Now, more than ever, the Universe must know who is the most chessly of chess.com members! To determine just who is the most chesstastic chess nut, I will be running this "contest" in several segments, much like the noble worm, on whose continued wiggling under the earth, most life is dependent.
The first segment, will be the nominating round. Here we--and by "we" I mean "I"--will take nominations for that most universal chess player of all times, places and time-space continuum conundrums. To nominate someone and make it stick, name that person and post a picture of the vegetable (not fruit) that that person most reminds you of.
After the nominating rounds die down and/or become unbearable, I will make up more rules to allow voting for this most dubious of distinctions!
Let the nominations begin!
which Universe btw ?
Is that a time space continuum conundrum?
well you see Luke Skywalker is in another universe, so can I nominate him ?
Only if he plays chess (not with the wiggly holographic monsters) and is on chess.com and has a memnotic vegetable.
Here is an example:
I nominate KCO, like the noble turnip!
be relevant, helpful & nice!
I nominate kco.
I never knew I was so delicious!
A bat is not a vegetable, it's a misnomer!
You did not state how visible the veggie had to be. The bat ate it.
Oh, that's right, this is one everyone can (and does) win:
My vote goes to the chessiest chesser (or is it cheesiest?)
Ton, er, AndyClifton
You beat me to it. Guess I spent too much time picking out a picture of fried okra.
Just a quick point of rule clarification: Vegetable vs. fruit in the strictest sense of the definition, or in conventional usage?
For example, where to tomatoes, cucumbers and zucchini fall?