|(1) Posted by Darko Šaljić [Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 09:35]|
Is there any tactics in a twomover?
Take it easy, just kidding :)
In the new year I wish to all Chess Problem friends less tactics and strategies in your lives and a lot of love and joy.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
|(2) Posted by Geir Sune Tallaksen Østmoe [Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 11:36]|
That sounds like a good strategy for the upcoming year. :)
Happy new year everyone!
|(3) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 13:07]|
Ah, we all have to make sacrifices...
Nevertheless, "Guten Rutsch", as the German says.
(archaic; correct translation is "good travel")
|(4) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013 20:38]|
No, correct translation is: Germans transcribed Rosch ha-schana wrong. :-)
|(5) Posted by Jacques Rotenberg [Wednesday, Jan 1, 2014 00:48]|
The problem with this is that " gut Rosh HaShana " is not used at all
|(6) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Wednesday, Jan 1, 2014 02:29]|
The Germans took the jewish new year name, and made "Gut Rosch" of it, and later "Guten Rutsch".
Well, that is what I learnt. Wikipedia offers other possibilities as well.
|(7) Posted by Jacques Rotenberg [Wednesday, Jan 1, 2014 09:51]|
In Hebrew or in Yddish, you generally wish a "good year" rather than a "good beginning of the year"
|(8) Posted by Dejan Glisić [Saturday, Jan 4, 2014 00:00]; edited by Dejan Glisić [14-01-04]|
Happy New Year 2014. and happy International Chess Composition Day!
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