I was at a loss for what to do. I was up in material and messed up all of white's pawns. However, white had all of the pieces pointed at my king while mine were an uncoordinated mess. White was at a loss too and ran out of time. I celebrated with steamed lotus seed buns! food
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As soon as I move my bishop, my opponent has to be a baby and offer a draw then ask for a take back. After I decline both, he/she rage quits. The previous game, I lost badly to this person and he/she wanted a rematch and this game was the rematch. Why only play against people you can beat? How will you improve? After the game, I enjoyed a steamed pork and vegetable bun! #chess #food
After a series of rapid trades, black did not notice my queen was pointed right at black's rook. Black took my knight and I got a free rook. Black did what I used to be guilty of, which I call the Video Game Mode. It is not a real term but I use that term when I kept thinking this was a video game that required an immediate response. I would forget that this game can be slowed down and I was allowed to think over my options. My knight had no safe squares if black moved the rook. I would have to