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Member since Dec-18-04 · Last seen Dec-18-12
I am devoting my time to re-learn the game correctly in order to get much better than I ever was before. I am taking in everything I possibly can, and losing comes with the territory.

Many thanks to those who have helped me, and who help me in the future to become a better player!

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   MonsieurL has kibitzed 129 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-18-12 B Blumin vs G Hellman, 1939 (replies)
MonsieurL: 13...dxc3 is the fatal mistake here.
   Aug-31-08 Tarrasch vs Meisler, 1890 (replies)
MonsieurL: This game is Diagram 233 in Reuben Fine's The Middle Game In Chess.
   Sep-24-05 Sicilian, Kan, 5.Nc3 (B43) (replies)
MonsieurL: Never mind; I found it. It is between B41 and B42, midway through the B41 Kan page for some reason!! Hopefully this will help someone else.
   Jan-21-05 Robert James Fischer (replies)
MonsieurL: <kostichintime> Apology accepted. I cant speak about Burns, but his Civil War was excellent, for the sheer amount of CW events their were. :) <Stonewaller2> In Quebec, when you call someone a frog, it is one of the worst things you can say... maybe in France it is OK, ...
   Jan-18-05 Alexander Alekhine (replies)
MonsieurL: <catlover> I would have understood you anyway... beware the typo police! *BEE DAA BEe DAa Bee Daa bee daa* :)
   Jan-15-05 Darmen Sadvakasov (replies)
MonsieurL: <vonKrolock> I'm not French; French-Canadian-American :) We're the product of the old monarchy ;) Imagine having to translate games... I just use find and replace. :) There is a heavy Arabic influence in the Turkish language... <a>at IS because double vowels are ...
   Jan-15-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
MonsieurL: If the match is held before June, I'll travel to Istanbul, take lots of photos, and make some notes on the experience here in Turkey. I missed the European Club Cup here in October because I was abroad.
   Jan-13-05 Klaus Junge (replies)
MonsieurL: <Minor Piece Activity> France did not live up to their obligations of protection under agreements, and therefore share tremendous blame in their own fate. It had a lot to do with WWI and 1870 combined... You be SUPRISED as to how those countries GAVE AWAY other territories ...
   Jan-09-05 Larry Remlinger (replies)
MonsieurL: There is hope for us guys who come back after years of no chess! If only I had the instruction instead of just playing... now I have a quest; to find more about this IM! :)
   Jan-08-05 Raymond Keene (replies)
MonsieurL: BTW, that is RALPH and SOMERSET, not Raplp and Somercast!! haha... the site has some editing problems! :)
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