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Rematch in bullet!how hard can it be?


  • 16 months ago · Quote · #21

    iosif_vissarion

    L2Gt wrote:

    This is getting entertaining. Now you're starting to contradict yourself. First you criticise my grammar with "You could talk better," and now you're saying "Of course your grammar of your home language is better than mine."? So whatever argument you're trying to make about grammar is invalid at this point. Also, how did you come to the conclusion that I'm a racist? And that I lack education? That doesn't make any sense either, and even if it did, it wouldn't at all correlate to why I avoid rematches in bullet chess. And I'm not sure what you're trying to point out with that last try. So gg.

    When i said "talk better" i referred to the impoliteness you showed.Till now you said things like,"Because people who want rematches are generally arrogant idiots like you.","Go ride a tricycle or something" without answering anything of what i wrote about the subject of rematching in bullet.You stuck with my "superiority" and other bullshit.

    And we get it "bud",YOU DONT REMATCH.Okay. 

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #22

    L2Gt

    I'm not obligated to be polite to anyone, especially arrogant people like you. I mean it's not like you're being super polite either by posting this thread in the first place. And in my very first post I told you why most people don't like to rematch, so again, not sure what you're talking about. Mouse-slips and time losses when up material are also part of the game and besides, no one should have to be called disrespectful by people like you (pretty ironic) just because they don't want to rematch. I'm just defending like-minded players.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #23

    iosif_vissarion

    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    jsph_stin, when you say that accept a rematch is a kind of respect, it means that decline it is not respectful. So I had to say not-respectful instead of unrespectful but why is accept respectful?

    In my opinion,giving your opponent a second chance,if he requests it,is some kind of respect.You respect his will of a second game.To "take his blood back".That is all.And by playing more than one games,is a better criterio of the difference or not of two players.In science one is none.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #24

    L2Gt

    jsph_stln wrote:
    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    jsph_stin, when you say that accept a rematch is a kind of respect, it means that decline it is not respectful. So I had to say not-respectful instead of unrespectful but why is accept respectful?

    In my opinion,giving your opponent a second chance,if he requests it,is some kind of respect.You respect his will of a second game.To "take his blood back".That is all.And by playing more than one games,is a better criterio of the difference or not of two players.In science one is none.


    By saying that you're also implying that it's always disrespectful to decline a rematch request in online bullet.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #25

    iosif_vissarion

    L2Gt wrote:
    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    jsph_stin, when you say that accept a rematch is a kind of respect, it means that decline it is not respectful. So I had to say not-respectful instead of unrespectful but why is accept respectful?

    Yeah this is exactly why I think he's arrogant. By saying that it's disrespectful to ever decline a rematch, you are saying that since you personally do accept rematch requests, you are better than everyone who doesn't by referring to them as "running idiots". And lmfao, just look at his name. Joseph Stalin. Communist dictator. Case closed.

    "Joseph Stalin. Communist dictator. Case closed."I am not suprised.I already know what kind of history you are being taught.I am sure you know that socialism is the worse system ever existed in the world and USSR was a bunch of criminals who accidentally beat Nazis.Hahaha.Since we could figure out if playing a rematch in bullet is hard,this conversation is hopeless with you "bud"

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #26

    bean_Fischer

    jsph_stln wrote:
    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    In my opinion,giving your opponent a second chance,if he requests it,is some kind of respect.You respect his will of a second game.To "take his blood back".That is all.And by playing more than one games,is a better criterio of the difference or not of two players.In science one is none.

    Nope. The opponent has the chance, yet it is lost. So why give another one? By playing one more game is a waste of time.

    Even in a friendly match, there is no rematch. The loser admits that he/she loses.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #27

    L2Gt

    Stalin so strongly believed that he and Hitler had an understanding that he refused to listen to his military advisors' warnings in 1941 that the Wehrmacht was massing for an attack, and purged any one who dared utter such blasphemy. As a result, when the attack came, the Soviet army was completely unprepared and suffered horrible defeats, while Stalin spent the first several days after the attack holed up in his office in shock.

