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If you spend a lot of time in the forums, there must be some topics that make your eyes roll in your head. Just for fun, which are those? My top five would be:
5) I want to become a Grandmaster, what do I study?
4) If Kasparov had to play (some dead guy), who would win?
3) Who was the greatest chess player ever?
2) What opening is the best for white/black?
And my number one topic:
Pretty much anything to do with the Parham attack...
My list is litterally exactly the same!!!
I agree with all of the ones listed above for sure. It seems like every week more than half of them pop up. The Fischer/Kaspy ones we'll see until the world ends.
Exactly. People should realize by now that Morphy would have beaten both Fischer and Kasparov blindfold...
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