Reports | September 28, 2006 17:40

Nice quote by Alex Yermolinsky

[lang_nl]Yermo reageert op Kramnik-Topalov, na partij 4:?Ǭ†

"The last two games were marred by one particular problem. First Kramnik takes cxd5 (I see no reason to label exd5 risky), then today Topalov takes with a wrong piece on c4. I hope they get their recaptures right before the match is over." (Reactie op Kramnik-Topalov g4, Daily Chess Dirt.)[/lang_nl]

[lang_en]Yermo comments on Kramnik-Topalov, after game 4:?Ǭ†

"The last two games were marred by one particular problem. First Kramnik takes cxd5 (I see no reason to label exd5 risky), then today Topalov takes with a wrong piece on c4. I hope they get their recaptures right before the match is over." (Reactie op Kramnik-Topalov g4, Daily Chess Dirt.)[/lang_en]

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forest's picture

Ook een goeie van hem:
Fear of blundering is worse than blunders themselves.

Rini Luyks's picture

Another version of the famous frase (very important in playing chess!): "There is nothing to fear but fear itself" in the Wim Wenders film "Die Angst des Tormanns beim Elfmeter" (1971), based on Peter Handke?Ǭ¥s novel with the same title.
(Nu de site internatinaal is, kunnen we ook wel in het Engels reageren!?)

Rini Luyks's picture

...internationaal, dus...

Sanne's picture

Vlakbij het Weteringscircuit in Amsterdam staat de spreuk:

" men lijdt het meest, onder het lijden dat hij vreest"

komt allemaal op hetzelfde neer , maar ik vind bovenstaande het mooist.

Rini Luyks's picture

My quote was right,but the name of the film is wrong: it was said in Wenders' "Der Amerikanische Freund", based on the novel "Ripley's Game" by Patricia Highsmith.

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