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How sad that Consumerism has grown so much in America that the major Corporations have more control over the people than the very President of the United States does. How many of yall have eaten a Big Mac, or have sipped a Starbucks in the last day?
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I've been playing chess for a couple of months now. The game is so interesting, everyone starts out equally, and every game is a new one. I play Blitz Chess because I don't have the patience to play for hours against someone online who is probably just dicking around with me.
What I've realised, the game is completely biased towards the people who have studied the openings and know every possible move that can be played. "Biased" is probably not the best word, but so many people play something like the Queens Gambit that it gets kinda annoying playing against the same damn moves over and over and over and over again.
Thus, I've realised that I am mediocre at best, I can beat people in a race against the clock at a regular basis, moving pieces primarily to make the opponent think, wasting his valuable time and lets me take some time to figure out what he is gonna move to.
But, when it comes to actual strategy, my skills are next to nothing, unless I can get some poor sap to fall into the Halloween's Gambit, which is alot of fun to play, not the best strategy to play, but really interesting to see how the other person responds to a knight and pawn invasion right out of the hat.
If anyone cares to give a hand against myself, I frequent chess.com frequently from facebook under the alias "Dumshet", or Chesscorner.net as "tolerateu"
I don't plan to go pro at this game, but I may join some chess club at the local library, figuring that I've seen half the guys there and already rate myself alot better in looks :P
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Total Medals Earned: 567 (From 89 different games.)