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Chess Week on Twitter

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Saturday, 31 December 2011 wishes you a Happy New Year and presents the final top-10 chart of the most amusing and informative chess tweets posted this week:

Long live the King!

And how many chess tournaments make money?


Bareev-Motylev beef

Just three days after Natalia's widely retweeted advice...


Are you bored and lonely? Call Alexandra Kosteniuk!
Alexandra Kosteniuk: If you are sad, lonely and cold, find a partner and play chess! ;-)))

Pros making jokes about openings

Women's World Team Chess Championship: China (gold), Russia (silver), Georgia (bronze)

Reproduce the moves of your opponent and make a draw?!

The magical feeling of reading a "real" book/magazine

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Comments (2)
1. Written by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it on 06:15 13 2012 .
Hi phranck,Eventually, I would like to have a vireson for German and other languages. I was not sure if anyone was interested in it. Your recommendation will prompt me to move it higher on the priority list. I will probably support Android devices first and then look at implementing international viresons. Thanks again for your comment.
2. Written by This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it on 23:15 26 2012 .
, “Carlsen will have changed our aeninct game considerably.” If Magnus accomplishes what he has set out to do, and does so with continued integrity and honor, that will be reward enough, although others will come. Does anyone believe that being handed a laurel by Kirsan Ilyumzhinov in th e near term adds so much more?

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