Jacques PERMAL wrote:
I deceived myself about analysis of LOUIS-SYDNEY game. I wrote "16-21"
But I was thinking 14-19 at the good moment (48th move).
Am I right ?
MARTINIQUE is also a french caribean island. But there are not affiliated
associations of draughts. Only isolated players.
About house that could have been won by K.A ANDALL, I thought about a
misadventure of a GOLF taiwanese player in THAILAND this week-end.
There were a condominium and a car offered for a player who could have
succeeded a hole-in-one in a namely hole. Unfortunately he holed a same
another hole (par 3) in one ...two days in a row !!!!
"No key car again" he said !!!
Hi Jacques, it's about this part of the game Alexandre - Louis-Sidney.
H. Louis-Sidney (Martinique)
Anthony Alexandre (HaÃƒÂ¯ti)
Better is first 48.29-24, with which black won't have the possibility to play 48...14-19! 49.29-24 19x30 50.25x34 16-21 followed by 51...32-38 52...28-32 etc.
Sidney misses the last chance to a draw.
49.29-24 14-19 50.24x13 18x9 51.25-20 32-38
Now this manoeuvre isn't working.
52.33x42 28-32 53.41-37! 32x41 54.36x47 27x36 55.39-33 21-27 56.42-38
and white won in opposition.
A classic example!"
It's a pity, a big shame, that there is no association on Martinique!!
Isn't it possible that the French Federation de Jeu de Dames orders Fabrice Maggiore or Frantz Forbin (Kaiser Frantz Forbinsky the Great
, as he calls himself) to leave Guadeloupe and found an organisation in Martinique!?
Poor Adam Andall, he never became the old one again after blowing the house.