As defined by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd in The Meaning of Liff, to aboyne is to beat an expert at a game of skill by playing so appallingly that none of his clever tactics or strategies are of any use to him.
I read that definition this morning and was immediately reminded of the chess game reproduced below. Now, I’m no chess master at the best of times, and particularly not when playing 3 minute blitz. I keep doing that though, which is quite silly because it seems to me you should only play at that speed (if at all) when you’re already extremely good. Playing like that when you’re not good makes you worse. The point being that I’m not making any excuses for my appalling play, triumphant thought it turned out to be. I just thought it was a funny game, worth preserving: