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It is time to rename correspondance chess into TOTAL CHESS!

1. You nevrer know with whom you realy play!
2. You never know which computer your oponent use!
3. You never know which chess progeamme your oponent use!
4. You never know which super GM stay behind the corr. player!
5. You never know which book your oponent use!
6. You never know how much time take your oponent to analyse an answer!
7. You never know if oponents wife/husband have enough tolerance to alow him/her to play corr chess!
8. You never know how much money can your opponent spent to win a game!
9. You are a corr expert and know all this things for all your oponents.
10. Sometimes you use a coin to decide betwen two candidates. Sometimes you use a dice to decide betwen 6 possible mowes. Somtimes you hav luck to decide with your brain the marvelous move.
And there are many many more possibilities in correspondance chess!
All ideas welcome!!!!

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