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    Siberian Chess Tiger Days Revisited [fiction]

    Siberian Chess Tiger Days Revisited


    The Krasnoyarsk Chess Camps of the 1950s


    i was one of many that learned chess in the brutal chess camps of Krasnoyarsk in the 1950s.

    I recall one teacher, Bresislan Gorkiananov, he was very tough , but generally fair.This topic arose from the vic open thread, and i was asked to start up this new thread.

    Anyone who knows anything of these camps(perhaps our russian emigre friends) please feel free to disclose here.

    I personally, find it somewhat difficult to talk about those days , thankyou.

    i gained great wisdom from those days,..but to work like a slave was not one of them.

    something i will never forget is during one of our 4 month block studies, on a line of the kings indian attack, our coach suddenly jumped out of his chair , throwing opening books in the air,yelling " theory is not chess,theory is not chess, theory is not chess"...once he had calmed down, we asked him what he was saying...he said,"i will teach you the principles of chess, no longer will you have to claw through tome after tome of opening theory,you have done enough. you will learn to fight like a siberian tiger in the wilderness".......we thought he had finally lost his mind...but it was in those following months i learned much as to what was at the heart of chess and even life itself.


    Of course there were dark days as well(and im not just talking siberian winters either!) , there were many lonely days in dark cold dank chambers, where we were literally starved , until we had satisfactorily completed one of the modules(there were over 900 of these modules).....even the word "module" gives me a shiver down the spine.

    But i learned the value of freedom of expression through chess, you could create, be master of your destiny, you did not have to rely on any authority. you could be like a god, in a way....you actually became one of the much feared - "siberian chess tigers"...all the students at these camps , had to have a tattoo, it is of a siberian tiger with a king in its mouth, very striking!


    THE KGB,AND LINE XX9

    In the late autumn of 1955, under the ok from our coach, a small breakaway group emerged at chess camp omega, that was dedicated in finding new revolutionary chess opening weapons.. this was contrary to the "correct style" soviet school philsophy

    We met twice weekly at different locations, researching various new off beat lines, one of these lines ,named "XX9" was in fact 1e4 ...2.f3! yes! now reborn as the possum! Our secret lab, had made several breakthroughs, and many "leaks" helped the soviet chess school develop more complete opening systems.

    It became apparant to myself and others, that our "new research" was in fact reaching the kremlin itself! We had been infiltrated by a special chess associated branch of the KGB(they dealt with utilising chess as a political tool , during cold war), they were known as "The Wolf64",..and i tell you, you did not want to mess with them!.....We had no choice but to shut down the labs.

    It is my dream that i can continue my research here on this bb.....i thankyou for your attention, and would be happy to answer questions about my time in the krasno chess camps.....i have many more tales from those times!

    All graduates of the school, were given tattoos, on the backs of their move-playing hand. On the back of my right hand i have this tattoo. It is of a snarling white siberian tiger holding a black king in its slobbering jaws...for those not expecting it, when playing, can be a terrible shock.

    Once an old man refused to play me, he told arbitar, that he felt threatened, i said to him "only my pieces will threaten you sir,please play"....but he steadfastly refused, i won on forfeit!

    when i saw watto's post in the vic open thread, and i read how IM was relaxing watching football enjoying beer and nuts, i had sudden blinding flashback!

    It was this description in watto's post, that suddenly transported me back to "the study rooms".......when we had poor tourn, coach would send us there for days...it was this stark contrast with IM in the west(no pun intended) that rattled dormant neurons.....im still having some difficulty in truely coming to terms, with the fact , that it was beer AND nuts. When we had party , after good tourn, we had bootleg vodka, and some smoked deer meat, we often heard of the titled players getting beer, nuts, and western fast food....we were very jealous...i think it just sparked off this flashback episode.

    ok, firstly,..you have to recognise, Krasnoyarsk in the 1950s,was a very different place,it is difficult for us to imagine from our perspective today.

    just to clarify , is it the particular incidence of the chess thug attack, that you are interested in? if so i talked briefly about it in the KCC thread...i dont think there is of much significance that i can add to that particular episode.....it was not an uncommon event, amongst rival chess groups(gangs) of the time. ....the stress and emotions ran high ,during the intense camp study programs,and often spilled out onto the streets.

