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    Quote Originally Posted by JaK
    Thanks SN, you guys (Croydon) along with NSC and Ranges, are doing a great job there and I wish, like many others, to be in such a geographical location as to be able to visit more often your lovely tournaments. I, personally, think that come year I will be able to participate in more than the weekenders!
    Read the above as come next year!
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    The Gladys Liu Interview Part I

    The South Eastern Metropolitan Region is one of the eight electoral regions in Victorian Legislative Council. It was created in 2006 following the reform of the Legislative Council by the Australian Labor Party state government of Steve Bracks.

    South Eastern Metropolitan Region first elected members at the 25 November 2006 state election. The Australian Labor Party won three seats, while the Liberal Party won two seats.

    Gladys Liu ex President and now Senior Vice President of Box Hill Chess Club, is a Liberal candidate for South Eastern Metropolitan Region for the 2010 Victorian State election and lives in the area with her two teenage children.

    Gladys has worked as the Multicultural Adviser assisting the Victorian Opposition since 2007 and her efforts in this area have resulted in significant progress in multicultural communities throughout Victoria in the last three years.

    Moving to Australia from Hong Kong in 1985, Gladys has completed a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Speech Pathology) on a full scholarship from La Trobe University. She worked as a speech pathologist at schools for a number of years before establishing her own practice, the first English-Chinese bilingual speech pathology clinic in Melbourne.

    Ms Liu, extremely busy with the campaign found some time to speak to us about herself and her participation in the forthcoming elections. Let's read her responses to our questions:


    Ms Liu, Labor has been in power for 11 years now! Is it time for a change?


    Absolutely. Despite $350 billion in taxes, charges and other revenue, State Labor, in 11 years, has delivered:

    The lowest number of police, per capita, of any state, with violent crime increasing;

    A public transport system that is over-crowded, unsafe and rarely on time;

    A health system under severe stress with secret “waiting lists” and an ambulance system in crisis;

    Badly congested and poorly maintained roads, and major infrastructure projects that cost billions of dollars more than they should have.
    Election after election, State Labor has promised to fix the problems. But they don’t fix them. We need a change of government – one that will fix the problems and build for the future.
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    The Gladys Liu Interview Part II

    Regardless to Green preferences as well as numbers and percentages as projected by the polls, public opinion tends to agree that the actual poll results will be tight and unpredictable… Is this unpredictability a positive or negative factor for your Party?

    In this election, all Coalition Candidates and MPs work hard to win and to offer a better government for Victorians regardless to what the prediction to the election result. We are committed because Victorian families need a change and nothing will get better under John Brumby.

    Under the Coalition, public transport will be safe, reliable and clean.

    Sentencing will be tougher, with more police and zero tolerance of crime and violence.

    A Coalition Government will ease the pressure on Victorian families who are struggling with massive increases in household bills and charges because of Labor's cost blowouts and mismanagement.

    We will change the way we manage health care for Victorians who are sick and suffering.

    The corruption of the planning process and destruction of our communities will end.

    We will end the cover-ups, secrecy and dishonesty that have come to mark the Brumby Government.

    Integrity, honesty and open and accountable government will return to Victoria.

    Victoria is in a transitional period of re-emerging in the elite of the Nation’s strong economies. Some economists (Grattan Institute economist Saul Eslake for example) even claim it as the strongest! Do the Liberals possess what it takes to keep along with these challenging times?

    A Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition Government is committed to ensuring a minimum annual state budget surplus of $100 million in the spirit of transparency, accountability and responsible financial management principles, all guiding parameters that have been particularly lacking over Labor’s decade of waste and mismanagement.

    In the last 11 years, the Brumby Government wastes huge amounts of tax payers’ money:

    $11.9 billion in cost blow-outs for major projects, including $1.450 billion for ‘smart meters’; and for the $1.4 billion on myki, there have been $850 million over budget!
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    The Gladys Liu Interview Part III

    Multicultural Affairs has always been a passion of yours. Tell us some of the Liberal policies that would bring improvements in this very important field!

    A Liberal Nationals Coalition Government will give the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) greater autonomy to assist and strengthen the role of migrant and refugee communities in Victoria. By making the Commission independent, the Coalition will ensure that government is held accountable for the delivery and efficiency of these programs.

    A Liberal Nationals Coalition Government will also invest $32.7 million over four years in community language schools, including increasing per capita funding from $120 to $190 per student in tuition fees to help students attending after-hours community language schools and maintaining the knowledge of the language other than English.

