Friday, March 22, 2013

Chess Ideologies




Once I walked past her at Michigan and Randolph crossing the street. I said “Hi” (even though I didn’t know her) and she smiled and said “Hi” and we walked past each other. She was–easily–the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen in real life. She had some kind of magic about her face.







“My System” (German: Mein System) is a book on chess theory written by Aron Nimzowitsch. Originally over a series of five brochures from 1925 to 1927, the book — one of the early works on hypermodernism — introduced many new concepts to followers of the modern school of thought. It is generally considered to be one of the most important chess books of all time.

The book is divided into three parts: The Elements, Positional Play, and Illustrative Games.






Part 1: The Elements

The city back then
was like memory is now
surrounding us both.


Part 2: Positional Play

Often the city
is outside us but somethimes
it is inside us.


Part 3: Illustrative Games


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Hypermodernism (chess)
at Wikipedia


“Good Little Naked Mole Rat”

What Is A Toy?

“Hold Me Forever: A Doll Philosophy”






















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