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    beaker vs young bro. [1-0]

    beaker vs junior master
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
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    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    you choose the colour if you like.
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    according to your profile u are younger
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    1.e4
    I choose red as that was the most popular white 500 yrs ago. How times have changed
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    Quote Originally Posted by junior master
    according to your profile u are younger
    1.e4
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    did we both play 1.e4 at the same time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by junior master
    did we both play 1.e4 at the same time?
    i feel in light of mutual equality that i must make a draw offer.
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    1...c5
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
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    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    i feel in light of mutual equality that i must make a draw offer.
    In the words of James Fischer "i don't accept draws in less than 30 moves. (Unless i am about lose )
    2. Nf3
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    2..d6

    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
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    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    3.d4!
    a new move i discovered
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    3...cxd4
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    4. Nxd4
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    4...Nf6
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
    Consecutive and slow -
    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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    you believe what i have concocted for my fifth move .......
    Ruin is formal, devil's work,
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    Fail in an instance no man did,
    Slipping - is Crash's law,

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