Computer Analysis: No Blunders!
First time in my analyzed game collection, I finally snatched a rarity from my Live Chess games Archive. A game that has no blunders! Almost always, a game of mine has at least one blunder. Just one, usually in the endgame. Sometimes I have dozens of blunders (even though I still win?), and other times I have very few. Most players have never had a blunder-less game, but alas, I have achieved this rare game result, and am very proud. Maybe I should bake cookies to celebrate ;)
However, I am confused by the computer's analysis thought process. Even though I played the Nimzowitsch Defense (B00), within the first 2 moves, I had made an "inaccuracy". Apparently, move 2...b6 was not supposed to be played right away, but to instead advance my e6 pawn first, perhaps to disallow a potential threat. But it does not matter, my opponent did not take advantage of my so called "inaccuracy", and play continued normally.
Below are the details of the game, with a copy of the game itself. Enjoy, and if you can, annotate my mistakes, or perhaps congratulate me? I prefer the latter =)
|Opening:||B00: Nimzowitsch Defense|
Inaccuracies: 7 = 14.9% of moves
Mistakes: 12 = 25.5% of moves
Blunders: 0 = 0.0% of moves
My opponent resigned from his hopeless position, and I was the victor. It's a great feeling, crushing your opponent when he makes a single blunder. For me, my opponent obviously blundered at Move 36. Apparently he forgot his rook was under attack? Well, after a desperate check, we both danced the tango around the board a bit until he finally resigned.
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