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George Xie
18-07-2005, 06:46 PM
Guess Who will win this year?

arosar
18-07-2005, 07:01 PM
Guess Who will win this year?

George Xie.

AR

auriga
18-07-2005, 07:07 PM
it was a rhetorical question.

Trent Parker
18-07-2005, 11:32 PM
So.... obviously George is going. who else?

I am!

Ian Rout
23-07-2005, 08:19 PM
For first three rounds see:

http://www.netspeed.com.au/ianandjan/IansPage/results/weekenders/2005ANUOpen.htm

tcn (on locatio
23-07-2005, 11:08 PM
I'm having a shocker....1/4

I'm staying with FM Sales tonight so hopefully he can teach me a thing or two :D

aiming for 3/3 tomorrow.... :D

ursogr8
24-07-2005, 11:28 AM
Competitive index for round 4 pairings is 454 (after discarding un-rateds).

starter

Ian Rout
24-07-2005, 07:05 PM
Final results now up (address above).

Libby
24-07-2005, 07:06 PM
1st - Jesse Sales 6.5/7
2nd - Igor Bjelobrk 6/7
=3rd & 1st U2000 - Michael Yu, Mehmedalija Dizdarevic 5.5/7
=2nd U2000 & Best Junior - Max Illingworth, Zdravko Lojanica 5/7
Ist U1600 - Andrew Brown 5/7
=2nd U1600 & 1st ANU Player - Jesse Maguire, Milan Ninchich, Roger McCart, Shannon Oliver, Batceceg Tuvshintogs 4.5/7
=1st U1200 - Kayleigh Smith :D & Michael Reading 3.5/7
=1st U800 - Allen Setiabudi, Chris Flood 3/7

antichrist
24-07-2005, 07:10 PM
1st - Jesse Sales 6.5/7
2nd - Igor Bjelobrk 6/7
=3rd & 1st U2000 - Michael Yu, Mehmedalija Dizdarevic 5.5/7
=2nd U2000 & Best Junior - Max Illingworth, Zdravko Lojanica 5/7
Ist U1600 - Andrew Brown 5/7
=2nd U1600 & 1st ANU Player - Jesse Maguire, Milan Ninchich, Roger McCart, Shannon Oliver, Batceceg Tuvshintogs 4.5/7
=1st U1200 - Kayleigh Smith :D & Michael Reading 3.5/7
=1st U800 - Allen Setiabudi, Chris Flood 3/7

We will kindly ignore post 1 on this thread.

What fortune did the following receive each (not putting them down)?
=2nd U1600 & 1st ANU Player - Jesse Maguire, Milan Ninchich, Roger McCart, Shannon Oliver, Batceceg Tuvshintogs 4.5/7

AR's pride is restored.

Dob Jesse into the ATO before he absconds.

Libby
24-07-2005, 07:20 PM
We will kindly ignore post 1 on this thread.

What fortune did the following receive each (not putting them down)?
=2nd U1600 & 1st ANU Player - Jesse Maguire, Milan Ninchich, Roger McCart, Shannon Oliver, Batceceg Tuvshintogs 4.5/7

AR's pride is restored.

Dob Jesse into the ATO before he absconds.

I think that might have been $40

Bereaved
24-07-2005, 09:37 PM
Hi Everybody

So of the 7 Victorians who ventured north, only one finished below 50%

And Igor And Mehmedalijia Dizdarevic in the outright placings, and Zdravko Lojanica only half a point out of the outright placings with a category prize!! Well done all!!! :clap: :clap: :clap:

Sorry Igor that your unbeaten run has ended, how many was it this time?

I also see that there is a lot of big peaches in ACT, one of which has every reason to be proud, as do those who know him,

Take care all, and God Bless, Macavity

Garvinator
24-07-2005, 09:43 PM
I remember Barry Cox saying that he doesnt like playing in weekenders, so surely the Barry Cox that played in the ANU open couldnt be the Barry Cox that posts here and is a mod ;) :P :cool:

Bereaved
24-07-2005, 10:03 PM
Gray, I am almost positive that it is the same one; one could always check the rating list master file and see if there are two listed? unlikely as they generally ask for an initial in that case to separate the two persons.

Also when Bill Gletsos used to post the ratings of Forum members, it would be easy to check what he was listed as being rated... Unless both of these prospective Barry Cox's had the same rating too??

