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What do you do when you are in team?
You do whatever the team is made for.
well for example is it obligatory to be in all the team matches?
Teams are for fun, group working is very enjoyable. u want to show ur group mates that how good u are, they count on u. So playng chess becomes more exited for u
Hey Greenleaf, you do what you can and want to do. Some teams are super active and it is tough to even try to play in most things, vote chess or matches generally. Others are more one thing at a time. I like smaller groups, mainly because I live vote chess. I also like groups that focus on specific openings-- even ones I wouldn't generally play.
thanks musicalhair,funny username BTW :)
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