Lucario defeats a grandmaster in 21 moves.

Jacobshinn

Please let me know what you guys think of the game in the comments.

Jacobshinn

And please keep the comments relevant to the game at hand.

Jacobshinn

And I hope there might be some grandmaster analyzing it for some feedbacks and giving their own opinions on the moves.

Jacobshinn
Anyone?
ThatMarvinGuy
I don’t get it
Jacobshinn
ThatMarvinGuy wrote:
I don’t get it


You don't get... what?

frothy679

hi

frothy679

yall use reddit?

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

yall use reddit?


Nope. I don't like reddit.

frothy679

damn

 

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

damn

 


So what do you think of the game I posted and annotated?

frothy679

o idk

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

o idk


?

frothy679

i didnt look at it

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

i didnt look at it


Hm. Well, you can still look at the game at the first page or you can look at the game with the link: https://www.chess.com/a/mvZyG88nMdBc

Just remind me what you think of it after looking at game. happy.png

frothy679

NO

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

NO


What!? Why!?

frothy679

BECAUSE YOU LITERALLY GAVE ME CHLAMYDIA

Jacobshinn
frothy679 wrote:

BECAUSE YOU LITERALLY GAVE ME CHLAMYDIA

So you just came here to waste everyone's time with a stupid reddit offer instead of looking and appreciating the game!? Unbelieveable...

little_guinea_pig

I don't think that Black played moves a grandmaster would. For example, even I can see that 11... a6 is a better way to prepare the pawn storm than 11... Rb8 because it stops Nb5 while preparing b5. Also, no grandmaster would play Kh8 unless they calculated like crazy and thought it was good - and since as you said it was a bad move, they would likely continue the attack on the queenside, which is a far more natural play, even if it also would turn out to be unsound in the end. I love the game though, and the fact that it didn't look artificial until I took a deeper look at it is quite impressive, well done.