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Hehe. Then it makes no sense at all, but I like it.
My actual point, which I managed to obscure, was that when a clueless newbie braks a rule that he didn't know about, a clear but friendly correction seems more appropriate that calling him a cheater. It seems more in keeping with the fact that we're all fellow chess players here
PS: Once more, my apologies to the fishwives of the world
Yep, fair enough.
I am black and it is my move. I am wondering about Bf3 to trade my bishop with white's knight, which would force him to break his castled king side pawn structure.
This might be obvious to many but I am a new chess player so bear with me, thanks.
Yes taking is a very good move.
by shine5 a few minutes ago
7/5/2015 - Lasker - Alekhine, London 1913
by rowlem a few minutes ago
what percentage of chess players would say "gg"?
by Dead-Thread-Dredd 3 minutes ago
One minute chess
by petersenrobert71 5 minutes ago
Dragon Chess II: Game of Conquer (my own variation to an existing variant)
by BattleChessGN18 6 minutes ago
Moderation arbitrary censorship
by MelvinDoucet 6 minutes ago
Two passed pawn with Rock vs one passed pawn with Rock
by zorba_ca 7 minutes ago
What is the best defense for the english opening.
by MelvinDoucet 19 minutes ago
by kaynight 20 minutes ago
Is this poisotion possible?
by boljen 21 minutes ago
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