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conversing with annoying opponents


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #1

    Practicingkid

    I like to talk to my opponents, but..... they can forget themselves when they get worked up... 

    for example:

     

    Peguerox: that happends to dirty players

    Practicingkid: dirty?

    Peguerox: yeah should resign couple moves ago

    Practicingkid: I thought you were going rook e8

    Peguerox: no no

    Practicingkid: you dont resign in bullet

    Practicingkid: ....

    Peguerox: yeah cuz your dirty

    Practicingkid: dirty

    Practicingkid: lol

    Practicingkid: you dont know me very well

    Practicingkid: besides

    Peguerox: yeah i know you your junk

    Practicingkid: that wouldn't be my fault anyway

    Practicingkid: you need to grow up

    Practicingkid: its just a game

    Practicingkid: :)

    Peguerox: for men

    Practicingkid: lol

    Peguerox: not for junk

    Practicingkid: i am I guy

    Practicingkid: you are hilarious

    Practicingkid: keep going

    Practicingkid: you are making my day :)

    Peguerox: i got more time, more pawns and your king is dead

    rmui1: pretty good for a 15 year old

    Peguerox: and you dont resign

    Practicingkid: so?

    Practicingkid: y should I

    rmui1 has left the chat.

    Peguerox: fak yu?

    Practicingkid: in bullet

    Peguerox: because your dead

    Practicingkid: you dont resign

    Peguerox: yeah

    Practicingkid: not in bullet

    Peguerox: who told you that your junk father?

    Practicingkid: father?

    Practicingkid: its common sense

    Peguerox: tell him this is for honorable men

    Practicingkid: lol

    http://cssjs.chesscomfiles.com/images/icons/chess/16_players_2.png); background-position: 0px 50%; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat;">NEW GAME (122201822) - Practicingkid vs.Peguerox (1 0 unrated)

    Peguerox has joined the chat.

    http://cssjs.chesscomfiles.com/images/icons/chess/16_players_2.png); background-position: 0px 50%; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat;">GAME OVER - Practicingkid vs. Peguerox - Practicingkid won by resignation

    http://cssjs.chesscomfiles.com/images/icons/chess/16_players_2.png); background-position: 0px 50%; background-repeat: no-repeat no-repeat;">GAME ANALYSIS - Analyze this game - with your opponent | alone

    Practicingkid: Im going to paste this to my blog

    Practicingkid: this conversation was golden material

    Practicingkid: ty :)

    Peguerox: ok see ya

    Practicingkid: bye bye

    Practicingkid: ;)

    Peguerox has left the chat.

    This conversation was taken during one of my live chess games. I had sent out a seek for-


    1 min, unrated, rating range: 1900-2900

     (I was playing unrated because I have a bad cold and don't want to mess up my rating)

    and I ended up playing a guy named Peguerox who had a bullet rating of 2255. The conversation resulted after this game:

     

    Thats why he got so ticked off about my "dirty playing"... besides, all fair in war anyways. It was his fault for not paying attention. He even ended up winning anyways but still wanted to argue about it. 

    So my question is:

    Does this ever happened to any of you?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #2

    RobertKaucher

    I've had my share of conversations like that. I believe that we all agree to the rules when we sit down at the board and the there are no rules requiring a person to resign a lost game. I also believe that during long games players in lost positions should resign, though. But to badger someone like this shows far less sportsmanship than not resigning - especially in bullet. I get annoyed with the following:

    1. Players who are rude in chat.

    2. Players to offer you draws when they are in clearly lost positions. Especially when they do this repeatedly.

    3. Players who do not resign and force you to mate. If I am put into a position like this and can do it I like to promote so that I only have a knight and bishop and mate that way. The chance to practice this mating pattern is always good.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #3

    mtguy8787

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  • 3 years ago · Quote · #4

    IshVarLan

    Rude people are everywhere .. Just laugh .. It's good therapy

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #5

    Teary_Oberon

    mtguy8787 wrote:
    RobertKaucher wrote:

    3. Players who do not resign and force you to mate.


    Check this turn-based game of mine out (ongoing). I have conditiona moves set for the next 100 moves -- avoiding accidental draws, so I dont have to bother with it. Will see how long he will keep going.

     

     


    Just be cautious about repeating the position three times, because you are already in twice repeated territory on the b-file (once going down the file, once coming back). Go down the b-file again and you will give your opponent a draw.

    As for the OP though, yeah I agree that the kid was very rude. Usually I just do not talk to such ones at all, in the spirit of the old proverb: "Feedest not the trolls"

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #6

    TheKidProdigy

    Ha! you lied to me PracticingKid you said you were 11 (I'm 12) well maybe you lied since on your page it says 1996


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