    the major groups were of course , the siberian chess tigers, and also, red knights, the sicilian group, the LGR(LAB GAMBIT RATS), KGB based group,the black wolf, BG5, Daggers, White fox, and many other specialist based groups

    there was great competition between groups,to supply the latest theory to the best in moscow,,,it was common for kgb, to infiltrate these groups,much espionage and counter espionage.

    siberian chess tigers were accused by the red knights of studying banned lines!..which of course we were!

    the red knights had been infiltrated by members of black wolf(a branch of kgb, dedicated to keeping chess on the "soviet path")

    after hard day of chess training, and walking home with fellow members, we were accosted on the street,..but thankfully ,the martial art training we all recieved at the camp,saved us..........we had to be constantly aware of potential clashes with rival groups


    it was our ultra secret workings on the chess opening theory black arts,that saw us constantly under siege.

    in my next post i will reveal one of these secrets....never yet published anywhere in the west!

    it takes some courage to speak openly of these days....and to the doubters, i say to you,...keep an open mind, remember we are conditioned to recieve information in easily identifiable "packages",often missing that which does not conform to this conditioned response.

    Belthasar,your post,reminds me of the trouble that could still exist, with old members of red knights or black wolves still circulating,the ones with long memories!....MB is too young to have been involved...but i know of the type of discrediting of which you speak.(most of the groups do not exist today,as far as i know!)

    ok, the time has come , to reveal SIBERIAN CHESS TIGER SECRET NO 1( Fresh from the training files ***/1956-3a12)

    now before i post this,....it must be remembered that this still could be highly sensitive material, of which you will gain new powerful insight into the heart and soul of chess itself!......i need assurances from you, that no further publication of this material occurs,...once i receive sufficient assurance(hey i trust you guys!) i will proceed.

    our theme song was "all for one ,all for chess" which was a rousing old siberian folk tune, with inspirational lyrics....um..one line i remember was "one day we will know the taste of the black king in our mouths, our appetite is great, be it tooth or claw we are for evermore siberian tigers, hear the call of the tiger - all for one and chess for all"


    ahh my beloved krasnoyarsk i love you still....

    Secret Files Revealed!!


    OK, the time has come

    Firstly,the training recieved by ***,was second to none in history of chess.
    We studied budhism,eastern mysticism,socrates,plato,euclid,martial arts, assertive behaviour,freud, jung,sun tsu,and more controversially- mind control. This all designed to fully prepare our mind, body and soul for the battle.

    The battle was not just chess in those days, there was also the grand battle between soviet chess idealogy and an underground movement questioning the conservative doctrine.Siberian Chess Tigers led the way in seeing chess in this revolutionary way.

    Gorkiananov's Dream

    Our great coach Zev Gorkiananov was a completely driven obsessed man, his sole desire in life was to free chess from rigid doctrine,..he loathed the rules,the guides,the do's, the dont's. He wanted the "basics" in chess to be just that, like the paint and the canvas.He would say"know your paint,know your canvas,and then you will know chess". Chess was art, a portal to the human creative spirit,a wondrous beauty of free human expression.

    Chess was prospering in the USSR, the soviet chess machine was churning out one finely tuned "robot" after the other.It was in the kremlin's interests to maintain the status quo, any dissenting voices were suppressed. Krasnoyarsk during the 50s was a pivotal time in chess history, a time that saw 2 powerful philosophies collide into a maelstrom of upheavel and renewal.

    Zev believed in the use of psycho active drugs to expand consciousness ,LSD,peyote,hashish,star dust,and other experimental drugs were employed.We had a special chess room called "The Burn"....it was a stunning golden room, with multi coloured lights,and giant chess boards on all 4 walls..we had to spend 5 sessions a week in there for 3 hours at a time.Listening to classical music,under influence of psychoactive drugs,with flashing coloured lights we had to stare at the 64 squares,"burning them into our sub conscious".Zev was convinced of the benefits of this,..im not so sure,but never mind.For those wanting to research more on mind control, i refer you to google - mk ultra, and tavistock institute. here you will learn more about this highly secret methodology.

