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Is it just me ? am I being naive, but when i 'm loosing a game and things are going down the crapper ( the toilet was invented by a guy called Crapper ) I always back away from that resign button and say to myself " I'll just have a cup of tea " as if things would look rosier :-) when I go back to face the execution.
But when I'm playing with someone I know and played with before, I go smiling to the chopping block.
People say that "it's just a game" and I agree....it is........BUT IT'S NOT YOU KNOW !!!!!!!
Time to hit the sack.........Night all and may your God be with you.
I wouldn't recommend drinking a stimulant before bedtime.
Does Karjakin even have a "puncher's chance"?
by fabelhaft 4 minutes ago
To the people who won't stop complaining about other people
by The-Great-Danton 4 minutes ago
I need an opening for white
by aidan0816 5 minutes ago
Pokemon Go OR Chess
by Live-The-Moment 14 minutes ago
Nakamura is Japanese not American
by Live-The-Moment 15 minutes ago
white to play and win
by Arisktotle 15 minutes ago
Player who after one bad move stop playing and just let the clock run
by eduyka 18 minutes ago
Is 1....e6 a good and flexible move against 1.d4?
by SilentKnighte5 23 minutes ago
New Blindfold Chess Record!
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