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What was the time control? Anyway, I don't know how you analysed this game, but computer disagrees.
Thanks for the analysis. I have a question though. On 9...f3 why not 10.gxf3 gxf3 11.Qxf3 (white seems to be holding the position)
or 10...Qh3+ 11.Ke1 gxf3 12. Qf1? Is this ok for white? didn't analysed the position deeply, just popped into my head. Thanks again for the analysis!
here is why
this is what I think about the computer analysis, just look at the lines.
Sorry alex, but if you saw in the other thread whatupyodog got banned . Guess you can only challenge Gavinator.
Yeah whatupyodog is banned, I guess you're not allowed to be better then other players or share new ideas on chess.com, it's a shame really...
no you are not allowed to cuss incessantly.
if being a better player than someone was a crime, then I along with you along with everyone who isn't lenny bongcloud would have been banned.
He used a new idea effectively and got banned for it, sounds pretty unfair to me.
But these people were actually being very rude to us, you were one of them alexlaw, yet nothing happens to you. Just like Americans, oppress the minority...
I wasn't being rude, or alexlaw, or wafflemaster. Christian sodier and jetfighter might have gotten a tad rude, but only in response to whatupyodog's insults and laughing at there chess skills, which is reasonable. You and him were the one's being rude Gavinator, saying things like: "I guess you're not allowed to be better then other players... on chess.com", and calling us "garbage" and cussing, etc.
Jetfighter and Christiansoldier posted garbage boards. I just told them how it is, would you rather me tell them "It's great stuff to hang pieces in the first 10 moves! Keep on doing it!"
and how is making an occasional blunder rude, I do think that it needs to be worked on, but still its not like its the end of the world.
It's rude to waste my time like that.
This is what computer thinks about your lines. Also, I am not going to re-analyse this. It's not that difficult to get a program yourself and do it (it's also useful for you). If you think that you know better than a 3000ish rated program, that's up to you.
Ok I was doing that late at night, forgot my king was on f1 not e1 and well honestly I miss a lot of things anyway. didn't see those. good points. thanks for showing a continued analysis.
Today, i played a tournament and here's one of my games where i won against king's gambit quite fast. White had ELO ~1950, but it was a blitz game... it ended after 29 more moves(0-1)
obviously does not play that normally
Thanks for all the computer analysis. Thanks for answering my questions!
the double muzio is fun alright, always make sure to look at your opponents face when you play this though.
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