Take care and God Bless, Macavity

PS Actually I do know

Bereaved
24-07-2005, 10:05 PM
Hello everyone, I copied this from Ian's site, more to follow,

Take care and God Bless, Macavity



Final Standings ( Round 7 )
1 Sales, Jesse Noel OS 2340 6.5 27.5 34.0
2 Bjelobrk, Igor VIC 2399 6 25.0 33.0
3-4 Dizdarevic, Mehmedalija VIC 1945 5.5 23.5 34.5
Yu, Michael NSW 1884 5.5 21.5 31.0
5-10 Xie, George NSW 2367 5 22.0 29.0
Lojanica, Zdravko VIC 1885 5 21.0 31.0
Jones, Brian A NSW 2105 5 21.0 30.5
Illingworth, Max NSW 1820 5 21.0 30.5
Zvedeniouk, Ilia NSW 2048 5 20.0 28.0
Brown, Andrew ACT 1551 5 18.5 22.5
11-19 Rej, Tomek NSW 2214 4.5 23.5 32.5
Ninchich, Milan ACT 1587 4.5 20.5 30.0
Rout, Ian C ACT 1901 4.5 19.5 27.5
Maguire, Jesse ACT 1592 4.5 19.5 26.0
Marsden, John A NSW 1715 4.5 18.5 28.5
Oliver, Shannon ACT 1660 4.5 17.0 27.0
Tuvshintogs, Batceceg OS 2230 4.5 17.0 26.0
Ali, Mosaddeque ACT 1777 4.5 17.0 25.5
McCart, Roger ACT 1556 4.5 17.0 22.5
20-31 Andriansyah, NN OS 4 20.5 28.5
Guo-Yuthok, Sherab ACT 1692 4 19.0 33.0
Mendes da Costa, Alex NSW 1876 4 19.0 29.5
Grcic, Milan ACT 1840 4 19.0 28.0
Morris, James VIC 1571 4 17.5 25.5
Szuveges, Narelle S VIC 1773 4 17.5 23.5
McCoy, Tom NSW 1664 4 17.0 28.0
Ung, Thomas ACT 1383 4 17.0 25.5
Hvistendahl, Robert NSW 1641 4 16.0 27.0
Hoole, Jeyaranjan ACT 1496 4 15.5 25.5
Cox, Barry NSW 1851 4 13.5 23.0
Jochimsen, Erik ACT 1375 4 12.0 22.0
32-43 Press, Shaun P ACT 1715 3.5 17.0 27.5
Marks, Joe ACT 1493 3.5 15.0 28.0
Reading, Michael ACT 1196 3.5 14.5 27.0
Taylor, Stephen ACT 1511 3.5 14.5 26.5
Liuga, Victor NSW 1706 3.5 14.5 25.0
Ramachandran, Raj NSW 1620 3.5 14.5 23.0
Glenton, Alan VIC 1434 3.5 13.5 26.0
Smith, Kayleigh ACT 1086 3.5 13.5 23.0
Nguyen, Quan ACT 1477 3.5 12.5 24.0
Dunn, Paul ACT 1218 3.5 12.5 22.0
Losh, Gary NSW 1519 3.5 12.0 21.5
Waters, Will ACT 3.5 11.5 19.5
44-54 Wang, Zhengbo WA 1801 3 14.5 27.5
Egan, Bill ACT 1661 3 13.0 24.5
Beltrami, Matthew ACT 1367 3 12.0 24.0
Nater, Carl VIC 1278 3 12.0 22.0
Zaja, Tomislav NSW 1013 3 11.0 25.0
Yoon, Sunny ACT 1387 3 11.0 23.5
Murphy, Peter R ACT 1245 3 11.0 21.0
Flood, Christopher ACT 799 3 10.0 20.0
Setiabudi, Allen ACT 659 3 9.5 19.0
Nguyen, Van ACT 928 3 9.0 20.5
Henderson, Jake ACT 821 3 9.0 19.0
55-57 Redpath, Nicholas ACT 795 2.5 13.0 23.5
Xing, Edward ACT 1171 2.5 12.0 27.5
Redpath, Michael ACT 941 2.5 10.0 21.5
58-67 Gupte, Niranjan ACT 2 8.5 21.5
Lloyd, Aidan ACT 1177 2 8.5 20.5
Parker, Trent NSW 1489 2 8.0 23.0
Kimura, Tomoki ACT 894 2 7.0 20.0
Setiabudi, Megan ACT 639 2 7.0 20.0
Lee, Bevan ACT 2 7.0 18.5
McGlynn, Daniel ACT 2 6.0 20.0
Rajendran, Prem NSW 632 2 6.0 19.5
Zhang, Yijun ACT 416 2 4.0 15.5
Flood, Lucinda ACT 396 2 4.0 14.5
68 Xing, Benjamin ACT 523 1.5 4.5 18.5
69 Clark, Tim ACT 442 1 2.0 16.0
70 Chibnall, Alana ACT 876 0.5 2.5 15.0
71 Flood, Amy ACT 100 0 0.0 17.0

