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The unsolvable chess question

By Michael Jay ·
Two TR members are playing chess, they play 5 games and they both win the same number of games.

How is this possible?

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It's a "Discussion" in "Question's" clothing!

by deepsand In reply to Well I did
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I thought the answer was more obvious

by CaptBilly1Eye In reply to Question Closed

The 'two TR members' are actually one person with two screen names.
Playing against him/herself, he/she would always win. 5 for 5.

Billy Idol - 'dancin' with myself...'

<I'm used to being ignored. After all, I'm in tech support>

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That is very good

by Michael Jay In reply to I thought the answer was ...

ROTFLMAO

Very good indeed!

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Uh, they're not playing each other?

by CharlieSpencer In reply to The unsolvable chess ques ...

Posted before I read any other responses. No, really, I mean it.

As an alternative, they each win one and they draw three, or they each win two and draw one. it is chess, after all; a draw is not uncommon.

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Firesign Theater

by Michael Jay In reply to Uh, they're not playing e ...
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Not likely,

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Firesign Theater

since I've never heard of it. Is it anything like Prairie Home Companion?

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Nothing at all

by Michael Jay In reply to Not likely,

like Prairie Home Companion, think "Monty Python" only without video.

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Riddle: who thinks repeating other riddles shows intelligence?

by Triathlete1981 In reply to The unsolvable chess ques ...

the answer is Michael Jay!!

i like these things.

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Three Thumbs-Up.

by deepsand In reply to Riddle: who thinks repeat ...

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