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Igor V Glek vs Ilya Frog
Russian Championship (1995), Elista RUS, rd 3, Oct-??
Four Knights Game: General (C46)  ·  1-0

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Oct-24-06  syracrophy: 29.Bf8!! <29...Rgxf8 30.Bg6+ Kg7 31.Qh7#; 29...Kh7 30.Bxf7#; 29...Bh7 30.Bxd6 ; 29...Qxf8 30.Bg6+ Kg7 31.Qh7#; 29...Rg7 30.Bxd6 >
Oct-24-06  TrueFiendish: The amphibian sure got a lesson there.
Oct-25-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  technical draw: What did Rybka say to I Frog? I, Robot! hahahahaha!
Oct-25-06  Open Defence: <What did Rybka say to I Frog> "Rybyte"
Oct-25-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  WannaBe: What? You haven't croaked yet?
Oct-25-06  Open Defence: I'll have some flies with that ;-p
Oct-25-06  Chess Classics: <syracrophy> Maybe you didn't notice, but I think you're the only one who went through the game...

Regards,
CC

Oct-27-06  syracrophy: <Chess Classics> Sorry but I didn't undertood what you said :-)

My english is very poor as you will notice :-D

Regards,
syracrophy

Oct-29-06  Chess Classics: <syracrophy> Sorry about that-my joke was more intended towards WannaBe and Open Defence-it was lame anyway. Cheers!

Regards,
CC

Oct-31-06  syracrophy: <Chess Classics> LOL :-)
Nov-01-06  Archives: <<What did Rybka say to I Frog> "Rybyte">

I dont get it!? Im so dumb it's a marvel I can cross a room without ending up on fire or covered in graffiti and feathers.

Nov-01-06  Archives: Oh wait, I get it now!
Nov-01-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  keypusher: Nice game! Shame about the kibitzing.
Nov-01-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  keypusher: ...but just to get in the spirit of things,

Can I view thee panting, lying
On thy stomach, without sighing;
Can I unmoved see thee dying
On a log,
Expiring frog!

Say, have fiends in shape of boys,
With wild hallo, and brutal noise,
Hunted thee from marshy joys,
With a dog,
Expiring frog!

Ode to an Expiring Frog, Mrs. Leo Hunter

Jun-04-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: Ilya had a frog in the throat.
Dec-13-09  WhiteRook48: 29 Bf8!! Qxf8 30 Bg6+ Kg7 31 Qh7#
ingenious sacrificial combination
Dec-13-09  Dravus: Gordon Glekko defeats frog. An ogre beats UNCLE's amphibious Ilya Kuryakin.
Dec-10-16
Premium Chessgames Member
  whiteshark: <29.Bf8!! > frog face
Dec-10-16  lentil: Why 15. Ba3. Well, after ... ed 16 cd (or ... ef 16 gf) 16 ... Nxe4 (or 16 ... Bxe4 17 Bxe4 Nxe4) the N/e4 is pinned to the queen, and black cannot play ...d5.
Dec-10-16  lentil: And then there's 29 Bf8!!
May-25-17  morfishine: "Toad in the Road"

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