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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaK
    Careful with you syntax Mr Jack! Neglecting the verb (even in its conditional form) as in the above sentence could generate different meanings!
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    19 so far...

    List of entries: 19

    Brad ASHLOCK
    Gary BEKKER
    James BRENNAN
    Jason CHEW
    Rad CHMIEL
    Ari DALE
    Finley DALE
    Carl GORKA
    Tanya KRSTEVSKA
    Tristan KRSTEVSKI
    Gary LYCETT
    Amelia MENDEZ
    Mario PALMA
    Oscar PEARCE
    Jack PUCCINI
    Patrick SCHARRER
    Justin TAN
    Sylvester URBAN
    Jimmy YING

    Playing their cards very very close to their chest: 2

    Michael BARON (FM)
    Jack HUGHES
    People with nothing to hide post using their real names...

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grant Szuveges
    List of entries: 19

    Brad ASHLOCK
    Gary BEKKER
    James BRENNAN
    Jason CHEW
    Rad CHMIEL
    Ari DALE
    Finley DALE
    Carl GORKA
    Tanya KRSTEVSKA
    Tristan KRSTEVSKI
    Gary LYCETT
    Amelia MENDEZ
    Mario PALMA
    Oscar PEARCE
    Jack PUCCINI
    Patrick SCHARRER
    Justin TAN
    Sylvester URBAN
    Jimmy YING

    Playing their cards very very close to their chest: 2

    Michael BARON (FM)
    Jack HUGHES
    "In fact I am Mr.Baron" - Mr. Szuveges, I fail to see how this is "playing my cards very close to my chest".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhughes
    In fact I am Mr. Baron, so your fallacious response to my question (an argument from hypocrisy), holds even less water than the fallacy would otherwise!
    Jack, next time you are writing something for me to read - please write in English
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron
    Jack, next time you are writing something for me to read - please write in English
    Would Russian not be preferred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhughes
    Would Russian not be preferred?
    Well your last post sounded more Russian than English to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelBaron
    Well your last post sounded more Russian than English to me
    I see, now get back to work! Because unlike in NATO allied nations, where you find party, in Russia, party find you!

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    I trust in Jack! He beat nicely Nigel whom I had lost to in a previous round! Thanks for taking revenge for me Jack! BTW I am just back home after a huge delay in Sydney due to bad weather there. I will send your pictures to your mum sometime tomorrow!
    Last edited by Elliott Renzies; 25-01-2012 at 10:41 PM.
    which dad is your mum?

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    According to the MCC Facebook Page there are now 20 players in the tournament
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    Round 1 underway with 25 players.
    Top seeds Baron, Gorka, Urban & Beaumont.
    Will update results here at the end of each round (internet connction permitting), or daily results if not.
    I'll also being adding the colour commentary on my blog: http://melbournegamescoach.blogspot.com/
    Last edited by Kerry Stead; 26-01-2012 at 11:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Stead
    Round 1 underway with 25 players.
    Top seeds Baron, Gorka, Urban & Beaumont.
    Will update results here at the end of each round (internet connction permitting), or daily results if not.
    I'll also being adding the colour commentary on my blog: http://melbournegamescoach.blogspot.com/
    Good to see the Red Baron playing in a non-Allegro event!
    God exists. Short and to the point.

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    Round 1 results:
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    No Name              Rtg  Loc  Total  Result   Name               Rtg  Loc  Total
    