Bereaved
24-07-2005, 10:08 PM
And here is the completed Crosstable

Take care and God Bless, Macavity



Cross table


No Name Feder Loc Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 Sales, Jesse Noel OS 2340 6.5 33:W 21:W 4:W 8:W 2:W 11:W 3:D
2 Bjelobrk, Igor VIC 2399 6 35:W 36:W 6:W 3:W 1:L 21:W 5:W
3 Dizdarevic, Mehmedalija VIC 1945 5.5 31:W 16:W 27:W 2:L 15:W 7:W 1:D
4 Yu, Michael NSW 1884 5.5 50:W 42:W 1:L 28:W 12:D 6:W 11:W
5 Xie, George NSW 2367 5 29:D 70:W 44:W 14:W 11:D 9:W 2:L
6 Lojanica, Zdravko VIC 1885 5 47:W 28:W 2:L 16:W 26:W 4:L 20:W
7 Jones, Brian A NSW 2105 5 38:W 26:W 8:L 22:W 25:W 3:L 12:W
8 Illingworth, Max NSW 1820 5 56:W 34:W 7:W 1:L 9:L 28:W 22:W
9 Zvedeniouk, Ilia NSW 2048 5 49:W 12:L 40:W 45:W 8:W 5:L 21:W
10 Brown, Andrew ACT 1551 5 64:W 44:D 0:D 32:L 56:W 26:W 23:W
11 Rej, Tomek NSW 2214 4.5 40:W 37:W 12:W 20:W 5:D 1:L 4:L
12 Ninchich, Milan ACT 1587 4.5 66:W 9:W 11:L 18:W 4:D 32:W 7:L
13 Rout, Ian C ACT 1901 4.5 46:W 19:W 20:L 37:W 21:L 24:W 14:D
14 Maguire, Jesse ACT 1592 4.5 69:W 22:D 17:W 5:L 44:W 23:D 13:D
15 Marsden, John A NSW 1715 4.5 53:W 17:D 23:D 19:W 3:L 33:D 34:W
16 Oliver, Shannon ACT 1660 4.5 52:W 3:L 50:W 6:L 49:W 30:D 38:W
17 Tuvshintogs, Batceceg OS 2230 4.5 60:W 15:D 14:L 38:W 24:L 27:W 35:W
18 Ali, Mosaddeque ACT 1777 4.5 48:W 20:L 49:W 12:L 46:W 19:D 33:W
19 McCart, Roger ACT 1556 4.5 71:W 13:L 59:W 15:L 41:W 18:D 32:W
20 Andriansyah, NN OS 4 61:W 18:W 13:W 11:L 23:D 22:D 6:L
21 Guo-Yuthok, Sherab ACT 1692 4 54:W 1:L 31:W 27:W 13:W 2:L 9:L
22 Mendes da Costa, Alex NSW 1876 4 41:W 14:D 24:W 7:L 36:W 20:D 8:L
23 Grcic, Milan ACT 1840 4 59:W 24:D 15:D 29:W 20:D 14:D 10:L
24 Morris, James VIC 1571 4 67:W 23:D 22:L 55:W 17:W 13:L 30:D
25 Szuveges, Narelle S VIC 1773 4 57:W 27:L 60:W 56:W 7:L 35:D 29:D
26 McCoy, Tom NSW 1664 4 51:W 7:L 46:W 33:W 6:L 10:L 39:W
27 Ung, Thomas ACT 1383 4 63:W 25:W 3:L 21:L 45:W 17:L 51:W
28 Hvistendahl, Robert NSW 1641 4 65:W 6:L 34:W 4:L 50:W 8:L 46:W
29 Hoole, Jeyaranjan ACT 1496 4 5:D 32:D 48:W 23:L 34:D 55:W 25:D
30 Cox, Barry NSW 1851 4 34:L 48:L 68:W 53:W 40:W 16:D 24:D
31 Jochimsen, Erik ACT 1375 4 3:L 65:W 21:L 48:L 68:W 53:W 45:W
32 Press, Shaun P ACT 1715 3.5 0:D 29:D 55:W 10:W 0:D 12:L 19:L
33 Marks, Joe ACT 1493 3.5 1:L 54:W 58:W 26:L 43:W 15:D 18:L
