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2012 B-division 2nd round - Correct break followed by blunders on both side.

Chemwong
Mar 26, 2012, 10:17 AM 0

NOTE: THE FIRST PART ARE ERRONOUS AND IS MY HUMAN TRY FOR ANALYSIS THIS LOST GAME. The Fritzed version is on bottom.

First time against Modern Benoni, Lost due to premature 14.f4?, with 88 min on my clock while my opponent has 49 minutes left. I saw the variation until 20.Nxe4 very correctly, but the evaluation was not...



  Too bad for me to throw away time and opening advantage in one move . Everyone in the chess club having the black side after my blunder could beat me with 30 sec per move.


 The hopeless defence held only for short. The second half of the game need little annotation and no analysis. (I know the move order in the game gives E00: East Indian Defence but I prefer to code it as A56 Modern Benoni--The E00 coded opening gave little info for what was played exactly.)

 

 

Reversed-time trouble happen again as in my first OTB game. I need to visualize the board and blunder check more effectively. (White 54min Black 28min...My clock always overflow and I need to learn how to use my time well) In depth analysis will be done later.


P.S. The post-post-mortem of the following game by Fritz was completed but I still want to read through it before posting it.http://blog.chess.com/Chemwong/2012-b-division-1st-round


POST-POSTMORTEM
I failed to exploilt 3 blunders in few consecutive move (tactical in nature) and made few blunders on my own (cannot even find it without machine and even gave a new blunder in my post game analysis!) NEED MORE TACTICAL TRAINING.



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