etiquette, and real life vs on-line

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    Tim Boyd-Wilson

    Hi …

    i write about an etiquette issue. in general, my feeling is that players are more polite in ‘real’ life than in on-line. i find now that most gg matches are silent, apart from standard greetings and goodbyes … and that’s fine.

    there is still the odd steamer who’s focus is more on the dice than the board, and likes to highlight luck. i’m not sure why. play chess if you don’t like luck; or learn multiplication tables.

    but one thing on gg does annoy me … and that’s opponents who try out move after move before making a choice. surely this is something no-one would ever do playing live. it’s just rude, imo.

    any other interesting differences people have noticed?

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