How do I stop sucking on chess

Chess radio play

  • Seraphin 02/14/2009, 4:34 pm
    Quote by stan112
    @ Seraphin, first of all thanks for the quick answer, the link works ... but unfortunately you only get short audio samples .. or do I have something crucial overlooked? ... :-(
    The radio plays have unfortunately been taken from the server. Probably the ARD hadn't planned that "clever" people suck the MP3s directly. Now only audio samples are available.

    Greetings,
    Seraphin
  • hmm ... a shame ... ... I'm probably too late ... and nobody has an active rapdid share link either.

  • Does anyone still have the link to the whole radio play? the audio samples were awesome.
    thanks.

  • Every year ... enjoy it as long as the link is active ... Downloads are only available in limited numbers and duration ... so please ONLY click if you haven't got it yet and if you build a shrine for me every day me pray.

    radio play

  • I thank you...
    the shrine is in the planning stage ... of course it is not mundane. and that comes with worship as soon as the carpet is knotted ...

  • The therapist 07/24/2009, 9:15 am

    The radio play is really big psychological cinema!

    Here is the game notation.
    Can someone do that with the pgn viewer?

    [Event "?"]
    [Site "?"]
    [Date "????. ??. ??"]
    [Round "7"]
    [White "Psycho"]
    [Black "Stimpers"]
    [Result "*"]
    [ECO "B17"]
    [PlyCount "140"]
    [TimeControl "3600"]

    {427MB, Fritz11.ctg} 1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Nd7 5. Bc4 Ngf6 6.
    Ng5 e6 7. Qe2 Nb6 8. Bd3 h6 9. N5f3 c5 10. dxc5 Bxc5 11. Ne5 Nbd7 12. Ngf3 Nxe5
    13.Nxe5 O-O 14. O-O b6 15. Rd1 Qe7 16. b4 Bxb4 $ 6 17. Nc6 Qc5 18. Nxb4 Qxb4
    19.Qf3 Qg4 (19 ... Bd7 20. Ba3 Qa5 21. Bxf8 Rxf8) 20. Qxg4 Nxg4 21. Be4 Ba6 (
    21 ... Rb8 22. Ba3 Re8 $ 2 23. Bc6) 22. Bxa8 Rxa8 {offer of a draw} 23. Bb2 Rc8 24.
    Rd2 Nf6 25. Bxf6 gxf6 26. Rad1 (26. Rd7 $ 1) 26 ... Kg7 27. h3 Bc4 28. c3 Bd5 29.
    Rc1 Rc5 30. f3 b5 31. a3 a5 32. Rb2 Bc6 33. Kf2 e5 34. Ke3 f5 35. Kd2 h5 36.
    Re1 f4 37. Kd3 Kg6 38. Rbe2 f6 39. h4 Kf7 40. Rd2 Ke6 41. Rb2 Bd5 42. Rd2 Bb3
    43. Rb2 Rd5 + 44. Ke2 Bc4 + 45. Kf2 Rd3 {offer of a draw} 46. Rc1 Kd5 47. Ke1 Kc5
    48. Rd2 Re3 + 49. Kf2 a4 50. Rb2 Rd3 51. Ke1 Bb3 52. Rd2 Kc4 53. Re2 Rxc3 54.
    Kd2 Rxc1 55. Kxc1 b4 $ 2 56. Kb2 (56. Re4 + $ 1 Kd3 57. Rxb4 Ke3 58. Rb6 Kf2 59.
    Rxf6 Kxg2 60.Rf5 Kxf3 61. Rxe5 Kg4 62. Re4 $ 11) 56 ... bxa3 + 57. Kxa3 Kd3 58.
    Re4 Bc2 59. Rb4 f5 60. Rb6 $ 4 (60. Rb5) 60 ... e4 61. Rd6 + Ke3 62. Rh6 Kf2 63.
    Rxh5 e3 64. Rh6 e2 65. Re6 Be4 66. fxe4 e1 = Q 67. exf5 Qb1 68. Kxa4 Qxf5 69. Rb6
    Kxg2 70. Rb5 Qxb5 + *

  • Orang_Utan 07/24/2009, 09:40 am

    Unfortunately, I am not familiar with secondary variants and comments, so I left them out.

    If anyone has any tips, just let us know.

  • Quote by Orangutan
    Unfortunately, I am not familiar with secondary variants and comments, so I left them out.

    If anyone has any tips, just let us know.
    Comments go with curly braces after each move: {}. There you can also put in variants, they are then not clickable, but at least readable.
    In the PGN header you can also enter the result [Result "0-1"] and at the very end of the game (after the last move) 0-1 {White gives up} write.
    [Date "2005"] would be appropriate as the date in the header.

    Incidentally, the white player is called "Stimpas".
  • The therapist 07/24/2009, 13:58
    Quote by LowScore
    Comments go with curly braces after each move: {}. There you can also put in variants, they are then not clickable, but at least readable.
    In the PGN header you can also enter the result [Result "0-1"] and at the very end of the game (after the last move) 0-1 {White gives up} write.
    [Date "2005"] would be appropriate as the date in the header.

    Incidentally, the white player is called "Stimpas".
    The missing information and the wrong name are my fault.
  • a few years later i heard about this audio game. does someone else have it on the disk and could upload it somewhere or email it to me?

  • Daniël Noteboom 02/26/2016, 10:24 pm

    Have fun while listening...

  • Gast919328.02.2016, 10:51 pm

    Big thank you !!!

    Perhaps one should recommend "toerless" to the user who obviously suffers the same thing more often and now wants to compensate:

    Quote by toerless
    Overcome the opponent, like to really hurt him too. That’s just awesome. Polish his face on the chessboard, live out power.
  • toerless 02/29/2016, 10:53 am

    Chess is just a game of war.

  • in the 4th attempt the download worked. I don't know what was going on.
    thanks for the upload.

  • Gast919329.02.2016, 13:39

    For me it worked without any problems, file approx. 46 MB.
    I don't have a solution at hand ...

  • I was also able to download it without any problems. Thank you for the upload, Daniël Noteboom, I'm really excited!

  • Well done and very entertaining! Thanks!

  • in the meantime i have heard of another chess audio game, "the gruenstein variant" by wolfgang kohlhaase.

    http://www.kulturradio.de/programm/s...piel_2204.html

    Has someone recorded it by chance or knows a source?