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NEW ARTICLE: It’s Never Too Late to Resign
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Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 1 year ago

Hi guys, today I blundered my queen but my opponent sidn't see it. He continued with the game... Until today, I resigned immediately when I made a blunder :) But now I know that I must wait. Notice that I was playing bullet and I am 1900.
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Steven Anderson

Steven Anderson 1 year ago

Garry Kasparov made a similar mistake in Game 2 of his 1997 match against Deep Blue. He resigned right after Deep Blue made a blunder that allowed him a draw by perpetual check. He was so trusting of the machine's ability to calculate that he did not even bother to look for a perpetual check.
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Steven Anderson

Steven Anderson 1 year ago

There have been several times when my opponent resigned and I had to turn on the engine to find out why!
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GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 1 year ago

Haha :))) 
Dragan Burić

Dragan Burić 1 year ago

Missed mate in 1#

Giorgos Kechagias

Giorgos Kechagias 1 year ago

Personally I could not miss it
Steven Anderson

Steven Anderson 1 year ago

I really wanted to resign today when I saw my opponent had a mate-in-1. I kept playing, and ended up flagging him in a drawn position.


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Ovi S

Ovi S 1 year ago

Also happened to me many times, sometimes I wait and sometimes I don't...Now I'll ALWAYS wait!!
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Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 1 year ago

Great article.
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