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Submitted by Cothurnatus on October 21, 2014 at 2:30 AM.
Why do I play for Montenegro here? The answer is simple I've found no common language with team Ukraine admins and I'm really needed in Team Montenegro.
Зашто ја играм за Црну Гору овде?Одговор је једноста...Read more »
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Professional general linguist. Semi-professional chessman. Too slow to play real time chess well enough but a hard nut to crack in correspondence chess. P.S. If I timeout this doesn't mean I don't know how to play well.
Slavic Pride and Carpathian Brigade patriot.
TMC 2010 Second prize winner (Slavic Pride).
Had almost 10 medals as Vasyl_Puzanov [my former nickname here and real name] (2009-2011)
Elo max: 2458 (nickname: Vasyl_Puzanov, 2009)
5th Chess.com Thematic Tournament - Benko Gambit (2001-2200) - Final round. 4th place. (nickname: Vasyl_Puzanov, 2009)
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