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Poland | Reddit by /u/sheen0 - 10h ago
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After his long history as a Pro Player, He managed to win WCG 2006 and 2009 WCG Grand Finals. In 2010, after conflict with TaZ, LUq got kicked from the team, and the team was playing with Pasha, as a stand-in, Later on, Pasha became their 5th player and earned the nickname of "PashaBiceps" for some obvious reason.

Source of content > http://www.wcg.com/hall-of-famers/view/lukasz-luq-wnek

Netia kibicuje Reprezentacji Polski WCG

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Poland | Reddit by /u/bm52oc - 12h ago

Its this product fit for the job

or its a bad deal

https://i.redd.it/qadxmzl70sa31.jpg

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Poland | Reddit by /u/bringbackbenn - 12h ago

It is my understanding that to have had a Polish parent means that you can claim citizenship as long as that parent did not renounce their citizenship.

My grandfather was a polish citizen who settled in Britain but did not renounce his citizenship. My father was born in British and did not claim his Polish citizenship because he didn’t see the point (he spoke Polish, visited often etc.). Unfortunately he died before he ever claimed his Polish citizenship.

Do you think that I am therefore eligible to be a polish citizen, based on the fact that my grandfather was Polish?

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Poland | Reddit by /u/blackbarrrt - 12h ago
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Poland | Reddit by /u/hazza_197 - 12h ago

Hi all r/Poland

User from the UK here :) I’m going to try to watch the Legia Warsaw game on Thursday night. I’ve had a look and it’s says that it’s on TVP Sport and TVP Sport Streaming - I’ve had a poke around on the TVP website but can’t seem to find any way of currently streaming TVP Sport from there? - is it free to stream from them with a VPN?

I’m probably being thick and have missed the live-streams somewhere but could someone please help me. Sadly TVP isn’t covered by my IPTV!

Thank you in advance,

Yours Sincerely a confused Brit.

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Poland | Reddit by /u/007211sam - 12h ago

Going to Warsaw in January for a weekend, and wondering which clubs would be best for hard fast electronic music? Drum and bass, tekno (i know not likely) hardcore etc? Thank you:)

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So I’m polish who lived in lebanon, I’m going to move to poland, I just graduated from High school age 19, So my question is if I go to poland will the government take me for like a year to serve in the military or it’s optional?

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