    Obviously this was a time well before computers , so all analysis was done "by hand" . Often the schools brightest were recruited, and 100 or more would sit in cubicles, like chickens in chicken house producing eggs! Masses of data was collected this way, the students were not paid, but recieved great kudos.There was great prestige to be linked to any chess study group, especially the notorious tigers! Gang members had no trouble with the ladies, if you know what i mean...the ladies would hang around like groupies, they were referred to as "The Tiger Molls"

    It was during the middle of the siberian winter of 1954, that i made a startling discovery, . During the collation of all the masses of data from the analysis rooms, i was able to synthesise a discovery. this discovery of hyper space/time/material and the 'piece potentiality index', which i will discuss later. Zev saw my talent for reducing masses of data to single axiomatic principles, he dubbed me "Axiom"


    ..to be continued....

    next reports, will include, -the other *** member in australia!
    -chess deaths in krasno
    -chess and the illuminati
    -*** meet bobby fischer!
    -hyper space,time and material
    - PI =Potentiality Index , of pieces and position


    apologies


    Firstly,my apologies dear readers,for the stall in my correspondence.Suffice to say, there have been "certain forces" that have "persuaded" me to halt disseminating my knowledge of the secret *** files.It is with great regret that i have to break this bad news to you.Especially as i have recieved numerous PMs supporting and encouraging me to continue my work. I want to extend a warm thankyou to those kind wellwishers(you know who you are) You have my guarantee, that i will persist in overcoming current hurdles, to fulfill my promise to you,of delivering the goods.

    and in the words of our old *** motto "May you taste the King, in your hungry mouth" (roughly translated)

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    The Interview

    The Axiom Interview -part 1



    HK
    Hi Ax

    AX Hi HK and a big hello to all readers.




    HK
    Obviously, Chess has been an important part of your life, even when you had to go through very adverse circumstances in order to function as a chess player. Tell us how it all started? Who taught you the moves, and when did you first felt that you loved the game?

    AX Like many,my father taught me the moves at 6-7 yrs old.I was fascinated by the game very early on,and love for it soon followed. A love that continued to flourish and grow along with the changing years and times of my life.
    Chess was a chance to prove yourself,to control the uncontrollable,to find certainty in an uncertain world,to fight fair,to create ,to freely express one's primal spirit.

    Yes many adverse circumstances were experienced, and chess was always the constant,the loyal friend that kept on giving and supporting.Chess allowed me to lead an exciting life and meet fascinating characters. Experiences and people that i would have missed,had it not been for that fateful day when i was plucked from school to study chess at the Krasnoyarsk Chess Camp.
    It was having to function as a chessplayer ,that enabled me to function through any adversity.It was the stabiliser,the solace,the sanity.


    HK
    By your postings on the board, I understand that you were a top chess player at school How, and under what conditions were you selected to play Chess in the “official” learning centres in Krasnoyarsk? Did your parents have any say on that decision that obviously was going to affect your future?

    AX I actually was not so strong,but i scored very high on the following tests:- logic,intuition , analysis,investigation and curiousity.It was by way of these test results that i was honoured with selection, the camp officials were looking for the raw talent, the right stuff, if you will.They thought they could mould me to good use.
    My parents had little or no say.It was generally accepted in the community, that if you are offered a camp place, you DON'T turn it down! My parents were extremely proud, they could not stop bragging to neighbours ,friends and family.


    HK
    Without wanting to be offensive, Krasno sounds very much like a Chess concentration Camp to me. How were you expected to perform and create under such oppressive circumstances?

    AX Look, i wont pretend it was all beer and nuts! , far from it ,in fact. But we all knew we were working together for a better brighter future. We knew that a few at the camp would be selected to join some of the elite training squads. One of these groups were known as the Siberian Chess Tigers. Perhaps the most feared group of chess researchers in the soviet union at the time.
    I was very fortunate to be chosen to join the Tigers, as our coach was the brilliant and humourous chess rebel Bresislan Gorkiananov. He allowed us to develop in a far freer and natural way compared to many of the hard line almost military precision of other groups(for more history and details of the time please see Siberian Chess Tigers Revisited http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=6076 )


    HK
    What about schooling? Were you given enough opportunities, and of course time let alone the appropriate institutions to have some satisfactory education? I am asking this question, because of your postings here, it comes through that you are a well read and educated person. Additionally, I do not believe that you were waiting until your arrival in the West to get some education....

