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Thank you zman and Glex for your help. I appreciate it!
No problem! I'm usually no good at analyzing, but Qe6 for your opponent was just horrible!
if he took a break from putting you in check you win period, just run your king around until he cant check it anymore, also i will analyse it for you
you were winning, he had to keep checking you in order to win
here is one of my recent games, i need to work on Kand 1pawn vlone king, it had a brilllinat knight sac at the end though
hello i have another game here for analysis by those here oh and in my analysis of someone elses i accedentaly did not delete a line with a dropped queen even worse i didnt take it in the analysis sorry
any way here is mine
Sorry Jetfighter, most of your moves, I wouldn't give your moves exclams, I'd give your opponent's moves question marks. Your opponent played pretty poorly. You exploited those mistakes though.
Haha wow, I got my first double-exclamation move (!!) in a Fritz analysis today! In the game I remember it took me like 3 minutes to even see the possibility of the move, and maybe a couple more minutes to check it. That's quite a lot of time for a Live Chess and I think my opponent assumed I had left the game without resigning lol, since he was 1 turn from checkmating me before that move turned everything around.
By the way, for anyone who has Fritz, you can go to your Live Chess, click "view" to go to the game you want, and then click "Get PGN" - you save this file and open it in Fritz and you can run an analysis from there to compared with the chess.com analysis (which is usually really good as well).
Jetfighter13: Your last comment shows a lack of understanding of what the French is. That isn't the French opening, so why are you saying that "this guy obviously doesnt [sic] know how to play the french"?! Your opponent transposed into the Sicilian!
BTW, in your first variation, why don't you take the pawn with bishop? I find it hard to believe that black has an advantage at the end of that variation, since a Black pawn is hanging, the Black pawn structure is incredibly weak and over-extended, and the king is in a crappy position.
jetfighter13, I must ask you a question: Do you ever think that you've made a mistake in a game of yours? It seems like very game you showcase has 50% !!!!! with your moves, even when they're simple moves like recapturing a piece (move 15). I have yet to see you post a game where you recognize that you made a mistake. One can only learn if you do recognize that you do make mistakes and you try to learn from them...
That's great! I have yet to get a double-exclam... but I've gotten plenty of one exclamation marks!
i dont post my realy awefull mistakes because i see them as soon as i make them, also i forgot he had transposed and to your other points d'oh i missed them and all i wanted to show was the cool attack, i will refrain from using the punctuation tool in this forum unless it is fairly obvious to all it deserves it or the computer analysis tools says so
Actually, if 37.Kd2, then black should play ...Rf2+, after which the White Queen on h6 hangs and White easily loses.
LOL DOUBLE EXCLAMINESS!! HERE'S A DOUBLE EXCLAM MOVE IN A GAME I PLAYED!!
Nice job then! I'd only ever gotten one (!) before this. Isn't it nice that Fritz gives us something to feel good about? I haven't seen other engines do it!
Thanks, but sometimes you can have great games with horrible mistakes-- if you recognize those, it's even more of a feel-good thing if you win . BTW, don't feel like you have to refrain from putting exclamation marks. I for example, wouldn't put an exclam for Rf1 because it seems like a simple move for me, but for you, I guess you could, since it demonstrates good attacking skills and works well in your plan!
ps, please don't shy away from putting question marks on moves (especially yours), since it'll make you appreciate the good moves even more!
well thanx for making me feel beter, but i do need to cut back, because sometimes, i do get carried away can you annotate it by the way because i get a litle tired of flipping back and forth between posts and pages
It's so great because not only does it stop the mate, but I lose no material and end up winning material in the moves after the save.
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