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pubs r us
Member since Mar-06-05 · Last seen Aug-08-06
Hi, I like good beer and knight forks.

I'm including below a game played in april/05 that includes a king walk. Unfortunately, my opponent played inaccurately in response - giving away tempi and creating his passed pawn on h rather than g just to hold onto a meaningless pin (better still would have been to create the connected passed pair). He then found himself in severe time trouble around move 48.

Still, I enjoyed the opportunity to put my monarch on offense and I found the position after 36 very amusing - with two rooks and a knight on my first rank and my king all alone out there on the 6th. In my opinion I was 'up a king' at this point.

1. e4 c5 2. Ng1-f3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nf3xd4 Nb8-c6 5. Nb1-c3 Nc6xd4 6. Qd1xd4 Ng8-f6 7. Bf1-b5+ Bc8-d7 8. Qd4-a4 a6 9. Bb5xd7+ Qd8xd7 10. Qa4xd7+ Nf6xd7 11. Nc3-d5 Ra8-c8 12. c3 e6 13. Nd5-f4 g6 14. o-o Bf8-h6 15. Nf4-e2 Bh6-g7 16. Ne2-g3 Nd7-e5 17. Rf1-d1 Rc8-d8 18. h3 o-o 19. Bc1-g5 f6 20. Bg5-e3 Ne5-c4 21. Ra1-b1 Nc4xe3 22. fxe3 Bg7-h6 23. Kg1-f2 f5 24. exf5 exf5 25. Ng3-f1 f4 26. exf4 Rf8xf4+ 27. Kf2-g3 Rf4-e4 28. Kg3-f3 Re4-f4+ 29. Kf3-g3 Rf4-e4 30. Kg3-f3 Re4-f4+ 31. Kf3-e2 Rd8-e8+ 32. Ke2-d3 Rf4-f2 33. g4 Bh6-g5 34. Kd3-c4 b5+ 35. Kc4-d5 Re8-d8 36. Kd5-c6 Rf2-f3 37. Rd1xd6 Rd8xd6+ 38. Kc6xd6 Rf3xh3 39. Kd6-c6 Rh3-h1 40. Kc6-b6 h5 41. gxh5 gxh5 42. Kb6xa6 b4 43. cxb4 Bg5-d8 44. b5 h4 45. b6 d8xb6 46. Ka6xb6 Kg8-g7 47. Rb1-d1 h3 48. a4 Rh1-g1 49. b4 h2 50. Rd1-d7+ Kg7-g6 51. Nf1xh2 Rg1-h1 52. Nh2-f3 Rh1-h8 53. a5 Rh8-h3 54. Nf3-e5+ Kg6-f5 55. Ne5-c6 Kf5-e6 56. Rd7-g7 Ke6-f6 57. Rg7-g2 Kf6-e6 58. Rg2-a2 Rh3-b3 59. b5 Rb3xb5+ 60. Kb6xb5 Ke6-d7 61. a6 Kd7-c7 62. a7 (1-0)


   pubs r us has kibitzed 78 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-05-05 J Houska vs G Koskoska, 2005 (replies)
 
pubs r us: I saw the rule of combinations given in "How to Reassess Your Chess". IMO, there should be a fourth rule having to do with discovered attacks.
 
   Jun-22-05 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
pubs r us: <using computers> I didn't read through all the comments so sorry if I duplicate. I don't see anything inherently wrong with using them. However, their use should be made clear and agreed to beforehand. To do otherwise is unethical. This is true of any aid. For instance, it ...
 
   Jun-03-05 Beer (replies)
 
pubs r us: <akavali> Where to begin with this question. The reasons for climate change are many and varied. Frankly, I don't know the answer to your question about the tilt of the earth's axis. But I would be really surprised to find out that there was no tilt. There are many things ...
 
   Jun-02-05 S Tsyndymeev vs K Kalashnikov, 2001 (replies)
 
pubs r us: BTW, today's pun should be "Kalash of the Titans"
 
   May-30-05 Mikhail Tal (replies)
 
pubs r us: <Anyway Mikhail Tal was a great magician> "Watch me turn this pawn into a queen right before your eyes."
 
   May-30-05 Zsuzsa Polgar (replies)
 
pubs r us: I appreciate non-native English speakers posting in English. However, I must say that 'legal treats' is one of the funniest typos I've ever seen.
 
   May-26-05 Dallas 68000 (Computer) (replies)
 
pubs r us: This is right down the road from Transylvania 65000
 
   May-26-05 Lawyer Times (replies)
 
pubs r us: I'm surprised there aren't any games in his collection with Legal's Mate.
 
   May-24-05 Birchbeer (replies)
 
pubs r us: When I was a kid, my folks would take me to the beach and we would drink lots of birch beer. I have since graduated to the good stuff, which can be found here: Beer
 
   May-20-05 Vyzmanavin vs Zhidkov, 1985 (replies)
 
pubs r us: Darn, found the initial move but missed Black's best response.
 
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