Ad Parnassum is on vacation and says... Travelling to Scandinavia
About Ad Parnassum
I was taught chess by my father, who became an enthousiast in the thirties - like so many Dutch - by Euwe' s successes as a world champion. Now that I have retired as a judge, I find enough time for much more chess than ever before.
Having many games in progress I don't hesitate to claim the win after your time expired, the sooner when you are in a lost position or I am playing for a clan or the game itself is boring. Being a club player I am used to it, though not to opponents who simply stop playing and leave the room silently.
My name may remind you of the book with which children used to learn to play music. In his Childrens' scenes Debussy made a joke out of Dr Gradus Ad Parnassum.