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Parham is usually like that
Going to leave this thread, no longer interesting to me.
I am currently training to be a Russian, so hopefully my game will really take off. But then if Russians or indeed Americans are the best why is there an Indian and Israeli playing out the World Chess Championship? Baffled? I am!
1. you're on a path to greatness my friend. Good luck.
2. Anand is a russian. The media is lying to you.
3. america is nothing compared to the GREAT RÜSSIA.
Russia is nothing compared to the good old Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. And that was nothing compared to a good baked potato. With butter and sour cream! mmmmmmmmmmmm!! Throw on some bacon, and wow! Checkmate!
12/9/2013 - Mate in 3
by Chess_Guru01 a few minutes ago
Magnus Carlsen dropped out of school in sixth grade?
by waffllemaster a few minutes ago
Borislav Ivanov is Back! (AGAIN!!)
by expand a few minutes ago
In the spirit of Tal. My best game so far!
by ancor3 2 minutes ago
What is you favorite thing about Carlsen?
by JohnStormcrow 2 minutes ago
How someone wins a match without checkmate?
by Mersaphe 5 minutes ago
by Eyegor 5 minutes ago
The Magnus Carlsen Compassion Fund:
by MrDamonSmith 7 minutes ago
OTB win yesterday
by ConnorMacleod_151 7 minutes ago
java problem/computer chess
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