    AX Fortunately Gorkiananov believed in a well rounded education, he could both see AND think outside the box. Even when there was nothing there!
    Taken from the *** revisited thread ,link above :-
    "Firstly,the training recieved by ***,was second to none in history of chess.
    We studied budhism,eastern mysticism,socrates,plato,euclid,martial arts, assertive behaviour,freud, jung,sun tsu,and more controversially- mind control. This all designed to fully prepare our mind, body and soul for the battle."

    Later i read h.p thoreau,t.paine,js mill,nietsche, mk ultra, tavistock institute,history of piracy,slavery and false flag operations.

    I have long standing double agent inside contacts in cia,mi5,mi6,kgb,mossad,33 degree freemasons,globalist bankers,bilderberg group,bohemian grove, the CFR,and the NWO Iluminati .
    These contacts were made through chess and the ***! and in this interview i will release earth shattering conspiracy theory as to why chess has been surpressed!(stay tuned!)
    I heard and saw things that would make your hair curl! So yes, i have a broad ranging education you might say!
    My latest interest (not unlike Kasparov)as many of you know is in the field of politics,focusing on human information retrieval and dissemination (suddenly im reminded of that great film 'Brazil'!)



    HK
    According to your postings in the Krasno years you “learned the value of freedom of expression through chess, you could create, be master of your destiny, you did not have to rely on any authority. you could be like a god, in a way....you actually became one of the much feared” Does that mean that you became a part of an admittedly bullish regime? Someone who terrified his hapless opponents to the point of surrendering the battle before it even started?


    AX No not at all, the only fear derived from the ***, was from their awesome chess skill. Now thats not to say we did not have to defend ourselves from time to time ,as competition was fierce. But as Bresislan used to say, "let your pieces do the talking"(which reminds me of one team mate,who mysteriously disappeared after proclaiming that his knights were ACTUALLY talking to him!)
    So no not a bullish regime , but we were trained in the martial arts.
    I know much has been speculated about the *** tattoo on the back of the playing hand........and sometimes in tournaments you would get the odd young opponent crying off to mama at the mere sight of it. But in general there was just tremendous respect.




    HK
    Did you leave Siberia under normal circumstances, or did you have to find some drastic ways, ie escaping to get out of there?

    AX I am trying to be as open as possible here in this interview, but i will ask you to forgive me, if i do not relay the details of exactly how i was to leave Siberia.
    Suffice to say it involved the chess community from as far afield as vodka distillers,to taxi drivers, to govt officials,to KGB, to call girls, to truck drivers.




    HK
    Back to Chess now… how strong were you, say in ACF ratings strength when you first came to Australia? Did you play for any clubs and participated in tournaments?


    AX around 2200 acf when i first arrived.
    my playing strength has waned over the years, partly due to age and partly due to a brain operation in 1986.(again i cannot detail this, only to say it was a high level psy op program,involving implants)
    yes certain tournaments were played, but mainly as cover for undercover 'reunion' meetings with old secret service contacts.
    yes i have visited 3 clubs in my time




    HK
    Maybe you are, or maybe you are not a strong Chess player, I mean as strong as to be say amongst the best 20 or even 50 players in Australia… Some say or imply that you actually have had a strong impact in the Australian Chess in early 70s and that you have actually represented Australia in an Olympiad. I am not going to ask you to confirm or deny this, but on the other hand someone who was selected to participate in a program that would decide future Chess directions in the powerful USSR, had to be good. Did you try to play a major role in the Australian Chess?

    AX i need to clarify here, i was not an overly strong chessplayer( 2300 fide peak/2200 acf) these days perhaps 2000 fide ,1800 acf.
    My work with the *** in the early days involved synthesising masses of data, i had a peculiar skill in summarising,condensing,finding the key,or the axiomatic driving principa amongst the seemingly chaotic mass of information. Gorkiananov dubbed me 'Axiom' in light of this.
    My work was almost exclusively with opening theory.
    Many here would recognise the Possum opening here,so dubbed ,with Mr I.Goldenberg's input. But based on my work in the 50s on a line known then as XX9.(again refer here http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=6076 )
    So i guess im a distorted lopsided chessplayer, once very strong at openings(2500 standard) but apallingly weak at endings (even as low as 1200 standard!)....as many could im sure testify to here!


