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Long victory that the guy was upset about. Told me he shouldn't be losing like this. I thought I played fine. He was okay guy. Just seemed he was putting himself down too much there at the end.
I think c4 killed him.
Maybe having a name like "Don't" leaves him susceptible to low self-esteem.
@KuzmickiMarek, move 30 or 33? I assume 30.
Yes, 30. c4. If he could wait and trade bishop for knight it would be draw. He took his chances, but it was too optymistic at that moment.
Ya I didn't get his name. Since it's not a USCF tournament, I don't care as much to ask.
Name was Steve Mitlitzky. 1879 rating. Life member. Guess I can see why he was upset with himself. If he's played for so long and losing to some 24 year old who's only played for 5 years haha.
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