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Member since Feb-03-16 · Last seen Aug-17-17
1. Famous author of the <Black man's Prayer>

2. Posted link of girls pictures on his bio.

3. Changed chess history by having invited 6 willing voters on the famous Games of the Year 2016.

4. Site historian who wrote letters to the Norwegians kibitzer's families.

5. Famous for acting as a cop without a badge.

6. Stalked frogbert for who knows how long.

<It's like, I called you a punk and slapped you around in front of your friends and girlfriend, and you sat there quiet, looking stupid. Then I get in my car and drive away, and when I'm far, far away, you start talking trash.>


Loser indeed... Full Member

   tuttifrutty has kibitzed 479 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-17 St. Louis Rapid & Blitz (Rapid) (2017) (replies)
tuttifrutty: <Well, the only one's not FOS here are <perfidious> <Domdaniel> <refutor> & <appaz>> Thanks for voluntarily confessing you belong to the FOS group...Welcome to the club...
   Aug-17-17 Edmund Beronio (replies)
tuttifrutty: <that totally vanished the original Dad into non-existence as to his early development in chess...> Don't despair...<THE TRUTH> is anyone can revise the Wiki entry for everone's satisfaction including but not limited to Jim Bartle.
   Aug-16-17 chessforum (replies)
tuttifrutty: <Big Pawn: < We'll run it as GOTD soon with one of our outstandingly ingenious puns. That might give it the shove to push it into Rubinstein's top 10 list.> How's that work? If x number of people save a game in their favorites collection, it achieves ...
   Aug-16-17 Sinquefield Cup (2017) (replies)
tuttifrutty: Go Wesley!> Sinquefield Cup 2015!- Dead last Go Wesley!> Sinquefield Cup 2016! Winner Go Wesley!> Sinquefield Cup 2017! Dead Last <Go Wesley!> Sinquefield Cup 2018!__________ Test your IQ... What will the answer be? Can anyone tell me???
   Aug-08-17 Aronian vs W So, 2017 (replies)
tuttifrutty: It's the <brain freeze phenomenon>...and nobody knows why it happens. Take omega 3 or you could be next....;-)
   Aug-07-17 W So vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
tuttifrutty: <When do you think that So will consider that beating Carlsen will matter most?> When Wesley snatch the crown...when he beat Magnus on a championship match... that will make Magnus storms out from an interview with his tail behind his legs... Don't will be ...
   Aug-02-17 British Championships (2017) (replies)
tuttifrutty: There goes Luke, towering the British a part time job...
   Aug-02-17 FIDE Grand Prix Geneva (2017)
tuttifrutty: <<tuttifrutty> Remember that hardness is the ability to resist scratching, nothing more. A diamond is the hardest substance known, but it is also one of the most brittle, easy to crush. And certainly not tough.> But of course...everything is brittle when you crush it
   Jul-28-17 R Rapport vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
tuttifrutty: <No, it must have been his claim that Carlsen loses more than anyone else that opened up the world of truth for you. Except he used lifetime records. That includes games from back when all the players were around 9 years old. If you think that's interesting or relevant ...
   Jul-28-17 Wei Yi (replies)
tuttifrutty: Wei Yi is over rated, he is being fed by fellow Chinese players only to lose to the elite. He ain't ready for prime time. He has yet to eat a truckload of noodles and rice ...
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