Originally posted by robbie carrobie
I posted extensive analysis, in about nineteen games, he had NO blunders and less than a handful of inaccuracies, now, humans don't play chess like that, we make mistakes.
Played me three times, I suspected what he was up to after the first game but I was happy to play on to confirm my suspicions even though I knew he would probably win. Not a single error in his games, none. I smelt a rat when he started chatting and it was clear I was dealing with an imbecile.
He had nothing to say on the game but plenty to say when I massaged his ego by telling him how good he was, he seemed to like that but was happy to taunt me when I made a mistake.
If he was as good a player as he appeared he would have been telling me 2 or 3 moves in advance that a checkmate was pending, needless to say no such infor was ever forthcoming, likewise when I was clearly in a bad position after about 17 moves and I therefore resigned, he appeared not to know why, even though a cursory glance by any decent player would have shown that my goose was cooked.