Obvious blunder possible move back


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Marius Zubac    (2007-08-13)
Obvious blunder possible move back?

I confused my game with Kuhne with the one against Aigner. Is it possible to get the move back?

Garvin Gray    (2007-08-13 20:51:37)


Thibault de Vassal    (2007-08-13 21:00:29)

That's definitely the main fear of correspondence chess players :/ .. and a part of the game. One should always verify a move twice at least...

No move can be taken back, it would be unfair to all players who resigned games before, sorry about that :(

Wayne Lowrance    (2007-08-13 23:40:48)
Obvious blunder

I always feel bad for a player who has done this. In my many years of playing CC I have done this on rare occasion. I remember a game in particuliar. I was playing this very excellent player (2300+) but very very arrogant. I had an easy but complicated clearly won end game. I copied the wrong move and resigned immediately. My Arrogant opponent as it turns out offered a take back, which was within the sites rules. But I declined telling him to me it is the same thing as "touch Move" in OTB chess. So my friend I know your feeling, I think we have all touched this base somewhere along the line. Wayne

Thibault de Vassal    (2007-08-14 00:20:14)

You said it all...

Mladen Jankovic    (2007-08-14 14:06:49)
I've done worse in the past

I've made some stupid moves that I knew that were stupid, but forgot why. And the worst thing I did was resigning during an opening that was actually to my advantage.