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(41) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Wednesday, Jun 22, 2022 20:53]

Hurray! :)
 
   
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(42) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Thursday, Jul 28, 2022 07:58]

Dear chess friends,

Yet another month has whizzed by! The next Zooooooom meeting will be on Saturday 30th July 2022, the last Saturday of the month.

As regular attendees will know, it's a very informal affair. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill amongst the ranks.

Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, 1pm continental Europe, noon UK, 8am EST etc. The meeting lasts for up to 4 hours, but feel free to come and go as you like.

The invites sent out last time (mainly via MatPlus Notes) should still work. If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send them the invite: trying to loosely control access to the invite, so that we don't get visited by gatecrashers.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published.

Love to all,
Andrew
 
   
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(43) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Tuesday, Aug 23, 2022 11:09]

Dear chess friends,

And yes yet another month has whizzed by! The next Zooooooom meeting will be on Saturday 27th August 2022, the last Saturday of the month.
I'm actually in HK right now, and had a chance to meet Sophie for dinner earlier in the week. So we verified that the other is indeed a real person!

As regular attendees will know, it's a very informal affair. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill amongst the ranks.
Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, 1pm continental Europe, noon UK, 8am EST etc. The meeting lasts for about 4 hours, but feel free to come and go as you like.

If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send them the invite.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published.

All the best,
Andrew
 
   
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(44) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Sunday, Sep 18, 2022 14:30]

Dear chess friends,

The next Zoom meeting will be on Saturday 24th September. It’s very informal. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill.

Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, 1pm continental Europe, noon UK, 8am EST etc. The meeting lasts for about 4 hours, but feel free to come and go as you like.

If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send them an invite.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published.

Love to all,
Andrew
 
   
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(45) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Monday, Sep 19, 2022 10:00]

Oh Julius, why is there no Sep 31th? On 24th I have (one guess) a chess tournament :-)
 
   
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(46) Posted by Sarah Hornecker [Monday, Sep 19, 2022 14:29]

Just play Floral Spuzzem.
1) Opponents are confused what this does at chess.
2) While Floral Spuzzem decides if it wants to destroy an artifact, you can attend the Zoom meeting. And the next 50 years of your life also.
 
 
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(47) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Tuesday, Oct 25, 2022 15:52]

Dear chess friends,

The next Zooooooom meeting will be on Saturday 29th October and is Halloween themed! It's up to you how you interpret this. I've no idea myself yet.

It’s a very informal affair. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill amongst the ranks.

Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, 1pm continental Europe, noon UK, 8am EST etc. The meeting lasts for about 4 hours, but feel free to come and go as you like.

If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send them an invite.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published.

Love to all,
Andrew
 
   
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(48) Posted by James Malcom [Tuesday, Oct 25, 2022 16:55]

Another month already!
 
   
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(49) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Tuesday, Oct 25, 2022 19:10]

Aw shucks. Biannual Lüneburg problemist meeting. Already had
problems (no pun intended) to shovel the Dähnepokal OTB
away from the date. Can attend exactly 15 minutes...
 
   
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(50) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Wednesday, Oct 26, 2022 07:20]

Sorry Hauke
 
   
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(51) Posted by Wilfried Neef [Saturday, Oct 29, 2022 09:21]

Hi guys! I did not get lost but are still busy with other activities! Hope to join you in Nov or Dec!
 
   
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(52) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Saturday, Oct 29, 2022 12:33]

No worries Wilfried, thanks for the update, see you soon!
 
   
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(53) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Sunday, Oct 30, 2022 06:30]

We were 14 attendees last night! Our biggest ever event, with both young and old, and attendees from Austria, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, Slovakia, USA & Vietnam. Hurray for us! :)
 
   
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(54) Posted by James Malcom [Sunday, Oct 30, 2022 06:38]

Clinking glasses of root beer for us all!
 
   
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(55) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Sunday, Oct 30, 2022 10:09]

Yay! Even Sawyer from "Lost" was attending!
...
Oh, wait, my prosopagnosia. That was James :-)
 
 
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(56) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Sunday, Nov 20, 2022 12:10]

Dear chess friends,

These things called months: they go so fast! Here we are coming to the end of November already. The next Zooooooom meeting will be on Saturday 26th November.

As regulars know, it’s a very informal affair. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill amongst the ranks.

Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, noon in continental Europe, 11am UK, 7am EST etc. Please check the time locally, as clocks have recently gone back.

The meeting lasts for about 4 hours, but people come and go as they choose.

If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send them an invite.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published, so this can be a good opportunity to try stuff out.

Love to all,
Andrew
 
 
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(57) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Thursday, Dec 22, 2022 02:20]

Dear chess friends,

Happy holidays!

Due to the way the calendar falls this year, we've agreed that the next Zooooooom meeting will be on Monday 26th December.

As regulars know, it’s a very informal affair. The average age of attendees is low, but there is substantial composing and solving skill amongst the ranks.

Time remains noon GMT, which equates to 9pm Japan, 8pm Singapore/Hong Kong, 5.30 India, noon in continental Europe, 11am UK, 7am EST etc. Please check the time locally, as clocks have recently gone back.

The meeting lasts for about 4 hours, but people come and go as they choose.

If you have a friend who wants to join, please contact me and I will immediately send an invite.

As usual please bring problems for general solving, topics for discussion, jokes etc. Problems discussed in such a private call are not considered to have been published, so this can be a good opportunity to try stuff out.

Hope you can make it.

Love to all,
Andrew
 
   
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(58) Posted by James Malcom [Thursday, Dec 22, 2022 04:56]

I shall come again.
 
   
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(59) Posted by Andrew Buchanan [Friday, Dec 23, 2022 00:41]

Hurray! It will be great to see you
 
   
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(60) Posted by Jacques Rotenberg [Tuesday, Dec 27, 2022 15:07]

It was a very nice meeting, I enjoyed very much to join it!
Thank you Andrew!
 
   
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