|Mar-27-06|| ||tpstar: caknight-tpstar (GameKnot 3/25/06) [Fritz 7]: 1. e4 e5 2. f4 ef 3. Nf3 d6 4. d4 g5 5. h4 g4 6. Ng1 Bh6 7. Nc3 c6 8. Nge2 Qf6 9. g3 f3 10. Nf4 [last book move] Bg7 11. Nh5? [11. Be3 h5 =] Qxd4 [11 ... f2+ 12. Kd2 Qh6+ 13. Nf4 Bxd4 ] 12. Nxg7+ Qxg7 13. Qxd6 Nd7 14. Bf4 Ne7 (14 ... Qf6!?) 15. 0-0-0 h5 [15 ... Ng6!? =] 16. Nb5 [ ] cxb5 17. Bxb5 Nc6 18. Bxc6 bxc6 19. Qxc6 0-0 20. Qxa8 and White won (1-0).|
Egads, my first attempt with 10 ... Bg7 goes down in flames King's Gambit Accepted (C34), but at least Fritz agreed with 11. Be3 h5 [=] next time around. And for the record, it was g/10. =) But the Qd6 really bothered me, then 16. Nb5! was very strong. I missed how my Ra8 couldn't go to b8 due to the Bf4, so I lost a piece.
|Mar-28-06|| ||IMlday: <tpstar> After 10..Bg7 11.Be3 h5 Fritz may consider it equal, but what is Black going to do with his King? White's game is relatively easy to play, e.g. Castle, develop the pieces, aim for an e4-e5 break even if a gambit. Black's decisions are much more difficult; e.g. he lacks space for his 4 minor pieces; he must be able to defend against recurring e4-e5 gambits that White may or may not play.
For silicon it may seem 'equal', but for carbon-based life forms with a practical time limit, Black already looks toasted to me. It would be an interesting line for a correspondence thematic tournament.|
|Mar-28-06|| ||CaKnight: In John Nunn's book NCO, he gives 10.Nf4 Qe7 (10...Ne7? 11.e5! dxed 12.Ne4 Qg7 13.Nh5) 11.Bd3 (11.Kf2!?) 11...f5 (11...Bg7 12.Be3 h5 13.Qd2 Nd7 14.0-0-0 Nf8 15.Rhe1 Gallagher-S.Jackson, British Ch 1988) 12.Kf2 Bg7 13.Be3 fxe4 14.Nxe4 Gallagher-Chess Genius, Zurich simul 1995.
My intent with 11.Nh5 was to open the d-file aiming for the weak d6 square.
I felt 13...Be6 was better for black.
After 11.Be3 h5 I didn't like the prospects of 0-0 & black controling the a1-h8 diagonal.
|Mar-28-06|| ||IMlday: Day-Morovic, Canada-Chile, Buenos Aires Olymipics, 1978 went:
(10.Nf4 Qe7 11.Kf2) Nd7 12.Bc4 b5 13.Bxb5 Bxf4 14.Bxf4 cxb5 15.Nxb5 Ngf6 16.Nxd6+ Kd8 17.Re1 Nh5 18.Nf5 Qb4 19.Bd6 Qxb2 20.Rb1 Qxa2 21.Qd2 Nhf6 22.Qc3 Rg8 23.Ra1 Qe6 24.d5 1-0|
|Apr-08-06|| ||tpstar: |
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Fritz 7 Deep Position Analysis [20MB]:
10. Nf4 Bg7 11. Be3 h5
1) 12. Qd2
a) 12 ... Qd8 13. 0-0-0 b5 14. Bd3 Ne7 15. Rhe1 = [-0.12/12]
b) 12 ... Qd8 13. Bf2 Nd7 14. 0-0-0 b5 15. e5 = [-0.19/12]
c) 12 .. Nd7 13. 0-0-0 Qe7 14. Re1 Qd8 15. Bd3 = [0.00/12]
d) 12 ... Qe7 13. Bf2 b5 14. 0-0-0 b4 15. Na4 = [0.16/13]
2) 12. Qd3
a) 12 ... Qd8 13. 0-0-0 Nd7 14. Kb1 Ne7 15. Rh2 = [-0.12/13]
b) 12 ... Qe7 13. Bf2 b6 14. Qc4 b5 15. Qb3 [-0.28/13]
c) 12 ... Nd7 13. 0-0-0 Qe7 14. Bf2 Ngf6 15. Re1 [-0.41/13]
3) 12. Bd3
a) 12 ... Nd7 13. Qd2 Qd8 14. Qf2 Qa5 15. 0-0 [-0.28/13]
b) 12 ... Qe7 13. Qd2 Nf6 14. Bf2 0-0 15. 0-0-0 [-0.31/14]
c) 12 ... Qd8 13. Qd2 Nd7 14. 0-0-0 Ngf6 15. Qf2 [-0.34/12]
|Nov-19-06|| ||tpstar: Davidovich-Palmer (Kalamazoo g/5 9/4/06): We were as one babe (1. e4 e5), for a moment in time (2. f4 ef)/And it seemed everlasting (3. Nf3 d6), that you would always be mine (4. d4 g5)/Now you want to be free (5. h4 g4), so I'm letting you fly (6. Ng1 Bh6)/'Cause I know in my heart babe (7. Ne2 Qf6), our love will never die [last book move], no (8. g3 f3)/You'll always be a part of me (9. Nf4 Bg7), I'm part of you indefinitely (10. Be3 h5)/Don't you know you can't escape me (11. Nc3 c6), ooh darling (12. Kf2 Ne7) 'cause you'll always be my baby [12 ... Qe7 13. a4 ]/And we'll linger on (13. Bd3 Ng6) [ ], time can't erase a feeling this strong (14. e5 de)/No way you're ever gonna shake me (15. Nxg6 fxg6), ooh darling (16. de Qe6) 'cause you'll always be my baby [16 ... Qxe5?? 17. Bxg6+ Ke7 18. Re1 ]/I know (17. Re1 0-0) that you'll be back boy (18. Bg5 Nd7), when your days and your nights (19. Re4 b5) get a little bit colder (20. Qd2 a6), oh-oo-oh (21. Qe3 Bb7)/I know that (22. Re1 c5), you'll be right back babe (23. Bf4 c4), oh (24. Bf1 Bxe4)/Baby believe me (25. Nxe4 Rae8), it's only a matter of time (& Black won), time (0-1) - Mariah Carey + Fritz 7, "Always Be My Baby"|
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|Nov-19-06|| ||Landman: LOL @ tpstar|
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