Chess Player of the Month April 2012

  • #941
    HessianWarrior wrote:

    Veiled insults.

    I'm just kiddingLaughing

  • #942
    trysts wrote:
    HessianWarrior wrote:

    Veiled insults.

    I'm just kiddingLaughing

    I thought you were but it was very clever any way.

  • #943
    HessianWarrior wrote:
    trysts wrote:
    HessianWarrior wrote:

    Veiled insults.

    I'm just kidding

    I thought you were but it was very clever any way.

    Thanks!Laughing

  • #944

    wow, this stuff is like the Survivor's voting style, lot of the members has been voted off and now they are back as in the tribal council and they get to do the voting ! thank you Charlotte_21 and good luck to you too. 

  • #945

    In July of 2011, Sisyphus finally pushed that damn boulder to the top of the hill, forever silencing the flood of rumours that he was always going to be in second place no matter what he did his entire life. Pdela shocked the Chess.com community by winning CPOTM. Though each person who voted for him will ultimately remain confused by their decision, his win gave the community a momentary feeling of relief. Even proknight was overtaken by the relief by stating:

    "... ... pdela! After dropping out from the contest, re-entering, and is known to get second place most of the time, pdela has finally won CPOTM for July."


  • #946

    As Camus sort of said; one must never imagine pdela happy, nor anyone who has ever consorted with him.

  • #947
    theoreticalboy wrote:

    As Camus sort of said; one must never imagine pdela happy, nor anyone who has ever consorted with him.

    Laughing

  • #948

  • #949

    Not quite. Although the proportions of leather, metal and skin are correct.

  • #950

    In July of 2010, Atudor entered the contest just as any other nominee. One could not imagine in their wildest CPOTM nightmares, that that simple entry would be accompanied by an unstoppable campaign for votes, pages of deleted comments, the first CPOTM thread-lock, and the first CPOTM coup! To this day, it remains questionable whether or not it was entertainingLaughing

  • #951
    trysts wrote:

    In July of 2010, Atudor entered the contest just as any other nominee. One could not imagine in their wildest CPOTM nightmares, that that simple entry would be accompanied by an unstoppable campaign for votes, pages of deleted comments, the first CPOTM thread-lock, and the first CPOTM coup! To this day, it remains questionable whether or not it was entertaining

    Depends on whether you went to beer-con first...

  • #952

    Emphasis on the con.

  • #953
    AnthonyCG wrote:

    Depends on whether you went to beer-con first...

    Laughing

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  • #955

    nobody is voting then eh

  • #956

  • #957

    ProKnight double checking his figures.

  • #958

    Xenia

  • #959

    Onatopp

  • #960

    Wake up, Proknight!  Who won?

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