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thugette_babe ♡ 33 ( +1 | -1 )
.... "Women tend to not succeed in chess for various reasons. They do not believe in killing their father or many other types of violence" bla bla bla
That's the I never said it was true
Besides, anyone can be good at chess. Any type of race, age, or gender. It doesn't matter, you just got to be intelligent I guess. Oh and by the way....what's OTB?
silverwolfwsc ♡ 8 ( +1 | -1 )
OTB is Over The Board i believe. If not, i have been mistaken for some time.
hardcorepawn ♡ 41 ( +1 | -1 )
Or it could be On The Booze.

Society plays a big part as who succeeds in games and sports. People put money and support into who they think will succeed. For chess it is just a matter of numbers, if as many Women played chess as Men (and kept playing), I think the top players list could be very different. Why do more men play than women, because chess it thought to be a male dominated sport.
tulkos ♡ 9 ( +1 | -1 )
Is it just me---- or are people running out of interesting things to talk about? I had better go dig up some old posts---
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hardcorepawn ♡ 6 ( +1 | -1 )
I never had anything interesting to talk about in the first place.
winslow_hendershot ♡ 16 ( +1 | -1 )
Over the board? And I've been wasting all my chess tournament money at the Off Track Betting place. Dang it.

Tulkos: No, you are not mistaken. I wonder how this could have happened?
absolutegenius ♡ 51 ( +1 | -1 )
men Vs women there are a lot of differences between men and women. both are equal, but both are different. for instance, i was in the top set english class last year (*smiles smugly*) with 3 other guys. the other 26 people were female...also-females peak earlier than men, but a lot of the time men's peak's are, well, "higher" than womens (on average...:p). and no, i'm not anti-feminist, i just hate it when women complain that they don't get to do something because they're incapable, but claim it's because they're female...