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Nf3 I think the correct term is Instayity. Then all that's needed is a "spark" a small deviation from tournament-related topics and then an off-topic conflagration erupts.
I just meant "In-Stay-ity".. Google probably hasn't indexed this page yet and doesn't show much results for me. I can see where it might lead to.
Agreed, staying on topic as long as possible should be expected of anyone, and anyone who couldn't should see the doctor or try one of those many famous pills or advertisements that you shouldn't click on the internet.
Also, if anyone stays on topic for 4 hours or longer continuously, they got a problem, but kind of a good problem to have In general I agree with your response, but as you wrote, many questions are still open there, so your whole suggestion is still in question.
But if you really believe in it, then you can send your suggestion to fide really.. I still think that even if they will accept your proposal, and it will be used in WCC, people will still say that it is not really a fair classical-match decider and all their regular rants..
But as it usually happens, as time goes by, new and improved methods appear, and that's what happened when they started using the rating system. The advantage of the rating system, that on the one hand it is a pretty accurate estimate for strength, and on the other hand it considers all player performances over time, and not just a single match or a single WCC cycle.
That combined with lots of elite tournaments we have in past decades, gives a better indication of who is the best. So basically you seem to agree with me on that one..
Well, first of all, the general public love "world champions" much more that "highest rated players". They want someone they can call a champ, so give them a champ.
The title itself is still considered the highest title in chess whether it represents the strongest player or not , and the world champion is sort of "ambassador" for the chess world.
Hence the entire WCC process creates a lot of interest, both in chess fans and in the leading chess players, and so the sponsors are interested as well, and we can have relatively high prizes that create more players motivation, etc.
Chess managed to keep the long tradition of WCC and maintain its relevancy, even though its no longer the best indication for the best player in the world, and I think that is a very good thing.
It's not the most accurate comparison, but you can compare it to kings and queens the real ones, not in chess.. And even though Boris Johnson is much more powerful and influential than queen Elizabeth today, she is probably much more popular then him around the world..
You have reasonable opinions and express them clearly, without getting emotional or personal. You don't get emotional or personal during discussions, but more importantly and unlike many other users , you always refer to points raised by the other side, without ignoring the "uncomfortable" ones, allowing the discussion to progress, instead of getting stuck when both sides don't really listen to each other.
As for the length of your posts that you seem to worry about: I believe that as long as the post contains relevant information without repeating itself, then it should be as long as it is required for you to express your opinions.
People who won't read it are probably not interested in the subject anyway whether the post was short or long. And I do think that you raise relevant points in your posts without repeating yourself at least most of the time..
Finding users that have all those traits that I appreciate , is pretty rare around here especially lately. They should ask his keyboard for its age cannot even be carbon dated.
They should ask his printer, which can emit the sound particles that were first heard in the Space before this universe was formed.
They should ask his monitor screen, which can put out some of the earliest pixels that have ever been seen. They should ask his condensing algorithm which would rather analyze the most complex positions that the game of Chess can ever originate.
They should ask his Word Editor software, and that would rather spit out all the news paper articles of every print from all over the world for a day.
Yep, you bet. Well, the takeaway is they get all the credit. Yeah, no big deal. Think about that.
Why do you think Chess has suddenly so much online, social media, YouTube and twitch followers? It's cg. Specifically, the listing for the final match is blowing out the page margins.
I loved your post, very imaginative and creative, not to mention extremely accurate. And, of course, my response is sufficiently long that I had to break it up into multiple parts.
But, as usual, my post got lost in the translation. Only at Blitz time controls, also evidenced by his recent results, are reading of my posts a day adequate physical conditioning.
But I do grant him that there may not be enough time in one day for reading a sufficient number of my posts per day to improve his ranking for games played at Classic time controls.
After all, there are only 24 hours in a day. I call them "quanta" but I don't think that the term will ever become popular.
But at any rate, unfortunately I will address them. I don't know of anyone who says that I write long articles for a comments section.
But, if I did, what else are comments sections for? Determining the world's best chess player? I don't use a keyboard so it can't be carbon dated.
He then posts them using my sockpuppet account. Since I write my comments in longhand I don't use a printer so it doesn't make a sound other than the rasping of a pen on paper.
Oh, I did long ago long, long ago but it wasn't before the universe was form, it was when the universe was formed. We may end up releasing dates for holiday house breaks that currently show no availability.
They enjoy welcoming everyone to this beautiful part of the world. The farm overlooks stunning countryside views all year round.
The farm produces malting barley for the Scottish whisky industry and prime quality beef and lamb. Local and international guests can enjoy shooting, riding and biking.
The monks remained for a time, but the Abbey began to be dismantled around In the following years the Abbey buildings were quarried as a source of building stone for Newburgh, and slate, timber and carvings from the Abbey as well as a number of architectural fragments are visible built into later structures in the town.
The main upstanding remains of the Abbey are: one of the gateways leading into the monastic enclosure; the groin-vaulted slype , leading from the cloister garth to the exterior of the Abbey; and parts of the chancel walls and western tower of the church, although the ground plan of the whole structure can still be traced.
Sections of the imposing precinct wall which once enclosed the abbey can also be seen in fields to the south. Carved wooden panels from the Abbey of the early 16th century survive in the Laing Museum, Newburgh and, reset in a 19th-century cabinet, in St.
Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Dundee. The monks distilled rose water at the Abbey, and in May rosewater and apples from Lindores were sent to James V.
In a distillation vat was discovered in the ruins, along with evidence of whisky production. The remains of the still are preserved for display in the ruins.
The Abbey is open to visitors and a whisky distillery, Lindores Abbey Distillery, in the Lowlands whisky region, is directly opposite the Abbey.
It started distilling whisky in December , using three stills made by Forsyths of Rothes. Scotch whisky must be aged a minimum of three years, in oak barrels, and the Abbey planned to age its products for five years.
Hence, no whisky sales would be made until at least