What's up, I'm rslnerd, and this is my blog. (Duh) Uh, I'm 14, from Utah, and I'm also a total and complete nerd. Needless to say, I'm not one of those idiots who thinks that 1. h4 is a good move, but I'm also not a grandmaster. I hope that if I post my games online, people can help me out by telling me what they think. So, here goes nothing, with three games I played today, two wins and a draw:
A win for black, me.
We both made mistakes. I personally thought that I was in a losing position, but I offered a draw, and he seemed happy. I was happy he accepted. :)
This was a pretty fun game. I knew I was superior to him, but I lost the first game we played due to sheer stupidity. He checkmated me on like, the twelfth move, so I challenged him to a rematch, and watched out for the normally smart moves I played that he was able to take advantage of in the first game. For example, he sacrificed his bishop for my f-pawn, and my right to castle. I thought that was stupid of him, but I was so focused on my attack that I didnt see the Queen checkmate on, well, I don't remember the square, but that's moot, right? I made sure he didnt screw up my ability to castle this time by putting my Queen on e2 on the second move, something I normally wouldn't do. I won, though, and I was pretty happy. Actually, he didn't resign, as it may seem, but he ran away like a little girl a few moves after he let me take his queen. Wuss...