Originally posted by belgianfreakJeez you spout a lot of bull drop BF. Be a good chap, pop back under your rock and preach to someone else. I could give a rats pitoot about your puerile opinion on what constitutes "charitable attitude" as you have been clearly incapable of demonstrating it in the past.
that's not a very charitable attitude is it! Most people in the West know about chess but don't know about this rule. It doesn't get used that often, so people who pick the game up as they go along without the benefit of being taugh ...[text shortened]... to read books can surely be forgiven for not knowing about this?
Originally posted by skeeterPlease feel free clarify whether the degree of inconceivability you allude to is near, or if it is absolute. It cannot be both, as any fule kno.
It's nearly absolutely inconceivable that there are still players here on RHP that are ignorant of the "en passant" rule. Pathetic.
Originally posted by 24I'll spell it out for the redneck newbie. For the want of a comma it would read : "..... nearly, absolutely inconceivable..." so it can be both as any pond dweller should know. Why don't you??
Please feel free clarify whether the degree of inconceivability you allude to is near, or if it is absolute. It cannot be both, as any fule kno.
Originally posted by mherwijnen passant - look at the rules of chess
In game Game 1085290 I moved my pawn to C4 with his next move my opponent took this pawn on C3!!!
Can someone explain what happened???
Originally posted by flexmorePlease address all correspondence to BelgianFreak. If he doesn't reply then hop over to FW and call him out. I'm sure that goad will provoke our little piece of gutter snipe into a reasoned reply. Lots of luck.
can you please tell me what this means?
what does someone do when they have a 'charitable attitude'?
what does it mean?
what are they like?
Originally posted by skeeterSkeeter, your aggressive writing style (and I use the term advisedly) indicates some underlying trauma or unaddressed issue. So much anger! So much contempt, so little respect for others!
I'll spell it out for the redneck newbie. For the want of a comma it would read : "..... nearly, absolutely inconceivable..." so it can be both as any pond dweller should know.