So I'm playing this game of internet chess today, and I see a chance to take my opponents Queen with my Knight. Of course, my success is dependent on my opponent moving their piece to a certain spot. Many moves in chess are about "baiting" people or setting up certain situations where you can capitalize on the moves your opponents make in reaction to your move. So I move my Knight and sure enough, my opponent makes the move I want them to make. BAM - I put their King in check, and take my opponent's Queen. My opponent resigned, and then said, "I gave you that one". My reply was, "I planned that move". My opponent replied, "It was a mouse slip". And then we went back and forth until finally, I had a chance to play my opponent again, and sure enough, I won again. Since my opponent couldn't blame this one on a mouse slip, my opponent said, "Those were some strange moves. You must have gotten help", To which I replied, "I beat you fair and square in BOTH games". We went back and forth, and I told my opponent to learn to lose with dignity... Isn't that just irritating? Some people like to blame everyone else for their mistakes, and won't take responsibility for their failures. However, some people admit where they went wrong, learn from their mistakes, and keep playing the "GAME" to get better. Don't be a sore loser! Don't blame others for your mistakes! Give credit to where credit is due! If you slip, get back up. When you "lose", admit you got outplayed or made a mistake, and play another game. Whether you win or lose does not matter. What matters is how hard you tried!