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Oxford were probably slight favourites and may look back on this as a lost opportunity when Yang-Fan joins Cambridge next year (with Cambridge's other top boards remaining eligible too).
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BOOOOOOO, hisssss . Nobody likes cambridge.
Lose one queen and it is a disaster, Lose 1000 queens and it is just a statistic.
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Joey Stewart wrote:BOOOOOOO, hisssss . Nobody likes cambridge.
You might very well think that. I couldn't possibly comment.