    Part 2 The Axiom Interview




    HK [CONT.]Some say or imply that you actually have had a strong impact in the Australian Chess in early 70s and that you have actually represented Australia in an Olympiad. I am not going to ask you to confirm or deny this, but on the other hand someone who was selected to participate in a program that would decide future Chess directions in the powerful USSR, had to be good. Did you try to play a major role in the Australian Chess?

    AX My work for Australian Chess has largely been 'behind the scenes'. I cannot go into details here, only to say ,that i am part of an underground worldwide chess network, seeking to re assert chess on the culture-map in the west.During my work for the last 30 odd years, i have uncovered a most sinister plot against chess itself! :-
    The Great Chess Conspiracy
    We all know the early seventies was the height of chess popularity in the west.This was a threat to the chess powers in the east. It was also a threat to the global ruling elite. So at a clandestine meeting(in late 1973) within the Bilderberg Group,between FIDE officials,secret service, and members of the Rockerfeller and Rothschild families, it was agreed to stymie and hamper any attempts by chess to gain a firm stable foothold in both the public psyche and popular culture itself.
    Why you may ask. Well,basically,the global ruling elite(GRE),are threatened by thinking people, their whole programming paradigm is based on 'dumbing down' the population,through the education system,the media,popular culture and psy ops.
    Chess is an escape from this paradigm, and brain scan experiments show,that the brain operates at different wavelength frequencies when playing chess,sometimes going into a high order meditative state. It is in this state ,that lateral thinking or 'outside the box' thinking is greatly facilitated. Chess also excercises the brain in pure objective,rational analysis, so this combination of effects presented a potent cocktail with the potential to free the brain from its programming.This of course was highly threatening to the GRE, so along with corrupt FIDE officials and the help of clandestine agents, a plot was hatched to keep chess 'underground'.
    The effects of this ghastly attack on chess can be seen in the last 30 odd years :- Fischer was the victim of mk ultra and tavistockian mind control, they knew if they could destroy our figurehead,they could destroy the upswell of popularity in chess.
    Note the lack of govt funding for chess,despite the most powerful of arguments supporting it!
    Note how major corporations blatently prostitute the image of chess in tv and print commercials, yet rarely give a dime in sponsorship!
    Chess has been deliberately shunned because it threatened to exalt the virtues of thinking ,challanging the programmed culture.A culture designed to keep the 'slaves' in their 'boxes'.
    So when we wonder why chess has struggled so much since the heady days of c1972, we now know the reason.
    However we have had some victories along the way, the 'English chess explosion' of the 1980s,was a success,due to some imaginative management and hard work of uk chess officials at the time,......im proud to say an ex *** member was a part of the behind the scenes work there.Also recently new laws in the uk, open the door for chess funding(again,this was done through our contact in mi6 and a british parliamentarian),but they have new tricks to keep us at bay,which have been leaked and picked up by our agents in london. We fight on!

    So to answer your question, my role in Australian chess,has and is one of behind the scenes work,constantly monitoring chess officials,the health of Australian chess,liasing ,cooperating and sharing information around the world with other 'chess agents' with the goal of furthering the cause of chess ,in australia and world wide.


    HK
    Another theory suggests that you came to Australia in the early 80s as a FIDE master, that you lived in Sydney after having won a few tournaments in your way to Australia, but on your arrival here you got very disappointed by the existing state of affairs here, and after a while you gave up keeping only a few select students. Again without asking you to confirm or deny this, what is your opinion about Australian Chess, its strengths, weaknesses, aspirations?

    AX HK, there are many stories surrounding Axiom, and most are not true.
    It is not true that i was disappointed by the existing state here, i was well briefed before taking up my post here and it was as expected.
    Yes some students have been given the information to continue my work when im gone.
    I chose the posting in Australia as it was well known for imaginative opening theory(my specialist area!), this is its strength.
    Its weakness is only one that befalls most countries ,lack of public profile ,exposure,professionalism, ie. money.
    The fact that the australian govt does not fund chess to the tune of at least a million dollars a year, should be met with absolute raging anger by the chess community......we need to become more aggressive on this issue.
    We shoud aspire to prestigious govt funded tournaments ,and to blow away the artificial impediments that stand in the way of chess progress.

