THE TRUTH ABOUT BOBBY FISCHER

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The dickens you say!  That thread is doing just fine sans duck.  I was attempting to help a fellow human being!  Well, a duck.

Duck-Season

Sir, please refrain from derailing the thread your posts do not appear to support the topic.

While I do not judge trolls you might be overstepping the TOS 

Brb2023bruhh

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lofina_eidel_ismail

WHERE IS EFV1728?

(oops, caps 🔒 lock keyboard⌨️, sorry 🙏) 

Duck-Season

Probably got locked up unfairly and suffering torture as we speak.

helpbirds
Duck-Season wrote:

Well he didn’t say you have to be an exceptional chess player to be a fighter ,what he meant was men make better fighters than women.

So the whole little picture there is wrong. 

I feel slightly odd having to point the obviousness of this out, seems the only head it went over is yours.

And I totally rate Bobby in the top ten up until 2000 but claiming he is the best ever is wishful thinking , then again some believe the earth is flat.

Well then, you have a reading problem. Because, Kasparov states, "Women by their nature are not exceptional players because............"

*wait for it*

*wait for it*

"they are not great fighters."

Stipe is a "great fighter". Right? or do you disagree? If he's a great fighter, does that inherently make him an "exceptional chess player".

It's not related. Non sequitur... a logical fallacy. But you wouldn't understand that and there's women boxers who could knock him down with a left hook, who are genuinely "great fighters"... it's no reflection on their cerebral fitness.

All I know is, after trolling Kasparov with the Stipe meme, he changed his views, only 2 or 3 weeks later I think. I was quite pleased he's decided to join the 21st Century... where Bobby Fischer was back in 1972.

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helpbirds

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Not every man is up to the challenge of 21st century thinking.

It takes cerebral fitness, something that becomes apparent one lacks when they make statements rooted in logical fallacy.

Duck-Season

No, sorry you are wrong again.

Kasparov meant men are great fighters, whether it is on the chessboard, in the ring or wherever, women generally are not. He expressed the view that it requires a fighting instinc to play great chess, something most women don’t have.

Sure there are great women boxers, chess players etc but they are few and far between because most women don’t have that instinct.

I don’t have a reading problem you just have a comprehension problem.

 

helpbirds
Duck-Season wrote:

No, sorry you are wrong again.

Kasparov meant men are great fighters, whether it is on the chessboard, in the ring or wherever, women generally are not. He expressed the view that it requires a fighting instinc to play great chess, something most women don’t have.

Sure there are great women boxers, chess players etc but they are few and far between because most women don’t have that instinct.

I don’t have a reading problem you just have a comprehension problem.

 

Wrong.

Get with the 21st Century.

Kasparov admitted his view was WRONG, but here you are defending his erroneous argument.

Now that's "illogical"!

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Duck-Season

Kasparov was not wrong he merely buckled under the pressure of the new sick social norm of political correctness where the facts don’t matter anymore and everybody is suddenly a victim.

suicidebeatschess
if you can unconfuse him in one post, Duck, then fair fecks to you!