Analyzing My Favorite Game So Far, I Played

Apr 19, 2015, 7:41 PM |

Reviewing the games of the Grandmasters and our own games is  very helpful to improve our play. Last night, I played Live  Standard Game on my tablet. At this moment, I limit myself in playing chess, but I am still eager to get ideas and concepts in chess.

This game I played white with ratings 843, while my opponent is 844.

As an amateur,  I accept many ideas. I go to positional, attacking, solid, aggresive, intuitive or calculating. 

But this game demonstates my style. I go to risky moves. And I admit that if  I faced a much higher rated player, I will  not do this. Maybe I will just improve my position and wait for the endgame if I am lucky.

But in the position below, I am now dreaming. It is possible because even both of us wasted time in moving the pawns, I developed 3 minor pieces. And I see the diagonal of my queen towards the black king.

This game also demonstates my attacking personality, I will give up many positional stuff just to attack. 

 After the 17th move, look at the board.

I have one knight, one queen and one rook that is not part of the game. My opponent losses one rook only. But my two pieces was coordinated to one one goal. The black has a knight that is dedicated to attacked my king. This knight do his job solo. And his other pieces was sitting at their original position. The other knight was dedicated to protect his king.  But after he sees my bishop, he captures it immediately and immediately, he fired to his position because he did not do his assigned work. 

This game proves me that I am a kind of "romantic chess player" according to I tried this many times because the questions are tricky, even it is only A or B. 

Romantics are full of good ideas. These ideas might be either positional or attacking, but they are always unusual and unique. The Romantic doesn't usually win by out-calculating his opponent, but rather finds some unexpected and unusual concept that his opponent didn't expect. Romantic players are very emotional and therefore can be very distraught when they lose, but their moodiness also means that when things are going well, they can be unstoppably brilliant.

Thanks for giving time to read my first chess blog, I know that I make some grammatical errors but it proves that the game of the amateurs can be analyzed for some reason.