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I said I would play unrated players (beginners) But not fifteen or more all at once. Please stop the new players I have enough.
You can change the number of new unrated players that you wish to play in your account settings.
I found out. Thanks. I must of had 100 people to play. Funny now.
Do volunteers always play black? I've just started and have noticed that all my games have had me using the black pieces.
Anyhoo--it is kind of fun playing stress free games.
Yes, in a greeter game, the greeter will always play black.
Is there not a default upper bound of greeter games that gets set if you don't override it? If not it might be a good idea.
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A new opening: The Descrophic Attack
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why is ruy lopez considered the strongest
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Time to limit involvement
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Kasparov vs Fischer in the late 80s?
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Chess Kibitzing my Friends List Games? Until the board caught fire!!!
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I offer free coaching to all just contact me .
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