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22 juillet 2009 3 22 /07 /juillet /2009 18:32

Côte d’Ivoire, la déception…

 

Ne pas se rendre en Gambie au championnat d’Afrique qualificatif pour le championnat du monde au Brésil, le pays du roi Pelé, est une faute professionnelle. Recevoir les amis africains chez soi lors du championnat d’Afrique par équipe et ne pas se déplacer en retour sous un prétexte de papier ou de signature manquant du ministère, est inadmissible. Je vous rappelle que cela fait la deuxième fois que cela arrive, que la Côte d’Ivoire manque à l’appel d’un rendez-vous aussi important qu’un championnat d’Afrique Individuel (Yaoundé en 2006), à croire que l’on ne retient pas les erreurs du passé.

J’ai cru qu’on avait fini avec l’improvisation.

Quel que soit le problème rencontré, il fallait faire partir coûte que coûte, Blé Lida et Aman Eugène. A la Fédération de se débrouiller pour que ses joueurs participent au championnat d'Afrique, quitte à faire les démarches ensuite auprès du Ministère.

C’est une catastrophe pour les joueurs ivoiriens en particulier et pour le jeu de dames africain en général. Quel gâchis !

Atsé Joël, Huo Bi Gouri, Beugré Edmond, Ano Adonis, Blé Lida, Aman Eugène, Ahon Jean-Claude etc… consacrent énormément de leur temps à ce « pauvre » sport. Les seuls bonheurs auxquels ils aspirent sont les voyages et les rencontres internationales.

 

Messieurs, je ne vais pas vous apprendre qu’il est difficile (sur le plan damique) en Afrique d’organiser deux compétitions internationales en deux mois. C’est du gaspillage. Les supers favoris, le Cameroun et le Sénégal ont brillé par leur absence, ils ont eu raison puisque le pays organisateur n’est pas présent à Banjul pour le plus prestigieux et important championnat d’Afrique individuel qualificatif pour le championnat du monde et dont l’Afrique ne dispose que de 9 places.

 

Ne fallait-il pas plutôt organiser le championnat Individuel à Abidjan ? Plus valorisant avec la présence des tous les grands Maîtres Internationaux africains.

Cela n’enlève rien à la victoire de l’équipe nationale de Guinée, qui ne l’a pas volé. Lors de mon séjour à Abidjan, j’avais prévenu mon ami et frère Beugré Edmond de la montée en puissance de cette nation. Il m’a répondu : « qu’ils étaient prenables… » J’en profite d’ailleurs pour saluer les efforts consentis par Monsieur Kaba (Président de la Fédération Guinéenne).

 

Pendant le Challenge Laurent Gbagbo, j’ai été choqué sur le plan technique des damistes, de la rapidité à prendre des décisions sur le damier. J’attendais donc avec impatience le championnat d’Afrique par équipe pour savoir si je ne m’étais pas trompé. Et non ! J’ai eu la confirmation. Pendant le championnat d’Afrique, j’ai appelé l’informaticien de la Fédération Ivoirienne du jeu de dames, Désiré Touré (que je remercie pour les photos et les parties) afin qu’il dise à Atsé Joël d’arrêter de se précipiter et à Beugré Edmond et Huo Bi Gouri d’aller au bout de leurs idées. Les parties rapides (5mn) et la paresse sur le travail d’analyse sont les causes de cet échec.

Malgré la régularité des compétitions et la rémunération de certains damistes, les deux équipes, A et B, n’ont pas été à la hauteur des efforts qui ont été fournis par la Fédération et le Ministère. Quel dommage !

 

J’envisageais de créer un club avec pour capitaine le maître international Zeba Hamadou. Je me suis rendu à son travail pour le convaincre de revenir dans le jeu. « La Côte d’Ivoire avait besoin de lui. » Sa réponse a été tout de suite positive. Il reste pour moi, avec Djédjé Kouassi et feu Bah Ahmed, le joueur le plus talentueux que la Côte d’Ivoire ait connu. Mais si on ne peut pas voyager, à quoi bon créer un club ?

 

Je continue à faire confiance à l’équipe dirigeante à condition que la désillusion de Gambie ne se reproduise plus.

Et à mes amis damistes : « arrêter les jeux d’argent, il n’y a rien là-dedans, travaillez sérieusement le jeu de dames car on ne sait jamais… »

 

On est ensemble !

