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Between 11:15am and 11:16am. I'm good for about a minute.
I meant a game -___-
Nooooooooo! You beat me to the joke by 4 minutes SymslovFan.
Afther good lunch.Chiken or fish and fried potatoes.
At night, when everybody else is in their beds. Nice and quiet.
Do you mean in real otb tournaments or internet chess?
My mind feels the most active in the evening and at night, so I would say in the evening and at night.
About three years ago.
I think the best at nighttime around 11 am to 1 am.
But if theres a chess tournament or something important the next day, I sleep a lot to be able to think in the morning.
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