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  Columbo - The Most Dangerous Match (Chess episode)




ketchuplover

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Mon Jan 28 2019 8:34PM | MsgID: 19790455


Originally posted by: "Colint"
Watched an hilarious old Columbo detective yawn yesterday it starred Lawrence Harvey (remember him!) as an hearing aid wearing chess grandmaster, it starts with him in a bizarre dream sequence him being lost on a giant chess board, he's due to play but goes on to kill his superior Russian opponent depicted as an congenial fat old geezer, nothing like a real Russian grandmaster...they had an impromptu game in a French restaurant using salt and pepper pots and all manner of other pieces...there was some interesting mention of real chess past players, and the one game they showed at the end at least showed a real checkmate.




Turn off that **** machine!







Colint

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Wed Jan 23 2019 12:01PM | edited: 12:03:44 | MsgID: 19790355


Watched an hilarious old Columbo detective yawn yesterday it starred Lawrence Harvey (remember him!) as an hearing aid wearing chess grandmaster, it starts with him in a bizarre dream sequence him being lost on a giant chess board, he's due to play but goes on to kill his superior Russian opponent depicted as an congenial fat old geezer, nothing like a real Russian grandmaster...they had an impromptu game in a French restaurant using salt and pepper pots and all manner of other pieces...there was some interesting mention of real chess past players, and the one game they showed at the end at least showed a real checkmate.