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  Game collection: how to kill

yesyem



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India
Mon Aug 20 2012 5:57PM | MsgID: 15717288




respected sir,

Thanks sir.

M



Duke of Wellington



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England
Mon Aug 20 2012 3:07PM | MsgID: 15716870


No problem sir. I still maintain however that the best way for you to 'kill him' (so to speak) and teach him a lesson regarding a lost game, would be to continue with the game and defeat him, no matter how long that victory took. For him to come away with a victory in such a game has taught him nothing i'm afraid, other than 'hanging on in there' in a lost game might just bare fruit.



yesyem



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India
Mon Aug 20 2012 8:24AM | MsgID: 15716067


Respected sir,

Yes You may be correct. And started to believe in your way. I might have continued and did the resignation after some time. Any how it is a long back happened. Thanks for your kind words sir. M



Duke of Wellington



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England
Mon Aug 20 2012 8:20AM | MsgID: 15716060


I doubt very much he understood it that way. He was probably just happy to get an unexpected win.



yesyem



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India
Mon Aug 20 2012 3:06AM | MsgID: 15715774


Respected Sir,

When a player of his position, (at least by his points position) should have resigned by now and he is not doing so. So I resigned just to make him to understand it. That is what we call killing here sir. M



Earl of Norfolk





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United States
Sun Aug 19 2012 5:57PM | edited: 6:42:34 | MsgID: 15714572


Originally posted by: "yesyem"
He not resigned I did sir. That is more than mating him.




OK, so you resigned. That at least makes sense. But as to how you think that is better than mating him is beyond me. You're still the loser, whereas if you had mated him, you'd be the winner. }

I guess I won't try to impart logic where there is none. 🤣














Duke of Wellington



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England
Sun Aug 19 2012 5:06PM | MsgID: 15714446


Why would you resign in such a position? }



yesyem



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India
Sun Aug 19 2012 3:12PM | MsgID: 15714203


He not resigned I did sir. That is more than mating him.



Earl of Norfolk





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United States
Sun Aug 19 2012 2:14PM | MsgID: 15714073


So why did he resign? Did you literally kill him?? 😲



yesyem



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India
Sun Aug 19 2012 5:47AM | MsgID: 15713276


Hi all

Game number 8212137 recommended to a Game collection

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how to kill

This is my way of crushing the opponent.


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