Micro brewies are the best, locally one uses blueberries for best stout that ever filled my mug.
The games of J. Capablanca reveal much about the potential of the human mind to deceive and I think he took it to the level many call "chi" ...past even positional. Wizards in the ring are rare (Sugar Ray in boxing maybe??) wizards on the board few as well.
Capablanca was said to have played the devil and defeated him by using his weakness against him...like Kanbun defeating the Tiger
Capablanca played an interesting two games on a ship crossing the Atlantic against a mere advanced player...He was given advantage of the other player not having Queen and Capablanca lost on purpose, he stated the Queen was a disadvantage to have and asked for rematch with him this time not having Queen...he won easily and stated the Queen has no place in Chess (the opponent didn`t know he was playing the world chess champion)
Sugar Ray Leonard fought a "friendly" match on a cruise ship against a larger faily good boxer but asked him not to touch his face as he was not fully healed from eye surgery, his opponent got cocky and the result was a KO when sugar led him into the corner and sliped out with an array of footwork/upper cuts... (never under estimate Sugar)
I will add the Devils lose in the next post (I type with one finger)...not karate but interesting I thought, humane nature actually