 

OSLOG

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30 mars 2009 1 30 /03 /mars /2009 05:44
Football - Eliminatoires Mondial et Can 2009: Côte d`Ivoire - Malawi 5-0. Une bousculade fait des morts...

 

Abidjan.net - 29 mars 2009

Dimanche 29 mars 2009. Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny. Photo: morts et blessés transportés de l`extérieur à l`intérieur du stade... avant la rencontre



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15 mars 2009 7 15 /03 /mars /2009 10:50

Article parut sur le blog Jazztrain


14 marzo 2009


Il blog di Oscar Lognon

 

  

 

Uno dei più bei blog di dama internazionale è sicuramente quello del forte Maestro francese Oscar Lognon, http://damlog.over-blog.com/
Il merito di Lognon è stato quello di utilizzare un linguaggio semplice per un gioco altamente complesso come quello della dama internazionale, non a caso il forte Maestro francese continua a pubblicare le partite più interessanti dei tornei più importanti del mondo, per seguirlo basta avere una damiera 10x10 e analizzare le mosse.
Un altro grando merito di Lognon è stato quello di analizzare le partite del nostro campionato italiano di dama internazionale e quelle dell'incontro a squadre che si è disputato lo scorso anno tra Italia e Francia (si spera che anche quest'anno i nostri damisti si confrontino con i forti damisti francesi).
E' un peccato che un blog così interessante non venga tradotto e divulgato nel nostro paese, se qualche giocatore di dama volesse pubblicare le analisi di Lognon (con il consenso del Maestro francese) credo che ci sarebbe la possibilità di una crescita del movimento damistico italiano.



Tratto dal blog di Oscar Lognon: Lognon alla vostra sinistra sta giocando contro il nostro Roberto Di Giacomo

 


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Bruno Hild - Bernard Speybrouck
Championnat de France semi-rapide 2007 à Jard-Sur-Mer.

C'est avec tristesse que j'ai appris le décès de monsieur Bernard Speybrouck. Je garde un bon souvenir de ce passionné du jeu de dames pour avoir partagé le même gîte lors du championnat de France 2006 à Lauzerte. Récemment dans le cadre de mon activité professionnelle , (construction du centre pénitentiaire à Coulaines , Le Mans) il m'avait généreusement proposé de m'héberger chez lui.

Toutes mes condoléances à sa famille.

Que son âme repose en paix.


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7 septembre 2008 7 07 /09 /septembre /2008 11:49

Les Grands damistes africains

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Baba Sy


Baba Sy vs 20 year old

Ton Sijbrands, in 1970

1971

 

 


Checkers Master in the game

1973

 

 


Iser Kuperman vs Baba Sy

1974



Harm Wiersma (10 years old) playing against
Baba Sy in a show-game in 1963

 


Baba Sy

A break between games

 

 


Anatoli Gantwarg vs Baba Sy
1977

Hans Jansen vs Baba Sy
1977


Grandmaster Baba Sy played International checkers for almost twenty years and was loved for his modesty and gentleness by spectators and competitors alike. He never forgot those people who helped him to realise the dream of his life, which was to play International championship checkers. Many noticed how flexible Baba was and how easily Sy adapted to new and challenging circumstances. Baba’s easy charm and warm personality ensured that he made many friends during the numerous tournaments and simultaneous plays he was involved with over the years. He could certainly be seen as a mentor for young Ton Sijbrands and encouraged many fellow checkers players during their games. Sy was always willing to share his observations after a game had been completed.
Baba Sy was killed in a car accident in Dakar in 1978, almost twenty years after his amazing rise to checkers ‘stardom’, and his tragic demise came as a blow for all within the international checkers scene.
Throughout his checkers career, Baba Sy was not fortunate enough to win a World Championship and never held the title of World Champion while he was alive. Since the one championship checkers game that he was scheduled to play against Iser Kuperman never took place, this left a question mark as to who should become the World Champion for that year. Unfortunately, it wasn’t until 1986, eight years after the death of the African player, that the General Assembly World Draughts Federation in the Netherlands decided to honour Baba Sy by declaring him the victor of the checkers match and thus awarding him with the World title for the year 1963. Posthumously, the Senegalese master became the first African World Champion in International checkers.
Although the Championship Title was indeed an honour to Baba Sy, it is such a shame that it took the Federation almost eight years to recognize his talent in this fashion. He was ready and willing to play the match against Kuperman, but it was the Russian Federation that cancelled the match and Iser Kuperman who did not show, regardless. Even in forfeit, Baba Sy should have been awarded the title of World Champion for 1963-4.
The great checkers talent of Baba Sy may now be gone, but his image and skill lives on in the memory of many friends and competitors from the checkers arena. He was indeed a pioneer in the mind sport in West Africa and his legacy to the world of checkers is that he set the for a contingent of strong African players that exist today.

 

Upon his death in Dakar in 1978, Baba Sy left the checkers/draughts world a legendary reputation and a wealth of games. In the past, a lot of valuable material has been lost for posterity, but in the memory of Baba Sy, Emile Biscons and Ton Sijbrands have ensured that Sy’s legacy lives on through their writings.
What Woldouby could not accomplish with his dazzling performance in Paris in 1910, Baba Sy’s tremendous checkers talent and skill certainly did accomplish, for he opened short-sighted eyes of the International checkers world to the hitherto undreamed of African checkers talents alive and playing on the continent of Africa.
A further legacy left by Baba Sy was the development of the draughts/checkers arena in Africa after his death. The African Draughts Confederation was created and became part of the FMJD, so that the African continent had a governing body to both promote and control the quality of the mind sport in various African nations. Further developments led to the creation of the International Tournament of Bamako, Mali, in 1980, which was won by Ton Sijbrands, and the World Championship of 1980 held in Bamako, as well. Then in 1984, the World Championship was held in Dakar, Senegal, and some years later, in 1996, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, sponsored the checkers World Championship.
Since then there have been numerous tournaments held in some of the African countries. Le Championnat d’Afrique/Africa Championship has displayed the talents of some notable African checkers players such as Léopold Kouogueu, Ndiaga Samb, Jean-Marc Ndjofang, Souleymane Ba, Bassirou Ba, Flaubert Ndonzi, Léopold Sekongo, Camara Cisse, and numerous others.
Dakar has also sponsored several checkers matches, the most recent was in 2007. During April 2008, the Coupe d’Afrique des Nations will be hosted in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and African checkers masters look to the future for more opportunities to share their board skills and talents on the International checkers circuit, as well as in the African checkers arena. Fifty years ago, a talented young checkers player, Baba Sy, opened the door to these many exciting opportunities.

According to Emile Biscons, Baba Sy was “The first and greatest African player of his generation, whose great talent allowed him to become the equal of the best draughts (checkers) players of the world.”

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Ndiaga Samb


Ndiaga Samb hails from Senegal, West Africa, which is a country rich in the heritage of board games such as checkers and chess. The Senegalese people are descendants of the great Moorish Almoravids, and are known as a powerful nation in checkers, a board game originally known as “el-Quirkat” in their ancestral history. The Senegalese play the checkers variant of International draughts that uses the 10X10 board and each side starts with 20 men, but the basic rules for checkers apply. For the novice, draughts has locks, pins, traps, and tactics just like chess.


Senegalese Moors

Senegal has produced one of the world’s top players in Grandmaster GM) Ndiaga Samb,who is currently ranked at 30th place among a long list of checkers players in the world by the FMJD or World Draughts Federation. Ndiaga Samb is a professional checkers and chess player, who now resides in the Netherlands.
Samb is a young man who possesses a very aggressive checkers style. No matter whether his opponent is a fellow countryman or the reigning checkers World Champion, he always tries hard to gain a winning combination. This personality trait has earned him a reputation as a ‘dangerous’ challenger to world champions of some repute.
Ndiaga has developed strong tactical crossboard skills and is currently one of Africa’s best checkers/draughts players. He is now ranks #8 in the world.


Ndiaga Samb 1991

Samb’s first regional level checkers competition took place in 1985. The following year, he became the regional champion and winner of the first mind games international festival of Dakar. He participated in the Senegal national checkers tournaments of 1987, 1989, 1990, and 1992. He placed third in the championship matches of 1987/9 and became the Senegal National Champion in 1990 and 1992.

