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doctordarsh

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Sat Mar 5 2016 7:54PM | MsgID: 18889219


Nice non defended attack ,skill in using bishops then knights in middle game & co-ordination using rooks aid to finish game...:)good combination , are you mathematician or physics teacher..:)







doctordarsh

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Egypt
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Sat Mar 5 2016 7:52PM | edited: 7:56:34 | MsgID: 18889214


Nice non defended attack ,skill in using bishops then knights in middle game & co-ordination using rooks aid to finish game...:)
good combination , are mathematician or physics teacher..:)







rd0rd0

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Mon Oct 25 2010 9:30PM | MsgID: 13675360


Thank you for the insights. I have read and understood them, and will study the game in their light.







notmtwain

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Fri Oct 1 2010 10:10PM | edited: 10:15:02 | MsgID: 13592658


How to avoid the danger your queen was in? It didn't make sense to put it on d5 in the first place since your opponent had an easy answer to your mate threat. You should have continued your development instead with something like Bg7. You should respect your opponent more and not play moves like Qd5 when the obvious and easy answer puts your queen in a vulnerable position.

You were still in the game until you boxed in your bishop by moving your pawn to c6, then retreated your knight to b8 and then opened up the diagonal for your opponents bishop with gxh4. The game was lost at that point.

Could you have won or drawn towards the end? On what basis? You were facing a protected passed pawn and your pieces were tied down to stopping it. There is always the possibility that your opponent will blunder but again, you have to have a little respect for your opponent.







rd0rd0

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Fri Oct 1 2010 6:28PM | MsgID: 13591956


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 wonder if I could have won or at least drawn toward the end; also how I should have avoided the danger that my queen was in at move 14. Also, I wonder if he could have actually won substantial material around and after 14.

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[Event "www.ChessWorld.net server game"]
[Site "www.ChessWorld.net "]
[Date "2010.10.1 "]
[Round "NA"]
[White "Baphomet"]
[Black "rd0rd0"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "1751"]
[BlackElo "1724"]
[Board "7075535"]

1. d2-d4 Ng8-f6 2. Ng1-f3 a7-a6 3. Bc1-f4 b7-b5 4. e2-e3 Nf6-d5 5. Bf4-g3 d7-d6 6. c2-c3 Nb8-d7 7. Bf1-d3 Bc8-b7 8. Nb1-d2 Nd7-f6 9. e3-e4 Nd5-b6 10. O-O g7-g6 11. e4-e5 dxe5 12. Nf3xe5 Qd8-d5 13. Nd2-f3 Bf8-h6 14. Rf1-e1 O-O-O 15. Qd1-b3 Qd5xb3 16. axb3 Rh8-f8 17. h2-h3 Nf6-d7 18. Ne5-g4 Bh6-g7 19. Re1xe7 Nb6-d5 20. Re7-e1 h7-h5 21. Ng4-e3 Nd7-b6 22. Ne3xd5 Nb6xd5 23. Nf3-e5 g6-g5 24. Bg3-h2 Nd5-b6 25. Bd3-e2 Bg7xe5 26. Bh2xe5 f7-f6 27. Be5-h2 Rf8-h8 28. Be2-f3 f6-f5 29. Bh2-e5 Rh8-h7 30. Bf3-e2 Nb6-d7 31. Be5-h2 f5-f4 32. Be2-d3 Rh7-h8 33. c3-c4 c7-c6 34. d4-d5 Nd7-b8 35. h3-h4 gxh4 36. Bh2xf4 Rh8-f8 37. Bf4-g5 Rd8-e8 38. d5-d6 Kc8-d7 39. Re1-e7 Re8xe7 40. Bg5xe7 Rf8-f4 41. Ra1-e1 c6-c5 42. cxb5 axb5 43. Re1-e5 Rf4-d4 44. Bd3xb5 Bb7-c6 45. Bb5-c4 Kd7-e8 46. Re5xh5 Bc6-d7 47. Rh5-h8 1-0



[[[1. d2d4 Ng8f6 2. Ng1f3 a7a6 3. Bc1f4 b7b5 4. e2e3 Nf6d5 5. Bf4g3 d7d6 6. c2c3 Nb8d7 7. Bf1d3 Bc8b7 8. Nb1d2 Nd7f6 9. e3e4 Nd5b6 10. O-O g7g6 11. e4e5 dxe5 12. Nf3xe5 Qd8d5 13. Nd2f3 Bf8h6 14. Rf1e1 O-O-O 15. Qd1b3 Qd5xb3 16. axb3 Rh8f8 17. h2h3 Nf6d7 18. Ne5g4 Bh6g7 19. Re1xe7 Nb6d5 20. Re7e1 h7h5 21. Ng4e3 Nd7b6 22. Ne3xd5 Nb6xd5 23. Nf3e5 g6g5 24. Bg3h2 Nd5b6 25. Bd3e2 Bg7xe5 26. Bh2xe5 f7f6 27. Be5h2 Rf8h8 28. Be2f3 f6f5 29. Bh2e5 Rh8h7 30. Bf3e2 Nb6d7 31. Be5h2 f5f4 32. Be2d3 Rh7h8 33. c3c4 c7c6 34. d4d5 Nd7b8 35. h3h4 gxh4 36. Bh2xf4 Rh8f8 37. Bf4g5 Rd8e8 38. d5d6 Kd7 39. Re1e7 Re8xe7 40. Bg5xe7 Rf8f4 41. Ra1e1 c6c5 42. cxb5 axb5 43. Re1e5 Rf4d4 44. Bd3xb5 Bb7c6 45. Bb5c4 Ke8 46. Re5xh5 Bc6d7 47. Rh5h8 ]]]

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