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  1. 03 Dec '11 19:43
    Hi could someone please assist me with searching the forums please, I am trying to get information on the Halosar trap and have tried searching to no avail, and Im sure this must have been discussed before.

    Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

    Willy..
  2. Subscriber coquette
    Already mated
    03 Dec '11 20:05
    Originally posted by Sirdubalot
    Hi could someone please assist me with searching the forums please, I am trying to get information on the Halosar trap and have tried searching to no avail, and Im sure this must have been discussed before.

    Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

    Willy..
    RHP forums don't produce any results for that search.

    Try chess.com. A search there produces some results.
  3. 04 Dec '11 00:49
    And ever faithful Google returned 5000+ results.
  4. Standard member RevRSleeker
    CerebrallyChallenged
    04 Dec '11 01:05
    I couldn't find anything either, certainly looking back over the last 12mths plus on the 'chess forum'. I could be wrong but I seem to remember user 'sh76' posting his RHP analysis on you tube; one regarding the 'Blackmar-Diemar Gambit ( the Halosar trap )..unfortunately I couldn't find that either But, and however, if you need some quick reference, and this is a good start, try this...you can quickly do searches there, a 'useful tool':
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJ98GZtScVg
  5. 12 Dec '11 20:12
    can you tell me where to go and dispute a game thanks
  6. Subscriber venda
    Dave
    12 Dec '11 21:13
    Originally posted by ARELACSE
    can you tell me where to go and dispute a game thanks
    What do you mean by "dispute" a game?
  7. 12 Dec '11 21:42
    Originally posted by ARELACSE
    can you tell me where to go and dispute a game thanks
    1. If you mean you suspect your opponent of using computer assistance, then at the bottom of any page use "site map" then "fair play tickets" on the right side. Realize it is almost impossible to prove cheating from any single game. It's also a fact of life around here that a lower rated player will sometimes win against you with no outside help.

    2. If you mean something strange happened in the game, use "send feedback" at the bottom of any page. Before you do that make sure you understand rules of castling, en passant, stalemate and other types of draws.
  8. 18 Dec '11 04:46
    DUDE, so whats shakeing baby, but seriously at first the games were working now ill make a move its fine ill click submit it goes right back to where i started from n turns pink i can never move so can u fix please
  9. 18 Dec '11 06:23
    Pink squares indicate illegal moves.
  10. Subscriber venda
    Dave
    18 Dec '11 17:37
    Originally posted by jeffs
    DUDE, so whats shakeing baby, but seriously at first the games were working now ill make a move its fine ill click submit it goes right back to where i started from n turns pink i can never move so can u fix please
    I suspect you are in check.
  11. Standard member cadwah
    ¯\_(^.^)_/¯
    23 Dec '11 10:46
    Originally posted by Sirdubalot
    Hi could someone please assist me? I am trying to get information on the Halosar trap.

    Many thanks in advance to anyone who can help.

    Willy..
    If you had posted this question in the chess forum I would have expected you would have gotten a few interesting replies from strong players.