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Maybe in the future, as for the moment we try to cover the strategic themes.
is it possible for you to make a video. It would be immensely helpful. Amateurs like me get lost in the myriad of variations. Some commentary in the background would be helpful.
Yes, I had a look. Seems like some people are really burning in the game. What I meant is that this is still a friendly game, noone will lose money out of it, or his price in a tournament. In fact both the sides will profit from such game, either by learning some new move from the others, or even learning a whole opening line, by spending some time and checking the opening at home, or as in our case- from this place. In any case, you can see that the posts are quite contraversial, and unfortunately there is hardly an article or blog that can suffice everyone
"I do not believe that a friendly game between new and old members is a battle of such an importance for anyone. "
But can you read the minds of, well, the people actually playing?
Thanks GM Bokov. As for the debate, as you say, "we try to use all the theoretical resources available." At least, we should:)
Not only that lot of other parts i didn't understood
from queen Qf5 y did he move to Qf5 what was the reason silly/stupid/clever wat was the reason !
I never understood the middle part of the game
Wow, looks like a double-edge game here ae. Goodluck for the both side by the way is there already a result of this game or it is still casting votes for the next moves?
I support airbus on this, I also play in this game and it is a bit awkward to see it commented like this.
Also, this analysis is aimed for white player, so this might be a bit more helpful for one side in that game.
My idea was that this games should be fun above all as any game.
I agree with you, Mr. Bojkov: A game between new and experienced players often does nothing but fuel the ego of the experienced side.
To be honest I thought that it would be more interesting this way for the general audience, and that people would love to have more ideas to share and try, and I found the analyses suitable for this aim. I do not believe that a friendly game between new and old members is a battle of such an importance for anyone.
Well, I think it would be valued as an act of bad conduct if I put out a post with one of my ongoing online games, for other people to comment on. Even if the game was in an early stage and still within thick theory. Ommiting the reference to the actual game, would have made this post just an interesting discussion on chess theory. I would have preferred that.
Well, in a preparation for a real game we try to use all the theoretical resources available. This moves the theory forward, as well as chess as a game. It will be a pity if one of the sides loses the game due to a well-known mistake. In any case, knowledge should not be a reason for concern. I believe it would be of an interest for both sides to have an eye on these additional options and choose (not necessarily) from them.
I happen to play on one of the sides of this game, and felt a little uncomfortable that an ongoing game was mentioned/analyzed in this post. Even if it is possible to say that this wasn't exactly an analyze of that particular game. I think one should be careful about pointing towards ongoing games in posts like this...
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