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I read several of the posts here by everyone and I can concur that this thread is child-like.
If I wanna play, I'm gonna play!! Doesn't matter if it's a rematch or new opponent. There were at least 2 oppoents I can clearly remember that wanted rematches. So I just played them again, so what!! I won one, lost one, ther other guy, I gave the game away, he royal forked me, "CRAP I didn't see that coming" I says...gg." "gg" he says.
Still having fun. If he doesn't want a rematch then find another opponent!!! What's so hard about that? I do it all the time.
Post Script: If you block me here on Chess.com, I can go to the FICS at anytime and find an opponent there. So what if I'm blocked? How is it effective?
Well, it is obvious.
When all the real players (ie the "rematch no matter what"s) will league against the other jerks, those ones will become pariahs and be chased into the woods until they are purified by fire and then chess will be a better game to play.
As the angry mob is not available yet, we have to start by a massive block. It must work, assuming the "real players" are the one I think of...
If someone refuses a rematch, then you shouldn't play them again!
That'll show 'em!
probably you should file civil proceedings in a court of law for breach of your fundamental rights and the right to rematch as guaranteed by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Internation Convention for Civil and Political Rights. That will teach these non rematchers (many a times that's me ) a lesson
When I lose ,i rematch.
When I won,the opponet rematch,I refuse
Some people who see this are going to get very angry! Just check the rest of the comments.
What a stupid, stupid, thread. A waste of time to argue about it.
And yet you resurrected the thread which had not had a post in two weeks. Why?
To argue about it, of course.
Maybe chess.com could implement a new button - if someone dares to refuse a rematch, then you click the new "demolish" button.
If I win, I always give the guy a rematch if he wants it.
unfortunately the block list is limited to 200. It would be reasonable if some people so desired to block all but their friends and family reversing it to an exclusion list.
I know right. Chess.com has more than 7 million members. I wonder why they limit the block list to 200? That's obviously a drop in the bucket. Out of those 7 million, surley there are more than 200 @$$h0le$ on this site. Not saying names. Not pointing any fingers. Just sayin'.
Actually chess.com should just invest in whatever servers ICC uses so most of the games don't get screwed up on time cause of lag issues. It is so inconsistent. I'll go from 1900 to 1500 over a day based on the games lost on disconnects and time issues when I'm on a 25mbps direct cable line. The chess.com servers suck.
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