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B Hesler vs V Sejdini
Redcar Open (1995), rd 3
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit (C28)  ·  1-0

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Feb-11-05  beenthere240: This is an instructive score for people who don't believe in resigning a lost game. It reminds me of playing chess as a kid when you'd get about 4 queens and torture your opponent, who didn't yet know that resignation was a sensible and honorable choice.
Feb-11-05  me to play: I'm wondering why this game is even in the data base...unless it's to serve as an example of what <beenthere240> has stated. Not much else to learn here!
Aug-06-06  Greginctw: this is probably the worst played game ive seen here.
Aug-06-06  Karpova: even worse than internet blitz against some 900 guy
Jun-26-07  alayo: It is also an instructive game for those who rely on game statistics for assessment of openings. Those game data do not include factors such as the weakness of the players of the losing side. It is apparent that just about any opening system would defeat a weaker opponent, especially one who plays as badly as this fellow over here.
Dec-29-07  pawnofdoom: I've beaten an 1800 with this opening trap on FICS. I wouldn't have resigned if I were black. Who knows, there might be a chance of stalemate in the end. It's always fun to frustrate your opponent when you don't resign.
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