34 Reading, Michael ACT 1196 3.5 30:W 8:L 28:L 60:W 29:D 36:W 15:L
35 Taylor, Stephen ACT 1511 3.5 2:L 61:W 39:D 0:D 48:W 25:D 17:L
36 Liuga, Victor NSW 1706 3.5 62:W 2:L 38:D 39:W 22:L 34:L 57:W
37 Ramachandran, Raj NSW 1620 3.5 68:W 11:L 41:W 13:L 47:D 39:L 56:W
38 Glenton, Alan VIC 1434 3.5 7:L 52:W 36:D 17:L 57:W 44:W 16:L
39 Smith, Kayleigh ACT 1086 3.5 44:L 64:W 35:D 36:L 42:W 37:W 26:L
40 Nguyen, Quan ACT 1477 3.5 11:L 62:W 9:L 61:W 30:L 47:W 41:D
41 Dunn, Paul ACT 1218 3.5 22:L 67:W 37:L 52:W 19:L 63:W 40:D
42 Losh, Gary NSW 1519 3.5 43:W 4:L 56:L 59:D 39:L 61:W 55:W
43 Waters, Will ACT 3.5 42:L 56:L 65:W 70:W 33:L 50:W 44:D
44 Wang, Zhengbo WA 1801 3 39:W 10:D 5:L 57:W 14:L 38:L 43:D
45 Egan, Bill ACT 1661 3 55:L 53:W 47:W 9:L 27:L 48:W 31:L
46 Beltrami, Matthew ACT 1367 3 13:L 66:W 26:L 62:W 18:L 54:W 28:L
47 Nater, Carl VIC 1278 3 6:L 69:W 45:L 51:W 37:D 40:L 52:D
48 Zaja, Tomislav NSW 1013 3 18:L 30:W 29:L 31:W 35:L 45:L 58:W
49 Yoon, Sunny ACT 1387 3 9:L 68:W 18:L 54:W 16:L 51:L 62:W
50 Murphy, Peter R ACT 1245 3 4:L 71:W 16:L 58:W 28:L 43:L 63:W
51 Flood, Christopher ACT 799 3 26:L 60:L 66:W 47:L 58:W 49:W 27:L
52 Setiabudi, Allen ACT 659 3 16:L 38:L 71:W 41:L 60:W 56:D 47:D
53 Nguyen, Van ACT 928 3 15:L 45:L 69:W 30:L 62:W 31:L 64:W
54 Henderson, Jake ACT 821 3 21:L 33:L 63:W 49:L 64:W 46:L 60:W
55 Redpath, Nicholas ACT 795 2.5 45:W 0:D 32:L 24:L 59:W 29:L 42:L
56 Xing, Edward ACT 1171 2.5 8:L 43:W 42:W 25:L 10:L 52:D 37:L
57 Redpath, Michael ACT 941 2.5 25:L 0:D 70:W 44:L 38:L 59:W 36:L
58 Gupte, Niranjan ACT 2 0:D 0:D 33:L 50:L 51:L 66:W 48:L
59 Lloyd, Aidan ACT 1177 2 23:L 63:W 19:L 42:D 55:L 57:L 65:D
60 Parker, Trent NSW 1489 2 17:L 51:W 25:L 34:L 52:L 65:W 54:L
61 Kimura, Tomoki ACT 894 2 20:L 35:L 67:W 40:L 65:D 42:L 68:D
62 Setiabudi, Megan ACT 639 2 36:L 40:L 64:W 46:L 53:L 67:W 49:L
63 Lee, Bevan ACT 2 27:L 59:L 54:L 69:W 70:+ 41:L 50:L
64 McGlynn, Daniel ACT 2 10:L 39:L 62:L 66:W 54:L 68:W 53:L
65 Rajendran, Prem NSW 632 2 28:L 31:L 43:L 67:W 61:D 60:L 59:D
66 Zhang, Yijun ACT 416 2 12:L 46:L 51:L 64:L 71:W 58:L 69:W
67 Flood, Lucinda ACT 396 2 24:L 41:L 61:L 65:L 69:W 62:L 71:W
68 Xing, Benjamin ACT 523 1.5 37:L 49:L 30:L 71:W 31:L 64:L 61:D
69 Clark, Tim ACT 442 1 14:L 47:L 53:L 63:L 67:L 71:W 66:L
70 Chibnall, Alana ACT 876 .5 0:D 5:L 57:L 43:L 63:- 0: 0:

Trent Parker
25-07-2005, 08:44 AM
:silenced: :uhoh: :buttkick:

HAL
25-07-2005, 08:57 AM
Gray, I am almost positive that it is the same one; one could always check the rating list master file and see if there are two listed? unlikely as they generally ask for an initial in that case to separate the two persons.

Also when Bill Gletsos used to post the ratings of Forum members, it would be easy to check what he was listed as being rated... Unless both of these prospective Barry Cox's had the same rating too??

PS Actually I do know

Yes, lamentably it was the same one and I played a shocker (perf of 1270). Started by losing in rounds 1 and 2 to players rated 600 and 800 points lower than myself! (put that in your competitive index Trev ;) ) Then proceeded to luckly win against a player rated 1200 points lower than myself although I could have easily lost that game too! :eek:

After that my play improved with wins over my next too opponents (although both rated well below me again) and finally finishing with 2 draws against Shannon Oliver and James Morris.

So while I finished with 4/7 the tie break justifiably puts me at the bottom of the 4s and a final placing with tie-breaks of 30. In rating order I was 13th.

My best game was probably against ACT player Quan Nguyen (1477) in round 5. Playing for complications with a time deficit I found a pleasing mating combination involving a knight sac and leaving the queen en prise for a move. It was a tough game and Quan put up a good fight. The final 2 games were 11 and 14 move draws respectively.

Regarding the ACF Master File there are 2 Barry Cox's. Neither has recorded a middle initial (although I do have one, my middle name is James) but one is marked as a NSW Player and the other a QLD player. I have never lived or played chess in QLD so I can only assume it is someone else but who is (as far as I know) now inactive.

HAL
25-07-2005, 09:04 AM
Oh, on the positive side I got to meet Jesse Sales ( :clap: ), Libby, Shannon, Diane Illingworth and Max of course, Jim Flood and Lee. The tournament was playing in a good spirit and I personaly saw very little discord. The playnig hall was a little squishy and one wonders what will happen if they do manage to build numbers up to 100 as is their goal. The only other issue that comes to mind was the playing hall did get very warm and stuffy. I imagine owing to the previously mentioned squishiness.

ursogr8
25-07-2005, 09:10 AM
<snip>..lamentably <snip>..I played a shocker ..<snip>..Started by losing in rounds 1 and 2 to players rated 600 and 800 points lower than myself! (put that in your competitive index Trev ;) )

Baz
I tried to help out but I could originally only find the pairings for round 3...and I have already posted that competitive index earlier in this thread.
Following that action, I got distracted reading a very old long thread about under-rated players around Canberra. ;)


starter

ps Apology for the sentence beginning with the -ing word. I know it is bad form. Are they called participles; and still a no-no?

Ian Rout
25-07-2005, 09:27 AM
The playnig hall was a little squishy and one wonders what will happen if they do manage to build numbers up to 100 as is their goal. The only other issue that comes to mind was the playing hall did get very warm and stuffy. I imagine owing to the previously mentioned squishiness.
Barry is right that the room was overheated and stuffy. I thought this may have been a concession to Sydney visitors who are unaccustomed to Canberra winters but if Barry felt the heat then it was overdone. I hope they will be less heavy-handed on the heating next year, and maybe briefly open the windows between rounds to change the air.

On the other hand I don't know if the squishiness needs to be a problem as there may be the possibility of overflow into other rooms.

Also on the plus side the lighting at the venue is excellent - many chess tournaments are held on licensed premises where dinginess is an essential part of the ambience. The room also had carpeted floor which assists in noise reduction. Overall I would rate the School of Art as a very good venue.

Trent Parker
25-07-2005, 10:16 AM
One problem IMHO was the width of the tables..... they were too wide.....I like to be closer to the board.

Mischa
25-07-2005, 12:03 PM
And I was there too!

