CHESS MATCH: CLOSE ENCOUNTER
Nov 30, 2014, 2:23 AM 0
This is a match against "halilferati" who played for white. At an early stage of the game there were exchanges of materials. However, around the middle of the game the attack of "halilferati" began to dominate, but things are not getting well on his side. I plan to set up a defense as well as the "traps", but the trap wont work as long as his Bd3 is there. Then that is the time I decided to divert the direction of that Bishop by an exchange of same material, and if He does then I am going to attack His Queen and King through my Bishop at Bd4.
At this point in time, I am expecting He will sacrifice the Queen because if he doesn't then I will go for a mate using my Queen to Qe1.
On that moment, I know "halilferati" took his time to decide whether He will or not sacrifice the Queen. I know from the fact that He needs to sacrifice it or else the game will end. He can move his king to avoid being checkmated and just keep up a defensive line with the remaining pieces. However, He decided to took the Bishop and eventually his King got killed.
In a situation like this, I think it is important to fight until the end using all the pieces you have. The heart of a warrior should never give up no matter what the situation is and no matter how small the chances are, as long as there is still time running there would be hope.