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I'd sooner murder an infant in its cradle than play another game of chess, even with your wonderful set, but now I'm intrigued with the thought of making a whimsical chess set of some kind. It shall remain a whimsy, I'm sure. But I love your set. Einstein looks impressive in the background.

John PTak

I understand, JD, and agree sorta even if you quote Mr. Blake. The key is *speed* chess (5 mins)--you're in, you're out. and its time for tea.



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