HAL
25-07-2005, 01:30 PM
Barry is right that the room was overheated and stuffy. I thought this may have been a concession to Sydney visitors who are unaccustomed to Canberra winters but if Barry felt the heat then it was overdone. I hope they will be less heavy-handed on the heating next year, and maybe briefly open the windows between rounds to change the air.

Both sound like good improvements.


On the other hand I don't know if the squishiness needs to be a problem as there may be the possibility of overflow into other rooms.

Yes, but 100 players is a 40% increase on this year so the spill over rooms would need to be substantial. Also additional aribiters may be necessary in that circumstance.


Also on the plus side the lighting at the venue is excellent - many chess tournaments are held on licensed premises where dinginess is an essential part of the ambience. The room also had carpeted floor which assists in noise reduction. Overall I would rate the School of Art as a very good venue.

Yes, floor coverings and lighting were both good.


One problem IMHO was the width of the tables..... they were too wide.....I like to be closer to the board.

Personally I didn't have an issue with the table sizes width or playing 3 boards per table on the lower boards was fine. The squishiness was more to do with the width of the walkways between tables.


And I was there too!

Yes, another fact that made the event all the more enjoyable.

Trent Parker
25-07-2005, 01:56 PM
Yes i finally got to meet Misha! And what a nice and bubbly person she is! :D

Rhubarb
25-07-2005, 01:56 PM
We will kindly ignore post 1 on this thread.Yes, apparently they don't teach humility in Sunday School these days.

Mischa
25-07-2005, 02:39 PM
Thank you Trent...The journey was lightened by your presence as well.
Actually I enjoyed the company of many this tournament, renewing friendships and hopefully making more.
Will try to make it back next year....(now that I know where the better toilets are!)

antichrist
25-07-2005, 03:13 PM
Thank you Trent...The journey was lightened by your presence as well.
Actually I enjoyed the company of many this tournament, renewing friendships and hopefully making more.
Will try to make it back next year....(now that I know where the better toilets are!)
Sorry for the pun, but I don't think your journey could be lightened by TCB being there. sorry mate

arosar
25-07-2005, 03:18 PM
Yes i finally got to meet Misha! And what a nice and bubbly person she is! :D

Is she really as sexy and sultry and she claims to be?

AR

Trent Parker
25-07-2005, 03:23 PM
Sorry for the pun, but I don't think your journey could be lightened by TCB being there. sorry mate
Hahaha. :lol:

Mischa
25-07-2005, 07:48 PM
I so do not claim to be anything of the kind!!!!
Silly boy.

HAL
25-07-2005, 07:59 PM
Is she really as sexy and sultry and she claims to be?

Even more so.

ursogr8
25-07-2005, 08:04 PM
Even more so.

Your signature Baz?
More physical than statistical?

HAL
25-07-2005, 08:17 PM
Your signature Baz?
More physical than statistical?

Both physical and spiritual.

arosar
25-07-2005, 08:23 PM
Just spoke to Jesse about 30 secs ago. He is absolutely beside himself. Hopefully, we can convince BJ to put his pic on the cover of ACM. He will be the hero in my beloved RP if that happens.

AR

Mischa
25-07-2005, 08:27 PM
Yes he was very happy with his result.

Alan Shore
25-07-2005, 08:32 PM
So, why has Barry sacced his old account and also turned off PM's?

HAL
25-07-2005, 08:39 PM
So, why has Barry sacced his old account and also turned off PM's?

I'm trying to limit the time I spend on here and being a moderator was taking more time than I seemed to have. Having PMs on is a trigger to visit the board and hence that is why they are disabled. But don;t worry Belthasar, Rincewind will be back... one day.

arosar
25-07-2005, 08:52 PM
Is that really our old Barry?

Sounds a bit different.

AR

HAL
25-07-2005, 08:58 PM
Is that really our old Barry?

Sounds a bit different.

Well I have a throat infection.

Mischa
25-07-2005, 09:00 PM
It is him!

HAL
25-07-2005, 09:06 PM
It is him!

Don't worry about arosar, he is just a younger, sexier version of antichrist. :D

arosar
25-07-2005, 09:06 PM
Blog updated.

AR

brett
26-07-2005, 12:06 AM
Nice work Jesse!

arosar
01-08-2005, 11:28 PM
Nice work Jesse!

Exclusive! Bjelobrk - Sales, annotated by the Pinoy player himself.

http://closetgrandmaster.blogspot.com/

AR