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  • #181

    Saying I overreacted to your unrated profile is giving me too much credit.  I just read the post and ran with it, I didn't even check your profile.  I've seen you make useful posts before.  Sorry to give a bad impression.

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  • #183
    LaughingYaroslavl wrote:
  • #184

    Oh good !....letsgohome is back to provide some entertainment.

  • #185

    hey silent knight, you know what IM not sure is a great use of time? following around gauri to every post he makes on any topic and just dogging on anything he says and never offering an opinion or anything more constructive. why dont you get a job? LOL.  your like the lovable antagonist from every disney movie  ever made except the lovable part. just shut up, you dont matter

  • #186

    I notice its always the low rated players that are hating.  Good job gauri.  I had never seen this game but I had the idea that the double bishop sac would work.  Unfortunately I goofed up and didn't know where i went wrong till i stumbled on this post. 

  • #187

    Good bump, brah.

  • #188

    Guys, enough with the UNCONSTUCTIVE comments, you are not FM's so FM Gauri has more experience than you'll ever have, this is one of my favorite games too, helped me a lot.

  • #189

    On an related note, check out my youtube channel to see more master games!

  • #190

    what is a master?

  • #191
    greenfreeze wrote:

    what is a master?

    Somone that has attained a rating of 2200

  • #192

    Is that like a phd in chess

  • #193
    greenfreeze wrote:

    Is that like a phd in chess

    If you started late and use unstructured training, it can seem like it.

    But comparing to the education system that starts young and structured, a 2200 player is closer to something like middle school Tongue Out


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