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Israel to Iran: Checkmate Bitches

Alik Gershon is our hero today, because not only did he reaffirm Jewish superiority at the game of chess, but he wrestled a record away from Iran. The 30-year-old grandmaster took took title for world record for simultaneous chess games, … Read More

By / October 25, 2010

Alik Gershon is our hero today, because not only did he reaffirm Jewish superiority at the game of chess, but he wrestled a record away from Iran.

The 30-year-old grandmaster took took title for world record for simultaneous chess games, after a 19-hour marathon match against 523 players whose row of tables set up across a Tel Aviv square. He won 454, lost 11 and drew 58.

Hopefully all our wars will be on the chess board, or something cultural, and not real wars,” Gershon, the hero to millions of Jewish chess players said.

And somewhere in Tehran, in his evil lair, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is shaking a fist and screaming “daaaaamn youuuu Israel!!!!’

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