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|May-14-06|| ||Pepsi9a: |
[Fics Free Chess Server]
[Event "Blitz Game"]
[ECO "oft "]
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Bg5 Be7 4.Nf3 d5 5.c5 Nc6 6.a3 O-O 7.Bxf6 Bxf6 8.e3 e5 9.Bb5 Bd7 10.Bxc6 Bxc6 11.O-O e4 12.Nfd2 Be7 13.b4 f5
14.Nc3 f4 15.b5 Be8 16.Qb3 c6 17.b6 a6 18.h3 f3 19.g3 Qd7 20.Kh2 Rf6 21.Rg1 Rh6 22.g4 Bh4 23.Raf1 Qe6 24.Ndxe4 dxe4 25.Qc2 Bg6
26.Rd1 Rd8 27.a4 Bg5 28.Rdf1 Rh4 29.Rg3 h5 30.Rfg1 hxg4 31.Nd1 Bf5 32.Nb2 Kf7 33.Nc4 Qh6 34.Ne5+ Kf6 35.Nxg4+ Bxg4 36.Rh1 Bf5
37.Kg1 Rh8 38.Kf1 Bxh3+ 39.Ke1 Kf5 40.Qc4 Qe6 41.Rxg5+ Kxg5 42.Rg1+ Kf6 43.Qc2 Rg4 44.Rh1 Qf5 45.Kd2 Rg2 46.Kc3 Qe6 47.a5 Qd5 (black wins on time).
I wish that my opponents clock didn't run out in this game!
After 47.Qd5 if he replied 48.Rc1 Be6 49.Kb4 Rxf2 50.Qc3 Rhh2 51.Rb1 Rc2
52.Qb3 Rc4+ 53.Ka3 Rc3 54.Qxc3 Qa2+ 55.Kb4 Qxb1+ 56.Qb2 Rxb2+
57.Ka3 Qa2 mates
Or faster would have been:
47.Qd5 he replies 48.Rb1 Be6 49.Kb4 Rxf2 50.Qc3 Rhh2 51.Qb3 Rf1
52.Qxd5 Rxb1+ 53.Kc3 cxd5 54.c6 Rbb2 55.cxb7 Rhc2+ mates.
47.Qd5 and say he replies 48.Rf1 Be6 49.Kb4 Rhh2 50.Rb1 Rxf2 51.Qb3 Rf1
52.Qxd5 Rxb1+ 53.Kc3 cxd5 54.c6 Rbb2 55.cxb7 Rhc2 mates
|May-14-06|| ||Pepsi9a: <Nice game! You won't see 1. g4 often, and you really won't see 2. f3?! ever. Consider the immediate 3 ... Qh4+ forcing 4. Ke2>|
Your right :( I should have checked but I resisted that because I thought it would better to bring out my pieces first then go after him in a coordinated way with my stuff.... stickler for chess principles.
<Try annotating your own games (wins and losses) to improve. =)>
I'll work on that I've been dividing my time replaying games from books, doing the problems on the tactics server and the on trainingbot on ICC
and playing games.
|May-15-06|| ||samikd: Hey, <chessgames.com> and beer drinkers...is there a 'game of the day archive' maintained in this site ? I saw this Fischer 'game of the day' last week or sometime, where he beat a simul player with his pet Bc4 Fischer-Sozin attack. I can't find it any more. Can someone link me to the game ? thanks..|
|May-15-06|| ||jamesmaskell: <samikd> Check out your personal forum. There is an archive. Fischer was May 10th.|
|May-16-06|| ||Sneaky: <<< 7000th post >>>|
I'll have a Double Diamond draught, please.
|May-16-06|| ||technical draw: Great, Sneaky! Congrats!|
|May-16-06|| ||iron maiden: Congratulations, <Sneaky>! Sometime this year I'll probably be hitting 7,000 too.|
|May-18-06|| ||Pepsi9a: |
[Event "friendly game"]
1. e4 e5 2. f4 d6 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. Bb5 Bd7 5. Bxc6 Bxc6 6. Nc3 exf4 7. d4
d5 8. e5 Bb4 9. Bd2 Ne7 10. O-O O-O 11. Ne2 Bxd2 12. Qxd2 Ng6 13. c3 Bb5 14.
