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  1. 13 Mar '10 18:36 / 1 edit
    The President has our respect, but yet some see good reason to criticize,
    here is the tiebreaking chess match in progress, no comments please (crowd goes silent):
  2. 13 Mar '10 21:11 / 1 edit
    I normally play 2. c3 (push the C pawn). I think I was on my iPhone when I made that move and it was a brainfart.

    Hopefully I can play it through OK, as I'm not really educated on opening theory.
  3. 13 Mar '10 21:51
    Originally posted by USArmyParatrooper
    I normally play 2. c3 (push the C pawn). I think I was on my iPhone when I made that move and it was a brainfart.

    Hopefully I can play it through OK, as I'm not really educated on opening theory.
    Dutch
  4. 13 Mar '10 21:55
    Also, nobody comment on the current position. It's till in progress.
  5. 13 Mar '10 22:01
    Originally posted by USArmyParatrooper
    Also, nobody comment on the current position. It's till in progress.
    I like this, fun to watch
  6. 15 Mar '10 16:24
    (burp)
  7. 15 Mar '10 17:16
    at least it keeps my mind of the normal battlefield here..:-) good luck to both of you.
  8. 15 Mar '10 20:26 / 1 edit
    (hiccup)
  9. 16 Mar '10 14:00
    I'll try to move a bit more often for the sake of the crowd... you can sense the anticipation with how its so quite you can hear every hiccup, burp, etc...
  10. 16 Mar '10 17:46
    (feng pi)
  11. 16 Mar '10 17:53
    Originally posted by eljefejesus
    I'll try to move a bit more often for the sake of the crowd... you can sense the anticipation with how its so quite you can hear every hiccup, burp, etc...
    (F-F-F-F-F-F-F-F)

    Excuse me.
  12. 16 Mar '10 18:06
    it's one thing for the spectators to break wind during a match ...

    don't you lose a pawn or something if it's a participant?
  13. Standard member sbacat
    Eddie's Dad
    16 Mar '10 22:45
    Originally posted by zeeblebot
    it's one thing for the spectators to break wind during a match ...

    don't you lose a pawn or something if it's a participant?
    Only if the gas in question can be proven to have actually moved pieces on the board.

    Around these parts they call that a humdinger!
  14. 17 Mar '10 02:29
    Originally posted by USArmyParatrooper
    (F-F-F-F-F-F-F-F)

    Excuse me.
    gas or solids?
  15. 17 Mar '10 04:24