1. Standard memberWheely
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    29 May '05 10:45
    Well, maybe I am dumb but I fairly often write my messages to opponents in my notebook by mistake. I have also, twice, messaged my opponent my next few moves by mistake 🙂

    If other people have this problem from time to time, maybe something can be done to separate the two a bit. On the other hand, if it's just me, perhaps surgery might help.
  2. Standard memberXanthosNZ
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    29 May '05 11:00
    Originally posted by Wheely
    Well, maybe I am dumb but I fairly often write my messages to opponents in my notebook by mistake. I have also, twice, messaged my opponent my next few moves by mistake 🙂

    If other people have this problem from time to time, maybe something can be done to separate the two a bit. On the other hand, if it's just me, perhaps surgery might help.
    I use a piece of paper next to my computer to record game notes and ideas (or analysis so I don't reinvent the wheel).
    Have yet to try to send messages to my opponent by writing them out by hand. Or the other way round.
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    29 May '05 13:27
    Originally posted by Wheely
    Well, maybe I am dumb but I fairly often write my messages to opponents in my notebook by mistake. I have also, twice, messaged my opponent my next few moves by mistake 🙂

    If other people have this problem from time to time, maybe something can be done to separate the two a bit. On the other hand, if it's just me, perhaps surgery might help.
    Do'h..!
  4. Standard memberRagnorak
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    29 May '05 18:33
    Originally posted by Wheely
    Well, maybe I am dumb but I fairly often write my messages to opponents in my notebook by mistake. I have also, twice, messaged my opponent my next few moves by mistake 🙂

    If other people have this problem from time to time, maybe something can be done to separate the two a bit. On the other hand, if it's just me, perhaps surgery might help.
    I got this message on black's 18th move in Game 480771

    "if his king and queen stay where they are, next move is Nd6. If takes the "sucker capture, I mate on f2."

    Obviously, I didn't fall for it.

    ; D
  5. Berks.
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    29 May '05 20:21
    He didn't play it either. Must have realised the error.


    And thankfully never having used the notes function, I've never been able to do something similar.
  6. Standard memberark13
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    30 May '05 00:32
    Originally posted by Wheely
    Well, maybe I am dumb but I fairly often write my messages to opponents in my notebook by mistake. I have also, twice, messaged my opponent my next few moves by mistake 🙂

    If other people have this problem from time to time, maybe something can be done to separate the two a bit. On the other hand, if it's just me, perhaps surgery might help.
    I always check to make sure it's in the right box before I send it. I can definitely see this happening.

    I think it would be funny to send fake notes to your opponent illustrating a complicated, and non-sensical plan. Example: Nh3 then Bxc7 and follow with Ng1 regardless of the move. Mate in 17. They may become intimidated.

    Or if you're playing a close friend, to mess with them, you could "accidentally" send a message like this: Man, I knew he was bad, but I didn't think he'd fall for that. Remeber Qe5+ and you win easily.
  7. Standard memberWheely
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    30 May '05 12:56
    Originally posted by ark13
    I always check to make sure it's in the right box before I send it. I can definitely see this happening.

    I think it would be funny to send fake notes to your opponent illustrating a complicated, and non-sensical plan. Example: Nh3 then Bxc7 and follow with Ng1 regardless of the move. Mate in 17. They may become intimidated.

    Or if you're playing a ...[text shortened]... n, I knew he was bad, but I didn't think he'd fall for that. Remeber Qe5+ and you win easily.
    Now THAT would make it all worthwhile 🙂
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    30 May '05 16:31
    Originally posted by Ragnorak
    I got this message on black's 18th move in Game 480771

    "if his king and queen stay where they are, next move is Nd6. If takes the "sucker capture, I mate on f2."

    Obviously, I didn't fall for it.

    ; D
    LMAO. Nice.
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