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Chess on an Infinite Plane (hitthepin - vickalan)

  • #101

    27...C(3,4)

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  • #102
    28. (2,3)
  • #103

    ??

    28...Cx(5,3)

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  • #104

    The queen was hanging for six whole moves anyway until hitthepin moved the king, I assume that's what the "wow" comment was about.

  • #105
    Oh... I don’t feel so good.
  • #106
    Well, it was a good first game. I resign.
  • #107

    Wow. This is...I don't know what to say. (Other than "That 'Fix You' song is extremely overrated.")

  • #108
    This is sad.
  • #109
    For me. :(
  • #110

    Ah, don't be sad. I screw my games up too. Everyone does. It's natural to make mistakes. You got this! wink.png

  • #111
    Gotta do better next time.
  • #112

    Speaking of doing better, I just lost three games in a row.... And I have a local chess tournament starting tomorrow morning. I guess I'm just tired. Sometimes the best thing to do is take a break.

  • #113
    Very good advice.
  • #114

    Thanks @hitthepin, gg.happy.png It's interesting that Black's queen-side chancellor made four consecutive knight-moves, capturing the queen at move 28:
    28.(2,3)...Cx(5,3)

    I was curious to see how many moves it would have taken to attack the queen if the Chancellor used only rook-moves instead. That would have taken five. I suppose it shows that for center-of-the-board battles, the knight often can be a strong piece when the board is still crowded. (diagram here):

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  • #115

    A medal for @hitthepin for being a great opponent, and being one of the first players to learn and play infinite chess on the chess.com forums!

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  • #116
    Thanks and gg.
  • #117

    GG, good job guys! So nice to watch!

  • #118

    This is hardly an infinite plane. 

  • #119

    oof

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