collection: Baltische Heft 7 part 2

Game Collection: Riga 1899 1st Baltic Chess Congress

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<Heft 8>
Game Collection: Baltische Heft 8

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<August Loebbecke>

August Loebbecke

Steinitz vs A Loebbecke, 1896

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<MYSTERY> of Charles B Snow vs Henry Nathan Stone of the Stone-Waring variation of the Evans gambit:

Henry Nathan Stone

Quaterly for Chess History (Winter) 12/2004, pp. 276-289

Steinitz vs Pillsbury / Barry / Nelson / Snow, 1892

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evans...

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Mandarins of the Yellow Buttons

http://www.edochess.ca/batgirl/mand...

https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

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<Ludwig Otto Hesse>

Ludwig Otto Hesse

Game Collection: Ludwig Otto Hesse games

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Sophia Hesse

Anton Yost Hesse

Hermann Victor Hesse

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<Ghulam Fatima>

Ghulam Fatima

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<Sultan Khan>

Mir Sultan Khan

Game Collection: Sultan Khan games

Game Collection: Sultan Khan: Chess Biography

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<Sonja Graf-Stevenson>

Sonja Graf-Stevenson

Game Collection: Sonja Graf-Stevenson games

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<Reszo Charousek>

Rezso Charousek

Game Collection: Rezso Charousek games Vol. 1

Game Collection: Rezso Charousek games Vol. 2

<Dr Samuel Jacoby>

Samuel Jacoby

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Charousek / Marco / Suchting

Charousek / Marco / Suchting

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<Fred Dewhirst Yates>

Fred Dewhirst Yates

Game Collection: Fred Dewhirst Yates games

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<Rudi Kassel>

Rudolf Kassel

Game Collection: Rudi Kassel games

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<Nikolai Evgenivich Loran>

Nikolai Evgenevich Loran

Game Collection: Nikolai Loran Life and Games

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Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 19

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 20

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<Vytautas Barsauskas>

Vytautas Barsauskas

Game Collection: Vytautas Barsauskas games

http://www.ichessbase.com/icbcollec...

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<Romanas Vishomirskis>

Romanas Vishomirskis

Game Collection: Romanas Vishomirskis games

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<Andreas Ascharin>

Andreas Ascharin

Game Collection: Andreas Ascharin games

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<Hans Seyboth>

Hans Seyboth

Game Collection: Hans Seyboth games

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<Hermann Karl Eduard Clemenz>

Hermann Clemenz

Game Collection: Hermann Karl Eduard Clemenz games

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<Rudolf Spielmann> kibbutz

Spielmann vs E Canal, 1926 (kibitz #1)

User: tabanus

Game Collection: Baltische Schachblatter Heft 7 p. 317

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<Schaya Niemzowitsch>

Schaya Niemzowitsch

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<Alexander Petrov>

Alexander Petrov

Game Collection: Alexander Petrov games

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<Andrei Nikolaevich Khardin>

Andrei Khardin

Game Collection: Andrei Nikolaevich Khardin games

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<Moisei Elyashiv>

Moisei Elyashiv

Game Collection: Moisei Elyashiv games

http://www.edochess.ca/players/p117...

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<Paul List>

Paul List

Game Collection: Paul List Games

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<Mikhail Szebarszin>

Also spelled Mikhail Shebarshin, Mikhail Schebarshin, Mikhail Schebarschen

Mikhail Szebarszin

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<Pavel Ostrovsky>

Pavel Ostrovsky

Game Collection: Pavel Ostrovsky games

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<J Perlmutter> [bad player ID]

<Perlmutter> [bad player ID]

<J Perlmutter Games>

Game Collection: J.B. Perlmutter Games

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Rolf Voland, ""Strategem im Hinterland- Das UdSSR-Schach 1941-1945" (Schachverlag Kania, 1998)

Game Collection: USSR World War II Chess events 1941-1943

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<Arvids Vaits>

Arvids Vaits

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Nikolai Evgenevich Laurent / Vasily Modestovich Vladimirov

N E Loran / V M Vladimirov

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<Ligonis Berzins> Latvian chess prodigy.

Ligonis Berzins

Game Collection: Ligonis Berzins Latvian prodigy

http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-...

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<Martin Villemson> (Estonia)

Martin Villemson

https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

Game Collection: Martin Villemson Games

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<Povilas Berkavicius> (Lithuania)

Povilas Berkavicius

Game Collection: Povilas Berkavicius games

Game Collection: Pan European corr- final

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<M Birmanas> (Lithuania)

Mechislovas Birmanas

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<Paul (Povilas) Tautvaisas> (Lithuania)

Paul Tautvaisas

Game Collection: Paul Tautvaisis games

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Povil...

https://www.365chess.com/players/Po...

Chessbase "Tautvaisas"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithu...

https://web.archive.org/web/2007092...

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<Rashid Nezhmetdinov> (Russia USSR)

Rashid Nezhmetdinov

Game Collection: Nezhmetdinov Life and Games 1

Game Collection: Nezhmetdinov Life and Games 2

Game Collection: Nezhmetdinov Life and Games 3

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<E Sadovsky> (Russia USSR)

Evgeny Sadovsky

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<Vladimir Ostrogsky> Russia

Vladimir Fedorovich Ostrogsky

Game Collection: Vladimir Ostrogsky games

Game Collection: Moscow Championships

Game Collection: Chess Bulletin No. 10. May 15. 1913

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<Alexander Mikhailovich Iglitsky> (Russia USSR)

Alexander Mikhailovich Iglitsky

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Game Collection: Alexander Iglitsky Tournament Record

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<Yakov S Vilner> Russia (Odessa)

Yakov S Vilner

Game Collection: Yakov Vilner games

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<Boris Koyalovich>

Boris Koyalovich

Game Collection: Boris Koyalovich games

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<Arvid Kubbel> (Russia)

Arvid Kubbel

Game Collection: Arvid Kubbel and Leonid Kubbel games

Chessbase has games

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<Sergei F. Ballodit> (Russia - Ukraine)

Sergei F Ballodit

Game Collection: Sergei F. Ballodit games

http://www.edochess.ca/players/p921...

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User: Tabanus

Game Collection: 4 LATVIAN CHESS BOOKS

Game Collection: GAMES TO BE RE-SUBMITTED

Latvian Player Directory:

Game Collection: Kategorija:Latvijas šahisti

Latvian Chess Championships:

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latvi...

1938 Ranking of Latvian Chess Players, judged by <Karlis Betins>:

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/1938....

http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-...

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Game Collection: Rudolf Spielmann in Latvia 1934-1935

Game Collection: Riga championship 1934

Game Collection: Riga 1935 Olympic team training

Game Collection: Leningrad 1937 International Tournament

Game Collection: Tallinn 1938 1st Riga vs Tallinn Chess clubs

Game Collection: Riga 1938 2nd Riga vs Tallinn Chess clubs

Game Collection: Riga 1938-1939 7th Latvian congress

Game Collection: Riga 1939 Latvia vs. Estonia match

Game Collection: Rotterdam 1939 Netherlands vs. Latvia Match

Game Collection: Riga 1940 Municipal Officials

Game Collection: Riga championship 1940

Game Collection: Riga 1940 National Team Candidates

Game Collection: Kaunas 1941 Baltic SSR Team tournament

Game Collection: Riga 1944 Latvia/Estonia tournament

Game Collection: Riga 1945 Latvian Championship

Game Collection: Riga 1946 Fricis Apsenieks Memorial

Game Collection: Riga 1947 Latvian Championship

Game Collection: Riga 1948 Latvian Championship

Game Collection: Latvian Championship 1952 (a)

Game Collection: Latvian championship 1953

Game Collection: Latvian Championship 1954

Game Collection: Riga 1962 (open) Latvian championship Part 1

Game Collection: Riga 1962 (open) Latvian championship Part 2

Game Collection: Riga 1963 Latvian championship Koblents games

Game Collection: Riga 1963 Latvian championship Part 2

Game Collection: Jelgava 1932 4th Latvian congress

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Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 2

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 3

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 4

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 5

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 6

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 7

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 8

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 9

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 10

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 11

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 12

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 13

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 14

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 15

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 16

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 17

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 18

Game Collection: SHREDDER CHECKED PGNS FOR UPLOAD 19

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Game Collection: Chessdreamer List of pgns CORRECTED

Game Collection: Chessdreamer List of pgns CORRECTED 2

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Game Collection: GAMES TO BE SUBMITTED 5 1938- 1950

Game Collection: GAMES TO BE SUBMITTED 4.5 1928 - 1938

Game Collection: GAMES TO BE SUBMITTED 4

Game Collection: PGN examination

Game Collection: CORRECTION SLIPS 2019

Game Collection: UPLOADED GAMES 2019

Game Collection: UPLOADED GAMES 2019 2

Game Collection: UPLOADED GAMES 2019 3

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<Vladimir Petrov>

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Game Collection: Reiner Cafe Tournaments

Vladimir Petrov

Game Collection: NEW PETROV GAMES

Game Collection: Vladimirs Petrovs Tournaments/Matches 1923-1942

Game Collection: 3rd Latvian Chess Congress 1930-1931

Game Collection: SELL Student Olympiads

Game Collection: Vladimir Petrov - Rudolf Spielmann Match 1934

Game Collection: Latvia 40th Jubilee tournament 1938

Game Collection: Moravska Ostrava 1933

Game Collection: Lodz 1938

Game Collection: Lodz 1938 Research Materials

Game Collection: Bad Harzburg 1938

Game Collection: Kemeri 1939 Research Materials

Game Collection: Kemeri 1939

Game Collection: 6th Latvian Chess Congress 1937

Game Collection: 6th Latvian Chess Congress 1937 raw data

Game Collection: Sverdlovsk pgns

Game Collection: Sverdlovsk 1942 National Tournament

Game Collection: Sverdlovsk 1942 National Tournament 3 Voland tex

Game Collection: Sverdlovsk player provenance

Game Collection: Riga 1937 7th Latvia - Lithuania match

Game Collection: Rostov on Don 1941 USSR ch Semifinal

Game Collection: Rostov on Don 1941 USSR ch Semifinal PART 2

Game Collection: 1st Latvian SSR Chess Congress

Game Collection: Moscow 1942 National Tournament

Game Collection: Helsinki 1936 50-year Jubilee Tournament

Game Collection: Latvian Championship 1935

Game Collection: Riga Championship 1935-1936

Game Collection: 21st Moscow Championship 1941-1942

Game Collection: Chess Olympiads META LIST

Game Collection: 2nd Latvian Chess Congress

Game Collection: Kaunas 1934 Fourth Latvia vs. Lithuania Match

Game Collection: Reiner Cafe - 3 Masters

Game Collection: Kaunas 1941 Baltic SSR Team tournament

Game Collection: Riga 1941 Latvia SSR - Lithuania SSR Match

Game Collection: 3rd Latvian Chess Congress 1930-1931

Game Collection: 5th Latvian Chess Congress Riga 1934

Game Collection: 1st Latvian SSR Chess Congress

Game Collection: Latvia vs Lithuania: The Riga - Kaunas Matches

Game Collection: Moscow 1941 Demonstration tournament

Game Collection: Kaunas 1936 Fifth Latvia vs. Lithuania Match

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<City of Riga correspondence>

Game Collection: City of Riga and Latvian Cities corr

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<Riga Senior Club correspondence>

Game Collection: Latvian Chess Clubs correspondence

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<Pan-European correspondence - final>

Game Collection: Pan European corr- final

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<Grintals v. Kreicsteins Corr match>

Game Collection: Grintals v. Kreicsteins correspondence match

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Game Collection: Baltic Chess Congresses

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<Karl Behting>
Karlis Betins

Karl Behting

Game Collection: Karl Behting Chess games

Game Collection: Behting 75th Jubilee Latvian Gambit

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<Alfreds Hartmanis>

Alfreds Hartmanis

Game Collection: Alfreds Hartmanis games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfr%...

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<Janis Tontegode>

Janis Tontegode

Game Collection: Janis Tontegode games

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<T. Breede>

Theodore Breede
Teodors Briedis

Theodore Breede

Game Collection: Theodore Breede Games

Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol.I p.B-103

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<Piers Bohl>

Piers Bohl

Game Collection: Piers Bohl Games

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<Friedrich Amelung>

Friedrich Amelung

Game Collection: Friedrich Amelung games

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<H. Von Ehlert>

H von Ehlert

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<Eugen Karl Wagenheim>

Eugen Karl Wagenheim

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<Theodore Germann>

Teodors Germans

Theodore Germann

Game Collection: Theodore Germann games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teodo...

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<Karl Wilhelm Rosenkrantz>

Karl Wilhelm Rosenkrantz

Game Collection: Karl Wilhelm Rosenkrantz games

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<Paul Kerkovius>

Pauls Kerkoviuss

Paul Kerkovius

Game Collection: Paul Kerkovius games

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<Voldemars Svensons>

Voldemars Svensons

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<August Lueth>

Augusts Lits

August Lueth

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<Ottomar Heinrich von Haken>

Ottomar Heinrich von Haken

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<S. Lurie>

S Lurie

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<Janis Vilkins>

Janis Vilkins

Game Collection: Janis Vilkins games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C4%...

Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol. II, pp.V-51 to 52 (with photo and two games given)

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<Voldemars Vetra>

Voldemars Vetra

Game Collection: Voldemars Vetra games

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<M Nigals>

M Nigals

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<J Slezis>

Janis Slezis

Game Collection: Janis Slezis games

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<Janis Ulpe>

Janis Ulpe

Game Collection: Janis Ulpe games

Zemitis "Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol.II" p. U-6, U-7

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<Janis Peinbergs>

Game Collection: Janis Peinbergs games

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<Aron Nimzowitsch>

Aron Nimzowitsch

Game Collection: Aron Nimzowitsch games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%8...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aron_...

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<Hermanis Karlovich Mattisons>

Hermanis Mattison

Game Collection: Hermanis Mattison Games

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<Fricis Apsenieks>

Fricis Apsenieks

Game Collection: Fricis Apsenieks Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frici...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frici...

Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol. I, pp.A-52 to 54

http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/...

365Chess https://www.365chess.com/players/Fr...

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<Nikolajs Kampars>

Nikolajs Kampars

Game Collection: Nikolajs Kampars games

http://bdgpages.blogspot.com/2008/0...

http://bdgpages.blogspot.com/2012/0...

Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol.I pp.K-24-26

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<Arthur Teters>

Arthur Teters

Game Collection: Arthur Teters games

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<Movsa Feigin>

Movsa Feigin

Game Collection: Mosva Feigin biography

Game Collection: FEIGINS HOLDING PEN MAY 8 UPLOADS

Game Collection: Movsa Feigin Games 1926 -1941

Game Collection: Movsa Feigin Games 1926 -1941 part 2

Game Collection: Movsa Feigin Games 1926 -1941 part 3

Game Collection: Mar del Plata 1941

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<Teodors Bergs>

Teodors Bergs

Game Collection: Teodors Bergs Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teodo...

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<Alexander Koblents>

Alexander Koblents

Game Collection: Alexander Koblents Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aleks...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexan...

https://www.365chess.com/search_res...

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<Lucius Endzelins>

Lucius Endzelins

Game Collection: Lucius Endzelins Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C5%...

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<Milda Lauberte>

Milda Lauberte

Game Collection: Milda Lauberte Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milda...

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<Zara Nakhimovskaya>

Zara Nakhimovskaya

Game Collection: Zara Nakhimovskaya Games

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<Kira Zvorykina>

Kira Zvorykina

Game Collection: Kira Zvorykina games

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<I Stern> (MOLDAVIA)

to be distinguished from

<Vera E Sternina> (RUSSIA)

Vera E Sternina

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<Spikiene>

N.Spikiene

Spikiene

Game Collection: Spikiene and Ilana Rozental-Epshtein Games

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<Alberts Melnbardis>

Alberts Melnbardis

Game Collection: Alberts Melnbardis Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alber...

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<Tenis Melngailis>

Tenis Melngailis

Game Collection: Tenis Melngailis Games

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<Emilis Melngailis>

Emilis Melngailis

Game Collection: Emilis Melngailis Games

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<Wolfgang R Hasenfuss>

Wolfgang Hasenfuss

Game Collection: Wolfgang R Hasenfuss Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volfg...

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<Leonids Dreibergs>

Leonids Dreibergs

Game Collection: Leonids Dreibergs Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leon%...

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<Elmars Zemgalis>

Elmars Zemgalis

Game Collection: Elmars Zemgalis Games

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<John Pamiljens>

John Pamiljens

Game Collection: John Pamiljens games

http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-...

Leonids Dreibergs

Game(s) In Elmars Zemgailis biography

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<Voldemar Mezgailis>

Voldemar Mezgailis

Game Collection: Voldemar Mezgailis Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volde...

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<Karlis Alexander Ozols>

Karlis Ozols

Game Collection: Karlis Ozols Games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%C4%...

https://www.chess.com/article/view/...

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<Valerians Indulens>

Valerians Indulens

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valer...

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<Zigfrids Solmanis>

Zigfrids Solmanis

Game Collection: Zigfrids Solmanis Games

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<Indrikis Strazdins>

Indrikis Strazdins

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<Augusts Strautmanis>

Augusts Strautmanis

Game Collection: Augusts Strautmanis games

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augus...

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<Georgs Bezruchko>

Georgs Bezruchko

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<Viktors Rosenbergs>

Viktors Rosenbergs

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<Georgs Meiers>

Georgs Meiers

http://www.periodika.lv/periodika2-...

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<S Meiers>

S Meiers

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<Ernests Gize>

Ernests Gize

https://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernes...

Game Collection: Ernests Gize Games

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<Links>

Game Collection: Eastern Site codes for chess

Chessgames Country Codes

Game Collection Voting

User: WCC Editing Project

Game Collection: CORRECTION SLIPS 2019

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<Player Page ID tag instructions>

chessgames.com chessforum (kibitz #19896)

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Game Collection: Dmitry Kryakvin Petrovs Biography

Game Collection: To Haave and Haave Not

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Game Collection: Tournament Index Events

Game Collection: Chess in China

Chessgames Editor Guide

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"Holding bios" Biographer Bistro (kibitz #21138)

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<NEW EDITOR SUBMISSION PAGE>

https://www.chessgames.com/editor.h...

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   jessicafischerqueen has kibitzed 46315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-18-22 stevemcd87 chessforum (replies)
 
jessicafischerqueen: <MissScarlett> You wrote: <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.> I confirm that is the same result I get. I ran across this issue some time ago, and began ...
 
   May-17-22 Kenneth Rogoff (replies)
 
jessicafischerqueen: <perfidious> <twinlark> will never come back. He said as much right after <Daniel> died and <Mark Finan> and <Big Pawn> began a site wide crap spam argument. Unlike so many, many others, <twinlark> was never one of those many, many ...
 
   May-16-22 technical draw chessforum (replies)
 
jessicafischerqueen: <TD> ok, but that all sounds like a lot of work eh? In Canada we usually kiss her out behind the woodshed. Probably they had woodsheds in your home prefecture, but probably not for the last 100 years or so....
 
   May-15-22 Phony Benoni chessforum (replies)
 
jessicafischerqueen: <Phony Benoni> As I just reported, I also always used the numerical <0-0> syntax on uploads, and I did not get a rejection until two years ago when <Annie> figured it out. So I took her advice, switching to <O-O> syntax and there have been no ...
 
   May-15-22 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
jessicafischerqueen: <Jim> yes there is a lot of history behind larger than life figures such as <Bill Graham>, a history prone to exaggeration in the memories of all involved perhaps. <Graham> did a lot to promote a whole new set of acts during the <Filmore East> ...
 
   May-15-22 Franz Lustig
 
jessicafischerqueen: Thanks to <mifralu>, we now have two Franz Lustig games from the <1927-1928 Kautsky Memorial Tournament> in Prague: http://www.edochess.ca/tournaments/... Flohr vs F Lustig, 1928 F Lustig vs Hromadka, 1928 === In this tournament Lustig finished clear 2nd ...
 
   May-15-22 F Lustig vs Hromadka, 1928
 
jessicafischerqueen: This game score was originally posted by <mifralu>, who found it in the <'Neues Wiener Abandblatt' 26 Jan, 1928.> https://anno.onb.ac.at/cgi-content/... ================= <mifralu's> original post: Franz Lustig (kibitz #8)
 
   May-14-22 K Erdeky vs H L Dolde, 1911
 
jessicafischerqueen: Discovery and documentation of this game courtesy of <Jean Defuse>: Howard Louis Dolde (kibitz #2)
 
   May-14-22 Sean Pagaduan
 
jessicafischerqueen: Nice one brah! You are in the database historical record of all time now.
 
   May-13-22 Theodor Von Zabern
 
jessicafischerqueen: Full name documentation from http://www.edochess.ca/players/p379... , courtesy of <Jean Defuse>.
 
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Feb-01-22  TheBirdman33: <Jess> This is quite incredible, but I am doing the exact same thing at the moment, with regards to picking a random game, and then... allow me to illustrate, it is this game:

D Nyamdorj vs Nicolas Skettos, 2016

It's the names that had me pick this one, quite a unique pawn-mass here after move 31.h4 - here's the FEN


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I took over from <Nyamdorj> - who plays in the Vancouver area if you believe it - and I wanted to "collect" that pesky white pawn to get the biggest black central pawn mass in history, I'll skip the drama from here on....


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This is 6 moves on from the previous FEN -- How to proceed?

Engine evals are quite worthless in these cases, since nothing ought to be able to stop this avalanche, and a piece must be sacrificed by White in order to save life short term...


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This is after 46 moves, White (my engine) plays 47. Bg2, I play <f3>

After a few more moves, after the B is sacked, and white has captured with the Knight on <D4>, this is what remains


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Feb-01-22  TheBirdman33: contd.: of course I have to praise my engine for a stout defence, but the above endgame ought to be winning for Black --- quite laborious, but the technical conversion, smoothly, is <invaluable practice>...

This is what I like to do, and do, when studying and trying to improve my piece coordination, aiming for <full board control> -- great to hear you have been so active, with correspondence, as well.

I remember vividly that we talked about this type of training, as you recalled, from our studies at the then <Max Euwe Center>.

Considering this is now some 15 years ago, in itself quite remarkable...

It's middle of the night here, dutch time 02.30 am, gotta walk my doggie now, but the conversion was quite the challenge, to avoid traps and as I said, making it appear "smoothly".

<chessmoron> indeed he was omnipresent at the time helping out all newcomers in the most generous way imagineable.

Feb-02-22  TheBirdman33: Let's see if this post will get you to <<< 1400 >>> pages

<Jess>, I wanted to ask, since I referred to the Vancouver Area in a previous post, if you are back there?

If you want to keep it secret I understand.

I remember we regarded it as an event back then to reach 100 forum pages, and we, and Dom as well, got kinda competitive about it, who was "in the lead" which, looking back, seemed a bit immature, though quite fun at the time.

Feb-02-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  chancho: No static at all...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdo...

Feb-02-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  jessicafischerqueen:

<Lotsapoppa>

Beautiful FM radio static by Steely Dan!

Feb-02-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<The Bird is the Word>

lolol I surely remember that...

The situation quickly devolved once we understood that 25 posts made up one forum page, and that the length of the posts made no difference...

Yes, it was all downhill from there as <chessmoron> and <I> went after <Chess Classics>, who had the most popular forum at that time. Remember him? He was a school kid and a very fine cg.com member.

How did we do this? Spamming, of course... I posted the word "quack" in my forum many thousands of times, one after the other...

<chessmoron> retaliated by posting chess problems and then "answering them" in the next post, using a sock puppet...

<Chess Classics'> immortal post from that era: "You jerks! I used to have the most popular forum around here!"

And then the end....

<Daniel> got wind of this and took SEVERE ACTION although not nearly as severe as when he forced <domdaniel> to delete every single dirty pun he and I had put in his forum. It took <dom> weeks to get rid of them all...

First, <Daniel> canceled the "Most popular forum" from the Statistics page.

Then he emailed me and said "If you post 'quack' one more time I am going to lock your forum and make you clean up every one of the thousands of 'quacks' you already put in there...

I have no idea how <Daniel> threatened <chessmoron>, but it must have happened because the "fake chess problem spamming" in his forum stopped... with suspicious suddenness....

lolol

Feb-03-22  TheBirdman33: <JessieBigBrain> That's hilarious, plus the detailedness of you memory!!

I'd largely forgotten about that, but it's all true!!

Haha - I did not remember Daniel cancelling the popular forum stat- what a rowdy mob we turned into, drove Daniel up the wall, it seriously got out of hand, yes I remember the Quacks coming in dozens a day, didn't take the site owners headaches away...

Priceless, though, how you recalled that with such detail.

Feb-03-22  TheBirdman33: <ChessClassics' Immortal Post>

Ah, still rolling on the floor laughing... Feels good!

Must admit though that I did not partake in the <race> if I remember correctly, and got quite annoyed by the QUACKs as well, the dirty puns though was not really necessary, was it? I mean the reaction... Daniel was really having enough with some if not all of us, add to that all the "frog"bert fights at the Carlsen page...

Maybe I was laughing so hard because I secretly maliciously enjoyed that. oooh

Feb-03-22  TheBirdman33: And apologies for multiple posting, but I couldn't leave without asking:

Were you and Branko good friends before I joined ? I guess so -- Branko and I became good friends as time passed, and it was a privilege to have known him, and have conversations with on a variety of topics, such a kind man. Sortof a father figure, I guess to both of us... Good memories, great sense of humour, loyal to chess history and the great players, keeping track of their birthdays, and such a naturally talented chess player, he didn't need engines at all.

Feb-03-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<Birdmentor>

At the time you and I first got to know each other, I believe <Branko> was already mentoring me, like he did for virtually every new member.

I was indeed a privilege to know him! A kind, expansive man with a sense of humor, strong chess player and strong analyst. I believe Branko lived in Vancouver, although I did not. I was nearby though. But soon I left for Quebec and lived there a very long time- and then spent 14 years in Korea. Now I am in a small farm village in B.C.

HOWEVER I have no cows!

Quite right we were immature madcaps and certainly there was no excuse for me and <Dom's> hijinks. <Dom> was always a rebel, and he was dead set against any form of censorship. He actually came up with the idea as a "test case" to see how far the posting guidelines would really be enforced.

I don't know if <Daniel> didn't notice at first, or if he noticed right away and then let us hang ourselves good and proper before swooping in with a good thrashing!

I suspect the latter... the dirty pun contest lasted weeks until <Daniel> lowered the boom. <Dom> complained a bit to <Daniel> about how big a job it was to delete all of them, and he kept "hedging" by telling <Daniel> he had "finished" and then <Daniel> would check and never fail to find the lingering dirty puns... and <Dom> would still resist with a "well this one's not THAT dirty..."

Eventually every last one of them was gone and that was the end of it..

LESSON LEARNED

But for how long....

Feb-03-22  TheBirdman33: <Jess: But for how long....> heh --Dunno, but that was some severe punishment, if you manually ARE FORCED to delete to the very end, must have taken some time, poor <Dom>,<daniel> was tough on Gerry...

But for how long --- I remember that phrase, it made you laugh, it involved a "bucket of cold water" if you get my drift... No one else gets it that's for sure - even if they "search kibitz", which I can't, no need, it is all stored "somehow" in that spongy matter.

But you and Branko were by far my closest friends here, no contest, with also some serious ups and downs, but I seem to remember the ups far more easily, plus they outweigh the downs a thousandfold.

Did you get back from Korea prior to 2020?

I still remember us talking about your trying to get the VISA , the walks with <Fatso>, just prior to your move to Korea, -- I was attempting a little retro calculation, but never mind, you got back safely, which is the most important.

I'd love to live on a farm, as close to nature as possible.

But....

Feb-03-22  TheBirdman33: <Jess> You might wanna check this one out:

US Championship (1946)

Unbelievable score by Sammy Reshevsky, mind boggling, really. Speaking of tearing up a field; this is next level stuff.

Mar-03-22  TheBirdman33: Hi Ho!

<Jess> <the admin manual>

On the subject of volunteer editing, what a brilliant instruction manual has been written for volunteer editors!! - I am reading it the last few days, the <chessgames editor's guide>, and was wondering if you know who wrote the concept for that, I assume Daniel back in the day... And related to that, I recall you perhaps in response to someone mentioning that at the height of volunteer activity there were over 50 active ones?! - I was curious as to what period/year that was. And did you use the editor's guide yourself?

- - - - - - -

And a while ago I cleaned my email account out entirely, which cost me weeks I think, but I saved a dozen from that entire period, including one from you, and one from Branko. Both wonderful.

Yours is an email from 4 oct. 2007, and my question is, do you still use that account?

Thing is there are two subjects, nothing too weighty or anything, that I would like to tell you about in private, if that's ok.

Plus a little bonus, that is if you haven't seen these yet:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRC... - Alekhine interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAd... - Mikhail Botvinnik contra Euwe, blind speed chess

The uploader, <Endspiel48>, has some stunning rare footage on offer. Most of it is in dutch, but you can enable the translation setting, I hope!

Mar-03-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<TheBirdsMan by Alfred Hitchcock>

Yes the Editor's guide is a handy link to be sure. I would be surprised if anyone other than <Daniel> set that up. He may have gotten help from his partner, but I have no knowledge about this. Daniel loved the coding and the setting up of new features. Remember when you said his "chessgamesforum" was HARD WIRED to address coding complaints first? Heh... do you remember that? I still think about that and laugh...

Yes you may reach me at the same email as always- jessicafischerqueen@yahoo.com

If that's the account you got the email from, then it is indeed the one I still use. If the account said jessicafischerqueen@hotmail.com that was deleted more than 10 years ago because of the frisky viagra ad spamming. That was quite a scandal I can tell you. So could my mother! She wondered why she was getting viagra ads every time I sent her an email...

Yes I have downloaded many materials from the excellent <Endspiel>, some of which I have put into a chess documentary or two. I hadn't seen the two you posted though, which is grand thank you!

Or else I saw them so long ago I forgot about them. Either way, it makes no difference. I experienced them as new eh....

Are you enjoying your new editing access?

Mar-04-22  TheBirdman33: <Jess> ah- it was indeed the account you deleted 10 yers ago...

Goodness me I remember so many things, just thinking out loud here, and I was wondering, speaking of Dutch posters here at <chessgames>, if you remember the incredible <brawl> that ensued when I talked daily with <dakgootje>, mostly in Dutch, but also mixed with English, and <JoeWMS> was following those discussions at both our forums, misinterpreted my "translation" of the word <dakgoot>, and the rest is history... It drove me straight to the bottle, I left CG for a while, but in the end there was some clearing up of misinterpretations and I managed to pick up things up a bit later... Never mind, I just felt a little shudder even 15+ years after the fact...

I remember you called him <dagootke> - spelled like this - but most guys/girls used the abbrrrrrr-eviated <Dak>

The memories of those years 2005-2008 are like a <Giant Burlap Bag> that you put your arm in with your eyes closed....

Don't keep that arm in <for too long...>

Where are we? - Aha, <Aljechin> - his brilliant remark from that interview was, or is, "no need for prodigious line memorization skills, just look ahead" - paraphrased... I really dig that, he and Max Euwe must have been polar opposites, and they were quite good friends.

Just like <Magic and Bird>. <Bird and Magic> - it sounds great both ways.

OK then, or <OKIDOKI> as the word goes in Dutch!

Mar-04-22  TheBirdman33:

<<<<<<< 1400 >>>>>>>

I guess I passed the 10,000 kibitzes mark around 2008; you were there quite a bit earlier if I R C -- which is quite a lot come to think about it, ten thousand messages... You are approaching 46,000 now

To answer your question- I <will> enjoy the editing access, I hope, once I get the hang of it, the acquisition of the correct <technique> - plus I really love doing some research, improving Bio's and such, a bit like a young assistant librarian on the move at 6AM, having gotten the spare key for the first time...

Nothing can replace a <for the first time> experience, it's like a <unique snowflake> - that was a kinda silly quote from a film I've watched too many times btw, it just popped up. heh

HINT: Michael Madsen

Mar-04-22  TheBirdman33: <Hard Wired>

I do remember that, certainly, but not really that I coined that phrase first... That's why I left that part out there, for a bit...

My memory is not as clear on that as yours is-- you do have a remarkable memory.

I was in some sort of therapy called <Bad Cluster Elimination> - later turning out to be some kind of scam - but it was based on <novel> theories on how memories are stored in clusters, including sights, sounds and smells, and more importantly the feelings of joy and elation- or shame and failure on the other side of the spectrum- that sort of <hard wire> those experiences and memories of them, in your brain. These cannot be <erased>.

At this point <Dom>, or <Hitman88> could be chiming in...

Mar-04-22  TheBirdman33: <Remember when you said his "chessgamesforum" was HARD WIRED to address coding complaints first? Heh... do you remember that? I still think about that and laugh...>

Now I get it, I had to let it marinate-- and it relates to the cluster theory I pushed earlier, in that I did remember your recollection as quoted, but I could not remember If 1) I had <read> it, nor if I had <reacted> to it, and 3) neither if I was the one who <wrote> that ... there just was a recognition, but because there was little to no emotional component in my cluster, it had faded...

For you however, it triggered a feeling and response because of what you felt at the time, something I did not feel, unless you would have told me then and there. It amused you...

Not to belabor this, but I clearly remember your response to me (you liked the "name") when I talked to you about the brothers <Nowee>, co-writing a western series of adventures that I adored as a boy, yet you were probably busy doing all kinds of stuff, while I was reliving some of those adventures as I typed at the time. It even spurred me on to relocate all those books/novels, gather them, and decided to read back some to help me relax and relive some great memories, similar in a way to what we are doing now...

But we both were very generous towards eachother, and I remember an exchange you had with <twinlark> about how people from CG are somehow categorized in certain groups, by you and him, and how they compared, whether they matched or not wasn't really the issue.

I never commented on that; I recognized the theme immediately, though -- sometimes you just read and soak up; listen and learn.

Mar-07-22  TheBirdman33: Hey <JC Hess>, have a look at


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click for larger view

White to play (and win) in both diagrams

Working this out to a "T" is one stiff assignment, for example in the first diagram, only <4> moves win, whereas one quite tempting move for White, <draws> ....... Place the BK on <C4> - and <only one> move wins

Second Diagram: White to play, ought to win ... but (again!) place the BK on <C4>, and 1. Ne8-f6 <loses>, whereas with the BK on <C5>, 1.Nf6 does win

Since neither we, nor a machine on 30 seconds per move, "play perfectly", this is quite valuable practice, and fun as well, coz if you get stuck or even go bananas if you can't beat the darn abacus, there is a 6-men tablebase program that will show, rephrase, can help you along, discovering the correct approach and acquire the technique in order to convert these type challenges.

I have been doing this quite recently, including setting up, composing, these little endgame studies. It never bores me, really, except if you spend longer than 2 hours straight sweating on it.

Mar-11-22
Premium Chessgames Member
  chancho: I'll be there shining your Japan, sparkling your China...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1f...

Mar-16-22  TheBirdman33: Hi <Jess>! - Flightless <Bird> Alert

Sorry it took a while, but it was worth the "while" ;)

May-05-22  technical win: I'll nomanite <JointForcesQuarterly> as honarory member of da Candadian Cheese W/man Teem 4 da Cheddar Olympyad 2220
May-08-22
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  thegoodanarchist: quack

sorry, couldn't resist! :)

May-10-22
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  jessicafischerqueen:

<TheHumorousAnteater>

lol quack is welcome!

May-15-22
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  thegoodanarchist: QUACK QUACK!!!

(<jfq> you shouldn't encourage me to such things!)

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