Debate directly related to English Chess Federation matters.
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Of course, it might be that SG is using a most subtle form of irony that we have yet to detect.
He graduated from Keble College, Oxford in Philosophy, Politics and Economics in 1982
according to Wikipedia.
British Chess News : britishchessnews.com
Roger de Coverly
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Carl Hibbard wrote:Can you just reproduce content from this forum without permission?
"Fair use" has always included being able to quote material for review purposes. But then fair use also includes parodies, including modified photographs - fifty years of Private Eye covers for example.
The game of Ray Keene's that Gidders complains about is at http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1071404
The posting here was the same game and notes reformatted for this forum. No pretence is made that the notes are not from Keene.
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"Is there no end to MR C's new found fame?"
I'll be get chased by the publisher's of 'Where's Wally' next.
http://www.redhotpawn.com/blog/blogread ... gpostid=92
The photo's by the way are mine - they are on the net - feel free.
(use them to make a joke. Who cares? Who really cares?.....just please keep in clean.)
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Shh. You didn't see that, right?
(if you didn't see it, don't worry about it).
As for the SG thing, consistency has never been his strong point, I fear.