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This is a video for any n00bs out their that want to learn the very, very, very basic of chess. If you or someone that you know is a n00b and wants to learn in a entertaining way very basic chess. Please watch this video.
If your bored out of your fricken mind and want to call your self a n00b, so you can watch the video. Then I give you permission to watch the video.
Please let me know if you like these video's and if you have any suggestion to make the video's more entertaining or any comments!
I believe the term n00b is condescending and disrespectful. We all were beginners at some point in time. In fact, all of us are still learning now.
Mikhail Tal often read beginner books. When he was asked about this he simply stated that it's always a good idea to go over the basics.
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