Master Chess Analysis 1st Session
I was unable to obtain Internet connection for the past few days so I am writing this post later than I will next week.
I will be writing a weekly report every tuesday where I analyse games of Users who send in their games as a message to KantheCaroWin (or post in the group Master Chess Analysis -> http://www.chess.com/groups/home/masterchessanalysis)
This week I only recieved one game :( so I will include one of my own games as well
Thanks to Knight_Of_The_King for submitting his game and I hope for more games next week - keep in mind rating and quality of the game are NOT IMPORTANT and any player can send their games in for free analysis from a titled player
Now, let's begin
The game referenced is Sokolsky vs Kotov -- Leningrad (1938) 1-0
Since there was only one game that was sent to me, I have decided to attach one of my own games against a FIDE Candidate Master (will remain anonymous)
Black is one move away from queening his pawn, and both players have less than 5 minutes on the clock - do you have what it takes to finish this Candidate master off?