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Ya'll are really off topic.
Another good thread gone bad.
It started out funny, anyway.
yeah sorry the flamewar came over here, it was my fault I think, oh well best we can do is post nonsence until a new page comes up and then we can start fresh on page 7
I don't blame you jet fighter, it's all their fault anyways to think a little trap move is a good opening and attempt to force it on everyone. I was looking at the signs your a bad chess player thread and my first thought was: "You come up with an opening called the queen side fried liver". I didn't post it because I didn't want them to ruin another good thread too.
This thread is going downhill fast.
just like my reputation
The Latvian Gambit
i am seeing double time to go to sleep
1. e4 e5
How is that guy who landed on his face, around 30 seconds in, not dead?
I would play e4 except it loses by force to c6.
I will now sum this thread up in a puzzle. This has been noted by many GM's to be the toughest puzzle ever created.
Looks like one of Norris' early chess studies.
No way bro. This one is much harder. Mate in 1.
you know you are a hopeless chess fan when you start writing letters to the opening moves like their your family or friends.
If you can't bring any booze to our party, at least don't stand there in the doorway handing out sobriety-test balloons.
dear chess fans you know your going loony when you start writing letters to the opening moves on the chessboard.
how's that Andy clifton i wrote a letter
Bringing in the calvary early? I believe this is a big mistake for 3 reasons:
1. The archers will have their bows ready and will make their first strike.
2. If they charge; you have no choice but to retreat.
3. You fail to show respect to the weaker ones, decreasing you culture.
As you can see; you have failed to live up to your expectations. Next time; bring the footsoldiers in early to stand and fight.
P.S. Bring your brother in and I will kill you.
From now on you're paying your own way.
I tried to give you another chance by learning the veresov. However, I came to find that this can only gain a slight positional advantage, and is not as devestating as the Parham Attack.
The only sound d4 opening is the Waite-Harrison.
Dear f5 followed by g6,
What's up? You getting ready for a siege or something?
You are a worthless piece of crap. You promised so much, but there is just nothing there. No tension, no fun, no uncomfortable pressure. I feel I wasted all the time we were together. Please jump off the nearest bridge, especially if it's over troubled waters--or at least muddy waters.
I had a fun time with you, exploring all your tactical variations. However, my trusted friend Wikipedia says you release the centre tension too early. Because I am a blind follower of whatever is on the internet, I have to leave you.
Have a nice life!
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