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Like me, I mean i have chellanged judit and she accepted but she doesn't moves.. maybe cos she's on vacations, anyways my question is that do these grandmasters actually plays with us or not ?
I think so, this game I suspect is an undercover GM since they were highly rated and didn't miss a beat with the killer move Nd4!
yeah, you should have looked at the 18. Rh2
if i was a GM i wouldnt play against random people online unless there was a cash incentive involved.
seems like a waste of my time to do it for free.
You wouldn't do it for sport?
I'd thrashIM's for sport
Amazing! You will get a win against Judit Polgar!
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remove friends !
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