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    Australia Day Open at MCC

    The 2004 Australia Day Weekender kicked off at 3pm Saturday the 24th of January. There was an excellent turnout of 22 players in attendance at MCC. With 4 players over 2000 the tournament should be hotly contested. Bjelobrk ought to be considered a hot favourite, given his recent Australian Championship results, but recent Iraqi migrant FM Abdulawahab promises to be a likely dark horse. The return of the ever consistent Baron plus outsiders Partsi, Krawcheni, and the Lindberg brothers should keep the top two seeds honest. The ever flamboyant Pecori is always a serious threat. Good to see Stokie (Geelong), Lushaj (Frankston) and Werlheim ( Byron Bay), making the trip to MCC. Good luck to all the competitors !!


    1. Bjelobrk, Igor 2300
    2. Abdulawahab, Rasheed 2299
    3. Baron, Michael 2239
    4. Partsi, Dimitri 2064
    5. Pecori, Ascaro 1945
    6. Dragicevic, Domagoj 1895
    7. Voon, Richard 1846
    8. Lushaj, Tahir 1816
    9. Fletcher, Andrew 1759
    10. Roberts, Mark 1722
    11. Lindberg, Gordon 1690
    12. Lindberg, Douglas 1620
    13. Stokie, Bill 1574
    14. Davenport, John 1536
    15. Lipe, Sam 1476
    16. Lindberg, Eric 1426
    17. Werlheim, Steve 1350
    18. Zivkovic, Sam 1349
    19. Ivanov, Nick 1341
    20. Mono, 1322
    21. Theodosiu, Peter 1200
    22. Krawcheni, Andrei 1776

    Here is the first round pairings.
    No Name Result Name

    1 Bjelobrk, I (1) : Dragicevic, D (6)
    2 Voon, R (7) : Abdulawahab, R (2)
    3 Baron, M (3) : Lushaj, T (8)
    4 Fletcher, A (9) : Partsi, D (4)
    5 Pecori, A (5) : Roberts, M (10)
    6 Lindberg, E (16) 0:1 Lindberg, G (11)
    7 Lindberg, D (12) : Werlheim, S (17)
    8 Zivkovic, S (18) : Stokie, B (13)
    9 Davenport, J (14) : Ivanov, N (19)
    10 Mono, (20) : Lipe, S (15)
    11 Theodosiu, P (21) : Krawcheni, A (22)

    Poor Eric, You have some empathy when your son wipes you of the board in the first round. Heres the game……

    Round 1 Australia Day Open 24/01/04
    Lindberg,E - Lindberg,G [A48]

    1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 g6 3.Bf4 Bg7 4.Nc3 d5 5.e3 0-0 6.Bd3 c5 7.dxc5 Qa5 8.0-0 Nc6 9.a3 Qxc5 10.Rc1 Bg4 11.h3 Bxf3 12.Qxf3 e5 13.Bg5 e4 0-1

    P.S Needless to say with Firegoat as the arbiter, disputes ought to be minimised.
    Cheers!

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    Dear Jeo,


    Thank you very much for your valuable assistance. Makes the games come alive!!

    regards FG7

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    Press release 2

    The first round games went to seed except for board 2 where Voon held the draw with FM Abdulawahab and board 5 upset were Roberts fixed up Pecori (ed-not another first round defeat for Ascaro at MCC). Thankfully Ascaro didn’t complain too much.
    Round 1
    Pecori,A ACF-1945 - Roberts,M ACF-1722 [C18]

