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I might b a man of simple mind but why do players log off or ignore the next move flashing red lights.... when they are just about to get beaten buy a lesser rated player. yes ok .... lose of rating.. lose in tourney. So what !!!!............
I know Baldy, there are some players who play on in 100% lost positions and drag it ou, so frustraying aye lool
ah cruisey.... there a difference between getting beat.....which i am used to..... and never giving up.loool
you should realise when there is a time to call it a ay, esp when the pieces against you make it hard for a draw, give up, start again!
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