I've been a chess advocate from a very young age. My father taught me the game as with many others in the world that enjoy and battle it out on a regular basis. I quit playing for many years with the exception of a few games here and there. I've always brought chess sets to work over the years in hopes of finding another enthusiast that would bring a legit challenge. This luck finally paid off at my last gig and I ended up playing daily again. This attracted several others including my dear friend Enigma5150 (http://www.chess.com/members/view/enigma5150#games) who is now a fellow chess addict as well.
This time around we've taken it to a whole new level and are striving for exemplary ratings and critical skill building. So far, it's working out nicely.
I've always been a queen killer. Luring and attacking those who choose queen violence in the beginning of games. Here are some of those poor souls who hopefully learned from their mistakes: