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  1. Standard member vivify
    rain
    04 Jun '13 19:54
    There's a moment when I feel like Neo from the "Matrix". In this moment, I am able to see virtually every possible move, every possible position on the nearly infinite arangements of the chess board. I transcend the great minds of Fischer, Kasparov, Carlsen...nay, even God himself.

    This moment, happens 0.5 seconds after choosing the wrong move and clicking "submit".
  2. Subscriber sundown316
    The Mighty Messenger
    04 Jun '13 20:15
    Originally posted by vivify
    There's a moment when I feel like Neo from the "Matrix". In this moment, I am able to see virtually every possible move, every possible position on the nearly infinite arangements of the chess board. I transcend the great minds of Fischer, Kasparov, Carlsen...nay, even God himself.

    This moment, happens 0.5 seconds after choosing the wrong move and clicking "submit".
    If you're God,don't forget Old Bill Steinitz claimed he could give you pawn and move!
  3. 04 Jun '13 20:54
    Originally posted by vivify
    There's a moment when I feel like Neo from the "Matrix". In this moment, I am able to see virtually every possible move, every possible position on the nearly infinite arangements of the chess board. I transcend the great minds of Fischer, Kasparov, Carlsen...nay, even God himself.

    This moment, happens 0.5 seconds after choosing the wrong move and clicking "submit".
    amazing what a sense of heightened awareness can do.
  4. Donation ketchuplover
    G.O.A.T.
    04 Jun '13 21:00
    Originally posted by vivify
    There's a moment when I feel like Neo from the "Matrix". In this moment, I am able to see virtually every possible move, every possible position on the nearly infinite arangements of the chess board. I transcend the great minds of Fischer, Kasparov, Carlsen...nay, even God himself.

    This moment, happens 0.5 seconds after choosing the wrong move and clicking "submit".
    Same for me only it's 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000005 seconds
  5. Standard member SwissGambit
    Caninus Interruptus
    06 Jun '13 08:16
    Originally posted by vivify
    There's a moment when I feel like Neo from the "Matrix". In this moment, I am able to see virtually every possible move, every possible position on the nearly infinite arangements of the chess board. I transcend the great minds of Fischer, Kasparov, Carlsen...nay, even God himself.

    This moment, happens 0.5 seconds after choosing the wrong move and clicking "submit".
    I know, right?! I need a fake Submit button to trick my mind into this high-awareness state.