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I do not believe this post is in any way relevant, family friendly, or mature. Please think before you post as this is not acceptable in chess openings. Now in the off-topic section...
your are a butthead you jerk
I think that would be "you are"
Well, if you're going to get finicky, you may as well tell him to hyphenate butt-head, insert a comma after it, and place a period after jerk.
lmao, yes.. thats a good place to start.
I love you kevin
Well forget it you nerd get a life you loser
I think it is time to...
bring down the law!
kevin i want you
^this dude is awesome
I'm guessing Kevin1 already got hit with a ban hammer. Now he's back, with a new attitude.
why is ruy lopez considered the strongest
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How to stop being a patzer?
by fuzzbug a few minutes ago
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by tanmay_chakrabarti 3 minutes ago
by caveatcanis 5 minutes ago
where did black go wrong?
by hedafuss 6 minutes ago
Is Ben Finegold as big a jerk as he seems in his videos?
by PossibleOatmeal 6 minutes ago
After 1.d4, e4 can ALWAYS be played.
by Becky_the_Stabber 7 minutes ago
by 2005yana 7 minutes ago
If Capablanca played Carlsen for the world champion match, who would win?
by Marcos-Jekyll 11 minutes ago
Are chess players egoistic nerds?
by Becky_the_Stabber 17 minutes ago
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