This discussed the question of Jaap Van Oosterom's world correspondence chess titles, and who might have illicitly helped him win them. The comment draws our attention to a passage from the recent New In Chess eulogy to Van Oosterom
the author of which is Dirk Jan Ten Geuzendam.
The passage referred to is this one.
Let's take, for instance, this:
Needless to say, he used all the advice he could get.What does this mean?