Originally posted by Dragon FireI don't think I've done it on here, but I do it a lot in bullet games (Which I've stopped playing). It's generally a major annoyance, and happens a lot when my computer lags up. :/
In Game 2573547 I intended playing 44. Rf2 with (I thought) an easy win, but I dropped the Rook on f3 by mistake and hit the submit button. Even sent an in game message about stopping him doubling Rooks on the 7th. Didn't notice until I got his reply and suddenly an "easy" win has become very problematical.
No comments on the game as still in pr ...[text shortened]... , once throwing away a win to a draw, once when it made no practical difference and now this.
Originally posted by YUG0slavAgreed, as an experiment, I once played as white in a 1 minute game, and once I had my king safe, I repeated the same knight move over and over. I won on time. It's a joke.
I personally don't believe that 1 min bullet games help improve your game very much
Originally posted by RagnorakYes the winner is the one who moves fastest not the one who plays teh best chess.
Agreed, as an experiment, I once played as white in a 1 minute game, and once I had my king safe, I repeated the same knight move over and over. I won on time. It's a joke.
Originally posted by YUG0slavI'm still mad that you've chosen the username "Yugoslav" but refuse to play the most respected Yugoslav from the black side.
I don't bullet, and I rarely blitz. In fact, I rarely do anything under 10/5 on uchess and 15/0 on fics