Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?


  • 7 hours ago · Quote · #4901

    DjonniDerevnja

    The biggest upset from a simultan  today.  IM Johan Salomon only is ca 1000 rating above me, but he was able to defeat me. He got an advantage I couldnt defend from move ten.

  • 7 hours ago · Quote · #4902

    mdinnerspace

    vahsek32 wrote:

    actually possible, Harold Dondis beat Bobby Fischer in a simul, although he was an 1800.

    I once beat a I'M. I was 1600. The terms were after every piece or pawn captured, a shot of tequila was taken by the capturing side. Needless to say, I proceeded to lose anything and everything, careful not to be mated. Just before my last piece faced certain death (Obviously the King) poor ole Igor passed out and lost on time.

    Does this count?

  • 3 hours ago · Quote · #4903

    Elubas

    richie_and_oprah wrote:

    Some people would prefer to keep arguing rather than learn and move on in life.

    This is why we have forums?

    Well, talking is fun, a lot of times, isn't it? It's a lot more personal than just indirectly listening to a youtube video or something, there's interaction. Surely, forums aren't aimed for the most 100% accurate learning, and that's quite ok. Sure, I think it's good to research things too, but one can do both. I've looked at academic papers and high level videos on issues like this before, but I also like to discuss things in a more casual setting. It's just human I guess.

  • 93 minutes ago · Quote · #4904

    thekillerlemon

    stop sending me meseges

     

  • 92 minutes ago · Quote · #4905

    thekillerlemon

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  • 31 minutes ago · Quote · #4906

    mdinnerspace

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  • 28 minutes ago · Quote · #4907

    mdinnerspace

    Kinda like a 1300 vs 2700.


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