    1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e5 c5 5.a3 Bxc3+ 6.bxc3 Qc7 7.Nf3 b6 8.a4 Ba6 9.Bxa6 Nxa6 10.Qd3 Nb8 11.Ba3 Nd7 12.0-0 Ne7 13.Rfe1 0-0 14.Ng5 Ng6 15.h4 Rfe8 16.h5 c4 17.Qf3 Nh8 18.Re3 Qd8 19.Qf4 h6 20.Nh3 Kh7 21.Rg3 f5 22.exf6 Nxf6 23.Qf3 Qd7 24.Nf4 Ne4 25.Rg4 Nf6 26.Rh4 Qxa4 27.Nxe6 Qd7 28.Nf4 Qf5 29.Bd6 Nf7 30.Bc7 Rac8 31.Be5 Nxe5 32.dxe5 Rxe5 33.Rxa7 Re1+ 34.Kh2 Rce8 35.Qg3 Qg5 36.Qh3 Ne4 37.Rg4 Rh1+ 38.Kxh1 Nxf2+ 39.Kg1 Nxg4 40.Qg3 Rf8 41.Ne2 Qf5 42.Ra1 Qxh5 43.Rd1 Qf5 44.Kh1 Nf2+ 0-1

    Here is the Round 2 pairings…..


    No Name Result Name

    1 Lindberg, D (12) : Bjelobrk, I (1)
    2 Krawcheni, A (22) : Baron, M (3)
    3 Partsi, D (4) : Davenport, J (14)
    4 Roberts, M (10) : Zivkovic, S (18)
    5 Lindberg, G (11) : Mono, (20)
    6 Abdulawahab, R (2) : Pecori, A (5)
    7 Dragicevic, D (6) : Voon, R (7)
    8 Lushaj, T (8) : Lindberg, E (16)
    9 Werlheim, S (17) : Fletcher, A (9)
    10 Stokie, B (13) : Ivanov, N (19)
    11 Lipe, S (15) : Theodosiu, P (21)

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegoat7
    The first round games went to seed except for board 2 where Voon held the draw with FM Abdulawahab and board 5 upset were Roberts fixed up Pecori (ed-not another first round defeat for Ascaro at MCC). Thankfully Ascaro didn’t complain too much.
    Too much BB posting for him and not enough preparation.

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    Press Release Results from round 2 of Australia day open at MCC.

    1 Lindberg, D (12) 0:1 Bjelobrk, I (1)
    2 Krawcheni, A (22) 0:1 Baron, M (3)
    3 Partsi, D (4) 1:0 Davenport, J (14)
    4 Roberts, M (10) .5:.5 Zivkovic, S (18)
    5 Lindberg, G (11) .5:.5 Mono, (20)
    6 Abdulawahab, R (2) 0:1 Pecori, A (5)
    7 Dragicevic, D (6) 1:0 Voon, R (7)
    8 Lushaj, T (8) 0:1 Lindberg, E (16)
    9 Werlheim, S (17) 0:1 Fletcher, A (9)
    10 Stokie, B (13) 1:0 Ivanov, N (19)
    11 Lipe, S (15) 1:0 Theodosiu, P (21)

    Most games went to seed again. Mono was able to gain a draw against G.Lindberg playing well above his rating. Abdulawahab-Pecori was a hard fought encounter, with Pecori emerging victorious in the time scramble. Lushaj is probably having a tournament he would rather forget being convincingly beaten by E.Lindberg, another big upset.


    The next game is an effortless win by Baron who simply accepts all the material offered by Krawcheni. White appears to self destruct on this occasion.

    (16) A.Krawcheni-ACF-1689 - M.Baron –ACF-2239[B06]
    1.d4 g6 2.e4 Bg7 3.Nc3 d6 4.Be3 a6 5.a4 Nd7 6.Nf3 c6 7.Bc4 e6 8.Qd2 b6 9.0–0 Rb8 10.Rae1 Qc7 11.Qe2 b5 12.axb5 cxb5 13.Bd3 Ne7 14.Bg5 f6 15.Bh4 e5 16.Ra1 0–0 17.dxe5 dxe5 18.Rfd1 Nc5 19.Bxb5 axb5 20.Nxb5 Qb6 21.c4 g5 22.Rd6 Nc6 23.Bg3 Nb7 24.Rd2 Bg4 25.Rad1 Bxf3 26.Qxf3 Qc5 27.Rd5 Qb4 0–1 Time

    Here is the round 3 pairings:

    1 Bjelobrk, I (1) : Partsi, D (4)
    2 Baron, M (3) : Roberts, M (10)
    3 Zivkovic, S (18) : Lindberg, G (11)
    4 Mono, (20) : Lindberg, D (12)
    5 Pecori, A (5) : Lipe, S (15)
    6 Davenport, J (14) : Dragicevic, D (6)
    7 Fletcher, A (9) : Krawcheni, A (22)
    8 Lindberg, E (16) : Stokie, B (13)
    9 Ivanov, N (19) : Abdulawahab, R (2)
    10 Voon, R (7) : Lushaj, T (8)
    11 Theodosiu, P (21) : Werlheim, S (17)

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    Australia day Weekender at the MCC Round 3 25/01/04

    Hello Everyone,

    The tournament is starting to hot up with Baron taking the solo lead on 3/3. Bjelobrk was only able to gain a draw against a very solid game by Partsi, congratulations to Dimitri who is showing no sign of rust from not playing much tournament chess. All the Lindbergs continue to impress and yes Pecori was struggling again against a lower rated player at MCC. Lushaj is having a tournament he would rather forget. Whilst Ivanov did all that could be expected after his opponent arrived too late!

    Results
    1 Bjelobrk, I (1) .5:.5 Partsi, D (4)
    2 Baron, M (3) 1:0 Roberts, M (10)
    3 Zivkovic, S (18) 0:1 Lindberg, G (11)
    4 Mono, (20) 0:1 Lindberg, D (12)
    5 Pecori, A (5) 1:0 Lipe, S (15)
    6 Davenport, J (14) 0:1 Dragicevic, D (6)
    7 Fletcher, A (9) 1:0 Krawcheni, A (22)
    8 Lindberg, E (16) 1:0 Stokie, B (13)
    9 Ivanov, N (19) 1:0 Abdulawahab, R (2)
    10 Voon, R (7) 1:0 Lushaj, T (8)
    11 Theodosiu, P (21) 0:1 Werlheim, S (17)

    (1) Bjelobrk,I - Partsi,D [D40]
    1.c4 Nf6 2.Nc3 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.d4 c5 5.dxc5 Bxc5 6.e3 0–0 7.a3 dxc4 8.Qxd8 Rxd8 9.Bxc4 a6 10.b4 Be7 11.Bb2 b5 12.Be2 Nc6 13.0–0 Bb7 14.Rfd1 Kf8 15.Nd2 Rd7 16.Nb3 Rad8 17.Rdc1 Na7 18.f3 Nd5 19.Nxd5 Bxd5 20.Nc5 Rd6 21.Be5 Rc6 22.e4 Bxc5+ 23.bxc5 Bb3 24.Bf4 f6 25.Rab1 Ba4 26.Be3 Rcc8 27.f4 Nc6 28.Rc3 Nd4 29.Bxd4 Rxd4 30.Rb4 Rd2 31.Kf1 Rc2 32.Rd3 R2xc5 33.Rd6 R5c6 34.Rbd4 R8c7 35.e5 Ke7 36.Bf3 Rc1+ 37.Kf2 fxe5 38.fxe5 R1c5 39.Rxa6 Rxe5 40.Ra8 Rec5 41.Rg8 Kf6 42.Rf4+ Rf5 43.Re4 Bb3 44.Rb8 Bd5 45.Re3 Bxf3 46.gxf3 Rc2+ 47.Re2 Rc3 48.Re3 Rfc5 49.Rxc3 Rxc3 50.Rxb5 Rxa3 51.h4 h6 52.Rc5 Ra2+ 53.Kg3 Ra1 54.Rb5 g6 55.Rc5 Rg1+ 56.Kf2 Rd1 57.Kg2 Rd5 58.Rc7 e5 59.Rc8 Rd4 ½–½


    (9) Ivanov,N - Abdulawahab [B00]
    1.e4 1–0 Time



    Pairings for Round 4
    1 Partsi, D (4) : Baron, M (3)
    2 Lindberg, G (11) : Bjelobrk, I (1)
    3 Fletcher, A (9) : Pecori, A (5)
    4 Dragicevic, D (6) : Lindberg, D (12)
    5 Voon, R (7) : Lindberg, E (16)
    6 Roberts, M (10) : Mono, (20)
    7 Lipe, S (15) : Zivkovic, S (18)
    8 Stokie, B (13) : Werlheim, S (17)
    9 Krawcheni, A (22) : Davenport, J (14)
    10 Ivanov, N (19) : Theodosiu, P (21)
    11 Abdulawahab, R (2) : Lushaj, T (8)

