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Do people from India tend to be better at Chess?

alwaysfreespeech

Give it up.

 

Game_of_Pawns
Game_of_Pawns wrote:
Game_of_Pawns wrote:
alwaysfreespeech wrote:

I tried to respond to all your comments.

 

Game_of_Pawns
alwaysfreespeech wrote:
I have neither the time nor interest in refuting every one of your entries.

 

 

Game_of_Pawns

He lied. It's very clear why he hasn't replied, yet has replied to other of my more recent comments. Very clear.

AunTheKnight

Oh dear. Well, there is a chess boom in India, so the more people who play chess and the longer, the better the country will be.

alwaysfreespeech
AunTheKnight wrote:

Oh dear. Well, there is a chess boom in India, so the more people who play chess and the longer, the better the country will be.

lol

 

alwaysfreespeech

I have a philosophy.  It's quite practical.  If you ignore an annoying splinter it will eventually fester slightly and fall out on it's own.

Game_of_Pawns

You're still replying to my posts even now.

Game_of_Pawns

"Ignore" must be just one more part of the English language that you don't understand.

alwaysfreespeech

Tamil Nadu has a state chess association.  I wonder is this common in other Indian states.  I am not aware of any such thing in every locale in my country.  Perhaps this is why that state has so many highly rated players

MaddyCole

even if you're one in a million there's a 1000 just like you

alwaysfreespeech
MauriceEugene wrote:

even if you're one in a million there's a 1000 just like you

7600 actually

Void0610

I don’t know

TheNameofNames

This is just my opinion but i literally never lose to anyone from india i tihnk they may have a certain playstyle or something, not attempting to be racist or anything i really like india ive never been there but i like them and their country but thats just my opinion. I swear like maybe if it gets to an engame theyll win and this is just at my rating im talking about but perhaps they dont attack the same. I just noticed i neverrrrr lose to people from india also maybe because they feel obligated to play chess and so their heart just isnt in it as much. 

SpacePodz
In your recent play list, I can see you lost to an Indian lol. It’s the one with the among us pfp.
brianchesscake
Game_of_Pawns wrote:

"Ignore" must be just one more part of the English language that you don't understand.

Stop using your English flag as an excuse for claiming superiority.

alwaysfreespeech
TheNameofNames wrote:

This is just my opinion but i literally never lose to anyone from india i tihnk they may have a certain playstyle or something, not attempting to be racist or anything i really like india ive never been there but i like them and their country but thats just my opinion. I swear like maybe if it gets to an engame theyll win and this is just at my rating im talking about but perhaps they dont attack the same. I just noticed i neverrrrr lose to people from india also maybe because they feel obligated to play chess and so their heart just isnt in it as much. 

If I could change only one thing in the world it would be to make everyone understand that "literally" means "exactly" not "almost"

brianchesscake

It's a typical imperialist mindset to believe that Indians have no idea what they are talking about and discredit their words with ad hominem arguments.

brianchesscake

The British have a hard time accepting that they no longer control an empire so vast that the sun was proverbially said to never set upon it. Such a shame.

alwaysfreespeech

Ah yes.  The classic battle of England vs. it's last (nearly) bastion of world dominance.