4d 2010-12-03 05:12
don't feed trolls
3d ( FI ) 2010-02-13 07:02
My statement was primarily concering the redundance and conceitedness of calling yourself a professional if you're going to lose so miserably to a random amateur on the internet.
"do you even know what it means to be strong like him in china?"
Why yes, it means approximately nothing. At his level, there is an abundance of strong players - kids being amongst them.
Get a grip, you're delusional.
1d ( DE ) 2010-02-13 04:02
"some"... "8d"... "brat"... jealous?
I'd do anything to be as good as him... 12 years old... do you even know what it means to be strong like him in china? I guess you don't...-_- how I hate "brats" like you... a great future lies ahead'o him and I'm some kind of proud, I can see him grow on KGS! although go on the internet isn't as serious as it is in rl...
6d ( AR ) 2010-02-12 08:02
W 198 H17 seems to bet he losing move. White was ahead in this game, and chose to ignore blacks threat of trying to live inside.
In the end this fight pushed w into sacrificing a group that gave b the lead.
2. kyu IGS ( HR ) 2010-02-12 06:02
Im sure you couldnt make one living group against "that brat"
3d ( FI ) 2010-02-12 04:02
Losing to some 8d brat on KGS... Pros sure aren't worth much nowadays.
2 Dan ( DJ ) 2010-02-12 01:02
kghin is too greedy man
1d 2010-02-12 12:02
W has to fight a massive ko to rescue the bottom.. so any slim lead he has probably disappears after an ignored ko threat.
3k ( RU ) 2010-02-11 10:02
Seems that W was still a litle ahead or i missed something ?