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Hanalei, Hawaii, United States
~~~~~~~~Thank you for looking at my profile~~~~~~
"I got lucky again that game. You are still the better player, but once in awhile you make a move that gives me a game. But normally you are so varied with your attacks that you make my head spin. :-)"
From Buddhadev Chakraborty:
"Win or lose you're always so unorthodox! I think you've got the potential to be a top-rated player! That hard-to-predict style scares me more than playing your average 1400 player."
Snake Porter: "Be gentle Lesley, I'm getting old at this"
"You are a very lovely and wicked warrior, Lesley. You are so good at surprising your victims. I can never figure out where your attack is coming from, until you strike. And by then, you have taken control. I still love battling with you, however. :-)"
Blackhack07 "....you are too dangerous to play hastily...."
Q. Why did you decline my friend request?
A. I have regular players that I have a game going with (sometimes constant) most of the time. I won't accept a friend request right off, best to play a few games and see if we're a match, but in general I know right away, and will accept. It was easy for me to decline your request 'right away'. Judging by your behavior after the decline, it was a good choice.
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