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There is an inverse correlation between the heighth of a player's rating and the sharpness of his or her wit.
You said inverse correlation.
Proving my dull wit.
That graph speaks volumes.
Now, go to your your room for posting it. Detention for you.
Would be interesting to give op the power to delete immature and dogmatic post.
Sorry, wrong thread, that graph was for time controls. :P
does Fide rating count? Because mine is below 800. I have simplyaa super fast connection and mouse...
Why would you bump this worthless thread?
(looks at profile)
Never mind. Hi, Kasporov Jr.
It's not worthless. It provides entertainment. Maybe not to you, but for people like me.
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