Daeru(White) vs. browni3141(Black) WITH KIBITZERS

  • #1

    I and browni3141 will be playing a game here, we will move one move per day so kibitzers will easily find time to comment.

    I start with

    Good luck!

  • #2

    I play 1...e5

  • #3

    I'll do the computerless-trysts-evaluation after each moveWink

    +0.37

  • #4

    Wrong wrong wrong! 1.Nf3 was just winning! Laughing

    (Trysts - the initiative is worth 0.37 in a symmetrical undeveloped position?)

  • #5

    these things are popular,

    my suggestion f4 FTW

  • #6
    EdwardT2 wrote:

    Wrong wrong wrong! 1.Nf3 was just winning!

    (Trysts - the initiative is worth 0.37 in a symmetrical undeveloped position?)

    In my guesstimation, yes. If actual engines disagree with my evaluations, then they will be unplugged until further noticeLaughing

  • #7
    trysts wrote:
    EdwardT2 wrote:

    Wrong wrong wrong! 1.Nf3 was just winning!

    (Trysts - the initiative is worth 0.37 in a symmetrical undeveloped position?)

    In my guesstimation, yes. If actual engines disagree with my evaluations, then they will be unplugged until further notice

    They aren't even worth looking at trysts! We all know you're better than a hunk of metal Laughing

  • #8

    how does f4 evaluate in this position, for me it comes to mat 65

  • #9
    browni3141 wrote:
    trysts wrote:
    EdwardT2 wrote:

    Wrong wrong wrong! 1.Nf3 was just winning!

    (Trysts - the initiative is worth 0.37 in a symmetrical undeveloped position?)

    In my guesstimation, yes. If actual engines disagree with my evaluations, then they will be unplugged until further notice

    They aren't even worth looking at trysts! We all know you're better than a hunk of metal

    Thank you, browni3141Laughing

  • #10
    jetfighter13 wrote:

    how does f4 evaluate in this position, for me it comes to mat 65

    I actually have to see the move played by Daeru first, then I take a drink, question my sanity, put on some nice music, get out my rolling tray, wonder about my curtains, read some Cixous, and then evaluate. It's not easyWink

  • #11

    What are you drinking?

  • #12
    EdwardT2 wrote:

    What are you drinking?

    Wine(Sauvignon Blanc from Australia). Why?

  • #13

    Meh

    1.Nf3 > 1.f4

    @Trysts: not a SOUTH Australian Sav-blanc by any chance?

  • #14
    EdwardT2 wrote:

    Meh

    1.Nf3 > 1.f4

    @Trysts: not a SOUTH Australian Sav-blanc by any chance?

    Stoney vineyard.

  • #15

    I don't know Stoney Vineyard. That's not a South Australian wine.

    1.Nf3 > 1.e4 e5 2.f4 as well Laughing

  • #16

    My response is normally 2.Nf3 but I am considering 2.Qh5!? to get out of theory very early.  

    Thoughts?

  • #17

    Indeed. Simple opening principle. Don't get the queen out too early. I thought it would be fun to see whether black could punish it or not.

    Let's stick with the opening principles then, shall we?

    I play 2.Nf3 



  • #18
    trysts wrote:
    jetfighter13 wrote:

    how does f4 evaluate in this position, for me it comes to mat 65

    I actually have to see the move played by Daeru first, then I take a drink, question my sanity, put on some nice music, get out my rolling tray, wonder about my curtains, read some Cixous, and then evaluate. It's not easy

    You are impatient.  I never question my sanity after the first drink.  Even after the second drink I still firmly believe I am the sanest old fart around.  My sanity-doubts never kick in before the fourth drink, and I do not count the beer.

    I came up with a great opening I called it The Double Scotch Opening.  Sorry I have ben trying to remember it since the next morning after discovering it.

  • #19

    Great move.  You can feel the tension of this game filling the air.

    This time of the year, being Canadian, I only kibitz hockey.  Ottawa Senators win in seven.

    Ah, chess..Nf3 is good knight everybody

  • #20

    I like facing the Ruy and Italian as black, but wouldn't mind a Petrov either, even though I don't play it.

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