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http://www.chess.com/home/computer_analysis?id=822264624&game_type=2 computer analysis of the game. Clearly the chess.com computer does not understand grandmaster technique.
clearly you do not understand what an invalid server request is
Umm the link works fine for me..
does this work for you?
should just redirect to the homepage
no. I see ur point
Wow I am known all my life for crazy openings.
But this is totally insane! You mayas well make it a
Keg party. Paint each move on the keg have a drink
And roll it one revalution. Hic cup your move. Hehe.
Watch somebody go do that lol. You guys are a trip!
Can you post the link to the game?
Haahaha this funny af
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