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This post is just a survey and just for fun guys. Any comment is acceptable as long as it will not hurt my feelings,.. he he just kidding =)
So vote and post a comment for "Who's handsome"?
"Me or My Chess Brother ChessNetwork"? =)
I LIKE RED EYE !
both of you!!
You guys are both cool.and handsome.
I think ChessNetwork would "handsomely" make quick work out of anyone on this site. Thus, my vote goes to ChessNetwork.
Join his fanclub, those of you who voted for him!
Notwork, because he looks like white chocolate :)
I like the white one.
The Black one
better is the inverse of ChessNetwork
:)) not work :))
Looking to play with good player tonight!
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