cROOKed_KNIGHT vs. fonzy050
I know that this is not exactly the ideal game to consider for a member analysis.. especially because the opening theory is not sound, and the win that I eventually achieved, is questionable at best. However, I would really appreciate some input from a master-level human, as opposed to the computers here at chess.com. The game was played as follows:
1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Nf3 h6 5. g Nc6 6. Bg2 a67. O-OBe7 8. Ne1 dxc4 9. Nc2 O-O 10. e4 e511. dxe5 Qxd112. Rxd1 Nxe513. Bf4 Bd6 14. b3 cxb315. axb3 b5 16. Nd5 Nfd7 17. Nce3 Bb7 18. Nf5 Bxd519. exd5 Rfe8 20. Re1 f621. Bxe5 Rxe522. Rad1 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Ne5 24. f4 Nd3 25. Re3 Bc526. Ne7+ Kf7 27. d6cxd6 28. Bd5+ Kf8 29. Ng6#
This was a 3minute blitz game I played recently, and I realize that I probably won this game undeservedly.. I wonder where this could have been improved, for either myself or my opponent. Any instructive assistance would be appreciated.
The reason that I posted this game, is that Danny Rensch is my favorite video author, And I would love to hear his advice/analysis of anything I have contributed to the library of chess hustory.
my appologies... apparently the move order did not copy properly... From my computer, if you highlight the empty white boxes with your mouse, the moves become visible
hey thx for diagraming that for me
Hey Knight, post it here for me to look at when I can!!! Thanks
Quickly I can say that playing 5.g3, Fianchettoing the Bishop doesn't make sense there, when black can capture the c4-pawn at any moment. Then, move 8.Ne1 is something that should be avoided until all the pieces are out. I would consider playing 8.b3 to protect the c4-pawn, then develop my c1-Bishop, and strive for e4 in the center.
It was a nice finish though...
Can I post too? I mean one more game :)
Anyone can post games in the forum thread link I posted above. Anyone and I am not the only Video Author who will do games from that thread...