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mc says glug glug (cos he's quaffing his orange juice) and nyam nyam (cos he's chewing his raisins)
Carlsen is a chess god. He sees things that most super GMs do not. Good luck Anand.
Carlsen seen to be weak in the opening...If Anand manages to take advantage in the opening then he might have good chances
His biggest weakness is that when he is so focused on his moves that he doesn't see the guy I hired to sneak up behind him and clonk him on the head...
...don't forget the brass nuckles
Steal all orange juice..I hope this might work
And on my day I can beat even Kasparov or Carlsen in a 6 hour game
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