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Bluemeeu...perhaps you've spending to much time in Starbucks or the Canadian equivilant...good luck wit dat.
Naw... I was always crazy. Comes from (or along with) making Cartoons for a living.
I am, however, a hopeless Tim Hortons addict (that's a coffee shop franchise). You got that right.
This thread/forum is equivalent to a Jeopardy category and is hereby locked/[DELTED/REDACTED], by Alex Tribek!!!
No furhur posts will b axepted.
Alex is Canadian too... Nuff said.
Wrong view, resolve, speech, action, work, effort, mindfulness and concentration on ur part!!!! Ur post was not axecepted. This thread is about votes, and not referendums!!!
Regardless of ur samsaric response, Chesscoaching, I will be sleeping on my virtual Thread Killertm virtual custom-made " The Prisonertm" pillow trophy tonite!!!!
With my yoga mat, and Slumberjacktm -20 Fahrenheit rated (hint) sleeping bag.
Chesscoching, so sorry ur brain was switched out in episode, Number 2.
U r not a numbur!!! You are a free man!!! Hahahahahaha!!!!
P.S. don't forget... sometimes the guy who plays "The Prisoner"" also gets to play "The Warden". ;S
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I can't read through all the comments so this was probably mentioned in some form or another:
If you know that the person you are playing is new to chess, and most of the time people announce that information, then you should first go over special rules like en passant, castling, etc. If the person made no mention and happily sat down to challenge you to a chess match, then it's only fair that you make legal chess moves. Makes perfect sense and you're just playing the game of chess.
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Posting redactions won't work.
If I'm in an OTB game, I will inform them that it is indeed a rule of chess. If they continue to argue, I will invite them to come back for another game later after they actually learn how to play chess. If an online game where they freak out and accuse me of hacking the site, I will just laugh at them.
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