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I was wondering if there are any groups on chess.com that are mostly for sparring each other and analyzing games? It seems like people ask for sparring partners on here a lot and it is something I could see being very useful.
I tried to search through the groups for one but there are tons of groups and I didn't see one.
Don't know of any groups, but would not mind a sparring partner to also help improve my games. What do you say? Wanna play?
Send me a message and we can setup an unrated game that we can also analyze after.
I will take the lack of other responses to indicate that there likely isn't such a group on chess.com
You could always create a group for sparring, maybe others would see the value of a group centred on sparring and join up.
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