x
Chess - Play & Learn

Chess.com

FREE - In Google Play

FREE - in Win Phone Store

VIEW

The Art of Falling Apart 2

the_Obelisk
May 25, 2015, 3:55 AM 2
Though there were no clear cut winning opportunites for me in this game, I think it is yet another example of finding myself in a great position then not able to convert it to the win.  
For those that do not know, I am currently working through Silman's how to reassess your chess and finding it extremely beneficial.  I am trying to stick to the principles as I understand them, and am currently playing a lot of games where I am hitting time trouble either because I am overthinking the position or readjusting my thinking process to try to improve my game. 
In the example I give,  I had played the same opponent previously, and sat at 2-0 against him.  He is slightly lower rated, but yesterday he beat me 2-0 (similar circumstances both times... me having a good position but time trouble, he with plenty of time to play with. (30 minute (each) time control) to make it 2-2 all time score.
I have analysed the game mostly without the aid of computer analysis but have quickly done a bit of Kibutzing on what I see as vital points of the game.   (I want to make myself think during the analysis process).   
Any constructive opinions regarding my thought process during the game would be welcomed.  

Online Now