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Li Wu vs Peter Michalik
Wch U16 (2005), Belfort FRA, rd 7, Jul-25
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1-0



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  Willem Wallekers: Advanced search on the home page doesn't work for names like this one.
Dec-12-07  Archives: Indeed.

I thought they would be sneaky and do a 38 move game by "NN".

Dec-12-07  Towershield: I thought they meant first or last name, not both of them together @#$%

The clue about prime numbers and pi would have been easy for me. Too bad I was offline at the time.

Better luck next time I guess.

Dec-12-07  Towershield: But there are many games that could've fit that description if so. Oh well...
Dec-12-07  syracrophy: <The number of letters in White's name, multiplied by the number of moves in the game, is 76.>

I'm wondering how can they solve riddles like this

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  WannaBe: 76 is even... hence:

76 = 2 x 38
76 = 4 x 19

There are no other divisors for 76, because 19 have no divisors, and 4 would be 2 x 2.

So, you're probably looking for a game that ended in 19 moves and the player have 2 letters in their first/last name. Or single letter first name, with a three letters in their last name...

Or a game that ended in 38 moves, but the name of the player is only 2 letters...

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  Phony Benoni: Or a 4 move game with a 19-letter player, like V Agzamov vs Veremeichik, 1968
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  fm avari viraf: BRIS-Back Rank Immunodeficiency Syndrome. Here Black is found positive.

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