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Human Intuition vs. Machine Calculation. When the brain and the heart wins I call this a "Horizon Play" denoted by the symbol ~!
In 2010 I was inspired. I had just met the girl of my dreams and after a whirlwind romantic trip in Chicago I was back in Ohio playing in a chess tournament. Due to my escapade I had to take two byes in the first two rounds so I was basically out of the money, just playing for fun and trying to clear my head.
Thanks Vonderlasa, indeed this game was played in 2011...
According to USCF the game was played in 2011. Which is correct?
Regards, enjoy your blog.
wow. I'm gonna study this 5. f3.
Not enough exclamation marks written down, congratulations!
Wow! You are blessed with Morphy's wisdom! Great game!
Thanks. Very good game indeed.
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I hope to see you also dancing on the chess horizon !
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