The Senegalese checkers master played in Le Championnat d’Afrique/Africa Championship of 1992 and placed second in the tournament. He also competed in the Challenge Mondial in France in 1997 and was a tournament finalist. Ndiaga’s tactical checkers skill led him to victories in five International tournaments where he won first place in Mémorial Diouf (1991), Brunssum (1991 et 1999), Nijmegen (1998),
Bijlmer (2000) and Zeeland (2002).
The checkers champion from Senegal earned the titles of International Master (MI) in 1992 and International Grandmaster (GMI) in 2000, and has shown his inherent board talent and analytical skills in very tough world competition over the years.
Ndiaga Samb also displayed his unique style and checkerboard techniques in fourteen main tournament events between 2001 and 2003, and numerous others until the present time: 1st ~ Zeeland (2001/2), Leeuwarden (2003), 2nd ~ Brunssum (2001/2), Bijlmer (2001), 3rd ~ Bijlmer (2002), 3rd ~ Ordina Open (2001), Den Haag (2001/2), Orap Open (2002) and Bijlmer (2002), 6th ~ Orap Open (2001), and 9th ~ Ordina Open (2002). Ndiaga also travelled to Curacao for the 2003 Curacao Open and placed third in that checkers match. Then in 2005, Samb ranked fifth at the end of the tournament play in the World Championship match held in Amsterdam.
Other than the International field of checkers games, Ndiaga Samb also continued to challenge fellow Africans in championship matches. In 2006, he played in the Africa Championship tournament hosted in Cameroon, and placed second just behind Léopold Kouogueu from Cameroon, and ahead of Jean-Marc Ndjofang, also from Cameroon, Souleymane Ba from Mali, and Bassirou Ba from Senegal. This past year, Samb played a very strong first round in checkers at the 40th National Senegal Championship, but lost his edge in the following round, and the final result for Ndiaga by the end of the tournament was a second place rank behind Modou Seck Gaindé.
Apart from regular checkerboard competition, Ndiaga was also intrigued by chess and checker playing computers, so in August 2001 he agreed to play against the first Man-Machine in the history of International Draughts (checkers), against the French computer program, BUGGY. The match was sponsored by Le Damier de l’Opéra, Kolsloot, Turbo Dambase, and Crédit Mutuel and was held during the French Draughts National Championship.
Samb won the two-set match with scores of four wins to two, and then eleven wins to nine. Of course, the team behind BUGGY was eager for a rematch and revenge. This was set for the prestigious Palais des Festivals in Cannes, during the International Games Festival in 2003.


Buggy Team: (L-R) GM Maxime Kouamé (Côte d-Ivoire), NM Nicolas Guibert (France), NM Souleymane Keita (Senegal).

The rematch was sanctioned by the FFJD (French Draughts Federation) and the FMJD(World Draughts Federation) and the ICGA (International Computer Games Association).



Ndiaga Samb vs Mark Podolski SNS
Zeeland Tournament 2002

Samb in Leeuwarden Tournament
2003

 

 


Samb vs Goedemoed
Leeuwarden 2003

Ndiaga Samb vs Jan Pieter DrostIJmuiden 2003

IJmuide Champion 2003

Vladimir Milshin (Russia) vs Ndiaga Samb
World Championship Zwartewaterland 2003

Ndiaga Samb vs Kees Thijssen
Delft 2004

Ndiaga Samb vs Kees
Thijssen
Delft 2005

Ndiaga Samb Round 9 Blindfold Checkers Championship, Schiedam 2005

 

In 2005, the First unofficial Unique Draughts Blindfold World Championship was created and hosted in Schiedam, Netherlands. Ndiaga Samb represented Africa in this championship and played in a roster of master checkers champions including Alex Schwartzmann, Anatoli Gantwarg, Harm Wiersma, and Alek Georgiev. All nine players in this tournament match would play a round robin of one rapid game and one blindfold game with the other players. The unique aspect was that the scoreboard that would count was not only the scored points but also the ranking based on the quality of the checker games played by each master. Aggressive and creative board play would receive bonus points.
Alek Georgiev, Alex Schwartzmann, and Anatoli Gantwarg all scored 21 points and Ndiaga Samb followed these champion checker masters with 18 points, and that was quite an accomplishment when one considers the nature of this championship.



