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Missouri, United States
Submitted by whirlwind2011 on January 18, 2013 5:26 PM.
After 145 games, I have never offered a draw in Online Chess. Seven of my draws are "by agreement," and my opponent offered the draw each time. The other five are draws by repetition.
Several days ago, I briefly considered offering a draw in one game...Read more »
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I aspire to one day obtain a USCF official rating and become a USCF tournament director.
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