Originally posted by @moonbusAnd you whipped butt right? I was in a simul with Larry Evans in Denver deep into the last century. I felt good I lasted 43 moves. I didn't know or realize I should have played a move and he moves on, I played a move, he moved, I moved, he moved and was soon in deep doo doo
Hey sonhouse, I once saw 78 moves. Mind you, they weren't all in the same game and they weren't all on my board. James Tarjan gave a simultaneous exhibition on the Peninsula in the 1970s and I was one of his opponents.
Originally posted by @moonbusNOW you tell me
I did have the satisfaction of being one of the few players who survived to a pawn endgame against Tarjan. Most of the other players were mopped up in middle game combinations.
Yes, if you make an immediate reply to the simul GM's move, he is entitled to keep on moving at your board. Whereas, If you pause, he will likely go to the next board and you hav ...[text shortened]... rs, he comes round sooner and sooner and the remaining players have less and less time to think.
Originally posted by @sonhouseDidn't Evans tell you? He should have.
NOW you tell me
Originally posted by @moonbusI get the funny feeling he wants to win....
Didn't Evans tell you? He should have.
Originally posted by @suzianneThanks, wondered what that meant. I guess that is the last we will hear of Deenine or maybe it should be Deenile....
too [b]vain;didn't read[/b]