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  1. 31 Jul '06 19:13
    http://www.ezinearticles.com/?Winning-Chess-Strategies&id=241631

    Enough said.
  2. Standard member TEXASmade
    President of Texas
    31 Jul '06 19:19
    Originally posted by Caro Kann
    http://www.ezinearticles.com/?Winning-Chess-Strategies&id=241631

    Enough said.
    lol, my 8 yr old sister could have wrote that piece of garbage!!! im going to print that page out just so i can use it to wipe my butt next time i let loose!!!!!
  3. 31 Jul '06 19:24
    Gee, and I thought chess was so hard, but now I see the light! Just read the article, and you're an instant GM!
  4. 31 Jul '06 19:35
    Originally posted by Caro Kann
    http://www.ezinearticles.com/?Winning-Chess-Strategies&id=241631

    Enough said.
    Whoever wrote that had to be a little tike. Give the kid a brake.
  5. Standard member TEXASmade
    President of Texas
    31 Jul '06 19:46 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by point
    Whoever wrote that had to be a little tike. Give the kid a brake.
    lol, oh really, well i went back to the site and went to the authors page and at the top it said this

    Jakob Culver - EzineArticles.com Expert Author

    lol

    here is the url - http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Jakob_Culver

    he is an expert author!!! lol, that's hilarious
  6. 31 Jul '06 19:47
    Originally posted by point
    Whoever wrote that had to be a little tike. Give the kid a brake.
    Did you not read the bottom? He called himself a "master"

    Master at what? Chess or phycilogical experiments to see if people will believe him?
  7. 31 Jul '06 19:57
    Bear in mind however, that (for the intended audience at least), 4-move mates are a wining stratgedy.
  8. 31 Jul '06 20:07
    Seems to ignore the moves that the opponent may make- problematic approach. Strange article- develops from the very general to the overly specific in a few paragraphs. Who is the intended audience?
  9. Standard member Peakite
    Sais
    31 Jul '06 20:16
    Looking through some of his other articles, he seems to be offering a lot of 'advice' on many different subjects, citing his website as some experience (with a severe lack of content).

    How can you not take any of these seriously.
    http://ezinearticles.com/?DVD-Players-Information---A-Must-Read&id=241958
    http://funandgamessite.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=12&Itemid=27
    http://ezinearticles.com/?Develop-Your-Learning-Style&id=240333

    What doesn't this man have a good background in? His talents put Bawmann to shame.


    The whole Scolars Mate is probably best left for players to discover themselves (I did) as you think about the moves, then realise it not worth bothering with as opponents get better.
  10. Subscriber BigDoggProblem
    The Advanced Mind
    31 Jul '06 21:36
    Originally posted by Caro Kann
    http://www.ezinearticles.com/?Winning-Chess-Strategies&id=241631

    Enough said.
    You mean I can't believe everything I read on the internet??
  11. 31 Jul '06 21:37
    The author used to play at RHP, had an 1800 rating, and was a frequent forum poster.
  12. 31 Jul '06 22:33
    Boy that article is hilarious. Sounds like something a 600 would write. If he was rated 1800 on here, he must of used a cheap computer program to do it.

    Hee hee hee that article is so stupid everytime I'm bored I'm going to read it to get a good laugh
  13. 01 Aug '06 04:31
    Originally posted by Caro Kann
    Did you not read the bottom? He called himself a "master"

    Master at what? Chess or phycilogical experiments to see if people will believe him?
    masterbater.
  14. 01 Aug '06 07:36
    i think the 4 moves mate is the best opening ever...... if your plaing anyone under 1000
  15. Standard member Dragon Fire
    Lord of all beasts
    01 Aug '06 09:37
    I think I can improve on this.

    It is possible to checkmate your opponent in 2 moves. Yes really!!

    1. f3 .. e4
    2. g4 .. Qh4++

    Clever hey.

    If he is a master I must now qualify as a Grandmaster!