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DixieLandTN

When I played Be7 He should have seen Bd8 coming.  He played b4 anyway and I trapped his queen but he put up an amazing fight and I managed not to make any blunders and only 1 innacuracy.  I can't really analyze this as it was a 10 minute Rapid.

I was just trying to find solid moves and not make any blunders and focusing on keeping the time advantage since I had his queen.

When he got down to 20 seconds and moved his Knight from the defense h3 that was lights out but man he fought hard after he lost his queen in this one.  Pretty impressive I thought.

DixieLandTN

This might be one to recruit,  I am too bad to tell but other than pushing his queen out early he fought hard. 

I usually struggle against d4.  I have no idea what to do in those types of openings.  I'm amazed I didn't blunder and lose this one.

Chests909

That's what us 800 are like. We fight hard and don't quit til the mate is done.

Chests909
DixieLandTN wrote:

This might be one to recruit,  I am too bad to tell but other than pushing his queen out early he fought hard. 

I usually struggle against d4.  I have no idea what to do in those types of openings.  I'm amazed I didn't blunder and lose this one.

I just D5 if anyone plays D4 then aim to defend the king til turn 10.

DixieLandTN

Respect, damn.  Most 1200s I play don't fight that hard

xXCRY0TICXx2

Damn respect for the dude he fought real hard

DixieLandTN

I got a brilliancy followed by a great move in this D pawn game.  When I played Nh5 I was trying to bait g4.  He eventually bit and I think that was the turning point in this one.

They considered Rxf2 a brilliancy.  I thought it was a pretty obvious intuitive move.  Then couple moves later I got a great move.  I really thought Rxf2 as great not brilliant but maybe there were some complex lines there I can't see that makes it even better than I think it is.

DixieLandTN

Here is an 88 percent accuracy game against the Sicilian.  I'm using Aman's (Chess Brah) KIA attack and defense from his speed run series.  I made a couple mistakes but no blunders.