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I was wondering if someone could tell me why I lost to a higher rated player (He was 1620 and I was 1599) and lost 15 points with a rook and pawn endgame (Online chess). Also, the game has disappeared, it's not on my finished games yet my rating is 15 pts lower. I don't understand why my rating fell so much
By chance do you have an email announcing your turn in the game where you can see a game ID number?
It was vs. jamesb57 in the 3rd monthly done right tournament. Not sure how to find game id number.
I think the FEN: 2r5/2P5/3KP1pk/5p1p/7P/8/6P1/2RR4 b --2 4s
Does the FEN help Calamondin? I'm trying to understand
Rules re Asking for Resignation
by Chicken_Monster a few minutes ago
After Logical Chess move by move
by jambyvedar 3 minutes ago
Could I have won this game instead of drawing?
by tedthepirate 6 minutes ago
GM Negi's 1.e4 books appropriate for class players?
by Airut 6 minutes ago
1/27/2015 - Boris Spassky vs Arnulf Westermeier, Germany, 1982
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Please Start Enforcing Restrictions on Those who Abandon Games
by Superweakie 9 minutes ago
Where can I submit my TM title?
by December_TwentyNine 22 minutes ago
Has a top grandmaster ever played on until they were checkmated?
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Is evaluation objective?
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