     

    Source: PBS

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #28

    L2Gt

    Anyway you're a joke and you don't know how to hold your own in a simple argument so I don't feel obligated to talk to you anymore. See ya.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #29

    iosif_vissarion

    L2Gt wrote:

    Stalin so strongly believed that he and Hitler had an understanding that he refused to listen to his military advisors' warnings in 1941 that the Wehrmacht was massing for an attack, and purged any one who dared utter such blasphemy. As a result, when the attack came, the Soviet army was completely unprepared and suffered horrible defeats, while Stalin spent the first several days after the attack holed up in his office in shock.

     

    Source: PBS

    It is a discusion that cant be done here.This is for sure.And what seems to be "indepentant" its not.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #30

    L2Gt

    Saved by the bell. Oh and indepentant isn't a word.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #31

    SpankYoHiney

    bean_Fischer wrote:
    jsph_stln wrote:
    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    In my opinion,giving your opponent a second chance,if he requests it,is some kind of respect.You respect his will of a second game.To "take his blood back".That is all.And by playing more than one games,is a better criterio of the difference or not of two players.In science one is none.

    Nope. The opponent has the chance, yet it is lost. So why give another one? By playing one more game is a waste of time.

    Even in a friendly match, there is no rematch. The loser admits that he/she loses.

    not if you were white. white has an advantage and for a truely fair match each should have the opportunity to play white.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #32

    LongIslandMark

    Rematch - no rematch - why do we see these complaints? The opponent didn't want to play another game for whatever reason. So what? Go play another game with someone else.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #33

    SpankYoHiney

    play another thousand games and you'll understand...it has to do with losing to another player with a much higher rating than yourself.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #34

    LongIslandMark

    SpankYoHiney wrote:

    play another thousand games and you'll understand...it has to do with losing to another player with a much higher rating than yourself.

    Don't understand that - if your response was directed at my post. I've got almost 700 live games on this site, but I don't see how that matters.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #35

    bean_Fischer

    SpankYoHiney wrote:
    bean_Fischer wrote:
    jsph_stln wrote:

    Nope. The opponent has the chance, yet it is lost. So why give another one? By playing one more game is a waste of time.

    Even in a friendly match, there is no rematch. The loser admits that he/she loses.

    not if you were white. white has an advantage and for a truely fair match each should have the opportunity to play white.

    Are you complaining because you play black and you lose? My stat shows I play slightly worse (6-8%) with black. But I still win more than 50% with black.

    Black wins 141 (54%)  loses 84 (32%) draw 34 (13%) Total 259 (50%)

    If you lose, you lose. Don't blame it on your luck.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #36

    SocialPanda

    jsph_stln wrote:
    mic15counterstrategy wrote:

    jsph_stin, when you say that accept a rematch is a kind of respect, it means that decline it is not respectful. So I had to say not-respectful instead of unrespectful but why is accept respectful?

    In my opinion,giving your opponent a second chance,if he requests it,is some kind of respect.You respect his will of a second game.To "take his blood back".That is all.And by playing more than one games,is a better criterio of the difference or not of two players.In science one is none.

    People that get paired automatically to play with you are agreeing to play one game with you, they are not agreeing to a scientifically conducted test to determine "who is the best player".

    Most players only want rematchs when they lose, and they keep asking for rematches until they win once, and then... they leave.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #37

    btickler

    To "take his blood back".

    You don't have any right to demand "your blood back".  That is the crux of every "rematcher" thread.  You want people to be forced to accept your terms, because people that believe rematchs are some God-given right are narcissists that cannot concieve that other people have things to do in their life besides satisfying your random urges.  It's not about you.  Hard to believe, I know.  

    They beat you, and probably don't even care, while your insides are churning at the loss.  This is called "insecurity", and is something you'll get over someday when you realize that losing a chess game does not emasculate you.  Take your losses like everyone else, and move on.

    If you don't like losing and cannot handle it without gnashing your teeth, may I suggest you don't play chess ;).

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #38

    chesshole

    proper ettiquette if you beat someone in bullett is to say 'OWNED,' then close the window before they can respond back

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #39

    SocialPanda

    chesshole wrote:

    proper ettiquette if you beat someone in bullett is to say 'OWNED,' then close the window before they can respond back

    And then you can make a youtube video.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #40

    Irjene

    Don't understand why everyone is crazy over rematches just do it later


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