Perpetual check is cowardly?
No, it is not ratman11581. It's a rule of chess. How interesting when the person claiming perpetual check is cowardly is the one who in a winning position allows one to occur. It seems to me like he doesn't understand the game, or his position. Even funnier when he calls me a chicken because of it. So now I am a chicken for capitalizing on your mistake when I am in a losing position? If I apply that same logic to capturing a hanging piece after a fatal blunder does it make me mean or rude? If you want to play chess, then don't complain when someone plays by the rules. Otherwise, go play Bughouse or something. At least I'm not cheating.