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    How to beat a grandmaster in chess

    in queenstown classic 2009 english grandmaster jones was beaten in 15 moves

    comeon everyone......

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    in queenstown classic 2009 english grandmaster jones was beaten in 15 moves
    15 moves?

    Come On Everyone...........................

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    Come On Everyone...........................
    come on

    Has anyone ever beaten a grandmaster here?????????????

    no..........Nobody???????????

    damn
    Last edited by Kevin Bonham; 30-01-2009 at 01:57 PM. Reason: merge eight posts made in a row
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    sorry
    James came close once

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    wow
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    against Rogers

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    CC Candidate Master chesstash's Avatar
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    i remember that

    was it july
    never say never
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    I'm impressed...were you there?
    It was the last tourny for him

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    yep
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    were you playing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischa
    were you playing?
    yep
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    and how did you go?

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    it was my b/day

    I cant remember
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mischa
    never say never
    (even when the position is hopeless)

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    and i was there....

    I was there, there was a lovely cake and we all sang HB for Natasha ooops sorry for Tash!
    I also remember that tournament because I scored my only win against her and the relevance to this thread, is that Tash will be a GM one day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chesstash
    How to beat a grandmaster in chess
    Quote Originally Posted by chesstash
    in queenstown classic 2009 english grandmaster jones was beaten in 15 moves
    To beat a grandmaster in 15 moves:

    1. Become a grandmaster with 2608 rating
    2. Prepare for the game well
    3. Once in a few year your grandmaster opponent might resign on move 15.
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