     1 Dale, Finley      1626 1306 [0]      0:1    Baron, Michael     2351 2371 [0]  
     2 Gorka, Carl       2162 2155 [0]      1:0    Chew, Jason        1593 1162 [0]  
     3 Nowak, Ruben      1554 1252 [0]      0:1    Urban, Sylvester   2098 2017 [0]  
     4 Beaumont, David   2065 1997 [0]      1:0    Wong, Joseph            1526 [0]  
     5 Harris, Anthony        1444 [0]      0:1    Dale, Ari          1994 1892 [0]  
     6 Lycett, Garry     1942 1819 [0]      1:0    Hughes, Jack G          1284 [0]  
     7 Kolak, Tanya           1232 [0]      0:1    Chmiel, Rad        1870 1736 [0]  
     8 Bekker, Gary D    1830 1617 [0]      1:0    Krstevski, Tristan      1161 [0]  
     9 Brennan, James         821  [0]      0:1    Puccini, Jack      1739 1480 [0]  
    10 Ying, Jimmy       1734 1500 [0]      1:0    Mendes, Amelia          157  [0]  
    11 Pearce, Oscar               [0]      0:1    Chew Lee, Max      1711 1703 [0]  
    12 Ashlock, Brad     1694 1465 [0]      0:1    Palma, Mario       1826 1677 [0]  
    13 Scharrer, Patrick           [0]      :    BYE
    Round 2 pairings:
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    No Name               Rtg  Loc  Total  Result   Name            Rtg  Loc  Total
    
     1 Baron, Michael     2351 2371 [1]       :     Chmiel, Rad     1870 1736 [1]  
     2 Palma, Mario       1826 1677 [1]       :     Gorka, Carl     2162 2155 [1]  
     3 Urban, Sylvester   2098 2017 [1]       :     Bekker, Gary D  1830 1617 [1]  
     4 Puccini, Jack      1739 1480 [1]       :     Beaumont, David 2065 1997 [1]  
     5 Dale, Ari          1994 1892 [1]       :     Ying, Jimmy     1734 1500 [1]  
     6 Chew Lee, Max      1711 1703 [1]       :     Lycett, Garry   1942 1819 [1]  
     7 Scharrer, Patrick            [.5]      :     Dale, Finley    1626 1306 [0]  
     8 Chew, Jason        1593 1162 [0]       :     Kolak, Tanya         1232 [0]  
     9 Krstevski, Tristan      1161 [0]       :     Nowak, Ruben    1554 1252 [0]  
    10 Wong, Joseph            1526 [0]       :     Brennan, James       821  [0]  
    11 Mendes, Amelia          157  [0]       :     Harris, Anthony      1444 [0]  
    12 Hughes, Jack G          1284 [0]       :     Pearce, Oscar             [0]  
    13 Ashlock, Brad      1694 1465 [0]      :    BYE

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    After having a bit of a talk with Patrick after his game, I decided to check to see if he had a FIDE rating ... and he's an Italian FM, rated 2278 http://ratings.fide.com/card.phtml?event=811114
    Looks like MCC's resident FM Baron might not have things all his own way (although Patrick is taking round 3 off to watch the tennis).

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    Round 2 results:
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    No Name               Rtg  Loc  Total  Result   Name            Rtg  Loc  Total
    
     1 Baron, Michael     2351 2371 [1]      1:0    Chmiel, Rad     1870 1736 [1]  
     2 Palma, Mario       1826 1677 [1]      0:1    Gorka, Carl     2162 2155 [1]  
     3 Urban, Sylvester   2098 2017 [1]      1:0    Bekker, Gary D  1830 1617 [1]  
     4 Puccini, Jack      1739 1480 [1]      :    Beaumont, David 2065 1997 [1]  
     5 Dale, Ari          1994 1892 [1]      1:0    Ying, Jimmy     1734 1500 [1]  
     6 Chew Lee, Max      1711 1703 [1]      :    Lycett, Garry   1942 1819 [1]  
     7 Scharrer, Patrick  2278      [.5]     1:0    Dale, Finley    1626 1306 [0]  
     8 Chew, Jason        1593 1162 [0]      1:0    Kolak, Tanya         1232 [0]  
     9 Krstevski, Tristan      1161 [0]      0:1    Nowak, Ruben    1554 1252 [0]  
    10 Wong, Joseph            1526 [0]      1:0    Brennan, James       821  [0]  
    11 Mendes, Amelia          157  [0]      0:1    Harris, Anthony      1444 [0]  
    12 Hughes, Jack G          1284 [0]      1:0    Pearce, Oscar             [0]  
    13 Ashlock, Brad      1694 1465 [0]      :    BYE
    Crosstable after 2 rounds:
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    No Name               Feder Rtg  Loc  Total  1    2  
    
