We traded bishops on c6, then I offered a draw because I was tired. Two moves later Daniel hung his queen, but I didn’t notice, and neither did anyone else. LM Brian Wall asked me if I make up my excuses before the game. Well, in chess you obviously aren’t allowed to be tired or believe your opponent’s rating. It’s all your fault for not noticing, even if it’s your opponent’s fault for doing it to begin with. I almost played the correct 27.Rb8, and focused on that in the two post-mortems me and Daniel had.