Statue of Blindfolded Player


Ndiaga intent on the massive checkerboard
at the Unique Blindfold Championship
in Schiedam;

Ndiaga and other tournament players in this
2005 World Match


Ndiaga intent on the massive checkerboard at the Unique Blindfold Championship
in Schiedam;
Ndiaga and other tournament players in this 2005 World Match

GM Samb has led other African notables in the checkers arena for a number of years now and this board game has created a strong contingent of players from Sénégal, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, and other African countries. These checkers masters grace the charts of the top one hundred players in the world. Joining GMI Samb is GMI Bassirou Ba, IM Gaoussou Sidibe, and GM As Malick El-Hadj Diallo. West African nation, Côte d’Ivoire, has at least six players in the top one hundred: NM Lancine Cherif, FM Houphouet Niamke, IM Ehire Eugene Aman, NM Oscar Lognon, NM Jean Claude Ahon, and NM Edmond Beugre.
However, before this current African checkers contingency appeared on the International scene, other notable masters and Grandmasters from Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Senegal, Congo, and Mali have taken part in many regional and national checkers tournaments as well as World Championships. MI Fidèle Nimbi (Congo), GMI Mamina N’Diaye (Mali), and GMI Djédjé Kouassi (Côte d’Ivoire) have each participated in numerous checkers competitions since the 1970’s. Arriving later in the tournament arena were master players MI Léopold Sekongo (Côte d’Ivoire), GMI Léopold Kouogueu (Cameroon), GMI Jean-Marc Ndjofang (Cameroon), and GMI Flaubert Ndonzi (Cameroon), who now resides in Reims, France, and plays with a French checkers club there.

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Bassirou Ba, Sénégal


Bassirou Ba, Sénégal, 1975 ~ Amsterdam


Bassirou Ba vs Rob Clerc
World Championship 2001 Moscow


Bassirou Ba vs Kees Romijn
IJmuiden 2004

Bassirou Ba IJmuiden 2004

GMI Mamina N’Diaye, Mali
Amsterdam, 1975


Mamina N’Diaye vs Overman 1976


Harm Wiersma vs Fidèle Nimbi Suiker Tournament
Amsterdam 1975

Fidèle Nimbi vs Carl Smith
World Championship
Amsterdam 1976

Fidèle Nimbi 1976

Simultaneous play, Reims Checkers Club in France

Gilles Delmotte vs F Nimbi National Championnat de France 2005

Fidèle Nimbi vs Serge Minaux Checkers Tournament 2006
National Championnat de France Checkers/Draughts Tournament 2007

GMI Flaubert Ndonzi vs MI Fidèle Nimbi

Djédjé Kouassi, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

 

GMI, Djédjé Kouassi, Frank Teer vs Djédjé Kouassi

 

Côte d’Ivoire
1983 Douai Checkers Tournament 2005
Léopold Sekongo, Côte d’Ivoire

Léopold Sekongo Côte d’Ivoire

Léopold Sekongo vs Cyrille Pillenier International Checkers Tournament

Léopold Sekongo vs Ndiaga Samb Sneldam Tournament 2005
Cannes 2004

Léopold Sekongo vs Johan Sterrenburg
Checkers Tournament Amsterdam 2006

Flaubert Ndonzi, Cameroun (Cameroon)

Flaubert Ndonzi vs Johan Koster (Curacao) International Checkers World Championship 2001 Moscow

Ed Holstvoogd vs Flaubert Ndonzi
Hiltex Zeeland Checkers Tournament 2004

 


Arne van Mourik vs Flaubert Ndonzi

Arne van Mourik vs Flaubert Ndonzi
Amerstoort Tournament 2005

Ndonzi Wins the 6th Barnsteen Tournament July 2005

Flaubert at the Douai Checkers Competition 2005

Flaubert & Jean-Marc Flaubert
Cannes 2005

Ndonzi vs Oscar Lognon
National Checkers Championship
of France 2007

Ndonzi vs José Beyaert


Flaubert Ndonzi vs Fidèle Nimbi
National Checkers Championship
of France 2007

Champion of Africa 2000

 

Jean-Marc Ndjofang, Cameroun (Cameroon)

 


Best African Player Moscow 2001

World Checkers Championship Yakutsk

Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Siberia, Russia 2002

Champion Cannes International Open 2003

Guntis Valneris vs JM Ndgofang Den Haag (The Hague) 2003 International Checkers Tournament

Contemplating the next checker move

Jean-Marc annotating checkers moves
Delft Open Tournament 2004

Jean-Marc Ndjofang vs Ndiaga Samb
Delft 2004

Aleksander Safonov vs JM Ndjofang

Ndjofang observing the
checkers activity

    