    Cheers,

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    Press release Australia day Open at MCC 25/01/04 Round 4

    Dimitri Partsi grabbed a share of the lead with Igor Bjelobrk after defeating Michael Baron in Round 4. Times scramble lead to a queen sacrifice by Partsi which broke through Barons defence. Bjeleobrk ended G.Lindbergs streak with a 51 move win. Pecori and Dragicevic both won as well, ensuring an interesting tussle for first place. In a round of upsets, Werlheim surprised the luckless Stokie, whilst Ivanov proved that winning form is good form. The surprise packet of the tournament is Mono who has continued to play well above his rating in a solid display.

    1 Partsi, D (4) 1:0 Baron, M (3)
    2 Lindberg, G (11) 0:1 Bjelobrk, I (1)
    3 Fletcher, A (9) 0:1 Pecori, A (5)
    4 Dragicevic, D (6) 1:0 Lindberg, D (12)
    5 Voon, R (7) 1:0 Lindberg, E (16)
    6 Roberts, M (10) .5:.5 Mono, (20)
    7 Lipe, S (15) 0:1 Zivkovic, S (18)
    8 Stokie, B (13) 0:1 Werlheim, S (17)
    9 Krawcheni, A (22) .5:.5 Davenport, J (14)
    10 Ivanov, N (19) 1:0 Theodosiu, P (21)
    11 Abdulawahab, R (2) 1:0 Lushaj, T (8)

    Roberts-Mono

    1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.d4 exd4 5.Nd5 Nxd5 6.exd5 Nb4 7.Nxd4 Bc5 8.Nb3 Qe7+ 9.Be2 0–0 10.a3 Na6 11.0–0 c6 12.Nxc5 Nxc5 13.d6 Qf6 14.Be3 Ne4 15.Bf3 Re8 16.Bxe4 Rxe4 17.Qd3 Re6 18.Bd4 Qf4 19.g3 Qxd6 20.f4 b6 21.f5 Re8 22.f6 c5 23.Bc3 Qc6 24.Qf3 Qxf3 25.Rxf3 Bb7 26.Rf2 d5 27.fxg7 d4 28.Bd2 Re6 29.Raf1 Ba6 30.Re1 Rxe1+ 31.Bxe1 Re8 32.Bd2 Kxg7 33.Kg2 Re2 34.Rxe2 Bxe2 35.Kf2 Bg4 36.Bf4 b5 37.Bb8 c4 38.Be5+ Kg6 39.Bxd4 a6 40.b3 cxb3 ½ ½




    An excellent display by Mono, meanwhile heres the Partsi-Baron game

    (21) Partsi,D - Baron,M [A40]
    1.d4 g6 2.Nf3 Bg7 3.Bf4 c5 4.e3 Qb6 5.b3 Nf6 6.Be2 Nc6 7.c3 0–0 8.0–0 d6 9.a3 a5 10.d5 Nb8 11.Ra2 Bf5 12.c4 a4 13.bxa4 Bd7 14.Qd3 Rxa4 15.Nc3 Ra7 16.Rb1 Qa5 17.e4 Qc7 18.h3 Rd8 19.Qe3 Qa5 20.Qd3 Nh5 21.Bd2 Nf4 22.Bxf4 Qxc3 23.e5 Qa5 24.Qe3 Re8 25.Bh6 Bh8 26.e6 fxe6 27.dxe6 Bc8 28.Bd3 Qc3 29.Ng5 Nc6 30.Qf3 Ne5 31.Qf7+ 1–0



    1 Bjelobrk, I (1) : Baron, M (3)
    2 Pecori, A (5) : Partsi, D (4)
    3 Lindberg, G (11) : Dragicevic, D (6)
    4 Zivkovic, S (18) : Voon, R (7)
    5 Mono, (20) : Fletcher, A (9)
    6 Lindberg, E (16) : Roberts, M (10)
    7 Lindberg, D (12) : Ivanov, N (19)
    8 Werlheim, S (17) : Krawcheni, A (22)
    9 Davenport, J (14) : Abdulawahab, R (2)
    10 Lipe, S (15) : Stokie, B (13)
    11 Lushaj, T (8) : Theodosiu, P (21)

    The 5th round promises an exciting build up to the final days play.