    "CHESS FOR ONE,AND ALL FOR CHESS"



    Games of Axiom
    i) v M.Baron (FM) 1-0 (although some maintain the conspiracy theory that i was in fact playing MB's cat Vassia!, but i'll let you make up your own mind!)
    http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=5069&page=2




    ii)v Boris 1/2 (KB described this game as "a ripper,fantastic to watch,superb entertainment"!)
    http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=5069&page=2


    and
    iii)v K.Bonham 1/2 (and KB should have been ripped apart in this one! ) http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=4502&page=10


    SUPPLEMENTARY Q.

    HK what about the Novos Ax?
    Ax, you give special emphasis on Krasno and its various contributions to Chess. However, as it was pointed out by one of my friends who read your writings, you fail to even acknowledge the Novorsibirsk boys who (according to his claims) did as good if not better on that field.
    He gave me as an example the development of the great Siberian Trap in the Sicilian, and he wants you to make a fairer assessment on the Novos if you can.

    AX We rarely acknowledge even the existence of the Novosibirsk chess scene.
    We hear the term 'Novosibirsk boys' banded about with such reverence, it makes me sick.
    They were an extremely over rated bunch,strictly state controlled, and heavily infiltrated by the 'chess-control' wing of the KGB.
    I, like all *** have little time for them.
    However one instance stands out in my memory.........
    In early 1958 i played in a team called 'The Omegans' (*** connected,in fact i was one of the last of the omegans!) against The Novosibirsk Knights (or the Novos Boys, as we called them).
    It was an 'away' game, so we travelled by train,with our team coach Sal Ibikinov,well supplied with vodka and smoked deer meat. He sternly warned us that the novos boys can become extremely violent ,if the games did not exactly go there way.I thought he was making silly joke, he did have a very strange sense of humour, and besides we were all martial art trained anyway.
    I played on board 3 against one of their young stars, i played line XX9 (known now as the possum opening ie. 1.e4 2.f3).This nearly drove the young kid insane, i remember him frothing at the mouth and making odd jerking motions.As his position was finally being dismantled he grabbed his Queen and suddenly from its base out popped a steel blade! He made incoherent threatening noises, and i just kicked it from his hand ,and told him in no uncertain terms that his behaviour was totally unacceptable.The game continued, he resigned 4 moves later.
    I was to learn that this was not an uncommon practice in Novosibirsk,and was informed that there were many flick knives hidden in chess pieces there, and occasionaly a small explosive device placed in a rook !(known as the original siberian chess trap,the term later used by boris shipov to describe the sicilian trap you refer to. We were told to never play anyone wearing a motorcycle helmet in Novosibirsk)

    I heard at the time, and cannot confirm this, but an old novos training technique for players moving too quickly was to have sharp blades that would randomly emerge from all the pieces , cutting the hand of the holder.The players would be forced to play lightning chess. You can imagine the bloodied board,and cries of pain .
    Although the standard of play was poor, the theory was that it made you more cautious at the board.
    As i said ,i have little time for the maniacs of Novosibirsk.

    HK Ax, thank you very much for your time!
    Cheers and good luck!

    AX Thankyou and youre most very welcome.
    and i would like to leave you all with this,

    "The sun doesnt come up in the morning,we turn to face it" - Axiom (c) (9/6/07)
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    Tunguska Zev

    Just a note to clarify that Bresislan Gorkiananov and Zev Gorkiananov are indeed the same person(please excuse any confusion that may have been caused). Bresislan was his real name , but he earned the nickname Zev , from being likened to Zev Zukulov the man who accidently set off an early prototype atomic bomb(= 1000 hiroshimas!) over Tunguska Siberia in June 1908.(Known as the 'Tunguska Event' http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/380060.stm ,which has been historically, falsely attributed to a disintegrating meteorite !).
    He acquired this nickname as his philosophy on chess was as powerfully explosive as Zukulov's bomb, and he was also very prone to accidents!
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    what about this game?

    Hi Axiom, I have seen this list:

    Quote Originally Posted by Axiom
    Games of Axiom
    i) v M.Baron (FM) 1-0 (although some maintain the conspiracy theory that i was in fact playing MB's cat Vassia!, but i'll let you make up your own mind!)
    http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=5069&page=2




    ii)v Boris 1/2 (KB described this game as "a ripper,fantastic to watch,superb entertainment"!)
    http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=5069&page=2


    and
    iii)v K.Bonham 1/2 (and KB should have been ripped apart in this one! ) http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?t=4502&page=10
    what about this one?

