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So are their any code breakers on chess.com? Do you think code breaking can help chess for creative and critical thinking?
For anyone interested, here is a coded messege from a code I created. You can try to break it, but I doubt you can. I'd like to see a professional try it sometime :P
Oh yeah?! Careful who you're talking to...
lol i want to see the skill of a codebreaker break my code. i cant imagine how smart youd have to be
Looks like a URL address to me...
code breaking has nothing to do with chess.
unless you need a big IQ to do it
Break the code on the curved-wall outside ''Langley'' for starters. :-)
Uh-oh, I think this is one of those British things (next he's gonna start talking about milk floats and calling us all blighters & stuff).
What stuff ?
sorry..."all that rot."
Aha! ''Balderdash'' we call it.
Right you are. They wish to relive past glories to obscure the fact they've become rather long in their bad teeth.
We could always forgive them - after all, they gave us Shakespeare, Keats, Churchill, The Beatles & Stones - if only they would acknowledge the American invention of deoderant was indeed the greatest advance in civilisation.
and I don't even like Shakespeare and Keats...
Well hope you yanks aren't responsible for ''Lynx'' Estragon because that stuff is awful!
how about "bloody flapdoodle"?
Well we also have this word ''tommyrot'' ? That's not bad :-)
Oh yeah, I've heard that one! Though I'll admit I had to look in this thing to find "milk float"...
To the rest of you: it means "small dairy delivery truck."
Sorry video had to go. One listen to that is more than enough...
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