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The idea is as follows: I will post one move every day of a not very well known and high level game. Everyone is free to make any comment! I will not tell anything about the game other than one move a day until the game is over.
Please don't try to find the game in some database or another.
i've already figured it out!
Perhaps I should present whites first move ...
What will black do?
maybe you should start a few moves in,....
I notice you want to see the game quickly, but patience is often rewarded.
But then again I see your point ... the first 2 à 3 moves are not always interesting. Therefor to excite you:
aha! c4, I think
White played in the game: 4) Nf3.
Oh, I know this one! It's Weinglasz-Bierstein, Bad Acne 1931.
I just hope it's a quick draw (the suspense is hell).
Black continued with 4) ..., g6
So basically this is like a really slow and out-of-date newsreel.
It's Bongcloud, L. vs Captain Devious, Krakatoa, 1883.
White to play begins the fierce combination that will lead to victory (and revolutionise chess) with 5. Ke2!!
I still say it's Weinglasz-Bierstein!
The fun is in trying to guess the combination that still strikes us as being too genius for the immortal gods to have conceived of, of course.
The challenge is to find the game or to try to guess the next move ? :)
Alright, I'm a beginner and don't have any database in my brain, so I'll just keep on watching the moves and reading your comments ;)
White played 5) Ng5.
Just feel free to comment on the game en predict it's next move.
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