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Tim_Pruess
Tim_Pruess
Location: New Haven, United States
Joined: 9/25/15
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NaGoLCaT
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BobdoesChess
BobdoesChess
Location: the best new haven, United States
Joined: 2/9/15
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ngim
Location: United States
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negasoraus
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    • Random Chess Thoughts

      Found this in a forum earlier, thought it was good advice.  Particularly the bit on Tactics. A post by IM David Pruess on a chess forum relating to how chess players respond to advice (good or bad):  Thought you mind find it interesting...(Dan... | Read More

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    • US Chess League - Best Game and Week 5 Matchups

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