    Cheers.

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    The MCC Australia day OPEN experience.

    I parked my car in York St and headed for the Melbourne Chess Club in Leicester St. The walk involves a pleasant stroll down Brunswick St which is now what Lygon St was in the early 60’s. That is, eccentric, eclectic and trending towards becoming commercial. It is noticeable from the parking signs that the Fitzroy residents, through their Council, are determined to reclaim their neighbourhood from the rat-runners who commute to the suburbs. The neighbourhood is on the up.

    The exterior of the MCC seems to be the same with a solitary graffiti tag; probably left essentially tag-free alone in deference to the chess painting already on the exterior wall.

    Inside, the foyer was more pleasant than I remembered it with a TV on low volume in the corner and signs of obvious reconstruction of the book-room run by fg7’s ‘spy’. I notice the sounds of voices coming from the analysis area. This disappointed me because it was probably the area lambasted by Jammo when, at night-times, it seemd to attract the pizza-blitz crowd. Surely they cannot be there at 11am on a Sunday I thought.

    I veered right instead to enter the playing Hall behind the foyer door. Many plusses here! Players at single purpose-built tables, instead of the tressles…great. Walls painted….great. Cross-tables on the wall up-to-date…great. And best of all some faces that recognise me and smile a welcome. Pecori, Partsi, the Baron, Dragicevic, Lushaj, and others. Plenty of serious chess being played here for serious money. I note the sound of voices from the analysis area can be clearly heard in the playing Hall even though both doors are closed.

    Next I look at the previous problem area, THE BACK ROOMS.
    FIREGOAT, you and your team have done an excellent job cleaning and painting and carpeting.

    Around the corner, the room used for the top boards during large events, looks the same. This has never been my favourite room, and particularly for top players. It is no competitor for the PIT at Ballarat. Still, conditions are usually quiet in here.

    Down the corridor passed rooms that are being re-furbished. Some junk in one corner; is this the fabled CV archives? Anyhow, it has always struck me that these rooms should be the analysis rooms with closed doors; but the poser remains for all chess administrators ‘how do you get the noisy crew to go to the proper area’.

    Out into the foyer again and I read the usual quirky notices on a well-kept notice-board. Is the Russian Morovich really married to Spice-girl Geri? I didn’t know if it was a joke notice?

    A tall bearded man asks if I need help. Well that is a first for the MCC, in my experience.

    The foyer is reached again and I admire the large poster put up many years ago by Guy West (I think) outlining expected behaviour of chess players. This is still the best exposition I have seen. It is a treasure. There is a plaque on the wall; probably I have read before; I notice that it expresses gratitude for the establishment of the building. I start reading the 4 names: Carl Nater, Edwin Malitis (I stop there. Can this be the same Malitis that WBA said "time to go". Later I hear the tall bearded man talking on the telephone to Eddie(?) Eddie is going to drop in tomorrow in the morning apparently ..sounded jovial enough. Perhaps Eddie is welcome.)

    On a table in the foyer I pause to have a close look at the MCC playing calendar. This is professionally produced but there is only one copy of this document. (Although many of the general flyers). Could I half-inch this one copy to read at my leisure I muse. Then I decide that I can get fg7’s spy to get me one anyway. Idly I reflect on fg7’s answer to the BB question about the annual subscription; $100 I think he said. The three pages of the calendar list events for a full year. Entry fees, full and concession Bill, are printed very accurately, together with advice that in most events there is a $5 discount for MCC members. Not all events mind you, but many. And a couple of events are for members only. And if you played in all events $1035 + $100 by my count.

