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leroidesjeux
14-05-2005, 12:47 AM
[ :) hello

i would like first to say hi. I am new here on this forum

The reason that brought me here is that I have just finished publishing my chess site on the web and would like your comments about it .

here is the adress http://leroidesjeux.t35.com

You ll be able to find there extensive analysis about my most played opening which are the Ruy Lopez , the sicilian, king Gambit, Viennese game and the Scotch Game. i am a small E1399 el but during my last tournament i achieved a perf at 2430 (must be all the work I put in :D )

You ll be able to find a serie of test which I found was useful for me...
thanking you in advance

antichrist
14-05-2005, 11:37 AM
My apologies but "no intiende Spanyolis"

Spiny Norman
14-05-2005, 01:28 PM
My apologies but "no intiende Spanyolis"

Frenchman in castle: "I'm FRENCH."
King Arthur: "What're you doing in England?"
Frenchman in castle: "Mind your own business ...."
King Arthur: "Is there anyone else there we can talk to?"
Frenchman in castle: "No, now go away or I shall taunt you a second time"

For your endless amusement, here's the translation of one page, courtesy of Babelfish (oh, there's a typo on move 6 as it must be Qe2 not Qd2):

Spielmann-Flamberg, Mannheim, 1917

1) e4 e5
2) Cc3 Cf6
3) f4
The famous Austrian large-Master Rudolph Spelmann offers a gambit. It S’acts D’a sacrifice of pawn or part lasting L’opening with an aim D’of accelerating the development and to better control the center.
3) … d5!
the suitable blow. The Blacks counter-attack in the center.
4) fxe5 Cxe4
Threaten: 5 … Dh4+ 6. g3? Cxg3!
5) Cf3 Fg4
6) Dd2
The White threatens the pawn "E" by 7) Cxe4, and the pawn "B" by 7) Db5+ AD lib. 8) Dxb7
6) … Cc5?
Better is worth to exchange the riders, to supplement the development and to make the king-side castling.
7) d4!
A sacrifice of pawn which the Blacks make better D’be unaware of.
7) … Fxf3?
8) Dxf3 Dh4+ ?
9) g3 Dxd4
The Blacks capture the pawn "D" but at what a price! The white parts S’prepare to enter in string by saving time by threats.
10) Fe3 Dxe5
The Blacks make a new prisoner, but their delay of development S’accentuates.
11) 0-0-0! c6
Let us examine the situation. The White developed four parts; the Blacks, two only, of which the injury, and… on strongly exposed boxes. Such a contempt of the development could not remain unpunished.
12) Cxd5
when you lay out of more than active parts than your adversary, be undertaking. To leave him especially not time to blow.
12) … cxd5
13) Tdxd5 De6
or 13) … De4 14) Fb5+
14) Fc4 De4
to avoid the threats Txc5 and Td8+
15) Fxc5!
Two sacrifices: the injury and insane. Result: the Blacks give up. The chechmate is forced after 15) … Dxf3 16) Te1+ Fe7 17) Txe7+ Rf8 18) Td8 chechmate


1.e4 e5
2.Nc3 Nf6
3.f4 d5!
4.fxe5 Nxe4
5.Nf3 Bg4
6.Qe2 Nc5?
7.d4! Bxf3?
8.Qxf3 Qh4+?
9.g3 Qxd4
10.Be3 Qxe5
11.0-0-0! c6
12.Nxd5 cxd5
13.Rdxd5 Qe6
14.Bc4 Qe4
15.Bxc5! Qxf3
16.Re1+ Be7
17.Rxe7+ Kf8
18.Rd8#

Rincewind
14-05-2005, 02:13 PM
Thread split performed. I don't know why the 'More Marketing Puff?' thread was hijacked.

Spiny Norman
14-05-2005, 03:03 PM
Thread split performed. I don't know why the 'More Marketting Puff?' thread was hijacked.

Thanks RW ... the original post above looks like "spam" to me, but ACs comment opened the door for a bit of fun.

leroidesjeux
22-05-2005, 12:21 AM
Frenchman in castle: "I'm FRENCH."
King Arthur: "What're you doing in England?"
Frenchman in castle: "Mind your own business ...."
King Arthur: "Is there anyone else there we can talk to?"
Frenchman in castle: "No, now go away or I shall taunt you a second time"

For your endless amusement, here's the translation of one page, courtesy of Babelfish (oh, there's a typo on move 6 as it must be Qe2 not Qd2):

Spielmann-Flamberg, Mannheim, 1917

1) e4 e5
2) Cc3 Cf6
3) f4
The famous Austrian large-Master Rudolph Spelmann offers a gambit. It S’acts D’a sacrifice of pawn or part lasting L’opening with an aim D’of accelerating the development and to better control the center.
3) … d5!
the suitable blow. The Blacks counter-attack in the center.
4) fxe5 Cxe4
Threaten: 5 … Dh4+ 6. g3? Cxg3!
5) Cf3 Fg4
6) Dd2
The White threatens the pawn "E" by 7) Cxe4, and the pawn "B" by 7) Db5+ AD lib. 8) Dxb7
6) … Cc5?
Better is worth to exchange the riders, to supplement the development and to make the king-side castling.
7) d4!
A sacrifice of pawn which the Blacks make better D’be unaware of.
7) … Fxf3?
8) Dxf3 Dh4+ ?
9) g3 Dxd4
The Blacks capture the pawn "D" but at what a price! The white parts S’prepare to enter in string by saving time by threats.
10) Fe3 Dxe5
The Blacks make a new prisoner, but their delay of development S’accentuates.
11) 0-0-0! c6
Let us examine the situation. The White developed four parts; the Blacks, two only, of which the injury, and… on strongly exposed boxes. Such a contempt of the development could not remain unpunished.
12) Cxd5
when you lay out of more than active parts than your adversary, be undertaking. To leave him especially not time to blow.
12) … cxd5
13) Tdxd5 De6
or 13) … De4 14) Fb5+
14) Fc4 De4
to avoid the threats Txc5 and Td8+
15) Fxc5!
Two sacrifices: the injury and insane. Result: the Blacks give up. The chechmate is forced after 15) … Dxf3 16) Te1+ Fe7 17) Txe7+ Rf8 18) Td8 chechmate


1.e4 e5
2.Nc3 Nf6
3.f4 d5!
4.fxe5 Nxe4
5.Nf3 Bg4
6.Qe2 Nc5?
7.d4! Bxf3?
8.Qxf3 Qh4+?
9.g3 Qxd4
10.Be3 Qxe5
11.0-0-0! c6
12.Nxd5 cxd5
13.Rdxd5 Qe6
14.Bc4 Qe4
15.Bxc5! Qxf3
16.Re1+ Be7
17.Rxe7+ Kf8
18.Rd8#





Thanks a lot for this translation however there is athing I am much more interested with, I want to put a PGN reader on my site to illustrate all the games I have analysed I c you can do it how do you do that??

please send me your answer on leroidesjeux@hotmail.fr


thx
eric