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  1. 16 Mar '17 03:17
    Will I see a white victory or a frustrating draw?
  2. Subscriber Ponderable On Vacation
    chemist
    16 Mar '17 11:48
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Will I see a white victory or a frustrating draw?
    That depends on how well you are in shielding your different personae from each other.
  3. 16 Mar '17 16:54
    You will grow hair on your palms if you play with yourself.
  4. 17 Mar '17 01:23
    ...and go blind.
  5. Subscriber 64squaresofpain On Vacation
    The drunk knight
    17 Mar '17 03:12
    Try it blindfolded
  6. Subscriber Paul Leggett
    Chess Librarian
    17 Mar '17 13:38 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    ...and go blind.
    You beat me to it...
  7. 17 Mar '17 21:53
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Will I see a white victory or a frustrating draw?
    If I play with myself

    No No No...Lock yourself back in that chastity cage!
  8. 18 Mar '17 15:01
    Im talking about chess.
  9. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    18 Mar '17 15:44
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Im talking about chess.
    Why don't you try an experiment in that regard, say 3 minute games, switch sides. Do it say ten times and see what the results are.
  10. 18 Mar '17 19:09 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Im talking about chess.
    Just kidding. You could do this, but with all the opportunities to play against others via the internet, why would you want to? To answer your question, I'd say a white victory since you already know your own weakness's as black
  11. Standard member vivify
    rain
    18 Mar '17 22:24
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Will I see a white victory or a frustrating draw?
    If you approach playing each turn with a sincere desire to win in the current position for both black and white, it could go both ways. It may even be more interesting, since you know what your strategy is.

    Playing against yourself is an attempt to outdo yourself. You may be able to break your current limits if you take that approach.