    Another Liberal policy is to cement Victoria’s economic and cultural ties with India and South Asia with an ambitious plan to attract more Bollywood film production to Victoria. We will commit $500,000 over four years to develop the Bollywood Film Festival, co-ordinated with the Melbourne International Film Festival as a permanent part of Melbourne’s cultural calendar.

    Community health again is one of your main concerns from a professional as well from a political point of view. Where do we need improvements and what are your plans to achieve them?

    The Victorian Liberal Nationals Coalition has over 30 health policies to improve health services in Victoria. Here are just some of them:

    We will, in the first term, deliver 800 new beds to Victoria’s hospitals to slash waiting lists, reduce emergency department wait times and improve patient care as part of a new health and hospitals plan for the next decade.

    We will recruit an additional 310 new ambulance paramedics plus 30 new patient transport officers – a total of 340 ambulance staff – as part of a plan to properly fund the ambulance service and fix the crisis created by Labor in Victoria.

    We will end John Brumby’s cover-up of public hospital outpatient waiting lists by releasing quarterly waiting list numbers and the time patients wait to get an appointment.

    A future Coalition Government will re-ignite mental health reform and build an integrated system to ensure people living with a mental illness can access the care, services and support they need. We will develop a Mental Illness Research Fund, a Central co-ordination of inpatient mental health beds and an integrated education and employment program to increase workforce participation rate of Victorians living with a mental illness.
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    The Gladys Liu Interview Part IV

    Education! You were a high achieving scholarship standards excellent student. So is your son Derek who entered University this year achieving astronomically high results. Sally (still in High School) is also doing quite well! So your family is leading by example in this field… However, what are your plans to make education standards better for the children of our State?

    A Coalition Government will supercharge Victoria’s primary school curriculum by recruiting 100 maths and science specialists and offering 400 teaching scholarships for science graduates. Under Labor, primary students wanting to learn maths and science are held back by the shortage of properly qualified teachers.

    A Coalition Government will enforce the truancy laws Labor has been too incompetent to use. Under Labor’s soft approach to school discipline, no fines have been issued to parents who allow their children to miss school and miss out on an education. We will make it compulsory for parents to ensure children attend school, with fines for each day a student misses school without a reasonable excuse.

    The Coalition have committed to purpose built special school in Officer providing disability services to the children in most need of support.
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    The Gladys Liu Interview Part V (Final Part)

    Youth support systems… The time of your presiding Box Hill and Canterbury Junior Chess Clubs contributed greatly to the production of a great No. of junior champions and talent development. This enthusiasm of yours was shown in many other fields apart from Chess. However, does the present Government do what is really needed to help the youngsters and if not what are your Party's plans for improvement on this field?

    Under Labor Government we have seen a rise in violent crime and a breakdown of support networks for at-risk youth. Many young people have no purpose or motivation in their lives, which leads to boredom, destructive and self-destructive behavior.

    A Coalition Government would start at schools and give back Victorian school principals the power to keep their schools safe to stem rising schoolyard violence.

    Could you give us some examples of those measures?

    Principals will be given the right to suspend and / or expel students at their own discretion;

    Principals will be given the right to ban dangerous items from school grounds;

    Punishment for offences such as assault and vandalism committed on school property will be increased.


    A Coalition Government is committed to fund recreational activities to guide youngsters to the right directions from young. A $1.6 million commitment over four years as part of a new era in prioritising learning to swim for Victorian children; provide an additional $4 million over four years to improve infrastructure for recreational fishers and fund restocking programs; build a youth centre which would help youth workers connect with young people and help them find the direction they need, just to name a few.

    On a personal level now, as a professional and / or as a volunteer, you have proved several times to the people of your electorate that you care about the community and people respond with love and respect to those efforts. However, tell us why you believe they should vote for you!

    I believe in good, honest and effective political representation which requires suitable personal attributes, a range of relevant skills and the commitment to make a difference. I want to see a decent, responsible government in Spring Street which cares about the future of Victoria and Victorians.

    My multicultural background and experience means that I can assist our government by working with our multicultural communities, and improving community participation in political and institutional structures.

    My capacity for hard work, organizational ability, and ability to connect with various multicultural communities across the he South Eastern Metropolitan region would add, I believe, significant value to the government.

    I have the energy, passion, commitment, skills, experience and the desire to play a part in taking Victoria to a brighter future.


