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  LOL now that i got your attention with the strange title. I saw a forum about how higher rated players can underestimate the  lower players, imparticularly new players. And it got me thinking when i was one of the "newbies" the players without alot of experience but growing faster in skill then the rating can catch up with. Here is a perfect egsample of this in an old game i played back in 1998 it proved to be interesting i got lucky i must admit but my finnish in this game was truly brilliant, overall one of my best games....Cool

 P.S. Sorry i cant anotate this game. I tried last time and it took me to long and they made me have to re-save and i ended up losing it all which annoyed me so this game will be without a great deal of annotating pls forgive.


Comments


  • 6 years ago

    estevon

    White 13th move Qb4 was the starting of the dancing of the Queens back and forth up until White 17th move Qb1.

    Black 29th move should be Pe5 instead of Qf7.

    I like White position very well right after your 34th move=Bg5.

    White 41st move Rf4 was a very very good move.

    The Black Queen can not get even close to the White King at any time soon.

  • 6 years ago

    kurd4ever

    nice game

  • 6 years ago

    shootfilm

    That was a good game.  Several middle game moves that could be deemed "suspect" but a nice ending nonetheless.


  • 6 years ago

    littleman

    If anyone has a game egsample like the one above pls feel free to share it with us so we can all enjoy the games and hopefully remember the lessons from both points of view....Cool
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