I Won! Opponent with VERY HIGH ELO! Strangely High

captaintugwash

Actually I think he played 4... Nc6, because as presented, 4. Ne5 is a blunder since 4... dxe5, but whatever, it was years ago.

bgjettguitar
captaintugwash wrote:
yadder yadder

 OUCH!  That's yet another example of experiencing utter humiliation and an almost unremitting embarrassing that can often last for days, perhaps even years.  WOW!

 

CoffeeAnd420

Yet another one: "YESSSSHHHH! I WON!!". It's a board game and someone looked at a piece of plastic wrong for a split second. If you get your rocks off on that, you need help.

 

Grow up and get up out tha' basement, son!

bgjettguitar
Nicholas166 wrote:

This post should be locked

 

A chess.com staff person messaged me and wanted to secure or as you say, lock, this post so as to memorialise the chicanery and chessmanship to help future GM and IM that will surely desire to study these almost unbelievably peculiar matches.  So, your desire to enshrine and revere this post came to pass.  Maybe the staff saw your request.  Either way, it worked out for all parties included.  

 

bgjettguitar
CoffeeAnd420 wrote:

Yet another one: "YESSSSHHHH! I WON!!". It's a board game and someone looked at a piece of plastic wrong for a split second. If you get your rocks off on that, you need help.

 

What's equally if not more disturbing is your excitably insatiable reaction to his singularly less excited choice to casually post the game - blunder and all.  Why you immediately presume that he very likely got or gets unduly aroused over a mere chess game he posted is rather an orgiastically caprice conclusion.  It makes little sense that after he won, that he would move towards melancholia or embrace slapdash self-loathing.  This whole business of him getting his rocks off on a pressed piece of cardboard is both random and meaningless.  He may well collect rocks or even have a metal detector but I don't want you to begin to loosely associate metal detectors and other collectibles with chess or basements or sonship.  

In sum, What we've got here is failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach. So you get what we had here last week, which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. I don't like it any more than you men.

Captain Wingnut

"Grow up and get up out tha' basement, son!" -CoffeeAnd420

 

apotosaurus
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iusegambits

 

AGW2016

A few times a lifetime is apparently once weekly??????

WalangAlam

I can't remember but exactly how long does one realize that the 4 moves mate or scholar's mate is something that almost everyone knew. Then you move to the fried liver, maybe evans, scotch, danish gambit, well probably the King's gambit and the journey begins.....

Uloola
WalangAlam wrote:

I can't remember but exactly how long does one realize that the 4 moves mate or scholar's mate is something that almost everyone knew. Then you move to the fried liver, maybe evans, scotch, danish gambit, well probably the King's gambit and the journey begins.....

The Scotch is the best!

HorribleTomato
Uloola wrote:
WalangAlam wrote:

I can't remember but exactly how long does one realize that the 4 moves mate or scholar's mate is something that almost everyone knew. Then you move to the fried liver, maybe evans, scotch, danish gambit, well probably the King's gambit and the journey begins.....

The Scotch is the best!

Agreed.

sup_bro

I don't think it was his ELO that was high grin.png

bgjettguitar
destroyer8470 wrote:

you need to put it in watch mode

 

I’m rarely on here enough to put it loop mode

 

destroyer8470

okay