Hi I’m new and I can’t figure out how to resign?

Ericxxgg
Ericxxgg wrote:
Ericxxgg wrote:
Ericxxgg wrote:
shanshan111 wrote:

You shouldn't resign

 

 

 

 

Ericxxgg
Ericxxgg wrote:
Ericxxgg wrote:
Ericxxgg wrote:
Ericxxgg wrote:
shanshan111 wrote:

You shouldn't resign

 

 

 

 

 

Ericxxgg
physics_girl wrote:
Hermione2008 wrote:
physics_girl wrote:

Really, you shouldn't resign ever. You should (especially when you are new), play it out to the bitter end.

 

Unless you're 1500+ (and really not even then), you should play it out. It's hard for bad players to play well consistently and oftentimes major mistakes in the endgame occur!

 

1500+ OTB or online?

 

I don't play IRL.

 

Ericxxgg
Ericxxgg wrote:
physics_girl wrote:
Hermione2008 wrote:
physics_girl wrote:

Really, you shouldn't resign ever. You should (especially when you are new), play it out to the bitter end.

 

Unless you're 1500+ (and really not even then), you should play it out. It's hard for bad players to play well consistently and oftentimes major mistakes in the endgame occur!

 

1500+ OTB or online?

 

I don't play IRL.

 

 

Ericxxgg

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AyushMChessMator
RedGirlZ wrote:

Resigning two pawns down isn't logical. That's not enough material to be game deciding especially at ur rating. But regardless that's not the topic here. 

I've seen that when people are losing their games, they start to give up and play worse. Chess is a psychological game, and this does occur. Two pawns might be too much if you're losing positionally as well as in material. 

I agree that two pawns isn't enough to resign, especially if I have some level of compensation. A piece down in the opening is where I would resign.

And for beginners, we always have stalemate.

IMRonilm1204
AyushMChessMator wrote:
RedGirlZ wrote:

Resigning two pawns down isn't logical. That's not enough material to be game deciding especially at ur rating. But regardless that's not the topic here. 

I've seen that when people are losing their games, they start to give up and play worse. Chess is a psychological game, and this does occur. Two pawns might be too much if you're losing positionally as well as in material. 

I agree that two pawns isn't enough to resign, especially if I have some level of compensation. A piece down in the opening is where I would re

And for beginners, we always have stalemate.

Yeah. And this

aonach

I see reasons for both dependent on stage of game and opponent

physics_girl

for real, 90% of players <1600 cannot win with a pawn advantage, play it out and see what happens.

Savage47

Show your opponent your middle finger, turn around and walk off