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I'm an ageing old well-travelled English boozer who keeps 80 games on the go, loses half, but gets accused of cheating often (which I love, 'cos it makes me feel so intelligent!).
I want to play more Danes, mostly because I'm hoping to spend a weekend in Copenhagen playing chess ad drinking (well, drinking really!)
I never refuse a challenge, although I do block the wankers who call me a cheater and swear.
When in copenhagen, try to find ØBRO chessclub, their motto is: My drinking club got a CHESS problem.
I was thinking more, lets play and see if we relate, but I like their motto!
You should come to Norway and play here mate.
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best way to play against queens gambit.
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If Fischer would played Karpov for the World Champion, who would win?
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honestly..the only true rival of Magnus is this man
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Ridiculous new "anti-cheating" rule for the World Open.
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