What is the most Famous chess game in history?

25itroy24

sixth game 1972 fischer-spassky

kindaspongey

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1032537

http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1031957

little_guinea_pig

Morphy's Opera Game. Quite a few other games are famous, but everybody knows this one. 

Caesar49bc
forked_again wrote:
Caesar49bc wrote:
RedGirlZ wrote:

64 and never married? That's hilarious. 

It's sad actually. I got married and one day I was thinking about my high school days, and thought I'd touch base with an old friend from decades ago. I gave him the wonderful news, and asked if he had a girlfriend.. he said no. I asked if he ever dated.. . he said no.

So basically he's a 50 year old virgin that's never even tried to look for love.

For people that have never found a significant other, even if it's just a girlfriend or boyfriend, they can't understand the phrase "It's better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all."

Never married does not mean a virgin or to "never have loved at all".  Not married is niether sad nor hilarious.  Some would say fortunate!  

He's never been in love, or even tried to date anybody. Not really sure why you brought up the topic of someone's virginity.  In an an ideal world, everybody would love to lose their virginity to someone they love. But the world isn't a safe place for many people. Plus many men seek prostitutes to relieve their sexual frustrations.

forked_again
Caesar49bc wrote:
forked_again wrote:
Caesar49bc wrote:
RedGirlZ wrote:

64 and never married? That's hilarious. 

It's sad actually. I got married and one day I was thinking about my high school days, and thought I'd touch base with an old friend from decades ago. I gave him the wonderful news, and asked if he had a girlfriend.. he said no. I asked if he ever dated.. . he said no.

So basically he's a 50 year old virgin that's never even tried to look for love.

For people that have never found a significant other, even if it's just a girlfriend or boyfriend, they can't understand the phrase "It's better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all."

Never married does not mean a virgin or to "never have loved at all".  Not married is niether sad nor hilarious.  Some would say fortunate!  

He's never been in love, or even tried to date anybody. Not really sure why you brought up the topic of someone's virginity.  In an an ideal world, everybody would love to lose their virginity to someone they love. But the world isn't a safe place for many people. Plus many men seek prostitutes to relieve their sexual frustrations.

You don't know why I brought up virginity?  WHAT?  You brought up virginity.  Look at your own quote (I was nice enough to put it in bold for you).  Are you losing your mind man???

Caesar49bc

Forked_again

I was merely giving a story about a an old high school buddy of mind. Your the one that decided to derail the thread into something akin to a left at Albuequeqe.

You thought it was hilarious that a 64 year old never got married, and was giving context that I thought it was sad that a 50 year friend of mine never dated or got married. He's far too straight laced to jump into bed with a hooker.

You should give credit to the fact I was telling a story about a friend I know, rather than making general statements about the human population.

In any event you didn't read my last paragraph properly.

For people that have never found a signidicant other, even if it's just a girlfriend or boyfriend, they can't understand the phrase "It's better to have loved and lost, than to have never loved at all".

What it means is that is that a person's life, in it's entirety, is a far richer in experience if they've fallen in love at least once.

Obviously I have no idea if my friend is a virgin. It was more of a pop culture reference to the movie titled The Forty Year Old Virgin.

Erictheblitzmaster

evergreen game

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