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I see, that you won all your games in the first league. That is strong… ;-() Because you had strong oppunents.
Very good Mister “Einstein” :-))))) Greatings to you, Ingo Alth?fer.
The next time will be harder… i promise. haha ;—)))
I second the first two lines wholeheartedly.
Congratulations with your promotion, assuming that you don't run out of time for your last move!
I also second the last line.
Only the haha-part has to wait until I win the other League 2 group,
which seems a tiny bit unlikely at this time :-(
Congratulations indeed Ingo!
I enjoyed my first ever championship in a league one - the championship started at just the right moment for me :)
It is looking unlikely I will still be in the top league next time, but perhaps one day I will return!
ingo is the creator of this game right?
> ingo is the creator of this game right?
Indeed. And I am proud to be in the footsteps
of Corne van Moorsel, who also was able to win
the first championship in his game StreetSoccer.
By the way, give greetings to my friend Fernando Villegas
from S.d.C., when you meet him next time.
kris burms didn't play dvonn champs here did he?
greatings to the second Champion of “Einstein”: blackhat!
It was a real close finish. Greatings to you. And i hope, iÂ´m in the third championship in League 1 too.
of Santiago de Chile?
> Fernando villegas
> of Santiago de Chile?
Indeed, the journalist and media man.
We became friends in the computer chess
scene, and I visited him and his family
in SdC in 1999.
Fernando also translated the rules of my
board game “Rapa Nui” (jointly with Reinhold
Wittig) to Spanish. See
for a short description
for a picture.
When you like Amazons (mentioned in your LG profile)
you will also like Rapa Nui: In Rapa Nui obstacles
erode over the time…
Best regards, Ingo.
Congratulations to Blackhat for winning
the Second EinStein championship,
and to all the other strong participants
for their impressive performance.
ohh now i see
Fernando Villegas is a famose journalist here in chile
he have some shows on the TV too.
it is not so surprising that he play chess
Yes, and Fernando has a chess rating
above 2100 Elo. (My own was in my best
days around 1950).
> Fernando Villegas is a famose journalist
> here in chile he have some shows on the TV too.
> it is not so surprising that he play chess
Interesting, your conclusion.
In Germany, nobody would expect
that Thomas Gottschalk or Dieter Thomas Heck
played chess …. ;-)
Congratulations to Blackhat!
This was a verry close tournament and every single match was a hard fight. I have to count the matches ending 3:2 or 2:3.
PS: To be honest - in the last match I crossed my fingers for fraggle_c. Guess why.