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G Key
  
Number of games in database: 9
Years covered: 1922 to 1928
Overall record: +1 -3 =5 (38.9%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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C49 Four Knights (2 games)


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G KEY
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 page 1 of 1; 9 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. G Key vs C Carsten  ½-½231923NED-chT 1922/23C31 King's Gambit Declined, Falkbeer Counter Gambit
4. H van Hartingsvelt vs G Key  ½-½401924ASC-NRSVC44 King's Pawn Game
5. G Key vs I Censer  1-0211926Antwerp-RotterdamB02 Alekhine's Defense
6. G Key vs E Lancel 0-1221926BEL-NEDD52 Queen's Gambit Declined
7. A Speijer vs G Key  ½-½371926NRSV-VASC49 Four Knights
8. J H Lohr vs G Key  ½-½281927ASC-NRSVC49 Four Knights
9. H van Hartingsvelt vs G Key  1-0321928NRSV-ASCD35 Queen's Gambit Declined
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Aug-25-16  MCDreamz: Wordfunph et al. aka socks, I've exposed you several times so easily it's becoming predictable and boring already.

Work on your grammar and your chess first before tangling with me. Your poor grammar/chess is the result of bad reading habits, making your book collection just a bunch of useless curios.

Why don't you go back to your hole aka patzer page and pad it with more nonsense.

Aug-25-16  MCDreamz: haiku of the day:

clumsily formless
inept newborn jugs patter
hysterical swine

Aug-25-16  Pulo y Gata: Your haiku is a disgrace to the form. If formed seriously, it's laughable; if in jest, it's horrible.

Well at least you can push wood a little. You should thank god with all ur myt for dat.

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: You're a haiku master now as well? Name-dropper copypaster who has a "knack of" malformed grammer.

Learning nothing from your books, you're a disgrace to all readers.

Post something on your page and put it on top lest kibitzers forget you're also a chess master.

Aug-26-16  bien pensant: The Mutes
by Denise Levertov
Those groans men use
passing a woman on the street
or on the steps of the subway
to tell her she is a female
and their flesh knows it,
are they a sort of tune,
an ugly enough song, sung
by a bird with a slit tongue
but meant for music?
Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: <bien> I have a volume of Levertov's poetry in my library, acquired just recently. Is he good?
Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: If a dreamer dreams he is a haiku-meister, does that make him one? If he strings words whichever way and thinks it's poetry, is he really making poems? Is one a poet because one thinks he is?

In A Preface to Milton's Paradise Lost, C.S. Lewis, the well-known Christian apologist and writer, discusses who may judge poetry, or not, by citing first T.S. Eliot's dismissive declaration...

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Sockpuppets galore.

The resident poser now assumes the role of a critique using copypastas as reference but ignorant as always, never knowing what artistic license is first.

Just like Van Gogh paintings, in the future my haikus will be required reading in school, quoted by writers, engraved on monuments and ingrained in the hearts and minds of the people.

Even though your eyes can read my haiku, it doesn't mean your brain can understand it.

You really have a "knack of" reading without understanding.

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Ignorance and and insecurity creeping in. But I see that you're learning to bluff your way. You should thank god w/ol ur might for that. lolz
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Ho ho...he's also a master dodger or is it artful dodger? (in keeeping with the poseur's tone). Why don't you have a break and have a Knick Knacks (milk-flavored).
Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: <Just like Van Gogh paintings, in the future my haikus will be required reading in school,>

Vincent's paintings are required reading at schools? lolz!

to be a pasang-awa in hiskul, a college dropout, and insecure. well, there's wood to push while u can. thank god with ol ur might hahaha!

Aug-26-16  Absentee: <Pulo y Gata: Vincent's paintings are required reading at schools?>

Braille schools, sure, if the paint's grainy enough.

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Van Gogh was incredibly unappreciated during his time. Such ignorance. Reading with his eyes again.

And what took you so long for a comeback? Did you ask for somebody's help? Insane home prep by the psycho-curious. lol

Aug-26-16  Fiona Macleod: I like the potato eaters. I'm glad they are now reading his paintings in schools for the blind.
Aug-26-16  MCDreams: C'mon sockpuppets gimme your best shots. lol
Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Wriggling out of it. And my post on C.S Lewis and T.S. Eliot you cannot even begin to comprehend - and you thought it's a form of offense. Well, you can call it a test or trap.

You fell for it. You should have taken your studies seriously, but I guess there's limit to what some brain can process.

Well, there's wood to push while you can. Thank god w/ol ur might for dat. lol!

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: I surely fell for your "knack of" boo-boo, an undeniable proof that you don't understand what you read.

I learned how to use prepositions and read those classics that you like to name-drop when I was in grade school. I think you're a lazy student back in the day and you're just making up for lost time (learning).

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: What then was C.S. Lewis's argument and what was Eliot's proposition? Wriggle some more, you might just find some hint online. lol

Me I don't fall for your bobo. LOL!

Well, there's wood to push while you can. You know what to do.

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: Well you have the benefit of an insane home prep while I have to rely on my memory of grade school homeworks, which is honestly not very pleasant.

Ok, so you know C.S. Lewis's argument and Eliot's proposition. That makes you a master of what now?

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Master of exposing an ignorant, insecure poseur.

Well, there's wood to push while you can. Thank god w/ol ur might na lang siguro ano?

ulolz!

Aug-26-16  MCDreams: What have you exposed exactly?

You're the one who acts like some lit prof or something, the poser who chides his fellow non-native speakers of their English skills, and yet you don't even know your prepositions.

You proved and exposed yourself to be lacking and inadequate in even the most basic grammar skills.

Aug-26-16  Pulo y Gata: Still wriggling, eh? It's getting boring and it's Friday so I leave you to your own misery.

Practice your wood-pushing skills so you can thank god w/ol ur might. OK? ok.

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-- 1.an 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.

LOL!

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