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me playing with another of my student.
How bad was your student before you 'tutored' him?
More importantly, how do you miss 17. Rxd7? Much less have both of you hang pieces later? No way this is a 1500 FIDE game (from either side), and it's not even blitz!
And this is one of his good games!
And what does his greatest look like?
Well you should check my series !
Yes sir ! the 14th best
What a horrendous game. Looks like Sebleb could use some coaching of his own.
Yeah totaly messed up ! dont know what happened there !
lol sebleb you are truly a horrible chess player...
No need for that, you're hardly a pro.
Thanks ! I love the way you lie
I know, but this one couldnt be that bad... right ?
Look at the Rating of Your Oponent! I don't think you "Tutored" Him Well.
maybe he plays alot of unrated...
How do you know ?
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