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Why Checkers Actually is More Challenging Than Chess

  • #221

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  • #222
    Fennifer wrote:

    Oh yeah?? Well ur gramur was curected so their!

    I am itching to rip that sentence apart.......

  • #223
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    Fennifer wrote:

    Oh yeah?? Well ur gramur was curected so their!

    I am itching to rip that sentence apart.......

     Just hold urself back man, its okey

  • #224

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack, its a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

  • #225
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

  • #226
    With_Style wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack, its a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

    I dunno...chess appears to be pretty challenging for you.

    It really is. That's why I play battleship

  • #227
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation they didn't teach us that at NKU. 

  • #228
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation. They didn't teach us that at NKU. 

     

  • #229
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation. They didn't teach us that at NKU. 

     

    tHank you again my friend,

  • #230
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation. They didn't teach us that at NKU. 

     

    Jun, you are the coolest person in the world. I really want to be you.

     Awww, that's so kind of you. happy.png

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  • #232
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation. They didn't teach us that at NKU. 

     

    Jun, you are the coolest person in the world. I really want to be you.

     

    Wow, I made so many mistakes. I guess that's what I meant to say. I typed the whole sentence wrong. I'm just using Google translate. They don't have very good English teachers here in North Korea.

  • #233
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:
    JunyJunebug wrote:
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Monopoly is much more challenging than chess, go, and checkers combined. Right now I'm learning an opening called the NASDAQ attack; it's a very sharp opening. Monopoly requires more calculation than chess.

     

    Thank you for correcting my punctuation. They didn't teach us that at NKU. 

     

    Jun, you are the coolest person in the world. I really want to be you.

     

    Wow, I made so many mistakes. Jun, I know that you are extremely smart and intelligent. Why don't you teach me English?

    Sure, LilBoat, I'd love to!

  • #234

    Can you give me some English lessons please. I know your from America but you seem you know how to speak the language. 

  • #235

    There are MANY variants of checkers. >>>

    https://hwiegman.home.xs4all.nl/alfacheckers.html

  • #236
    LilBoat21 wrote:

    Can you give me some English lessons please. I know you're from America but you seem to know how to speak the language. You are amazing, master!

    Of course! Anytime!

  • #237
    "LilBoat21 wrote:

    Can you give me some English lessons please. I know you're from America but you seem to know how to speak the language. You are amazing, master!

    Of course! Anytime!"

    Taking advantage of people's ignorance of English is not funny. ([email protected]|\|i|/|g)

  • #238
    TremaniSunChild wrote:

    Checkers is a forced win.

    Checkers was proven to be a draw with perfect play.

    Proving it required lots and lots of moves. An interesting study, but all those moves of the same piece was probably pretty boring.meh.png

  • #239
    CharlesPLoyd wrote:
    "LilBoat21 wrote:

    Can you give me some English lessons please. I know you're from America but you seem to know how to speak the language. You are amazing, master!

    Of course! Anytime!"

    Taking advantage of people's ignorance of English is not funny. ([email protected]|\|i|/|g)

    It’s just a prank.

  • #240

    I always found checkers as kind of an impetuous game. sure, you look for the best move and a couple moves ahead, but in chess, you calculate the game.

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