Sunday, May 23, 2010

Drunk Chess History

The great chess games of our past are always framed with a background filled with conflicting political ideologies, international affairs and exotic locales. And all of the players are always so sharply dressed...who cares if they all died penniless and alone?

The chess public owes a debt of gratitude to the chess journalists who tirelessly bring us these great tales from the past.

One of these journalist goes by the name of Blunderprone. Not only is Blunderprone a first class chess historian, but he is also an all-around great guy. In this Internet age, we are in contact with many people in many locations. Unfortunately, we do not always get to meet these people face to face.

Someday I will meet Blunderprone. And when I do, I'm going to buy him a few drinks and get him to talk about some chess history.

It might go something like this...

3 comments:

John aka Endgame Clothing said...

Notice the beards with this guys and Blunder...hmmm.

BlunderProne said...

See... that's why I quit drinking before you tube was invented.

That's too funny...I am also a big fan of Tesla...Marconi sucks!

John aka Endgame Clothing said...

Blunder - I'm sure a lot of people wished they stopped drinking before youtube came around!!