Rfe1 c6 15. Nxf4 f6 16. e6 Ne7 17. Qe3 Qd6 18. Nh5 Nf5 19. Qf4 Qxf4 20. Nxf4 Rfe8
21. g4 Ne7 22. g5 fxg5 23. Nxg5 Rf8 24. Nf7 Nf5 25. Re5 Nh4 26. Kf2 Ng6 27.
Nxg6 hxg6 28. Rg1 Kh7 29. Ke3 c5 30. Rg4 Rxf7 31. exf7 g5 32. Rexg5 Kh6 33. Rg6+
Kh5 34. Rxg7 Bd7 35. R4g5+ Kh6 36. R7g6+ Kh7 37. Rg8 Rxg8 38. fxg8=Q+ Kh6 39.
30.Rg4 Rxf7 just prolongs the inevitable there was nothing else he could
do to stop the mate attack coming.
|May-19-06|| ||tpstar: <Pepsi9a> Nice game! The King's Gambit Declined with 2 ... d6 often transposes to the Vienna Game, favorable for White. After 4 ... Bd7 look at 5. d4 gaining control of the center, then trading KB & KN for QB & QN and White has a huge lead in space and development. See how the game continuation with 7. d4 d5 8. e5 Bb4 served to close the center and Black nearly equalized. Instead of 11. Ne2 trading Bishops, another plan would be 11. a3 Ba5 (11 ... Bxc3 12. Bxc3 and White has the Two Bishops) 12. b4 Bb6 13. Bxf4 followed by Qd3 & Ng5 exploiting Black's undefended Kingside. Note 15 ... f6? 16. Ne6 wins the exchange, but you did well with the passed Pawn. 21. g4 & 22. g5 was an excellent plan opening lines for your Knights. But after 28. Rg1 Kh7 29. Rg3 is quicker (threat 30. Rh3+ Kg8 31. Rh8#) and this also prevents ... Bd3 trying to defend g6, so 29 ... g5 30. Rexg5 or 29 ... Kg8 30. Rxg6 Bd3 31. Rh5! forces 31 ... Rxf7+ 32. fxg7+ Kxg7 33. Rg3 with a won endgame. Also faster is 33. Rxg7 Rf8/Bd7 34. Rg8 with a mate threat, yet you closed it out just fine. =)|
|May-21-06|| ||schnarre: <tpstar> Good notes mate! In the afore-mentioned Latvian mini-tournament I pulled into the lead with a score of 15 wins to 1 loss, out of 16 games: even though the tourney is 83% finished that concludes my games anyway. Definitely an occasion for a good BEER!!|
|May-21-06|| ||TheAlchemist: <schnarre> congratulations and cheers!|
|May-23-06|| ||Runemaster: 500th post. That leaves me just 14000 or so behind the leader.|
Anyway, I need a drink.
|May-23-06|| ||technical draw: <Runemaster> You're underposted. You have to have at least 1000 posts to drink in this pub.|
|May-23-06|| ||jamesmaskell: Yeh Runemaster. Go away until youve got your thousand posts. *hick*|
|May-23-06|| ||Runemaster: So I'm underaged - it's nice to be told that again after so many years!|
|May-23-06|| ||jamesmaskell: Yeah, sorry to break it to you like that, but its tough love...|
|May-23-06|| ||dakgootje: Its a hard world living in when you below your 1000th post *evil laugh*|
|May-24-06|| ||technical draw: It's a great day! We can now get Budweiser in Hungary!|
|May-24-06|| ||dakgootje: Okay then here the game versus Fritz (friend mode 136), which as said ended in a KBP vs KN endgame which i won by at last being able to promote my pawn:|
[Event "Friend mode"]
[Black "Fritz 8"]
