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I start off with an alerts box showing a group news and two games that need attention.
Read the group message, then hit back on the browser, then refresh.
Instead of continuing to show the games where moves are pending, the alerts box disappears. Not a hugely big deal, as it is easy to find games with moves pending, but a bit strange...
And it appears the forum does not display wide pictures correctly either -- but I'm headed out the door and have no time to use narrower pictures right now.
I find that sometimes too ... and when you click on your home button a few times the games "re-appear"
transparent page ,how to do ????
by DAVID_CARRUTHERS a few minutes ago
10/4/2015 - Forced Mate
by Alwany1 4 minutes ago
Good game ruined.
by X_PLAYER_J_X 5 minutes ago
What is the most aggressive opening against d4?
by BettorOffSingle 12 minutes ago
French, advance, Euwe variation Nh6
Top 7 Aggressive Openings
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Examples of Soviet cheating in FIDE competition: Petrosian-Korchnoi match, 1971
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by user2468 18 minutes ago
Soviet Cheating in FIDE Competition: Keres-Botvinnik, 1948, Pt 3
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No overview current games in Online chess
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