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Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent by being chatty for example (to force him to make a bad move)
  • When you ask for draw many times during a game whereas you are most probably going to lose (to distract your opponent and thus try to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent by being chatty for example (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent by being chatty for example (to force him to make a bad move)
  • When you ask for draw many times during a game whereas you are most probably going to lose (to distract your opponent and thus try to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

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Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent by being chatty for example (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent by being chatty for example (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

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Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When you try to distract your opponent (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

Possible unsporting situations I'm thinking about:

  • When playing bullet games online (1 to 3 minutes per side), you move a single piece many times like 1. Nf3 ... 2. Ng1 ... 3. Nf3 ... 4. Ng1 etc. (to gain some time against your opponent)
  • When you wait to lose by time instead of resigning (to avoid your opponent to play another game and to force him to keep thinking for nothing)
  • When you wait the last minute you have on clock to force mate and win (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing bullet games online, you promote all your pawns to queens to force mate with a big advantage (to apply a psychological pressure to your opponent)
  • When playing games online, you try to distract your opponent (to force him to make a bad move)

All these situations are legal in chess but can be considered as unsporting approaches.

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