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I agree; it's theoretically possible but physically impossible.
brings back memories in a previous life ...
Two options:1) Never play
2) Be better than everyone else.
(((The Secret to Never Losing)))
"Only he who never plays never loses." ~ Anatoly Karpov
"Place the board so that the sun shines in the opponents eyes"
- Ruy Lopez
"Don't go on talk shows with Magnus Carlsen"
- Bill Gates
"don't defend ur title" - vishy (new book - 'things i shld've learnt from fischer')
Even World Champion Carlsen doesn't know this seccret,and he loses sometime; you are an idiot. No GM will post this and they are stronger than you. To quit playing chess is no secret and any loser can do this. If a player is low rated but enjoy playing chess for fun or rating; even if he or she loses a lot is still a winner.
Never play, never lose.
Would you take an F#
or a Gb?
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Fu ck youself
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Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
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