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You are a bad chess player when you lose to me
You're a bad chess player if you lose to me.
I think that these two premises cancel each other out.
we'll see once our game ends :)
You know you're a bad chess player when you are overconfident.
You're a bad chess player when you know what it takes to be a bad chess player
Today, your chess isn't half bad.
As fate would have it, there is no peace for the weary.
Sounds like a challenge in the making. Can we watch? And you should know that bottles of ketchup can be tough!! I had to use a knife on one once.
I'm pretty sure stabbing your opponent is against FIDE rules.
And even funnier:
It's pretty difficult to stab your opponent during online chess also. I guess it wouldn't be "virtually" impossible though.
You're a bad chess player when you make a sacrifice that is absolutely winning yet fail with the next move.
You add a codicil to your Will requesting that your favorite chess set be buried with you. You want to put it out of its misery.
Good one, e4! I never thought I'd get a laugh out of this stupid thread, but you just proved me wrong.
You know you could be a grandmaster if you were to put in the time and money. Couple hours a week studying. Maybe a hundred bucks for a good coach.
But, you choose not to because you "have a life".
Besides, really good chess players simply have a fetish...a paroxysmal fetish. Thus, they are to be pitied.
Your all-time favorite chess book is:
I Was Tortured in the Pasadena Jailhouse
It was written by your favorite chess player, Joey Casablanca
You grabbed opponent' piece to checkmate your own king and claim victory.
You are losing the game and when you look up, you notice that your opponent is reading a book. (Happened to me)
your opponent is not allowed to read a book during a chess tournament. how can you tell that he hasn't his chess notes in one of his pages. if it is a chess book he might even have the position in the book that is in the game with best move suggestion and explanation.
who said it was a tournant.
your first move is exd1# and you say you win
The difference between a bad player and a good one:
You're so colourblind that you do see the difference between black and white...
You would be surprised at how well some blind people can play.
This is blindness indeed.
by Stephenson2 3 minutes ago
Best chess masters biographies?
by dixe3 3 minutes ago
Shredder12UCI: left thinking for 9 hours after 1.e4 gave a sequence. Interested?
by Stigmatisert 3 minutes ago
Patzer vs. Expert. Truly smashing. Really.
by plutonia 4 minutes ago
Opening explorer give VERY MISLEADING statisticS
by DrFrank124c 7 minutes ago
Analyse Dragon game
by yeres30 10 minutes ago
Without The Chequer Pattern ?
by 335394862 12 minutes ago
Chess coordinate system difficulties
by xlgc 13 minutes ago
The "Pretend You're a Grandmaster" Thread
by BhomasTrown 14 minutes ago
Does the block-function also include forum threads?
by 335394862 14 minutes ago
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