When I realsied it was you who had picked up my challenge I toyed with
the idea of allowing you a quick mate just to be famous in a thread.
I realised right away my Nf3+ was a blunder and whilst wating for you to
take my Knight I then also saw f3 which wins. (I think I pm'd you this).
Then you resigned!
Think this may explain why you should not look into anything sinister
in a blitz game. Anything can happen.
You lost because you trusted me thinking that anyone with high numbers
does not screw up. Ignore the numbers they mean nothing.
This is important as you do appear to have so much faith in the grade
as a real measure of someone's playing ability.
(look at the time of the message - 5 o'clock in the morning - I'm not at my
best at that time).
Look at their moves. Forget the numbers.
Before your game I lost to greenpiece (960) I saw the name thought it
would be fun for greenpawn to play greenpiece so pick up his challenge.
Halfway through I realised it was one of those add on 10 secs a move.
I hate those. The lad was winning so just said 'good game' and resigned.
One last thing. You probably did not mean anything by it.
Call me scumbag, patzer, idiot, nutcase or jammy swine. I don't mind.
But don't call me a Master. I have never claimed to be one, I have not earned
that title and it is an insult to the players who have. You are forgiven.
Just saw my PM - I did tell you I missed 18...f3.
Our game was silly. My 19.....Nf3+?? was a bluff, you can just take the Knight.
I should have played 18...f3 - Blitz chess at 5 am is bad for me. "