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  Coaching request..Please annotate this game

doctork



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United States
Thu Aug 9 2007 10:30PM | MsgID: 7373353


Joe - I put together some notes re: your annotation request. Yes, ...b6 was bad
;-) but you realized it probably even during the game. Your opponent blundered twice after that - the last one Qf3?? being fatal. Your ...Rb8 was a good idea. You should have followed through with ...a6 and ...b5 undermining his center. As I indicated in the notes, it's a good idea in general to keep d7 available for your knights. Quite often maneuvers like Nf6-d7-c5 (or e5) unmasking your Bg7 are useful - Mike



JOEY-L



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Tue Aug 10 2004 3:16AM | MsgID: 894938


A game has been requested for annotation. Please refer to the Latest annotation requests by members for details
The perspective requested for annotations/comments: I think I was lucky to win. 13.... b6 weakened the c6 square to my ruin. After 21. f4, the only real hope for counterplay was to sac the knight for 2 pawns and let my rooks operate on the open c-file. Instead of closing the file with the very natural 23.Nc6, my opponents Ne4 again gave me a slim hope. The final question is after my zwischen-zug 26...Rxe4, Qf3 loses. Rather I believe 27. Qxe4 Rc2+ 28. Qxc2 Qxc2+ is better, with the retaking of the N on e5 no done deal as whites passed d-pawn & 2 rooks vs Q leave a very tricky finish. It was a neat tactical game, any further insights by those better at deep analysis would be much appreciated.

Joey-L

If you just want to make quick comments on the game or existing annotations, here is the game in question

[Event "www.ChessWorld.net server game"]
[Site "www.ChessWorld.net "]
[Date "2004.8.5 "]
[Round "NA"]
[White "Kelticdogsofwar"]
[Black "JOEY-L"]
[Result "0-1"]
[Board "534747"]

1. c2-c4 c7-c5 2. Nb1-c3 g7-g6 3. g2-g3 Bf8-g7 4. Bf1-g2 Ng8-f6 5. e2-e3 O-O 6. Ng1-e2 d7-d6 7. d2-d4 cxd4 8. exd4 Nb8-c6 9. O-O Bc8-g4 10. Rf1-e1 Ra8-b8 11. d4-d5 Nc6-e5 12. b2-b3 Bg4-f3 13. Qd1-d4 b7-b6 14. Bc1-f4 Nf6-g4 15. Bf4xe5 Ng4xe5 16. Qd4-e3 Bf3xg2 17. Kg1xg2 Qd8-d7 18. Ra1-d1 Rf8-c8 19. Ne2-d4 Rb8-b7 20. h2-h3 Rb7-c7 21. f2-f4 Ne5xc4 22. bxc4 Rc7xc4 23. Nc3-e4 e7-e5 24. fxe5 Bg7xe5 25. Nd4-f3 Qd7-f5 26. Nf3xe5 Rc4xe4 27. Qe3-f3 Rc8-c2 28. Kg2-g1 Re4xe5 29. Qf3xf5 Re5xf5 0-1