Paas Tournament
2004

Pool B Wattrelos Checkers Club
2005

Blitz de Wattrelos
2006

  


Domtsjev vs Ndjofang to the front
Baljakin vs Kouogueue beside them

Baljakin vs Kouogueue beside them
Botswana Checkers Tournament
2006

Jean-Marc Ndjofang vs Ngolo Coulibaly
Jean-Marc was contenting champion

JM Ndjofang vs L Nicault Brunssumdam
Open Netherlands 2007

Champion 2007

Blitz de Wattrelos Open
National Tournament France

Checkers is Jean-Marc’s game
2007

Jean-Marc Ndjofang, Léopold Kouogueu,
Ndiaga Samb, and Flaubert Ndonzi
in Varazze, Italy 2005

African Contenders for the World Team Checkers Draughts Championship Varazze, Italy 2005

 

 World Checkers Team Championship
International Draughts 2005
in Varazze, Italy



African Champion 2006

Léopold and Young Checkers Players

I Kirzner vs L Kouogueu
Checkers World Championship
Moscow 2001

Kouogueu contemplating next
checkers
move in African Championship

Checkers World Championship
Moscow 2001

Kouogueu contemplating next
checkers move
Team World Championships in Varazze, Italy 2005

Kouogueu vs Baljakin 2006

Kouogueu 2006


Winners of African Championship
2007

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30 juillet 2008 3 30 /07 /juillet /2008 12:04

Bonjour !

Je m'appelle Léa Gbagbo LOGNON,

Je suis née le 28 mai 2008 à 15h45.

Je pèse 4kg050 et mesure 50,50cm.



Voici ma petite frimousse !

 


Juste après le stage se déroulant à Parthenay, j'ai eu l'honneur de recevoir chez moi, le GMI camerounais Jean-Marc NDJOFANG, le Directeur de la Coupe de France, Thierry LE QUANG et le Président de la Ligue Centre Ouest, Cyrille PILLENIERE, lors de la fête organisée pour la naissance de la petite Léa Gbagbo,
 le 13 juillet 2008.























Jean Lou Praud ici au centre, (damier nantais) était  également présent.

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"L'initiative d'Oscar LOGNON magnifié"

http://forum.lixium.fr/d-10097015.htm

Source, blog de Malick Niang : http://malickniang.over-blog.com/

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http://fmjd.org/bb/viewtopic.php?t=1934&start=15

Partie amicale Blitz, A. Getmanski - O. Lognon

Abidjan - Côte d'ivoire

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Je me suis toujours demandé pourquoi Getmanski, joueur talentueux et teigneux  surtout en fin de partie, n'arrivait pas à être Champion du Monde? Mais depuis quelques jours, je viens d'avoir la réponse. Il a tout simplement du mal à battre les africains.

Je me souviens encore, en 1996, en Côte d'Ivoire lors du Championnat du Monde individuel, Getmanski qui avait besoin des 2 points pour se qualifier pour les phases finales, a utilisé toutes les grimaces possibles pour destabiliser son adversaire qui était en outre, l'ivoirien Zeba Amadou. Mais sa recette n'a pas pris. 

Toujours en Côte d'Ivoire, il y a eu un manque de fair-play de la part de A. Schvarsman lors de sa partie contre E. Prosman. En effet, en plus de la décision de l'arbitre, la partie était archi remise.  Déçu de ne pas pouvoir gagner,  Schvartsman avait forcé Prosman à poursuivre la partie, créant ainsi un mini scandale.

Tout près de nous, en Italie lors du Championnat du monde 2005 par équipe, il y a eu un fait extraordinaire qui est passé sous silence : la tricherie au portable via internet opérée par l'ukrainien Oleg Chernjak contre le camerounais Thomy Nbongo, l'arbitre de cette rencontre était la lithuanienne Rima Daniléviciene qui a ordonné à l'Ukrainien de couper son téléphone, suivi d'un petit  avertissement verbal. Toujours en Italie, il y a eu aussi lors de la dernière journée, le calendrier opposant  la Biélorussie, largement favorite  face à la Lithuanie (4-4) qui a joué en défaveur de l'équipe première de  l'Italie.

Les deux actuels meilleurs joueurs du monde, Tchizov et Georgiev, battent  régulièrement les africains. Et cela se passe sans bavures.

Que Dieu vous bénisse.

OSLOG

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