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Member since Oct-21-08 · Last seen Jun-28-20
In the true man there is a child hidden: it wanteth to play

L'homme absurd

Obtuse enough to be a menace, and not stupid enough to be innocuous:

- playing strength of Nietzsche
- impeccable manners of Nimzowitsch

It makes sense if you don't think about it.

My brain has two parts, the right and the left... on the left, there is nothing right... on the right, there is nothing left.

Sometimes I look in the mirror and I’m not sure it’s me looking back.

In individuals, <insanity> is rare; but in groups*, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule. *

Sзх with Nietzsche is....

<Major tournaments and matches <with me>>:

Barmen Meisterturnier B (1905)

Karlsbad (1907)

Hamburg (1910)

Leonhardt - Nimzowitsch (1911)

San Sebastian (1911)

Karlsbad (1911)

San Sebastian (1912)

Vilnius All-Russian Masters (1912)

St. Petersburg (1914)

Gothenburg (1920)

Copenhagen (1923)

Karlsbad (1923)

Baden-Baden (1925)

Marienbad (1925)

Breslau (1925)

Semmering (1926)

Dresden (1926)

Hannover (1926)

New York (1927)

London (1927)

Kecskemet (1927)

Bad Kissingen (1928)

Berlin (1928)

Karlsbad (1929)

San Remo (1930)

Liege (1930)

Frankfurt (1930)

Bled (1931)

Zurich (1934)

Nimzowitsch - Stahlberg (1934)

Frederic Nietzsche quotes:

- Sometimes people don’t want to hear the truth because they don’t want their illusions destroyed.

- To live is to suffer…To survive is to find some meaning in the suffering.

- And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you.


"Christianity remains to this day the greatest misfortune of humanity. Our age knows better. What was formerly merely sickly now becomes indecent—it is indecent to be a Christian today. I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great intrinsic depravity, the one great instinct of revenge, for which no means are venomous enough, or secret, subterranean and small enough—I call it the one immortal blemish upon the human race."

— Friedrich Nietzsche, The Antichrist

On "Christianity": That's why!

The real question of life after death isn’t whether or not it exists but, even if it does, what problem this really solves. ― Ludwig Wittgenstein

How <Nietzsche> became the most absurdly bastardized philosopher in Hollywood:

>> Click here to see Nietzowitsch's game collections.

   Nietzowitsch has kibitzed 285 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-13-20 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2020 (replies)
Nietzowitsch: Lemon Erronian strikes again.
   Jun-13-20 Nakamura vs Aronian, 2020
Nietzowitsch: Lemon Erronian strikes again.
   Jun-13-20 Aronian vs Nakamura, 2020
Nietzowitsch: Lemon Erronian strikes again.
   Jun-13-20 Lindores Abbey Rapid Challenge (2020) (replies)
Nietzowitsch: <OCF> "In individuals, <insanity> is rare; but in <groups>, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule." and "Insanity is <doing the same thing, over and over again, <but expecting different results.>>"
   Jun-03-20 Wilhelm Kluxen (replies)
Nietzowitsch: His obituary reads translated as follows: "Cripes! I just fell out of your hand into the devil's claws. But listen! I didn't notice the small difference. (Robert Gernhardt - later splits) <Wilhelm Kluxen ♥ 23. 01. 1874 † 29. 09. 1952, Hamburg <Simply ...
   Jun-02-20 D Laylo vs O Dimakiling, 2012 (replies)
Nietzowitsch: Natural Move Selection, or the Survival of the Fittest.
   May-30-20 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2020
Nietzowitsch: Lemon Erronian strikes again.
   May-30-20 Aronian vs Nakamura, 2020
Nietzowitsch: Lemon Erronian strikes again.
   May-30-20 Thomas Heiling
Nietzowitsch: 136 chess games played by him:
   Oct-03-19 M Michailov vs D Carlo, 2009 (replies)
Nietzowitsch: <Thief> Reading such a piece of junk is abysmal stupidity, not to mention commenting on it.
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