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Chuckulls
Jan 31, 2009, 5:52 PM 2

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Can anyone explain why people accept seek challenges and then quickly abet them after one or two moves?  In some cases they abort prior to making a move.. Cant figure it out because they are the ones looking at the seeks and then accepting them.  Once in a while is understandable but it seems to happen to me more often than not.  Thanks for any help.

Mike

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