|Mar-11-08|| ||ahmadov: Thanks to my opponent for uploading this game... Some good engine analysis can be found on my forum...|
|Mar-11-08|| ||hovik2003: <ahmadov>
I think your 8...c6(instead of ...d6) and its followup 9...Nc7 wasn't a good deffensive idea.
Even after this combination 10...Qh4 instead of 10...Qd8 is much better to leave some breathing room for the king and some prospect of activity for your queen.
|Mar-11-08|| ||ahmadov: <hovik2003> I think my major mistake was that I thought I was winning after capturing the N no matter what my opponent plays. There are 7 games on this database with this opening, six of which end with Black win...|
8...c6 looked to me a natural move to give a space to my N, while I played 10...Qd8 to give my queen a secure place on the back rank. I thought about Qh4, but I was afraid that the lady could be easily trapped if I had played that...
|Mar-11-08|| ||ahmadov: I hoped to win like this :-)
Muhlock vs B Kostic, 1912
|Mar-11-08|| ||ahmadov: Anyway, this game is one of the most embarrasing for me for the last two or three years... However, it is a good one to learn from...|
|Mar-11-08|| ||ahmadov: The only game in this database with similar opening in which White wins... This White win with pawn attacks on the Queen
reminds the game I played
F Palmiotto vs R Hirsch, 1988
|Mar-11-08|| ||whiteshark: Black should have looked at User: ahmadov for <THE 101 MOST IMPORTANT CHESS CONCEPTS>. They are very helpful words of advice! :D|
|Mar-12-08|| ||ahmadov: <whiteshark: Black should have looked at User: ahmadov for <THE 101 MOST IMPORTANT CHESS CONCEPTS>. They are very helpful words of advice! :D> That is exactly what I was thinking about when looking at this game :-)|
|May-26-08|| ||brankat: ??? :-) But, You'll learn from this and do better next time around.|
|Aug-07-08|| ||penguin496: Isn't 7..QXe4 forced else black is down a pawn with no compensation?|
|Aug-07-08|| ||Shams: <penguin496> psst-- count the pieces :)|
|Aug-08-08|| ||ahmadov: <penguin496: Isn't 7..QXe4 forced else black is down a pawn with no compensation?> Then white would play 8.Re1 and win a Knight, but maybe that would be better than what happened in the game...|
|Aug-08-08|| ||ravel5184: Hey! It's the "Oh My God!" trap!|
|Aug-08-08|| ||ahmadov: <ravel5184: Hey! It's the "Oh My God!" trap!> Yes, this is how it is called... But it did not work in this game... ;-)|
|Oct-02-08|| ||penguin496: 7...Qe4 8.Re1 Qc6 saves the knight.|
|Oct-02-08|| ||SwitchingQuylthulg: <penguin496> After 9.Qd3 there's no defense against 10.d5, as 9...d5 10.Bb5 pins the queen...|
|Mar-16-11|| ||WhiteRook48: this is an important trap, but black still has to play carefully in this opening... white can get some dangerous attacking chances|