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  • #301
    Balachandar wrote:

    I will become a free member once my platinum membership ends. I don't like how c.c treats their paying members and forcing the new format on them, changing everything for no reason and creating chaos, and with so many bugs left out in the new format with 2 months gone.

    Ditto.

  • #302
    homernh wrote:
    Balachandar wrote:

    I will become a free member once my platinum membership ends. I don't like how c.c treats their paying members and forcing the new format on them, changing everything for no reason and creating chaos, and with so many bugs left out in the new format with 2 months gone.

    Ditto.

    You gotta face it. Every site upgrades now, and then.

  • #303

    HOW COULD YOU MISS THIS STATE OF THE ART SITEFrown

  • #304

    Even my chickens are hassling me for membership! Bok Bok Bok...never ends. What to do? Pecking order here is huge : (((

    Please help?

  • #305

    For the love of god, please, put on a shirt.

  • #306

    I didn't mind the upgrade per se, what I objected to was the decision, as part of the upgrade, to make everyone's friends public information.  This was with no advance notice, it was done automatcally, and even after it was done, there was no way to opt out.  Eventually, an option was added to let people hide their friends again, but I didn't appreciate that chess.com took information that I had created privately and made it public without my knowledge or consent.  So they won't get any more money from me.

    That being said, I'm also not happy with the 'enhanced' computer analysis.  See my thread here: http://www.chess.com/forum/view/game-analysis/what-am-i-missing?

    As best as I can tell, I'm paying for bad information.  But look at the thread and tell me why diamond level computer analysis (2500 rating) says pushing a pawn is better than forced mate. 

  • #307

    There are indeed still bugs to deal with.

  • #308
    TheGrobe wrote:

    For the love of god, please, put on a shirt.

    And a mask?

  • #309

    What about a wig? You would be surprised how good I look in a long wavy blonde wig xxxooo

  • #310
    ivan1997 wrote:
    LordNazgul wrote:

    Well, there is no article in the UN Charter of Human Rights that stipulates that every human being is entitled to having 3 chess coaches, as far as I know. It may be that his brother is a strong / talented player who is thought to be deserving of such privileges. Then again, the whole story is probably way off.


    I am sorry, but the story isn`t way off, and you are right about my brother, he really is talented player, and I think he deserves such privileges, but i also think I deserve a little bit, only 10% like he has and i would be happy. When he drew one 2650 GM all started with him, thats when i was left aside.

    Then why would he need three coaches if he is so talented? Is one not enough?

  • #311

    Thanks for the reminder, how about tag-team coach wrestling?  Instead of throwing in the towel they could throw in the chess pieces, I would pay to see that.

  • #312
    winerkleiner wrote:

    Thanks for the reminder, how about tag-team coach wrestling?  Instead of throwing in the towel they could throw in the chess pieces, I would pay to see that.

    And I would happily go see also : )

  • #313

    I am not a member because I spent all my cash on guitar lessons...and they won't reimburse me.

  • #314
    George1st wrote:
    winerkleiner wrote:

    Thanks for the reminder, how about tag-team coach wrestling?  Instead of throwing in the towel they could throw in the chess pieces, I would pay to see that.

    And I would happily go see also : )

    Looks like you already threw in your shirt.

  • #315
    TMIMITW wrote:
    George1st wrote:
    winerkleiner wrote:

    Thanks for the reminder, how about tag-team coach wrestling?  Instead of throwing in the towel they could throw in the chess pieces, I would pay to see that.

    And I would happily go see also : )

    Looks like you already threw in your shirt.

    Haven't got one : (((

  • #316
    Lady-in-Red wrote:
    George1st wrote:
    TMIMITW wrote:
    George1st wrote:
    winerkleiner wrote:

    Thanks for the reminder, how about tag-team coach wrestling?  Instead of throwing in the towel they could throw in the chess pieces, I would pay to see that.

    And I would happily go see also : )

    Looks like you already threw in your shirt.

    Haven't got one : (((

    I have one with his head on. Would you like to have it? Just started a shop with all kinds of muffin head gadgets.

     

    Thoughtful and loving is what I read into here. I would be honoured and somewhat embarressed to accept but I will I I shall redeem your kindness someday.

    Yours Sincerely,

     

    Georgie

  • #317

    George wondering where he left his drink.

    uninspired and fed up 20 Creative Big Head Photo Manipulations

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  • #319
    TMIMITW wrote:

    George wondering where he left his drink.

     

    Is it possible we could perhaps share a quiet meal and some wine on your lovely dining setting? Then, whatever comes next....mmm

  • #320

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