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  1. Standard member bill718
    Enigma
    03 Mar '09 06:01
    In these days of global economic grief, being a chess player is a pretty good thing. No matter where we live, our game is normally inexpensive, portable, quiet, interesting, and helpful when we want to escape the economic turmoil that seems to surround us. Are we smart...or just lucky?
  2. 03 Mar '09 07:45
    Originally posted by bill718
    In these days of global economic grief, being a chess player is a pretty good thing. No matter where we live, our game is normally inexpensive, portable, quiet, interesting, and helpful when we want to escape the economic turmoil that seems to surround us. Are we smart...or just lucky?
    They always say that the best things in life are competitively priced rolling annual debit card subscriptions to gaming sites on the internet.
  3. 03 Mar '09 11:44 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by bill718
    In these days of global economic grief, being a chess player is a pretty good thing. No matter where we live, our game is normally inexpensive, portable, quiet, interesting, and helpful when we want to escape the economic turmoil that seems to surround us. Are we smart...or just lucky?
    One of my friends spend hours on placychess.com instead of trying hard to get some business...he doesnt do smart ...however if someone spend some time after routine work....its good and relaxing....
  4. Standard member ivan2908
    SelfProclaimedTitler
    03 Mar '09 11:52
    I've lost girlfriend and some friends because of RHP. Hopefully I regained both. Now I am here 1 hour daily. In my worst phase I made a record of 19 hours on RHP. I was crazy and addicted then.