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      Marvel Future Fight

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      Sc2 player here not so much atm but I always come back to it. Also it has a lot of similarities to tabletennis. What race are you playing and what league?
      Would be cool to meet up ingame
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      Spin Spin Spin...

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      Statecraft Goodreads remastered. Some times sudoku. Sometimes freecell.

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      i play
      go a japanese board
      known in korea as
      baduk
      and in china as wei qi
      its a strategic game with more moves than chess, simple to learn a lifetime to master. I used to play in club with a clock like chess but now i play on line with maybe twenty games on at once.games might have 200+ moves but you can just login and make 1 move and your opponent somewhere else in the world makes a reply in his/her own time so games take months to finish but need only take a few minutes of your time.
      each day.
      this game is perfect for families in corona situation. teach your
      kids.
      a go game unfinished.
      https://senseis.xmp.net/diagrams/52/...56522891e3.sgf
      a go board with bowls://www5e.biglobe.ne.jp/~rozan/108-0802_IMG11.jpg
      http://senseis.xmp.net/

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      I played go in college. I would challenge the Chinese students that normally kept to themselves and didn't associate with white guys. I also played Chinese chess which is strange. I had moderate success because I was not familiar with all the patterns.

      I wrote a computer chess program in the 1980s. It never was that good because it wasn't my full time job. However, I personally played in a USCF chess tournament in a 1988 and the first time out I got a rating of candidate master or expert which is just below master. Unfortunately, chess and TT took a back seat to working 12-14 hours days.

      I majored in TT my freshman year of college. I went from hard bat to double inverted. I came in 5th in a college tournament. My sophomore year 3 of the better players graduated. There was one Chinese super looper that was better than me but he was an EE student too. When I was a freshman he was a sophomore. When I graduated he was still a senior.
      I majored in bridge my sophomore year of college.
      My junior and senior year a majored in board wargames. Avalon Hill and SPI.
      I got my EE and CE ( computer engineering ) degree despite the distractions but eventually all that faded away as real life took precedence for the next 38 years.

      I own a very successful business but the beginning the only capital you have is human capital. That means working long hours.

      I like games. They keep your mind active. I still have a closet of games like Go, Chess, Master Mind, and many others. I don't have time to play face to face.

      Now I watch YouTube videos about LCO or lela chess 0 and stock fish which are top rated chess "engines" ( I don't like the term. I prefer programs. ). On YouTube there is a channel by King Crusher that is very good.

      The computer I am writing this on has a high powered graphics card. The "chess engines" use the 2560 CUDA cores to do parallel processing. There is no way any body can beat that.

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      Playing all sorts of games here, but what gets me hyped is Table tennis.
      If you are wondering, two consoles, XBOX and PC.

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      COD Warzone .

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      Playing Chrono Trigger now in my laptop using emulator. Next would be Final Fantasy 6.

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      I'm playing ghouls n ghost, I can tell you that this game makes me crazy.
      It is insanely hard furthermore I'm playing with hard difficulty.
      A good way to spend quarantine.

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