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  1. 23 Apr '06 02:11
    Isn't it fun when people blunder?

    Game 1991493
  2. 23 Apr '06 02:13
    Originally posted by LanndonKane
    Isn't it fun when people blunder?

    Game 1991493
    It's also funny when you blunder yourself.
  3. 23 Apr '06 02:13
    Originally posted by LanndonKane
    Isn't it fun when people blunder?

    Game 1991493
    I also find it enjoyable when people don't know how to play openings.
  4. 23 Apr '06 02:15
    Originally posted by prosoccer
    I also find it enjoyable when people don't know how to play openings.
    Like me!
  5. 23 Apr '06 02:16
    Originally posted by RahimK
    It's also funny when you blunder yourself.
    Also like me!
  6. 23 Apr '06 03:41
    Everyone makes then now and then. Nothing to laugh about.
  7. 23 Apr '06 05:27
    I have blundered myself into being second to last in a tournament. I did not think it was funny.
  8. Standard member DeepThought
    Losing the Thread
    23 Apr '06 12:28 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by LanndonKane
    Isn't it fun when people blunder?

    Game 1991493
    You shouldn't have given your opponent the chance to blunder: 20. ... Qa1+ 21. Kd2 Qxa2+ 22. Ke1 Qxb3 leaves you miles ahead.
  9. 23 Apr '06 18:46 / 1 edit
    Here's two blunders in one game (by me [move 21 and 28]): Game 1983524

    Thankfully...
  10. 23 Apr '06 18:50
    dont worry, you have still plenty of chances to blunder and lose...
  11. 23 Apr '06 18:57
    /chuckle

    so true!
  12. Standard member wormwood
    If Theres Hell Below
    23 Apr '06 22:36
    here's one from me.

    Game 1889260
  13. Standard member MCA
    TokerSmurf
    24 Apr '06 21:05
    pick your blunder Game 1994177

    dont ask me what was going on in my head during this game - i dont think there is one decent move in the whole game
  14. 24 Apr '06 22:04
    Playing well and losing to a blunder (or several small ones) makes me want to cry.....

    winning because my openant 'forgot' to move the Queen offers no satisfaction what so ever.....


    So no, I don't find it "fun" when I or my openant blunders -- they take the fun out of chess, which means games become rather dull
  15. 24 Apr '06 23:04
    Originally posted by DeepThought
    You shouldn't have given your opponent the chance to blunder: 20. ... Qa1+ 21. Kd2 Qxa2+ 22. Ke1 Qxb3 leaves you miles ahead.
    Hey, ya, that would have been sweet!