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Why do you play poker if you are not american
Maybe because Las Vegas isn't anymore the world's center of money games. There was this place in China which is much bigger and has more casinos etc. :)
Why play dominoes, if you're not French?
Why drink tea if you're not british?
Or why bake pasta, if you are not Italian??
chess was first played in India...
it's crazy that the asians are not good enough here... and they like to think that they are smart since they're not that tall
I guess no one asked Petrosian, Kasparov, Keres, Tal, Bronstein, Aronian, Mamedyarov, Geller, Ivanchuk etc
Thoughts on people who illegally download chess books?
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What is the correct way to slaughter the knight in king's gambit?
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Posting in behalf of IM Konguvel Ponnuswamy.
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Chess terms in all languages of this planet
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Who's your favourite chess player?
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Titled Player being a "Sore Loser"
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The best rating jump you ever did?
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First post, still learning, always learning
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