Upgrade to Chess.com Premium!

That's my game against player who wanted to win me with 4 queens I took the draw


  • 10 months ago · Quote · #21

    ivandh

    salatoy a écrit :

    i don't like to resign and give up to my games o i tried it and i gone for the stalemate

    Normally I would rather not waste my time, I go ahead and resign to start a new game instead of prolonging one that is hopeless. But I usually play long games, so people are not likely to miss stalemate because of time pressure. It is only when I see someone really doesn't know what they are doing that I think it is worth a try to go for stalemate.

  • 10 months ago · Quote · #22

    montemaur

    He was probably mad you didn't resign, but he upped the ante by going for that fourth queen.  Two queens (with a rook on the board) or even a third queen is enough to rub it in.  He got what he deserved with that fourth queen.

  • 10 months ago · Quote · #23

    salatoy

    ivandh wrote:
    salatoy a écrit :

    i don't like to resign and give up to my games o i tried it and i gone for the stalemate

    Normally I would rather not waste my time, I go ahead and resign to start a new game instead of prolonging one that is hopeless. But I usually play long games, so people are not likely to miss stalemate because of time pressure. It is only when I see someone really doesn't know what they are doing that I think it is worth a try to go for stalemate.

    I tried the stalemate and i did it. I had time that;s why I played carefully and I succeed

  • 10 months ago · Quote · #24

    salatoy

    montemaur wrote:

    He was probably mad you didn't resign, but he upped the ante by going for that fourth queen.  Two queens (with a rook on the board) or even a third queen is enough to rub it in.  He got what he deserved with that fourth queen.

    Yes he thought that he deserved that forth queen but even with that queen he didn't succeed and do the mate


Back to Top

Post your reply: