Good Old Chess Moves = Diagonal attacks, tactics & strategies used against a stronger opponent

dadoom

aloha dear chess players, feel free to put your favorite chess moves/strategies/tactics/diagrams that you have played in our team matches, tournaments, "let's play" games, live games, Vote Chess, Chess960, Four Player Chess etc. Your expert comments & analysis are much welcome, for the purpose of learning, in discovering new chess galaxies!
So have some epic chess adventure + enjoy your chess moves/progresshappy.pngnull

dadoom

so here's my own game taken from "The GM Hou Yifan Members' Classic" internal tournament created by our Admin/tournament-director @iSpaceChess: https://www.chess.com/tournament/the-gm-hou-yifan-members-classic
when i play against stronger opponents, then i'm trying to play tactically with surprising diagonal counterattack, but in this end-game of our game i didn't have a vision of winning, so i asked for the draw, so my so extra strong chess opponent has accepted...

i played with the BLACK pieces in this game:

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+ here's one Chess960 combat, where i played against German Grandmaster @DJ_Haubi. Already on the beginnings of the game i managed to create a diagonal battery + tactically make damage to my so extra powerful experienced opponent chess player, but i lost in the end-game anyway!

i played with the BLACK pieces in this game:

dadoom
Imadedin wrote:

you play very well strong moves 

aloha dear Omda, thnx, i'm trying to do it, just like i was wrote already: "When i play against stronger opponents, then i'm trying to play tactically with surprising diagonal counterattack..."

In the case when we play against stronger players than ourselves, then we play in our best possible release, we need to focus on our best strikes, we have to give our best. By playing against more experienced players we are learning a lot about chess skills...

Diagonal Attacks on the Uncastled King with GM Ben Finegold:

dadoom
Imadedin wrote:

strong game you should learn how to end games 

oh yeah, i should to learn, to enter deeply into end-game tactics... i'm trying to learn from my own mistakes, that's why we are here i guesswink.png

Tactics with Hammer:

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+ so interesting is the fact that when i play some rare unusual chess openings/moves in LIVE (especially in blitz & bullet) games, then my opponents very often make so huge mistakes!

Nimzo-Larsen Attack (LIVE blitz 3 min game) => i played with the WHITE pieces in this game:

+ some crazy unexpected LIVE blitz 3 min chess movements => i played with the BLACK pieces in this game from below => Chess is a mental boxing! After my initial strong kick in opening of our chess game, my so extra angry rival countered me in the middle-game, but fortunately for me, in the end-game my awakened frozen queen woke up with the sudden diagonal DOUBLE attacks my Q was destroyed the opponent's heavy artillery in a second. It is also interesting that my active King played a key role in the middle-game by compiling the rival pieces on the board... So, in this game you must to look@the middle-game + end-game:

dadoom
Imadedin wrote:

that's right

I could not distinguish between you and GM until the draw and the other in the defeat
You are not an excellent player. I really love these games

play hard and your rating will be raised to be more unique

actually, i don't really care so much about rating, but my main problem is that i didn't reach the balance yet. Now, i have about 180 current daily chess games for play + i used to have 450 daily chess games, so the quantity has hurt my games, too many moves for play which leads in frequent mistakes... i try to reduce to a max of 100 ongoing games to improve the quality of my playing. When you have too many chess positions to solve@once, then a vortex occurs in your head as a product, even in your dreams there are mixed positions on the board, everything seems familiar but you don't know what to play actually, overload of the whole system! Too many options & candidate moves, but too little time...

Great Players of the Past -- Bobby Fischer, with GM Ben Finegold:

blueemu

Here's one I played as Black against a (then) 2194-rated opponent.

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/200865884

dadoom
blueemu wrote:

Here's one I played as Black against a (then) 2194-rated opponent.

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/200865884

bravo Rick, so nicely played by your side, thnx for sharing your interesting chess moves. i see that you are the first board of The Canadian Team!

