Thoughts of an evil genius. Well, evil anyway.
Are you trying to start a game of chess Gordon?If so, c5.
Oh hi David! I wasn't expecting that. I suppose I was doing the typing equivalent of humming to myself. Well spotted!OK then...1. e4 c52. Nf3
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d6
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd4
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4 Nf6
Gordon, I hope you have a chessboard in front of you. If not and you play blind, I bow down in awe! (before you, David, also, although I don't know you [yet?]) See you next week in Wollongong, Gordon. We've been in the sea yesterday, although E-M almost drowned in a (for her) high wave. Was fun anyway! Alex
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4 Nf65.Nc3Alex, are you joking? There is no way I am going to start using a chessboard until I get to the end of this.;-)David, however, feels to me like he is a very good chess player, so I am starting to get a bit anxious. Yes, see you in Wollongong!
I'm playing against theory?1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4 Nf65.Nc3 g6
You started it by playing the Sicilian! ;-)Never fear, I will run out of moves soon and then have to start thinking. I suspect you will wipe the board with me, so I should warn you that I will delay the inevitable by going away on holiday tomorrow for about 8 days! Without internet.1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4 Nf65.Nc3 g67.Be2
1. e4 c52. Nf3 d63. d4 cxd44. Nxd4 Nf65.Nc3 g67.Be2 Bg7
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