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Sad mistake in time pressure

This game is my second consecutive game an higher rated opponent. After 10 years of chess, I still can't manage my clock! This is how stupidly I lost the game.The time control is 30 moves in 90 minutes and 1 hour sudden death. I only had an analog clock and hence no time delay that actually made things much worse. My opponent did not make a single good/aggresive move in the whole game and I still lost the point. That made me very sad

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  • 4 years ago

    ModernCalvin

    He couldn't try for stalemate; he probably only had about 30 seconds on his clock after the blunder: not enough time to dig deep and search for drawing possibilities!

  • 4 years ago

    anandhakumaran

    good game.... try to avoid mistake, if u do mistake try for draw like stalmate as such

  • 4 years ago

    msoewulff

    thats lame, how did the rest of your tournament go??

  • 4 years ago

    The_Lost_Pawn

    I see...I think it was better to trade off both rooks on your 28th and 29th move. and yes, I think you should have resigned when you did 28...Rf8???, it was a lost game after that move.

  • 4 years ago

    NM smalugu

    nowhere, I am lost by then.

  • 4 years ago

    The_Lost_Pawn

    Where were you supposed to move the bishop?

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