I'm so proud that i feel the need to brag here !
It was yesterday, OTB in league competition.
I had black against this very experienced bulgarian GM (and famous trainer in france), played a strange gambit to get him off his plans, and proposed draw at move 23, with a comfortable advance on the clock (40 min vs 15), and a sound position (rybka even gives a slight plus for black but it's completely even)
Now if i was honest i would say that he's not only experienced, but quite old (72 years old), his rating being far from the usual GM rating (2260).
I would also talk about the ugly series of draw and losses to players 200 points below mine last year (i dropped 50 points! now rated 2040)
But strangely i feel i'm not the only one who prefers to show his success than his defeats!
I've already drawn and even beaten higher rated players back when i was in good shape, but the GM title makes it special, and i was especially happy to see when analysing with rybka that i made no real mistake !
The only move it doesn't like is my initial (and improvised) gambit, on move 4 giving +0.5 for white. After that, ALL the 19 following moves up to the end are the top 2 or 3 computer choices !
I told you i would be bragging ! This is clearly an exception, my normal play is more blunders and ugly anti-positionnal moves
So here it is, and you can use this thread to post your "flawless" games ( By flawless i don't mean perfect, but without obvious mistakes )
(edit to correct the pgn)