Playing g5 as black, or b4?

drmrboss
SNUDOO wrote:

what I can see is ...g5 plans to kick the knight (g4) and then play g3, after they move h3 you sac the bishop and mate.

 

Copy from my previous post.

There is no mate or lose piece after g5.( g5 is a good move though)

 

21. g5 Ng1

22. g4 Rc2

23. g3 h3 ( You cant sacrifice bishop on h3 because it is double protected with g pawn and kt).

 

SNUDOO

Ok I didn’t read any post except for op

December_TwentyNine

Hey OP, that guy's a 2300. If you anger him, He'll kick all our butts!!

SNUDOO

Huh? No I’m not

December_TwentyNine

I know sweetie. I was referring to THIS guy:

GarryCasperov wrote:
TwoMove wrote:

Yes petal you are giving great advise to the OP. The only thing I can suggest to the OP is to get his stockfish to the repair shop, because it only sees the first ply in a position, and never the variations calculating. Must be very fustrating for the poor lamb having to deal with a broken stockfish all these years

 

Then show us these "variations calculating". You would think someone from England would know English better.

 

SNUDOO

Oh dang 

Sep-Gol

g5!! is winning on the spot, because white must give a minor, or allow a very strong initative. I checked this with the computer afterwards, and b4 also wins, but it is worse than g5

GarryCasperov
December_TwentyNine wrote:

Hey OP, that guy's a 2300. If you anger him, He'll kick all our butts!!

 

It's all good. We have this love hate thing going on.

TwoMove

Farewell brother see you again soon ...

ajl721

In my opinion, I would favor g5 because then white has a harder time attacking white's kingside as opposed to b4 which just opens up the position even more and creates opportunities for white to attack.

SNUDOO
ajl721 wrote:

In my opinion, I would favor g5 because then white has a harder time attacking white's kingside as opposed to b4 which just opens up the position even more and creates opportunities for white to attack.

how does white play g5?

of course white has a harder time attacking white's kingside- it's the same team

ujaanchakraborty

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December_TwentyNine

Just time cheat. When you go back in time, you can undo awful moves you made. And you cal also make your opponent lose on time, too. I do it all the time. I win millions of dollars in chess tournaments every single day.

SNUDOO

Thanks for the info