    1  Gorka, Carl        VIC   2162 2155 2     14:W 10:W
    2  Urban, Sylvester   VIC   2098 2017 2     15:W 12:W
    3  Dale, Ari          VIC   1994 1892 2     16:W 13:W
    4  Baron, Michael     VIC   2351 2371 2     20:W 11:W
    5  Beaumont, David    VIC   2065 1997 1.5   17:W  7:D
    6  Lycett, Garry      VIC   1942 1819 1.5   18:W  8:D
    7  Puccini, Jack      VIC   1739 1480 1.5   21:W  5:D
    8  Chew Lee, Max      VIC   1711 1703 1.5   22:W  6:D
    9  Scharrer, Patrick  OS    2278      1.5    0:D 20:W
    10 Palma, Mario       VIC   1826 1677 1     19:W  1:L
    11 Chmiel, Rad        VIC   1870 1736 1     23:W  4:L
    12 Bekker, Gary D     VIC   1830 1617 1     24:W  2:L
    13 Ying, Jimmy        VIC   1734 1500 1     25:W  3:L
    14 Chew, Jason        VIC   1593 1162 1      1:L 23:W
    15 Nowak, Ruben       VIC   1554 1252 1      2:L 24:W
    16 Harris, Anthony    VIC        1444 1      3:L 25:W
    17 Wong, Joseph       VIC        1526 1      5:L 21:W
    18 Hughes, Jack G     VIC        1284 1      6:L 22:W
    19 Ashlock, Brad      VIC   1694 1465 .5    10:L  0:D
    20 Dale, Finley       VIC   1626 1306 0      4:L  9:L
    21 Brennan, James     VIC        821  0      7:L 17:L
    22 Pearce, Oscar      VIC             0      8:L 18:L
    23 Kolak, Tanya       VIC        1232 0     11:L 14:L
    24 Krstevski, Tristan VIC        1161 0     12:L 15:L
    25 Mendes, Amelia     VIC        157  0     13:L 16:L
    Round 3 pairings:
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    No Name              Rtg  Loc  Total  Result   Name               Rtg  Loc  Total
    
     1 Urban, Sylvester  2098 2017 [2]       :     Baron, Michael     2351 2371 [2]  
     2 Beaumont, David   2065 1997 [1.5]     :     Dale, Ari          1994 1892 [2]  
     3 Chew Lee, Max     1711 1703 [1.5]     :     Puccini, Jack      1739 1480 [1.5]
     4 Chmiel, Rad       1870 1736 [1]       :     Chew, Jason        1593 1162 [1]  
     5 Bekker, Gary D    1830 1617 [1]       :     Wong, Joseph            1526 [1]  
     6 Nowak, Ruben      1554 1252 [1]       :     Palma, Mario       1826 1677 [1]  
     7 Ying, Jimmy       1734 1500 [1]       :     Hughes, Jack G          1284 [1]  
     8 Harris, Anthony        1444 [1]       :     Ashlock, Brad      1694 1465 [.5] 
     9 Dale, Finley      1626 1306 [0]       :     Krstevski, Tristan      1161 [0]  
    10 Kolak, Tanya           1232 [0]       :     Brennan, James          821  [0]  
    11 Pearce, Oscar               [0]      1:0    BYE                               
    12 Scharrer, Patrick 2278      [1.5]    :    BYE                               
    13 Gorka, Carl       2162 2155 [2]      :    BYE                               
    14 Lycett, Garry     1942 1819 [1.5]    :    BYE                               
    15 Mendes, Amelia         157  [0]      :    BYE

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    I'm curious about the player ordering in the crosstable. Why isn't it done in order of rating?
    When everything is said and done, and nothings left to do, I'd like to be the final one to say "What else is new?"

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