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Date: 18 Oct 2006 19:19:42
From: Mike Leahy
Subject: openings grandmaster call replay
Have you ever heard that you shouldn't bother studying
openings? Then you *must* listen to this free recording. :)

Roman Dzindzichashvili gave his opinions on precisely
how club players should choose their openings
on an hour long conference call for Bookup owners.

The call can be played on the web at www.bookup.com
and click on "Conference Call Replays"

I'm paying for extra bandwidth so everyone can get this.


Mike Leahy
"The Database Man!"






 
Date: 18 Oct 2006 23:23:36
From: Matt Nemmers
Subject: Re: openings grandmaster call replay
Ray Gordon, creator of the "pivot" wrote:
> > Have you ever heard that you shouldn't bother studying
> > openings? Then you *must* listen to this free recording. :)
> >
> > Roman Dzindzichashvili gave his opinions on precisely
> > how club players should choose their openings
> > on an hour long conference call for Bookup owners.
>
> Shouldn't that be on how "club players who wish to remain club players?"

"Wow. Trade disparagment."

People get sued for saying things like that, Gordo. Kinda like a
critic giving a negative review to an opera he didn't see.

> An opening is either strong or it is not. "Club players" who choose strong
> openings tend to turn into "experts" and "masters" rather quickly.

Guess it's back to the ol' drawing board for you then, eh, Gordy, since
you're still touting that 1500 ICC rating and 16-year old Class A
status with the USCF.

But best of luck in choosing better openings!



  
Date: 25 Oct 2006 06:22:06
From: Terry
Subject: Re: openings grandmaster call replay

"Matt Nemmers" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Ray Gordon, creator of the "pivot" wrote:
>> > Have you ever heard that you shouldn't bother studying
>> > openings? Then you *must* listen to this free recording. :)
>> >
>> > Roman Dzindzichashvili gave his opinions on precisely
>> > how club players should choose their openings
>> > on an hour long conference call for Bookup owners.
>>
>> Shouldn't that be on how "club players who wish to remain club players?"
>
> "Wow. Trade disparagment."
>
> People get sued for saying things like that, Gordo. Kinda like a
> critic giving a negative review to an opera he didn't see.
>
>> An opening is either strong or it is not. "Club players" who choose
>> strong
>> openings tend to turn into "experts" and "masters" rather quickly.
>
> Guess it's back to the ol' drawing board for you then, eh, Gordy, since
> you're still touting that 1500 ICC rating and 16-year old Class A
> status with the USCF.
>
> But best of luck in choosing better openings!
>

LOL




 
Date: 19 Oct 2006 01:16:40
From: Ray Gordon, creator of the \pivot\
Subject: Re: openings grandmaster call replay
> Have you ever heard that you shouldn't bother studying
> openings? Then you *must* listen to this free recording. :)
>
> Roman Dzindzichashvili gave his opinions on precisely
> how club players should choose their openings
> on an hour long conference call for Bookup owners.

Shouldn't that be on how "club players who wish to remain club players?"

An opening is either strong or it is not. "Club players" who choose strong
openings tend to turn into "experts" and "masters" rather quickly.

--
Money is not "game."
Looks are not "game."
Social status or value is not "game."
Those are the things that game makes unnecessary.

A seduction guru who teaches you that looks, money or status is game is not
teaching you "game," but how to be an AFC. He uses his students' money to
get women and laughs that "AFCs pay my rent."




  
Date: 25 Oct 2006 21:30:53
From: Mike Leahy
Subject: Re: openings grandmaster call replay

"Ray Gordon, creator of the "pivot"" <[email protected] > wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>> Have you ever heard that you shouldn't bother studying
>> openings? Then you *must* listen to this free recording. :)
>>
>> Roman Dzindzichashvili gave his opinions on precisely
>> how club players should choose their openings
>> on an hour long conference call for Bookup owners.
>
> Shouldn't that be on how "club players who wish to remain club players?"
>
> An opening is either strong or it is not. "Club players" who choose
> strong openings tend to turn into "experts" and "masters" rather quickly.

I'm assuming you haven't listened to the call yet or you'd have found that
Dzindzi agrees with you. :)

It's an hour long but it wouldn't hurt to listen to it.


Mike Leahy
"The Database Man!"
www.bookup.com