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I just checked my database.And there is a player with the last name "Bye" who has over 6000 games in the database! That's even more then Kortsjnoi.
But he lost almost all of his games! He has scored a few draws against strong grandmaster though. I think that he's drunk or something most of the times but sometimes is sober and then draws.
Who is this mysterious bye?I have heard claims that he is even immortal! A dubious claim, but the main is atleast 100 years old at the moment and still seems to be in the same playing condition as when he first appeared.
It surprises me that there aren't more annotated games of him. His games are a bit boring though.
Wah wah waaaahhhhhh...
Why is there no take back option?
by SJFG 3 minutes ago
Ban or mute trolls
by harryz 6 minutes ago
How Do YOU Move?
by cornbeefhashvili 11 minutes ago
White moves his knight back and forth and wins a player with a rating of 3141
by Beren_Camlost 13 minutes ago
black...BLACK...I am given black to play constantly
by Beren_Camlost 22 minutes ago
lost game due to time, but clock showed time for both plaers
by Beren_Camlost 25 minutes ago
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by Talonflame_Fan 32 minutes ago
Introduction of 'Flip-board function' to Live Chess
by Kem_Nebu 35 minutes ago
Lost due to resignation
by Lose_a_lot 44 minutes ago
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