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He was rightfully banned because he was cheating.
The vast majority of his moves matched the moves that Fritz would make.
End of discussion.
Or is it just the beginning of the discussion?
The engine in question was Houdini, not Fritz.
He really knows how to improve and challenge his opponents. I want his shoes too.
Perhaps not. I hear he has really smelly feet.
Developer of the shoe defense.
The Great Shoedini
Somone needs to give omargalanti trolling lessons. Can't be so obvious.
he great player
great sportsman too
Great sporstman? the guy is the most obvious cheat in chess and you think he is a great sporstman, wow i want some of what you are smoking
me sacaron de la zona de juego
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Quick question (players rated above 2000)
by hayabusahayate16 6 minutes ago
If Fischer would played Karpov for the World Champion, who would win?
by JamieDelarosa 7 minutes ago
Is it possible that there are still good openings that remain unexplored?
by stuzzicadenti 19 minutes ago
What is the best move here? Where do I move knight?
by Bobby-J-Fischer 21 minutes ago
What to Study
by Robert0905 23 minutes ago
Faking a LOW rating to win !!
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Thoughts on 1.Nc3
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