♡ 58 ( +1 | -1 ) What is your longest game ever?I just played this game today. I offered draw 5 different time during the match and was declined. then my opponent blundered away the draw...very weird game. ;Title: Yahoo! Chess Game ;White: themagic_1 ;Black: qaisn450 ;Date: Mon Mar 31 00:47:44 GMT 2003
♡ 26 ( +1 | -1 ) longest gamewell here on gameknot my longest game was only about 50 something moves but the longest game ever was about 120 moves:) that was on yahoo chess (which i have quit as a result of a lot of cheating). But yeah that was a game to remember.
♡ 23 ( +1 | -1 ) Great game, magic! Actually the longest game EVER, is 269 moves (I. Nikolic - Arsovic, Belgrade 1989) which ended in a draw. I would give the game score, but it would take up too much space :-)
♡ 90 ( +1 | -1 ) can't remember exactly...but i do remember a very long serious one i played from about 3 years ago. i would have been turning seventeen then. it was a very tight game that i played in edmonton, canada -- a game from a large tournament. this game was about 80-90 moves. i played a sicilian defense (i never play sicilian any more for some reason). anyway, i sacrificed a knight in the middlegame for two pawns and a try for an attack. there wasn't much of one there though, really. i was able to get almost even somehow though.... and the endgame was quite a struggle for him, but he was able to win it.
the game was fun. about 5 hours long. and afterwards me and my opponent decided to grab some food at a restaurant near the tournament site. we talked about fun things, and it was nice. it was late then though, so we were both tired, i think......i know i was. but it was a very relaxing, great way to end the day. oooo memories :)
♡ 37 ( +1 | -1 ) wow 269...ouch I don't think I'll be sane after that kicnd of game.
There are a lot of games where the game would be a draw no matter what happen but people think they can win and blunder away their chances. I hope some people might except some draw it doesn't mean that your opponent is trying to cheat you out of a win.
♡ 30 ( +1 | -1 ) one more thing alot of people on yahoo usually change the rated game to unrated when they are losing. It happen alot but I realized that it doesn't matter. You know you play a good game!..... I enjoy playing chess for the chess not for rating. I hope many of you do too.
♡ 24 ( +1 | -1 ) LongestMy longest OTB game that I have recorded is 64 moves. I'm sure other games have gone longer than that, but I don't have the notation because I stopped taking notation with under 5 minutes to play.
♡ 12 ( +1 | -1 ) Last game I completedwas 97 moves against Xerox.
♡ 21 ( +1 | -1 ) I dont recallbut the most beautifull ive played was against onlyapawn. i dont remember all the moves precisely but i remember the feeling ! :)
it shouldve been a draw but i blew it at the end :)
i still love that everlasting feeling :)
♡ 13 ( +1 | -1 ) My longest......was 106 moves. I've also hit 101 moves twice.Those were back in the days when I was still involved in the snakepit of OTB tournaments!
♡ 7 ( +1 | -1 ) My longest gamewas 190 and something moves. I played it at www.Kasparovchess.com, whcih I think is inactive now.
♡ 9 ( +1 | -1 ) I"m not sureBut I know my longest game at gameknot was finished yesterday; about 75 moves. I lost
♡ 51 ( +1 | -1 ) Wow I would think most people would except a draw in certain position where either side have an advantage, instead of playing out till someone makes a blunder. But by your responds I guess it is not the case. I would offer a draw if I am certain a win is not easily obtain unless either side commits a blunder is this wrong or right? even with that said I do tend to look for a winning combination or take risk to win rather then to draw.
♡ 21 ( +1 | -1 ) I did offer a drawAnd he didn't want to because he was ahead by a pawn. They ended up being about five pawns, and he got a queen but I didn't feel like resigning, or it would have finished much earlier.