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G Key
Number of games in database: 8
Years covered: 1922 to 1928
Overall record: +1 -3 =4 (37.5%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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C49 Four Knights (2 games)

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 page 1 of 1; 8 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. De Brie vs G Key 1-0261922UtrechtC29 Vienna Gambit
2. G Key vs G Bosscha  ½-½531922The Hague DD-BD00 Queen's Pawn Game
3. H van Hartingsvelt vs G Key  ½-½401924ASC-NRSVC44 King's Pawn Game
4. G Key vs I Censer  1-0211926Antwerp-RotterdamB02 Alekhine's Defense
5. G Key vs E Lancel 0-1221926BEL-NEDD52 Queen's Gambit Declined
6. A Speijer vs G Key  ½-½371926NRSV-VASC49 Four Knights
7. J H Lohr vs G Key  ½-½281927ASC-NRSVC49 Four Knights
8. H van Hartingsvelt vs G Key  1-0321928NRSV-ASCD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
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Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Out of prep already?

Study your prepositions when you get home ok?

Also, read something about how to read properly 'cause you're obviously doing it all wrong.

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: A copypasta for copypasta.
Here's a little novelty theory, I mean ditty...

Mairzy doats and dozy doats
And liddle lamzy divey
A kiddley divey too,
Wouldn't you?

If the words sound queer and funny to your ear,
A little bit jumbled and jivey,
Sing "Mares eat oats and does eat oats
And little lambs eat ivy."

Aug-26-16  wordfunph: Tragic when you thought you've won, when actually you've lost.

<KNACK-- acquired or intuitive faculty of doing a thing adroitly. 2. a trick or habit of action or speech etc. (has a knack OF offending people)>

The Oxford English Reference Dictionary, 1995 edition, p.787.


Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Two days passed and then you came up with this? How more pathetic can you get?

You got exposed for your bad grammar and bad posing habits. Nothing to win and nothing to lose there. Just eat your humble pie with Knick Knacks on top, move on, study your prepositions and reread all your books 10 times.

Writing is rewriting so reading must be rereading. Since you have a dense coconut, it should be rereading times 10.

You want to win? Ok you win. I hereby bestow upon you the title of master, the sockpuppet master. It's official now.

Your next goal is to become a master poser.

Aug-26-16  wordfunph: Being correct is not pathetic.

Pathetic is when you continuously gloat over what you erroneously think was a mistake of another, bragging that you've read enough to know prepositions.


Aug-26-16  MCDreams: haiku of the day:

unblinking bungling
infinity putrefies
morbid viper quakes

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Knack knack?
Who's there?
Read who?
Redo your reading 10 times.

Knack knack?
Who's there?
Prep who?
Prepositions should be learned in grade school.

Knack knack?
Who's there?
Just "knack of" already

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Someone bungled his studies big time he was <required to read Van Gogh's paintings> at school. Scarred for life, he dropped out of school - pity the bobo.

But there's wood to push while he can, he thanks god w/ol his might for this.

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: What if they forced the Rorschach on the poor bob and he thought them Van Gogh's?


Aug-27-16  wordfunph: I wonder what's the difference with simply thanking god and thanking god with all your might? Is the latter when you grunt and push with utmost to the highest exertion that you sheeth on your pants in the process?
Aug-27-16  Hoist the Colors: < Just like Van Gogh paintings, in the future my haikus will be required reading in school,>

Read my lisp.

Aug-27-16  Pulo y Gata: ok then:< Jusssth like Van Gogh paintingsssth, in the fffhuture my haikussssth will be required reading in ssstchool,>
Aug-27-16  MCDreams: haiku of the day:

lame lewd moon fumbles
laughably, haystack prying
free potatoes freeze

Aug-27-16  MCDreams: I'm quite busy but not that busy for a little quickie aka haiku.

Everybody's welcome here at the Lotis Key page, including sockpuppets I don't recognize like <Hoist the Colors>.

WeirdFanPH (pretentious as ever), just a quick glance at your most recent posts, I've already seen several chinks in your grammar armor aka kinks on your bush because you're a man with nothing tolush (as our resident witzelsuckers might say).

It seems you're making progress with your prepositions.

Now move on (or should I say go back you little quack) to tense consistency.

This is you:
<You feel like opening that gadam mouth and forcibly remove>

This is god:
<You feel like opening that gadam mouth and forcibly removing>

Aug-28-16  Pulo y Gata: Forced to swallow classics in kindergarten, passed hs out of teachers' pity, and struggling mightily in college.

But the straw that broke poor bobo's back is this: <required to read Van Gogh's paintings>.

And the tragedy? It's Rorschach they asked him to take!

Maygad w/ol my might.

Aug-28-16  epistle: But with the knack of fiasco (not to mention the fact that he doesn't read prose and poetry but paintings) no one believes his grammar lectures anymore.
Sep-13-16  MCDreamz: Congratulations to USA for winning gold.

Congratulations to Wesley "The Living Legend" So for winning gold.

Congratulations to Eugene "The Living Fossil" Torre for winning bronze.

Congratulations to PH for being able to participate in the olympiad by sending living fossils and making its federation an excellent training ground for aspiring politicians.

Sep-14-16  MCDreamz: Lotis Key wins the Golden Heart award for taking good care of the Filipino/American hero.
Sep-14-16  Nosnibor: Last week I played and won a game against E Key but don`t know whether we were both reading from the same hymn sheet.
Sep-14-16  gokusano: It got its own. Don't know how to address this poster. "It" could be "he" or "she." "It" is always doing it in the KEY of F, hitting a flatten note most of the times. What I mean is, "it" is doing it always!
Sep-14-16  MCDreamz: Flat note. There's no such thing as a flatten note.
Sep-15-16  gokusano: Flat note, adjective phrase, flatten note, verbal. I want it that way. Mind your own, poseur. Active ka na naman. Kumusta stay mo sa Baku? How does it feel being the bodyguard?
Oct-16-16  MCDreamz: Why not study chess with Wesley So and Lotis Key?

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Oct-20-16  MCDreamz: Lotis Key is being considered by Duterte to be his Spiritual Advisor.
Sep-28-17  Chess Is Lotis: For Mama Lotis Key fans who miss her old movies, here's one for you.

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