It can be, especially if you have been nursing a loss for a long time
and then suddenly put a trick out of the hat.
I like messing about with postions and saw the perpetual pattern Queen on
the 3rd rank, King trapped on the first with h3 blocked by a Rook.
The fact Black refuse both Rooks makes it humerous.
Beware though, if you get the chance to snatch a game from the fire,
do not get greedy.
C.Wilman - G.Chandler
, Bells v Dragons 2005.
White is Carey Wilman the Scottish Internationl player and I was on the ropes.
Then I had a chance to pull of this perpetual which infact I was playing for.
(another tip, never change horses in mid-stream.)
Qd1+ and Qg4+ perpetual.
But no, suddenly I decided I could win this.
I shunned the perpetual and went for the win.