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Chessoholics United

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  • Formed: Feb 24, 2012
  • Chessoholics United is a newly formed group on chess.com. It is relatively a small group but the uniqueness of the group is its members. They are from the most active members of chess.com. Every single member of the group was carefully selected. Many groups claim that they want to be the most popular group on chess.com. Our group's vision is to be a force on every match we play, perform the best,show no mercy on the games, do anything for the win and last but not least respect & congratulate our opponent whether we won or lost. You can like us on facebook ----> https://www.facebook.com/Chessoholics

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  • I go on chess.com every day

    by ChessSlimShady 20 months ago

  • the activity of this group is down. moreover, I play in all world league and european league games in my national team and it's enough for me. so I decided to leave this group. thanks to all. good luck papatri to manage the group ! bye

    by c_plus_plus 2 years ago

  • hi Chessoholics! my group number 1 have made an alliance group, please join! number 1 alliance group or/and number 1

    by masterracer 2 years ago

  • http://www.chess.com/tournament/chesscom-thematic-tournament-for-slave-defense-lovers

    by red___knight 2 years ago

  • Good luck in ur OTB m8

    by papatri 3 years ago

  • plus in last few days I managed to get my new highscore 1884 and attacking 1900 :) some good news before OTB tournament next weekend.

    by senor_ananas 3 years ago

  • fine too, enjoying the very hot summer in Slovakia :)

    by senor_ananas 3 years ago

  • I m fine myself, enjoy the very hot summer in Cyprus :)

    by papatri 3 years ago

  • If someone wants to play the​ Alekhine Defense (e4 ​Nf6 e5​ Nd5) :​​ http://www.chess.com/tourna​men​t/alekhine-tournament

    by c_plus_plus 3 years ago

  • sometimes we blame ourselfs for blundering and losing in 5-10 moves... here is an example of our teammate winning after his opponent 2086 blundered...mate in 1! http://www.chess.com/echess/game.html?id=53706892

    by papatri 3 years ago