Jan 072015
 

Interlude with your host; Luedwig Bait H’oven. This week on Interlude we probe the depths of the Lolth Fiasco with our special guest; The Silver Flame. A two image summary of the interview now follows:
The Spider

You, the Spider, a prison in Khyber and if not for eternity then for a very long time. The question of the week; What game would you take with you?
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Once captured, not even the pawns of the Silver Flame were safe from her marauding ways. ...Lord S. March

Once captured, not even the pawns of the Silver Flame were safe from her marauding ways. …Lord S. March

Oh my goodness; Don’t tell me this is where Broccoli disappeared to! There’s a Dev somewhere with some explaining to do!

Thanks for visiting,
Luedwig Bait H’oven
Thelanis 2006

Ps. Try to find the Invisible Stalker.

  3 Responses to “She had the most annoying habit…”

Comments (3)
  1. I wonder how many boards she could play at the same time?

  2. i love the king’s gambit…GM Shaw has a “new” book on it (came out in 2014?!) that recommends 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf 3.Nf3 g5 4.Nc3?! instead of the usual 4.h4. interesting stuff, but i think he’s wrong (but i’m not GM). he also said that 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf 3.Bc4 is refuted by 3. …Nc6. if you have any interest in chess theory take a look at this tome (700+ pages)

    • Oh boy, outa my league here. I remember in school(70s) it was my GoTo. I learned the hard lesson by way of a few brain-freeze moments that; for me, competitive chess was a creature to be avoided. I came across your reference while double checking my memories of the positioning. Chess is still a friend; in theory. 😉

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