August 11, 2019
Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington circa 1940s.
“A problem is a chance for you to do your best.”
Duke Ellington, American jazz musician (1899-1974)
All quotes in the Dictionnary of quotes.
Duke Ellington playing the piano (undated).
No problem for him: Duke Ellington can play Black and White in the same time! (^_-)b
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A previously unreleased endgame problem.
LIKE AN EJECT MACHINE
LEVEL: EASIER WITH WHITE (^_-)—☆
The way I like it
Is the way it is:
The one who moves first
Is the one who wins
Like an, like an eject machine, man!
Movin’, doin’ it, you know
Can I count it off?
James B. White, Get Up (I Feel Like Being An) Eject Machine q:
James Brown in 1950.
You wanna hear it like it did on the top fellas? (Yeah!)
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If you like Abalone, you may like Belgian daisy:
The Belgian daisy variation with Peas vs. Stainless steel marbles. Peas begins ^^
But do you like brussels? q:
Moral: play as you like! And you may like some Abalone variations and not some others. It is your absolute right as a player (^_-)—☆
See also: Get out your fork!
A fork is a tactic move whereby several opponent pieces are directly and simultaneously attacked.
A previously unreleased Abalone exercise.
EAT YOUR PEAS, DAISY!
You play stainless steel (grey) versus vegetable (green).
Your turn to move. Enjoy your meal! q:
A good fork! This is what you need to catch three of these runaway little green balls ^^
If you play the best possible move, how many tines will your fork have?
Have a nice day
It’s Valentine’s Day! (:
Crossed hearts, an Abalone variation by Loulei and gohatto