“My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

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“My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

Postby JR Smith on Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:34 am

“My Last World Title Match” - GM Michele Borghetti (facebook 8/31/17)
Sergio translates it from Italian into English.

On 31st August
Friends, I would like to tell you that next match in September will be my last World Title Match. I'm a little bored. I thank all people for having supported me for all these years, especially my father Gianfranco, who has always been close to me. We keep teaching children who have so much affection for us. I have nothing more to say, except that I'm happy about this.

The 3-Move Challenge Match between Michele Borghetti and Sergio Scarpetta will be played in Italy from 9th to 23rd September 2017. Alan Millhone as referee.

Everything is clear. Is this his last word? Who knows?

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Sergio
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Re: “My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sat Sep 02, 2017 11:09 am

Very pity but I agree with Sergio: "Who knows ?"
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Re: “My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

Postby Bill Salot on Sun Sep 03, 2017 11:31 am

Life without Checkers . . . that's boring!
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Re: “My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

Postby sergio on Tue Sep 05, 2017 2:37 am

Yesterday, during the press conference, which was held in the town hall, Michele told them he would rethink about his decision to quit WTMs.


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Re: “My Last World Title Match”- Borghetti

Postby megamau on Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:37 am

Just a quick note.

A better translation would be "I'm a bit tired" instead of "I'm a bit bored".
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