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I am still behind a cheekychops0! She is a Robot-Girl!?
But, when she will finish current games and I will finish my current games, I will be ahead, as well!
And I will get some sleep, finally, beside my Chess!!
It is a best time to Quit, before it too late to fight your Chess Demon Addiction!
At one point, I was third on this list. I am eighth now. Playing less and less games now. :)
Delvig, Poet, and friend of A. Pushkin told:
"The more close to sky, the more freeze!.."
Baron Anton Antonovich Delvig (Russian: Анто́н Анто́нович Де́львиг) (17 August [O.S. 6 August] 1798, Moscow - 26 January [O.S. 14 January] 1831, St. Petersburg) was a Russian poet and journalist who studied in the Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum together with Alexander Pushkin, with whom he became a close friend. Pushkin dedicated a poem ('O, Delvig') to him. Delvig commissioned a portrait of Pushkin from Orest Kiprensky which Pushkin bought from Delvig's widow after his friend's death.
In his poetry, Delvig upheld the waning traditions of Russian Neoclassicism. He became interested in Russian folklore and wrote numerous imitations of folk songs. Some of these were put to music by the composers Alexander Alyabyev and Mikhail Glinka.
As a journalist, Delvig edited the periodical Northern Flowers (1825–1831), in which Pushkin was a regular contributor. In 1830–1831, he co-edited with Pushkin the Literary Gazette (1830–1831), which was banned by the Tsarist government after information laid by Faddei Bulgarin.
Awardchess- Although ANIKO is now ahead of you, I consider you to have played the most games, as you have only timed out on 2 games but ANIKO has timed out on 1800!
Sorry, but I doesn't have any Time Out at www.chess.com, yet!
The Server made a mess a few times with my Stats and games!
3 times the Staff corected it, and 2 times admited a mistakes, and... refused to correct own Server!
So, Aniko may start another 5,001 games just to offset 1,800 Time Outs!
There people, AWARDCHESS, speaks the truth, for I'm a witness, yo, go Greg go, yo!
Actually, Aniko play well! Only 1% of her partners were able to made a Draw!
They were just a HAPPY!
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i play chess like mikhail tal what are good openings for me?
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