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|Oct-26-12|| ||harrylime: <HeMateMe: I have but two Iggys. I love everyone, for the most part(except for Americanophobic Brits). >|
You got me on ignore too ? ( he says in his best Brooklyn accent ) ..
|Oct-29-12|| ||Conrad93: Ignorance is bliss. It's easier to call someone a troll than it is to argue or reason against your transgressor.|
|Oct-30-12|| ||drnooo: ignore makes sense on sites where you play online and they keep interrupting with interruptions. otherwise let em talk, anybody. It's a free country ain't it?|
|Oct-30-12|| ||drnooo: besides, do you ever learn anything from
those whom you agree with? Not I.
Usually not much from those whom I disagree with either, but at least there's a chance there.
|Oct-30-12|| ||perfidious: <drnooo: besides, do you ever learn anything from those whom you agree with?....> |
You'd be surprised.
<....Not I. Usually not much from those whom I disagree with either, but at least there's a chance there.>
Why not leave the possibility of learning from anyone open to oneself?
Do you truly believe yourself incapable of learning anything substantive from others? If so, you either have a very low opinion of your own abilities, or are arrogant beyond belief.
|Oct-30-12|| ||harrylime: 'Ignore' on this site is childrens playground ...|
|Oct-31-12|| ||Conrad93: Perfidious makes an inarguable case.|
|Nov-29-12|| ||drnooo: agree is the term: it supposes a belief, so by definition if someone possesses the same, it's impossible to learn from
that. It does not suppose you yourself cannot go on from there and learn something else and build on it, but this is already close to sort of babble I detest. A rather stupid argument, but I stand on never putting anyone on ignore.
It's downright unmanly.|
|Nov-29-12|| ||drnooo: or perhaps even more to the point: keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.|
|Nov-29-12|| ||perfidious: <drnooo> Don Corleone had it right.|
He was the goods.
|Jan-04-13|| ||jackpawn: Any recent news about Spassky?|
|Jan-15-13|| ||leka: Spassky was 2598 rating player when he faced Fischer in 1992.Spassky the world ranking 167th.Fischer played 3 master games.The Rossolmo attack.Kings indian 9th move knight d7!!! Fischer 50 move win over Spassky 40th move knight h4! All the grandmaster did not found that one.But Fischer rating 2657 in the whole match|
|Jan-27-13|| ||Karpova: Feature article: http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/...|
|Jan-30-13|| ||edbermac: Happy Birthday, Boris Vasilievich!|
|Jan-30-13|| ||Abdel Irada: Spirit of 76?
Поздравляю с Днем Рождения, Boris.
|Jan-30-13|| ||Diocletian: Happy Birthday to a great sportsman, a real gentleman and a great player who gave chess decades of superb games. Have a good one, GM & WC Boris Spassky.|
|Jan-30-13|| ||andrewjsacks: <Diocletian> Very well said. Happy birthday to this chess giant and fine gentleman.|
|Jan-30-13|| ||Kikoman: Happy 76th Birthday WC Boris Spassky! ^^|
|Jan-30-13|| ||karnak64: Happy Birthday, champ!|
|Jan-30-13|| ||RookFile: Spassky did a lot of great things. To give one example: anybody who wants to play the closed Sicilian with white starts by examining Spassky's games against Geller.|
|Jan-30-13|| ||Wild Bill: Happy birthday, Boris Vasilyevich.|
|Jan-30-13|| ||TheFocus: Happy Birthday, Boris!|
|Mar-02-13|| ||Conrad93: The only thing going for Fischer was his obsessive fascination with chess.|
If chess dominated Spassky's life like it did Fischer's, there is a good chance he would have remained World Champion, or perhaps have exceeded Fischer himself.
|Mar-02-13|| ||perfidious: <Conrad93: The only thing going for Fischer was his obsessive fascination with chess....>|
In terms of what, pray tell?
<....If chess dominated Spassky's life like it did Fischer's, there is a good chance he would have remained World Champion, or perhaps have exceeded Fischer himself.>
Some days, you outdo yourself, even surpassing your cousin <jombar> for cheek-no mean feat, that!
|Mar-09-13|| ||Conrad93: Someone has trouble with reading comprehension...|
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