Using persistent attack to force through a win

oleppedersen
oleppedersen
Jul 26, 2013, 7:54 AM |
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An interesting correspondence game (albeit played at high speed by both of us) where my esteemed opponent had more and more weak squares and points I could attack. I did not have a very brilliant plan, apart from continuing attacking vulnerable squares to keep him under pressure. In the end a mistake in a bad situation ended the game. Here are some annotations and thougts about why Black got a better and better position.

(I annotate the games in the faint hope of actually learning something from them...)