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Yeah, I would agree. Except that this way I have just about as much time as I want to think about my next move and move the pieces around myself and see my opponent's future moves and form my own strategies. The only disadvantage is that my opponent can do the exact same thing.

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sorry! I played a game with the dad and accidentely set up the board wrong! well anyway..

Bf6 d3

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Yes it is.

If your opponent has the exact same advantage then I would hardly call that an advantage at all..

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sorry! I played a game with the dad and accidentely set up the board wrong! well anyway..

Bf6 d3

That still isn't right. And a bishop can't move like that anyway.

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lol. It's okay, don't let it get to you. You've been playing since you were three, I'm sure you're good at it.

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never used notation before.. just read about it on wikipedia. (never played online either)

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I found a website called playchess.de where you can play tournaments with 5 to 9 people in your ability level over the course of days, so you have time to choose your moves wisely. If you do good your ranking goes up.

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Nope.. you can set a time limit on yahoo, but I never play those timed games..

If its not timed though, you have 10 minutes per move.. I just played last night, was getting killed.. so I waited 9:50 to make a move.. 3 times.. the dude finally quit, so I won :D

Of course, no one has ever done that to me.. I was just kinda pissed off.

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haha, I used to play on this website where if you one your ranking went up and you could choose to use an untimed game so I would move once and then my opponent would move once then I wouldn't move at all and he would quit making my ranking go up. At that time I was really bad at chess so I didn't win very often. Lol.

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I'll gladly play anyone at chess.. but it must be instantaneous, either on yahoo games, through an IM program, etc. :)

I'd like to take you up on that offer sometime :)

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