    An active member of the community, Gladys helped to found the Chinese Liberals Association, promoting the Liberal Party amongst Melbounrne's Chinese community through street festivals and the production of an annual publication. Gladys has also volunteered her time to many not-for-profit organisations over many years, including St Vincent de Paul, the Box Hill Chess Club, and Channel 31 Community TV, for whom she currently serves as a board member.

    Gladys is enthusiastic and looking forward to representing local residents in the South Eastern Metropolitan Region. She is passionate about multicultural affairs and improving community health, education and youth support systems.

    In adding our best wishes for a successful and victorious outcome in the forthcoming elections for Ms Liu we must thank Ms Sally Yu (Glady’s very talented daughter) for her contribution in arranging this interview!
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    Chessbase article about GM Grivas lectures (subject of April 2010 interview)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    Chessbase article about GM Grivas lectures (subject of April 2010 interview)

    http://chessbase.com/newsdetail.asp?newsid=6978
    Thanks Kevin
    That's nice for GM Grivas who as it is stated in the end of the above ChessBase's article was awarded the worldwide highly important FIDE TRG Awards – the Boleslavsky Medal (best author) for 2009.
    That took place during the Olympiad!
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    Mini interview with IM Stephen Solomon

    Parramatta Town Hall, Tuesday evening.
    JAK: Congratulations for that 2Ns vs Q ending.
    S.S. Thanks!
    JAK: How many moves ahead did you see?
    S.S. You don't really have to count moves!
    JAK: do you mean knowing the basic theory is enough?
    S.S. Look, I was studying these endings since I was a 12 yo junior. Once you grasp the idea you never forget it! That's why it's important for juniors to study the endings!
    JAK: Kevin suggested that according to his database a Kg8 move was drawing!
    S.S. It's true the King went to the wrong side of the board!
    JAK. Thanks good luck in the tournament!
    S.S. You too, thanks!
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    On the subject of interviews, an interview with Doeberl Cup winner 2011 GM Andrei Deviatkin can be heard here:

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    GM Andrei Deviatkin

    Transcript- for interview go to www.chesscrazytalk.com, for more players, including more GMs in coming weeks.

    Outside Parramatta Town Hall, before SIO prizegiving

    CCTP: We are here with GM Deviatkin who has just playing in the SIO. GM Deviatkin, what are your thoughts of this tournament, and how did you go?

    Deviatkin: Well, I finished with 6.5, actually I am not accustomed to play in such schedule because in Russia we dont play 2 rounds a day, also there were two tournaments in a row, so I was a little tired in the second half of the tournament (of SIO). Considering this, I think my score was rather good, I managed to not lose a single game

    CCTP: Very impressive! So SIO and Doeberl Cup- which you managed to win defeating Arutinian in the last round- what do you think of the organisation of these tournaments?

    Deviatkin: Yes, I think they are both well organised, I liked the organisation of the Doeberl Cup slightly better, I don't know why, they seemed more enthusiastic, but this tournament was also organised well (SIO).

    CCTP: So obviously Russia is a massive chess nation- Australia is trying to grow in chess, what would you say about Australian Chess?

    Deviatkin: I think the main problem for Australian Chess is that there are few tournaments here and its very hard to go to Europe to Russia, to chess countries so its hard to make good progress. But, probably some people are underrated because of this, they can't go overseas.

    CCTP: Do you think you will come to the Doeberl Cup and SIO next year, or was this just a one off thing?

    Deviatkin: Well if they invite me I will return, I liked the tournaments, maybe if I have the chance I would only play in Canberra because 2 tournaments is very exhausting.

    CCTP: Especially the 2 games in one day?

    Deviatkin: Yes for me, a problem was the early rounds, because I usually get up no earlier than 11, so this was the problem- but i will come back yes, with pleasure.

    CCTP: What role do you play in Russian Chess, do you coach players?

    Deviatkin: Well I'm not a professional player I think, because I do many things occasionally- I sometimes comment games for websites. I write articles for ChessLife from English to Russian, also I have a few students, so I am not only a player.

    CCTP: What is the main difference in atmosphere in Russian and Aussie chess?

    Deviatkin: The main difference is probably is there are much more tournaments in russia and much better traditions of chess coming from the soviet union. Therefore it is no surprise that russia has much stronger players. But I am not sure the tournaments are organised better in Russia compared to here, just a matter of traditions I think.

    CCTP: What are your future plans in chess?

    Deviatkin: Actually I don't know, if i manage to get back to 2600 and keep it I will be happy.

    CCTP: Any last comments about the tournaments, your time in Australia?

