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Draw!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!what a loooooooooserrrrrr
Yeah, you should try to hold the GM responsible for his position -- seems more in line with the spirit of the game. Sure a draw is nice, but a win is fantastic, and that position is about the best opportunity you could ask for. To not play out such a climactic position simply because you don't want to lose just makes the effort seem really incomplete -- I mean you might as well play with the GM as after all you're there to play chess, at least in a winning position such as this.
Draw? Ouch. Very nicely played opening though, I like your willingness to ignore the c4 pawn and just develop around it.
Also notice how a 2105 is a National Master....... XD
why you offer the draw!? What a loser....
I wonder who offered the draw...
No offense, but only a complete pansy would offer a draw in a completely won position against a GM when you had absolutely nothing to lose. Why not at least give yourself the experience and the thrill of trying to beat a GM in a winning end game.
What a let down.
I have a feeling you regret offering the draw, I know I would.
Unless I am missing something, white's next two moves (more or less regardless of what black would do on his 38th) are e5 and then e6 and the game is pretty much over.
Yup, you were winning!
I agree with darshan I think in the final position white has a clear advantage
You were winning the game! Why did u draw against him? I think that u were probably a bit scared of ideas of GM. Well, it happens to everyone. Good game!
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by Adaar 2 years ago
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