1. e4 Nf6 2. e5 Nd5 3. c4 Ng4 4. d4 Ng6 4. Bg5 d6 6. c5? dxc5 7. Bc4 Qxd4 8. Qxd4 cxd4 9. Nf3 a6 10. Nxd4 Kd8 11. e6 h5 12. exf7 Ne5 13. Bb3 Bd7 14. 0-0 Nc6 15. Ne2 Kc8 16. Nc3 Nf5 17. Rad1 Nd8 18. Rxd8 Kxd8 19. Rfd1 Nd7 20. Nd4 Bg6 21. Ne6 Kc8 22. Nxf8 Nxf8 23. Bxd7 Kb8 24. h4 b6 25. a4 c6 26. a5 Kb7 27. axb6 Kx6 28. Na4 Ka5 29. Nc5 Ra7 30. Re1 Kb5 31. Na4 c5 32. Re5 Nd7 33. Re3 Rb8 34. Bd6 Bxf7 35. Bxf7 Kxa4 36. Bxb8 Nxb8 37. Bxh5 Rc7 38. Bd1 Ka5 39. Ra3 Kb6 40. Be2 Kb7 41. Rb3 Ka7 42. Bc4 Re7 43. Re3 Rxe3 44. fxe3 Nd7 45. Kf2 Ne5 46. b3 g6 47. Ke2 a5 48. Be6 Kb6 49. Kd2 Kb5 50. Kc3 a4 51. bxa4 Kxa4 52. Bc4 Ka3 53. e3 Ng4 54. Bb5 Ne5 55. g3 Ka2 56. Be8 Kb1 57. h5 gxh5 58. Bxh5 Ka1 59. g4 Nf3 60. Kc4 Nd2 61. Kxc5 Nxe4
Here begins the KBP VS KN
62. Kd4 Ng5 63. Bg6 Kb2 64. Ke3 Kc3 65. Kf4 Nh3 66. Kg3 Ng5 67. Kh4 Ne6 68. Bf5 Nf4 69. g5 Kd4 70. Kg4 Nd5? 71. g6 Nf6 72. Kg5 Ke5 73. g7 Ng8 74. Bc2 Nf6 75. Bb3 Ne4 76. Kg6 Nf6 77. Kf7 Kf5 78. Bd5 Ke5 79. Be4 Ng4 80. Kg6 Nf6 81. Bd3 Ke6 82. Bc4 Ke5 83. Kf7 Kf5 84. Be6 Ke5 85. Bh3 Nd5 86. Nd5 g8Q 87. Ne3 Qg6 1-0
|May-24-06|| ||technical draw: Good game, <dakgootje>, but what does that have to do with beer? Did you have a few after or before the game?|
|May-24-06|| ||jamesmaskell: I passed 2000 posts earlier today...a beer for me! And coz Im generous, Runemaster can have one too. Ill take responsibility for the young kibitzers comments on this page. Hes on his own in the wider world of ChessGames.com though...|
|May-24-06|| ||dakgootje: < technical draw> some before, couple of them during and lots of them after the game ;-)|
dont know why i posted it here... maybe because it was at the same time my 1250th post or something ;-)
Nah dunno, but found it a good place =)
|May-24-06|| ||YouRang: Hello <dakgootje>. I was going to have a look at your game, but I ran into a problem. Black's first 3 moves are knight moves, as follows:|
1. Ng8 -> f6 (that's okay)
2. Nf6 -> d5 (that is okay too)
3. Nd5 -> g4 (it's not okay to jump over the e and f files in a single bound)
Unless of course, it's SUPERKNIGHT! ;-)
|May-24-06|| ||dakgootje: sorry, that has to be f4 (else it couldnt go to g6 either ;-)|
Tried to paste the position here right out of fritz, but then he also copies the ammount of time spent thinking, so the whole lot becomes terrible confusing, so i had to type it myself... Hope its the only wrong move youll meet ;-)
|May-24-06|| ||YouRang: <Hope its the only wrong move youll meet ;-)>|
I figured it should have been Nf4, so I tried to fix it. But then I ran into other problems. For instance, Black's 14th move (...Nc6) is ambiguous, since both knights can go there. A move or two later, White had another ambiguous knight move.
I tried guessing which moves were correct, but then ran into some other impossible knight moves.
At last, I decided to punt. :-)
I'm not familiar with Fritz. Is there no option to copy PGN from Fritz without the think times? If nothing else, can you paste your PGN into Fritz, and have it tell you where the invalid moves are?
Let me know if you ever re-post with corrected PGN. Or, just post the FEN position at around move 62. :-)
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