    Deviatkin: Well just I wish good luck for Aussie chess, I hope it will be developed here, especially with internet, it is easier to communicate with strong coaches and players, maybe there will be internet tournaments sooner or later, so i think Aussie chess has good chance to progress.

    CCTP: That was GM Deviatkin, thank you for your time!

    Deviatkin: Thank you also.

    Find the verbal interview as well as further chess personalities on www.chesscrazytalk.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by aroniyang
    Transcript- for interview go to www.chesscrazytalk.com, for more players, including more GMs in coming weeks.

    Outside Parramatta Town Hall, before SIO prizegiving

    CCTP: We are here with GM Deviatkin who has just playing in the SIO. GM Deviatkin, what are your thoughts of this tournament, and how did you go?

    Deviatkin: Well, I finished with 6.5, actually I am not accustomed to play in such schedule because in Russia we dont play 2 rounds a day, also there were two tournaments in a row, so I was a little tired in the second half of the tournament (of SIO). Considering this, I think my score was rather good, I managed to not lose a single game

    CCTP: Very impressive! So SIO and Doeberl Cup- which you managed to win defeating Arutinian in the last round- what do you think of the organisation of these tournaments?

    Deviatkin: Yes, I think they are both well organised, I liked the organisation of the Doeberl Cup slightly better, I don't know why, they seemed more enthusiastic, but this tournament was also organised well (SIO).

    CCTP: So obviously Russia is a massive chess nation- Australia is trying to grow in chess, what would you say about Australian Chess?

    Deviatkin: I think the main problem for Australian Chess is that there are few tournaments here and its very hard to go to Europe to Russia, to chess countries so its hard to make good progress. But, probably some people are underrated because of this, they can't go overseas.

    CCTP: Do you think you will come to the Doeberl Cup and SIO next year, or was this just a one off thing?

    Deviatkin: Well if they invite me I will return, I liked the tournaments, maybe if I have the chance I would only play in Canberra because 2 tournaments is very exhausting.

    CCTP: Especially the 2 games in one day?

    Deviatkin: Yes for me, a problem was the early rounds, because I usually get up no earlier than 11, so this was the problem- but i will come back yes, with pleasure.

    CCTP: What role do you play in Russian Chess, do you coach players?

    Deviatkin: Well I'm not a professional player I think, because I do many things occasionally- I sometimes comment games for websites. I write articles for ChessLife from English to Russian, also I have a few students, so I am not only a player.

    CCTP: What is the main difference in atmosphere in Russian and Aussie chess?

    Deviatkin: The main difference is probably is there are much more tournaments in russia and much better traditions of chess coming from the soviet union. Therefore it is no surprise that russia has much stronger players. But I am not sure the tournaments are organised better in Russia compared to here, just a matter of traditions I think.

    CCTP: What are your future plans in chess?

    Deviatkin: Actually I don't know, if i manage to get back to 2600 and keep it I will be happy.

    CCTP: Any last comments about the tournaments, your time in Australia?

    Deviatkin: Well just I wish good luck for Aussie chess, I hope it will be developed here, especially with internet, it is easier to communicate with strong coaches and players, maybe there will be internet tournaments sooner or later, so i think Aussie chess has good chance to progress.

    CCTP: That was GM Deviatkin, thank you for your time!

    Deviatkin: Thank you also.

    Find the verbal interview as well as further chess personalities on www.chesscrazytalk.com
    Excellent initiative! Now, thanks to www.chesscrazytalk.com the AN INTERVIEW thread has obtained an audio dimension as well. I would suggest to have transcripts of all interviews transfered here, some time after their original broadcast. I believe this will help to the new site's popularity as well! Thanks and congrats again boys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JaK
    Excellent initiative! Now, thanks to www.chesscrazytalk.com the AN INTERVIEW thread has obtained an audio dimension as well. I would suggest to have transcripts of all interviews transfered here, some time after their original broadcast. I believe this will help to the new site's popularity as well! Thanks and congrats again boys!
    Thanks Jak! Will do


    Ep 5 of ChessCrazy Talk podcast now out, containing an Interview with FM Max Illingworth! Transcript to be posted soon, until then listen to it here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tan the Bdx Man
    Thanks Jak! Will do


    Ep 5 of ChessCrazy Talk podcast now out, containing an Interview with FM Max Illingworth! Transcript to be posted soon, until then listen to it here:

    http://chesscrazytalk.com/
    Once again good work....
    BTW I included your show in my signature boys! The other links are for tournaments I play for, so like your podcast are just a click away!
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    FM Max Illingworth

    eyyy thanks JaK!