    Event: Friendly Game, 15m + 0s
    Site: Beginners
    Date: 2006.08.13
    Round: ?
    White: Axiom
    Black: Macavity
    Result: 0-1
    ECO: C00
    Annotator: Macavity
    PlyCount: 98
    EventDate: 2006.08.13
    TimeControl: 900

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    Take care and God Bless, Macavity

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    What about it?!

    Quote Originally Posted by macavity
    Hi Axiom, I have seen this list:



    what about this one?

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    Thankyou for that insertion mac.
    but seriously i think i had a flare up from my brain op. that evening,but nonetheless, i thought the opening stood up still reasonably well.

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    S C T : Address The Chess Playing Youth Of Australia-

    I feel compelled to respond to the great outpouring of interest from the chess public with regards to the ***. Everyday im responding to messages from well wishers,fans,the simply curious,and some totally crazy individuals !
    It has been a very humbling experience for me, and i thank you all for your interest and support. It certainly warms the heart that the spirit of the *** lives on.

    It is within this context, that it pains me to have to make the following announcement, to the chess playing youth of australia:-

    It has been brought to my attention , that some of the enthusiasm for the *** has gone a little too far.
    It is wonderful that you take on the passion and hard work of the ***,but please be careful not to overdo things.
    Increasingly i am recieving reports that certain young chessplayers are 'acting out' some of the *** history during chess lessons,friendly games and tournaments.Imitating gang warfare,chanting slogans,and general rebellious behaviour towards adults,coaches etc
    I have recieved complaints from parents that their children want to get *** tattoos on their hand,that they want to join a chess gang,and hang around the streets.Vodka and imported smoked deer meat has been found stashed in bedrooms.
    Kids are even setting up their own makeshift 'burn rooms' !!
    NOW, THIS HAS JUST GOT TO STOP!
    To the chess playing youth of australia :- let the spirit of the *** burn deeply within you,but please do not make life difficult for your parents coaches or administrators, until you are 18. Thankyou.



    and if you think im exagerating the problem here, i had a report today that blades were found buried in several chess pieces at a chessclub at an elite private school in Sydney.


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    The *** take no responsibility for any action that occurs as a result of reading any of the *** material.
    Last edited by Axiom; 02-08-2007 at 07:14 PM.

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    I know the number of a great psychiatrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged
    I know the number of a great psychiatrist.
    i bet you do, i bet you do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axiom
    i bet you do, i bet you do
    Seriously Ax,it's time you stopped.These stories have been told for long enough.

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    No Off Switch ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Met
    Seriously Ax,it's time you stopped.These stories have been told for long enough.
    is there something you specifically object to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axiom
    is there something you specifically object to?
    Ending a sentence with a preposition?
    There is no cure for leftism. Its infestation of the host mostly diminishes with age except in the most rabid of specimens.

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    correction

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunner Duggan
    Ending a sentence with a preposition?
    is there something to that which you particularly object?

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    There is no cure for leftism. Its infestation of the host mostly diminishes with age except in the most rabid of specimens.

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    Axiom, what you've posted here is true? I read through what you wrote and it really captured my imagination. I am not sure if you're just having a lend of us here and I'm not in on the joke, or if what you're writing here all actually happened.

    If it is true, why have you not written a book on the subject - I find your narration utterly fascinating!

    I've only ever seen Chess as a pleasurable pass-time, it's quite an eye opener to see what it means to other people out there... and how the game has impacted their lives.
    Did you know that the literal translation for Silver is actually Money in 14 different languages, across 51 different countries?
    Who is John Galt?

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    Hi D, I have two things to say to you.

    1. For goodness sake, let us have the first name - I don't think there are too many security issues remaining with DMarinas! Perhaps adding the first name to you profile?

    2. Axiom is a dribbling clown. We love him for it. He has many solids, but nontheless he is a dribbling clown in matters concerning the Siberian Chess Troupe. Please dismiss now and forever any entertainments that there may be substance therein.
    There is no cure for leftism. Its infestation of the host mostly diminishes with age except in the most rabid of specimens.

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