Rick ( @blueemu ) played with the BLACK pieces in this game:

DeirdreSkye
dadoom wrote:

so here's my own game taken from "The GM Hou Yifan Members' Classic" internal tournament created by our Admin/tournament-director @iSpaceChess: https://www.chess.com/tournament/the-gm-hou-yifan-members-classic
when i play against stronger opponents, then i'm trying to play tactically with surprising diagonal counterattack, but in this end-game of our game i didn't have a vision of winning, so i asked for the draw, so my so extra strong chess opponent has accepted...

i played with the BLACK pieces in this game:

First , this game is awful.The only reason you survived the opening is that your opponent never took you seriously(and who can blame him).

Second , there is no such thing as "surprising diagonal counterattack". You have no idea what you are talking about. 

Third , better study a bit and quit bragging. Moves like 2...h6 and 3...g5 clearly show you don't even know the basics.

    The surprising is not the bad game. The surprising is that you can't even see how bad this game was. You claim in later posts that you don't care so much about rating yet you post an awful game only because you drew a higher rated opponent.

dadoom
DeirdreSkye wrote:
dadoom wrote:

so here's my own game taken from "The GM Hou Yifan Members' Classic" internal tournament created by our Admin/tournament-director @iSpaceChess: https://www.chess.com/tournament/the-gm-hou-yifan-members-classic
when i play against stronger opponents, then i'm trying to play tactically with surprising diagonal counterattack, but in this end-game of our game i didn't have a vision of winning, so i asked for the draw, so my so extra strong chess opponent has accepted...

i played with the BLACK pieces in this game:

First , this game is awful.The only reason you survived the opening is that your opponent never took you seriously(and who can blame him).

Second , there is no such thing as "surprising diagonal counterattack". You have no idea what you are talking about. 

Third , better study a bit and quit bragging. Moves like 2...h6 and 3...g5 clearly show you don't even know the basics.

    The surprising is not the bad game. The surprising is that you can't even see how bad this game was. You claim in later posts that you don't care so much about rating yet you post an awful game only because you drew a higher rated opponent.

thank you for this detailed expert review by your side, i would love to learn something basic about chess by playing with you, so are you up for the game?

i think the most surprising fact is that i've even managed to play all those games without resting/vacation! To me, good sportsman's spirit is much more valuable than the current rating range. + just try to considering that i'm so extra busy with many other current daily chess games which i have play every day) + i have a lot of admin "jobs" in so many our chess clubs around Chess.com & so on (blah blah blah)

In spite of everything, thank you for your advice, i will try to work on the quality of my game + i should to look more critically@things

by the way, interesting is the way how you teach novices! Beginners learn how to deal with a new situation in the end-game:

+ how to open the game:

dadoom

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dadoom

+ here's a new one => my chess friend @euf showed me his own LIVE blitz game, then i asked him if i could publicize it here, so he liked to agree with that:

@euf played with the WHITE pieces in this game:

dadoom

+ i really like (to play) Scandinavian strategy & tactics against 1.e4:

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+ here's the one Chess960 battle in which i lost in the end. i played with the WHITE pieces in this Chess960 match against so strong Indian chess player Tina-e4:

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+ Lili destroyed me in this game, i have been so doomed in the end-game, nice played by our lovely friend/teammate @lilibothumbup.pngi played with a BLACK pieces in this following chess game:

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+ one more gift for YOU lovely Lili of the Venus xoxo

so just now i score by so extra nice checkmate in this match => Welcome to Venus ... ''chessing'' vs 💋 𝒩𝒾𝓃𝒿𝒶 𝐸𝓂𝓅𝒾𝓇𝑒: https://www.chess.com/club/matches/939798
Organizers: @lilibo & @craigincoventry

dadoom

+ yesterday, i just won this game by checkmate in the following match:

Team Novosibirsk vs No Quarter: https://www.chess.com/club/matches/950830

So here's the game in which i played with a WHITE pieces:

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+ one more game/win from this match:

Team Islas Malvinas vs United Universe: https://www.chess.com/club/matches/950654

So in this game i played (Scandinavian) with a BLACK pieces:

dadoom

but in this game i'm so deeply doomed... i played with a WHITE pieces: