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Old December 10th 03, 09:36 PM
Ah Fooy
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I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.
I have white, friend has blck

1. E2-E4
D7-D5
2. E4-D5
D8-D5
3. B1-C3
D5-C6
4. F1-B5
E7-E5
5. B5-C6
B8-C6
6. G1-F3
C8-E6
7. B2-B3
F8-D6
8. C1-B2
G8-F6
9. D2-D3
E8-C8
10. D1-D2
E6-D5
11. E1-C1
D5-F3
12. G2-F3
C6-D4
13. F3-F4
E5-F4
14. F2-F3
D4-F3
15. D2-E2
F3-H2
16. H1-H2
H8-E8
17. E2-D2
G7-G5
18. D1-E1
H7-H5
19. C3-B5
E8-E1
20. D2-E1
D8-E8
21. H2-E2
E8-E2
22. E1-E2
F6-G4
23. E2-E8


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Old December 10th 03, 10:30 PM
Roman M. Parparov
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Ah Fooy wrote:
I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.


Look for another hobby?

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weather forecasters.
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Old December 10th 03, 11:42 PM
Ah Fooy
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That was rude. Why would you say that?
"Roman M. Parparov" wrote in message
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Ah Fooy wrote:
I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.


Look for another hobby?

--
Roman M. Parparov - NASA EOSDIS project node at TAU technical manager.
Email: http://www.nasa.proj.ac.il
Phone/Fax: +972-(0)3-6405205 (work), +972-(0)51-34-18-34 (home)
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The economy depends about as much on economists as the weather does on
weather forecasters.
-- Jean-Paul Kauffmann



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Old December 10th 03, 11:48 PM
Ricardo Gibert
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"Ah Fooy" wrote in message ink.net...
I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.
I have white, friend has blck

1. E2-E4
D7-D5
2. E4-D5
D8-D5
3. B1-C3
D5-C6
4. F1-B5
E7-E5


Since this is apparently a skittles games, my policy is to resign as White at this point and find a different opponent. I don't want
my time wasted.

[snip]



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Old December 11th 03, 12:06 AM
Ted
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Default Please analyze (newb)

Don't pay any attention to Roman Parparov. He is always rude. He probably
still lives at home with his domineering mother.

Ted


Ah Fooy wrote:
That was rude. Why would you say that?


"Roman M. Parparov" wrote in message
...
Ah Fooy wrote:
I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.


Look for another hobby?



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Old December 11th 03, 01:44 AM
Claus-Jürgen Heigl
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Ah Fooy wrote:

I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.
I have white, friend has blck

1. E2-E4
D7-D5
2. E4-D5
D8-D5
3. B1-C3
D5-C6
4. F1-B5


Not much to analyse, the game is apparently over already. After that
blunder not much else did happen. Material was traded down, a little
bit more wood was given away and the big material advantage aquired in
the 4th move decided the game.

My impression is that you improved over the game posted yesterday.
But you should play a stronger opponent. You will not learn much
of games like this.

Claus-Juergen
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Old December 11th 03, 02:10 AM
Ah Fooy
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Thank you for your time.

"Claus-Jürgen Heigl" wrote in message
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Ah Fooy wrote:

I'm not even sure what to make of this, so I brought it here.
I have white, friend has blck

1. E2-E4
D7-D5
2. E4-D5
D8-D5
3. B1-C3
D5-C6
4. F1-B5


Not much to analyse, the game is apparently over already. After that
blunder not much else did happen. Material was traded down, a little
bit more wood was given away and the big material advantage aquired in
the 4th move decided the game.

My impression is that you improved over the game posted yesterday.
But you should play a stronger opponent. You will not learn much
of games like this.

Claus-Juergen



 




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