For the second week running Paul Ince was left to reflect on a missed opportunity, after his side failed to build on a positive first-half performance at Burnley.
The Seasiders fought back from an early set back when Craig Cathcart equalised, but conceded straight after the break and failed to respond for a second time.
It means Blackpool have now lost their last four games, leaving Ince frustrated at full time.
"In the first half I thought we were outstanding and thoroughly deserved our equaliser. From then I thought we were going to get another," said Ince.
"At half time I told the lads they'd been fantastic, and can we have more of the same?
"I felt comfortable going out for the second half, so to concede a goal after a minute is madness.
"We've been doing things in halves and you have to do the basics right."
Pool squandered a number of presentable opporunities, which disappointed Ince, who'd called on his side to do the basics right pre-match.
"We do it on the traning pitch, but it's about the pressure moment when chances fall to you.
"We took seven or eight minutes to get into the game and by then we were 1-0 down. Danny Ings is on the edge of the box and somebody needs to be marking him, because he is there for a reason.
"I feel for the lads though, they put a shift in and teams aren't cutting us open, but it was a chance for us today," said Ince.