@Tommyrot Thank you. My intention was only to find out which game it was, what I'll do is probably just review it fast and close. When I lose a bad game it influences my feeling about an opening, etc. at least for temporarily. If I get crushed in a particular variation or in a particular way, I "remember" it, it gets into your intuition somehow. Well, something like that...
I see that you're a good player, we can play sometime. Cheers
edit: I got a notification just before writing that message, and last week I've got a couple more, but I on't remember exactly when.
Bullet is the time control with the fewest cheaters by far.
of course confirmation of identity is possible also on free websites (one exemple: model-kartei)
AND I and not only me would pay for a chess website without the backdraws of free internet.
look at my post in off-topics: free internet is a nuisance and helps criminals
Since the comment I was replying to seems to be removed, I'll reply to another.
@ProfDrHack It's also one of the easiest to bust them in. Sure, there's software that can allow you to cheat at any time control, but when it's bullet, all of the idiosyncrasies of the common cheater come out. Strange move timings, very deep moves that would take even strong player minutes to work out the nuances of, etc... I think they just don't want to try it anymore.
@diPero You wrote: "... I already did it yesterday in the sarcastic post ' The honest player'."
Link? Where is this post? I want to read it and can't find it.
Edit: Nevermind. I found it (or rather the revised version of it, which you posted) here:
You can't post in the forums yet. Play some games!