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My style is definitly tactical and attacking style. I always try for the king!
I am not defensive! How come you're always saying that I'm defensive?
When did I say you are defensive?
Just now. See, you're doing it again!
what do you mean?
Unbelievable! How can you keep doing that to me?
what am I doing wrong?
You got caught in a semantic one-on-one with Andy.
Aha! Again with the innocent act.
In general, though, your "style" should not be that important in your game decision-making. Only the position of your pieces should influence your moves.
You're just saying that because you think you're better than all of us!
I have no idea as to how I play, except that maybe it can be equated to a three-legged bear running through the woods blindfolded.
my favorite attacking player is Paul Morphy. Here is my favorite game:
when does round 2 candidates start?
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Unusual BB4 Semi-Slav...
by MervynS a few minutes ago
Why is the Smith-Morra Gambit so popular?
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3/13/2014 - Cold As Ice
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Nimzowitsch's Defense answer to d4 d5 Nc3
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Quitting after losing Queen.
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Petition: Live Chess960
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