    Last day of SIO-

    CCTP: Alright, we're here with FIDE Master Max Illingworth from Manly, and he's just going to tell us about his results in the SIO and Doeberl and his thoughts on Australian chess in general- First Q, how did you go in these two major tournaments?

    Max: Well, the Doeberl Cup was quite an okay tournament, I didn't feel like I played particularly well because I had a few blackouts, just missing obvious moves but it didn't stop me from performing above 2450 and gaining 18 rating points, so I couldn't really complain about that event at all.

    CCTP: Any notable scalps?

    Max: I didn't have any particularly notable scalps *sigh*, best result is probably beating Bobby Cheng in the last round, and a draw with GM Johanssen and i played well against the lower rated players- so even though i had a few bad games against GMs I was able to finish with a good result.

    CCTP: So in the Sydney International Open, you said your result was slightly disappointing-

    Max: I was not happy with the way I played in the tournament since I was making blunders and couldn't even see accurately one move ahead but it didn't stop me from at least performing at 2350ish so it wasn't a total disaster!

    CCTP: Still good! So, a lot of people have said you are a growing junior, becoming very strong now- how did you come to this level?

    Max: I just did a combination of hard work and playing a lot of tournaments, and I've definitely been helped with good coaching over the years, I've had coaching from Brett Tindall until about early 2007 and since April 2007 had coaching with GM Ian Rogers, that's really helped with my calculation and preparation.

    CCTP: So what style of player would you say you are?

    Max: I'd consider myself to be a universal type of player, I'm fairly happy in all sorts of positions, and I have quite a broad opening repertoire, so I try to not have any real weaknesses!

    CCTP: So is there any player in Australia that you are a bit scared to face? Like, if you sit down against them your a bit doubtful?

    Max: I'm not really scared of anyone, I try to play good chess in my games, and obviously both myself and my opponent are human so we'll both make small mistakes, hopefully large ones too!

    CCTP: So is it true that you've taken a gap year off? How's that going?

    Max: It's going quite okay- I feel like I've improved quite a bit lately, that sort of shows in the Doeberl and Thailand Open i suppose, where in the Thailand Open I performed 2484 gaining an IM norm and finishing in equal 6th-

    CCTP: Any notable scalps there?

    Max: Well I drew with GM Jan Gustafsson as black <wows by Pete> I was quite pleased with that game, even though I was in some trouble at some stage I was able to just keep playing good moves and my position got better and better- but in the end I couldn't quite finish him off in the time scramble...

    CCTP: So, what are your future tournaments now?

    Max: I'm intending to play in the NSW Open next, then I'll probably play the International George Trundle Masters, which is a master round robin tournament with opportunities for IM norms, after that I'll go overseas and play in Hungary, the first Saturday in Keshkamet? <sorry, if anyone knows tell me!!> tournament in August and September, and they are Grandmaster round robin tournaments with opportunities for GM norms, so it'll be a very good opportunity to consistently play stronger players.

    CCTP: Do you have a timeline for when you want to become and IM or GM, or do you take them as they come?

    Max: I used to have a timeline wanting to achieve a certain goal in a timeframe but its quite discouraging though because if there's a slight hiccup then you get stressed and frustrated, so what I do is try to focus on playing as well as possible and the norms and titles come in the end.

    CCTP: So are there any encouraging words you would give to any schools players who want to become the top of the Junior Chess League or move into schools chess?

    Max: I think the important thing is try to enjoy playing and have fun, but even so play a lot of tournaments to gain experience and put in a large amount of hard work. Work efficiently- so don't just blindly do something, try to learn as a process, as chess is comparable to driving where you have to practice.

    CCTP: So any final comments in general?

    Max: It's quite good to have tournaments such as the SIO and Doeberl- although no norms were obtained by players its still good that such an opportunity exists and I think there are quite a large number of promising players so I think the future of Australian chess is promising!

    CCTP: Yourself being one of them! So closing remarks?

    Max: Yeah, I would also like to say that I'm available for chess coaching, focusing on an active learning style, and I'm really into improving other's chess, so if anyone wishes to contact me, email at chessonometrics@gmail.com.

    CCTP: Alright! So this is Pete, that's Kev, and this is FM Max Illingworth, thanks for being on the show!

    Max: Thanks

    Max and his Mum: Right, we're going to get some lunch now!

    For full interview go to chesscrazytalk.com, episode 5.
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