Chessboxing is where it's at.
Chess board is at the top of the ladder
Razor Ramon the reigning champion:
Looking forward to heads down thumbs up being added to the 2016 program.
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I can't wait for the wheelchair high hurdles at the Paralympics.
When do the Para's start? cbf looking it up. Gagging for some murderball so bad.
Last edited by benchmark00; 14-08-2012 at 11:01 AM.
Scrabble on the other hand works fine. Beats poker for a start. There's plenty of drama through seeing what tiles have been picked up, seeing someone like Nigel have a crap looking rack of AJLORTV, then see there's a floating E so he arranges the tiles into TOLARJ(E)V. Or when someone just plays a stupidly good move like HIERODULE through a floating E and D. Then there are things like whether a bonus will be blocked, or an opening created. For lesser players you need a commentator to explain things and point out options, but it works a lot better than people think.
I'm sure a few of you can't wait to come and play in Prague:
National Scrabble Champion 2009, 8th, 11th and 5th in 2009/2011/2013 World Championships, gold medal (team) at Causeway, 2011 Masters Champion
Australia’s Darren Lehmann is a ‘blatant loser’ insists Stuart Broad
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Sounds positively riveting.
Edit: Tbf I quite enjoy the casual game of Scrabble. Cannot in a million years imagine it being fun to watch though.
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