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Default My Game Against Leon Stolzenberg

On Jun 21, 3:45*am, jkh001 wrote:

Problems and studies are artistic creations. Their preservation is
worthwhile a priori. Clearly you are not interested in them, but
that's a statement about you, not about them. I find the art of Dali
and the poetry of Angelou boring or distasteful, but that's hardly an
argument for discarding their works.

Well that's all in the eye of the beholder. You think OTB play is a
work of art? Then so is blitz. So is postal. So is a computer

If you like collecting such works, feel free, but it's more art than


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