Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Chess grandmaster, Yuri Eliseev, 20, dies in parkour balcony fall - Leaned over his 12th floor balcony while masturbating as he watched a young man changing clothes a floor below - Slippery hand lube may have contributed to his fall

In his games of chess, young grandmaster Yuri Eliseev was not afraid to try bold maneuvers. The Daily Telegraph, reporting from the February Aeroflot Open chess tournament in Moscow, described the 20-year-old Russian prodigy as a “relative unknown” who “was declared winner on tie-break even after losing this hair-raising encounter where both sides promote a pawn to produce a position with four queens on the board.”

Eliseev racked up several victories in his short career. In Maribor, Slovenia, in 2012, he won the under-16 group. By age 17, he had achieved the title of grandmaster.
The coach of the national Russian chess team, Sergei Yanovsky, told the BBC that “even as a young boy” the chess wunderkind “always wanted to show his daring and climb to places.” Outside of the competition halls, Eliseev enjoyed the sport of parkour, scaling walls and performing acrobatic maneuvers. Yanovsky said that Eliseev would walk along the edge of 6-foot-tall walls to show off his sense of balance.

The grandmaster’s fearlessness, however, ultimately cost him his life. On Saturday, while attempting to climb from a 12th story balcony, Eliseev slipped.

Parkour, invented by a Parisian teenager named David Belle, is the sport of vaulting across rooftops, structures and other urban obstacles. (Practitioners, called traceurs, can be seen in movies like “Casino Royale.” The sport was also parodied in an episode of “The Office.”) It can be a dangerous activity, with scattered medical case studies of traceurs who suffered spinal cord damage and other injuries. Deaths are rare but not unheard of; a professional stuntman died in 2014 while attempting a parkour jump from a fourth-story window of his Lisbon hostel.

Yanovsky called Eliseev “a very talented chess player, a very bright lad, he was always very popular in the team,” according to the BBC. The coach added that the 20-year-old “always sought unusual methods in everything, he had a predilection for unorthodox solutions . . . This is a very heavy loss.”
Russian authorities said the 20-year-old fell from the 12th floor of an apartment in Moscow, the Associated Press reported. His friend and a fellow competitive chess player, Daniil Dubov, wrote on the Russian-based social network VK that, in an attempt to swing from a window to a neighbor’s balcony, Eliseev lost his grip and plummeted.

Russian investigators were still trying to piece together what had happened, according to CNN, though it was clear Eliseev died at the scene. Friends in the apartment, they said, witnessed his fall.
Eliseev was a “close friend, a brilliant chess player,” Dubov wrote, and “one of the most talented people I know.”

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Anonymous said...

WikiLeaks Podesta emails: Rahm Emanuel used private email server to conduct government business

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel used a private email server to communicate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta, leaked emails reveal.
Emanuel, a former House lawmaker who served early on in the Obama administration, sent an email to Podesta asking him to consider Brian DeSplinter for a position with Clinton’s campaign. Emnauel sent the email from the address “mayor_re@rahmemail.com.”

The email address is still active, according to Mailtester.com, and is run through Google’s Gmail service

WikiLeaks published the email chain online Friday in its latest tranche of emails from Podesta’s hacked Gmail account. It’s long been suspected Emanuel used a personal email to conduct official city business.

The Chicago Tribune has been locked in a lengthy legal battle with Emanuel’s office for private emails and texts the mayor used to conduct government business.

The Tribune’s lawsuit claimed “the mayor’s office in recent years has been uncooperative with FOIA requests,” the paper argued. Emanuel’s “use of private phones and personal email allows the mayor to conduct city business out of public view and contributes to a ‘lack of transparency.’”

In May, a Cook County judge ruled in favor of the Tribune, saying Emanuel’s emails were not exempt from public records laws simply because they were done on a personal account.

“There is no merit to defendants’ argument that the mere storage of communications pertaining to the transaction of public business on personal electronic devices… categorically shields those communications from the FOIA,” Judge Kathleen Pantle wrote in her opinion.

The mayor’s office vowed to continue fighting the case, but the Tribune welcomed the ruling.

“It’s wrong for a government official to claim that if they conduct business on one phone and email account it’s a public document, but if they use another phone or account to conduct the same business it is a private matter,” editor-in-chief Bruce Dold said in a statement.

“We are committed to pursuing this case to the end,” he said.

DeSplinter served as Emanuel’s speechwriter, according to the April 2015 email chain released by WikiLeaks.

“Brian has been speech-writing for me for the past four years and has done a great job. He’s a highly skilled speech writer and I know he’d be a very valuable addition to the team,” Emanuel wrote to Podesta. “Let me know if you have any questions and I hope that you can find a good position for him.”

“Dan will reach out,” Podesta responded.

“Thank you. Would mean [a lot],” Emanuel wrote back.

http://www.hangthebankers.com/wikileaks-podesta-emails-rahm-emanuel-private-server/

Moka Moh said...

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Anonymous said...


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Aldo Raine said...

Eliseev was a “close friend, a brilliant chess player,” Dubov wrote, and “one of the most talented people I know.”

But not talented enough (and obviously lacking the physical strength) to swing from a window to an adjoining balcony.

Shoulda played less chess and maybe picked up a weight or done a few push-ups.

Stupid Ruskie.

Anonymous said...

You can best believe he will never ever do that again!

Anonymous said...

Shit happens!

Mr. SouthSide said...

The Godless Communists had him killed.

Anonymous said...

David Belle did not invent parkour
Blacks invented it to escape the Cops

Anonymous said...

WTF is a chess coach

Anonymous said...

Missing Queen piece found protruding from his bung hole.Ruskies suspect foul play.

Anonymous said...

Checkmate!

Anonymous said...

Checkmate, Komerade!

Anonymous said...

His last words were "hey comrade, watch this!"

Anonymous said...

Big deal! I'm the monopoly grandmaster! All my properties have hotels!

Anonymous said...

Should have stuck to chess.

Anonymous said...

May have been a good chess player, but not that bright.

Anonymous said...

Blogger Moka Moh said...
cool article and so useful thanks العاب فلاش

November 30, 2016 at 12:48 AM

Shaved, why do you allow this asshole to defile your great blog? Ban him immediately.

Anonymous said...

Bet he won't do that again.
SPLAT!

Anonymous said...

David Belle did not invent parkour
Blacks invented it to escape the Cops.

November 30, 2016 at 6:38 AM

LMFAO so true, bro!

Anonymous said...

BAN ALL CHESS MATCHES.

Anonymous said...

"Mongo & Eliseev Just Pawns in game of life."

Anonymous said...

Confirmed that seminal fluid was all over the railing

Anonymous said...

You can see an example of that in the movie Shaft.