    On the table in front of me is a small publication, CARE FOR A GAME, is its title. As you would expect it is a short history of the MCC complete with photos. A gem really. This is the essence of atmosphere that Ascaro talks about when he describes this Club. A huge list of champions, stretching back eons. How Ascaro would like his name to be there one day. I note that last year Guy West was MCC Champion. How much does Guy play these days?
    Other pages tell me the year that GW was President and Justice Brooking and Arthur Pope. Now I remember, it was when Arthur was president that the Elizabeth St venue-conflict was at its height. Frank M. was brought in to chair VCA AGMs. And now I can read the year…1981.

    Back inside the playing area I watch the Partsi game as it seems to be the most interesting.
    Finally as I turn to head for the outside world and the bright sun-light, I notice the bearded man typing away at a computer terminal. Perhaps he is one of the organisers.

    Down into Brunswick St to catch-up with my wife who has been window-shopping. We choose from among the many ubiquitous cafes and sit to enjoy the long week-end. I ask her again; is she sure that Pecori is near an Italian word for sheep.

    And I tell her that I enjoyed seeing the MCC on the way up.

    starter

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    Hello Everyone,

    These were the results from the fifth round of the Australia Day Open at MCC.

    Bjelobrk continued to set the field alight defeating Baron (anybody remember when he last lost two games in a row). Partsi defeated Pecori in a spectacular game where Pecori went astray in time trouble. Dragicevic proved he is easily one of the most promising juniors in Victoria by overcoming G.Lindberg. On the bottom boards Mono continues to outperform, whilst Werlheim drew with the experienced Krawcheni. Tahir and Stokie finally showed the sort of form they are both capable of producing.

    1 Bjelobrk, I (1) 1:0 Baron, M (3)
    2 Pecori, A (5) 0:1 Partsi, D (4)
    3 Lindberg, G (11) 0:1 Dragicevic, D (6)
    4 Zivkovic, S (18) 0:1 Voon, R (7)
    5 Mono, (20) 1:0 Fletcher, A (9)
    6 Lindberg, E (16) 0:1 Roberts, M (10)
    7 Lindberg, D (12) 1:0 Ivanov, N (19)
    8 Werlheim, S (17) .5:.5 Krawcheni, A (22)
    9 Davenport, J (14) 0:1 Abdulawahab, R (2)
    10 Lipe, S (15) 0:1 Stokie, B (13)
    11 Lushaj, T (8) 1:0 Theodosiu, P (21)

    I apologise for the delay in updating these scores. Unfortunately I had to be replaced as arbiter due to illness. I will post round 6 and 7 later with some highlight games.

    Regards FG7

    P.S why didn’t you introduce yourself Starter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by firegoat7
    Hello Everyone,


    Regards FG7

    P.S why didn’t you introduce yourself Starter?
    Let me re-phrase your question fg7.

    Is it a risky business to walk around Brunswick St, haphazardly asking one and all, "Are you FIREGOAT?"
    Is it any less risky at the MCC?

    I did list those who I had met before.

    starter

    PS Did I capture the improved ambience in the mood piece?

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    =1st 6. Bjelobrk, Igor,Dragicevic, Domagoj $200 each
    3rd 5.5 Partsi, Dimitri $100

    rating prize under 1800
    4.5. Lindberg, Gordon,Lindberg, Douglas $50 each

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    Cool don't play with caps

    Quote Originally Posted by bobby1972
    =1st 6. Bjelobrk, Igor,Dragicevic, Domagoj $200 each
    3rd 5.5 Partsi, Dimitri $100

    rating prize under 1800
    4.5. Lindberg, Gordon,Lindberg, Douglas $50 each

    to barry cox

    bobby1972 has succumbEd to your caps dictatE. only onE of lEft to convErt.

    thE HUNK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunk
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    bobby1972 has succumbEd to your caps dictatE. only onE of lEft to convErt.

    thE HUNK


    Not entirely. When he changes his handle to "Bobby1972" and you change yours to "thunk" I will be truely happy.
    So einfach wie möglich, aber nicht einfacher - Albert Einstein

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